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Saturday August 30, 2014 MYT 12:35:00 PM
Saturday August 30, 2014 MYT 12:50:28 PM
Catch classic A Better Tomorrow on Celestial Movies.
.... by dressing up as your favourite character. Or you can just watch some awesome Hong Kong films on TV.
Celestial Movies (Astro Ch 322) will be holding a month-long Hong Kong film celebration from Sept 8 to Oct 5.
I Love Hong Kong Movies (#iLoveHKmovies) will not just showcase your favourite Stephen Chow comedies and action-packed Jackie Chan flicks, but also recent blockbusters featuring stars like Donnie Yen and Nicholas Tse.
Every Saturday of the month at 7pm, you can catch iconic Hong Kong movies such as the great A Better Tomorrow and God Of Gamblers II. On Sunday nights at 9pm, don’t miss premiere blockbuster films like The Monkey King, The Fox Lover and The Constable.
Celestial Movies is also launching a #iLoveHKmovies contest. All you need to do is to take a picture of yourself posing as a memorable movie character from an iconic Hong Kong film. Post the photo on Celestial Movie’s Facebook page or on Instagram/Twitter – just remembert to use the #iLoveHKmovies hashtag.
The best weekly entry will win a Samsung Galaxy Grand II smartphone. Nine of the best photos will receive exclusive T-shirts and premiums. At the end of the contest period, one of the 40 weekly finalists will be selected to win a 40-inch Samsung LED Smart TV.
Wait, there’s more! Be a part of the #iLoveHKmovies roadshow on Sept 20–21 at Cheras Leisure Mall in Kuala Lumpur. There will be games, prizes to be won and the chance to meet Frankie Lee of The Journey fame.
To kick off this celebration, check out local YouTube sensation Joseph Germani’s specially produced video.
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