“Bodyguards and Assassins” DVD Giveaway [ENDED]


“Bodyguards and Assassins” will be released on DVD on July 26th, 2011, MovieMikes would like to giveaway THREE COPIES of this film on DVD. If you would like one of these, please leave us a comment below or send us an email and let us know you about your favorite Kung Fu movie. This giveaway will be open until Tuesday July 26th at Noon, Eastern Time. Once the giveaway ends, Movie Mikes will randomly pick out winners and alert the winners via email.

5 hours. 13 blocks. To Save a Nation’s Future
They Must Protect One Man From its Past

Winner of 8 Hong Kong Film Festival Awards including Best Film and
Starring Martial Arts Superstar Donnie Yen

“Bodyguards And Assassins” releases on DVD July 26th

(Los Angeles, CA) – Indomina Releasing proudly announces that its debut home entertainment release, BODYGUARDS AND ASSASSINS, (Best Film Award, Hong Kong Film Festival), will be available on DVD July 26th. BODYGUARDS AND ASSASSINS tells the story of a motley group of ordinary men turned revolutionaries in an epic, action-packed, historical drama. Teddy Chen (Twenty Something, Purple Storm, The Accidental Spy,) directs and global superstar Donnie Yen (Blade II, Hero, Ip Man) stars in BODYGUARDS AND ASSASSINS, available on DVD at an SRP of $19.97 and is distributed through Vivendi Entertainment.

Sun Yat-sen is on the verge of merging the provinces to rise up against the Qing Dynasty. A secret planning meeting in the city of Victoria is set to take place, but it will all be for naught if they can’t get him in and out of the city in one piece. Word of his presence in the British Colony of Hong Kong, brings with it a trove of assassins with only an order to make sure he does not leave the city alive. The bodyguards work together knowing there isn’t freedom without sacrifice.

The motley crew of bodyguards includes Cantopop superstar Leon Lai (Seven Swords) as the opium addict trying to redeem himself from a family shame; Wang Xueqi (Warriors of Heaven and Earth) as the Tycoon, a secret sponsor of the revolution who is suddenly asked to compromise way beyond his comfort zone; Teen idol Nicholas Tse (The Medallion, Storm Warriors) as the rickshaw driver, a humble man following his heart and love for the family he serves; Tony Kai-fe Leung (L’Amant, The Missing) as the Revolutionary, who strives to protect Sun Yat-sen at all costs. Also featured, is former NBA player (Raptor’s, Spurs and Nuggets) Mengke Bateer as the honorable Tofu Vendor who uses his towering size and fighting skills to take on the highly trained assassins, led by Hu Jun (Red Cliff).

The epic film took ten years to complete (Documented in the film “Documentary Hell.”) including the construction of the biggest 1:1 scale set of Hong Kong ever built. Sun Yat-sen is known as the Founding Father of the Chinese Republic, and the main catalyst for the Xinhai Revolution of 1911 which saw the overthrow of the Qing Dynasty, the last imperial dynasty in China.

Donnie Yen (Blade II, IP Man, Hero) and MMA fighter Cung Le star in this gripping martial arts blockbuster set in the bustling metropolis of Hong Kong in 1905. The revolutionary movement has spread throughout China, but the corrupt Qing dynasty will do anything to hold on to its power. As Sun Yat-Sen prepares for a historic meeting that will shape the future of the country, a motley crew of men and women are entrusted to protect him from a group of deadly assassins who will stop at nothing to kill him. Winner of eight Hong Kong Film Awards, including Best Film, and featuring an hour-long battle sequence unlike anything attempted before, it’s a pivotal action epic that’s being hailed as “a satisfying mix of politics, personal sacrifice and death-or glory combat” (Richard Kuipers, Variety).

“Willy Wonka and The Chocolate Factory” Interview Series

“Willy Wonka and The Chocolate Factory” was one of my favorite films growing up (and still is today).  There is just something about this film that is so special and you can tell with certain movies how they get passed down generation to generation.  It is surely a film that will never been forgotten.

2011 is a very special year for the film as it is the 40th anniversary.  I wanted a chance to interview the cast and director from the film and get a chance to discuss the film with them.  Not only did I have an amazing time doing so but also I made a few friends a long the way.  I really hope you enjoy these interviews.  We are still hoping to add a few more to this list…so stay tuned!


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