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  LoveHKFilm.com Reader Polls - Polls 241-270  
 
 
 
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Poll #270: What do you think about the results for the 25th Hong Kong Film Awards? Do you agree or disagree with the results?
Posted April 10th, 2006
Total votes: 334

  • Mostly agree. (138) 41%
  • Partially agree. (115) 34%
  • Absolutely agree. (33) 10%
  • Absolutely don't agree. (27) 8%
  • Mostly don't agree. (21) 6%
 

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Poll #269: It's an old rumor, but supposedly there will be a PanAsian remake of A Better Tomorrow. Reportedly, Jang Dong-Gun will take on the Ti Lung role, Louis Koo will take on the Chow Yun-Fat role, and Rain will fill Leslie Cheung's shoes. What do you think of this idea?
Posted April 10th, 2006
Total votes: 535

  • No!!!! It will be a nightmare. (201) 38%
  • A bad idea, but I'm intrigued. (96) 18%
  • Ehh...it could be okay. (95) 18%
  • Better Tomorrow? What's that? (44) 8%
  • Awesome! I'm there! (58) 11%
  • Don't care. (41) 8%
 

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Poll #268: Alex Fong Lik-Sun just starred in two Hong Kong theatrical releases. Is he leading man material, or weak sauce for today's watered-down Hong Kong Cinema?
Posted March 28th, 2006
Total votes: 418

  • Weak sauce (238) 57%
  • Unclear...he still has potential (97) 23%
  • He's better than Chapman To (56) 13%
  • Leading man material (27) 6%
 

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Poll #267: What do you think about Stephy Tang as an actress? Just a cute face or has she got talent?
Posted March 28th, 2006
Total votes: 393

  • Why are there so many options? (98) 25%
  • Looks...no idea on talent (88) 22%
  • No talent, no looks (75) 19%
  • Looks but no talent (57) 15%
  • Looks and talent (42) 11%
  • No looks...no idea on talent (22) 6%
  • Talent, but no looks (11) 3%
 

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Poll #266: Which of the following 2006 Hong Kong movies are you most looking forward to?
Posted March 14th, 2006
Total votes: 450

  • Dragon Tiger Gate (111) 25%
  • Election 2 (95) 21%
  • City of Golden Armor (76) 17%
  • Project BB (51) 11%
  • Exiled (50) 11%
  • Isabella (30) 7%
  • Battle of Wits (24) 5%
  • Postmodern Life of My Aunt (13) 3%
 

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Poll #265: Assuming the recent spate of YesAsia.com-sponsored DVD giveaways continue, what would you like to see offered as prizes?
Posted March 14th, 2006
Total votes: 311

  • Doesn't matter, because I won't win (72) 23%
  • New Hong Kong movies (64) 21%
  • Classic box sets and special editions (61) 20%
  • Doesn't matter, just keep it up (59) 19%
  • New Korean movies (27) 9%
  • Cantopop/Kpop/Jpop (13) 4%
  • New Japanese movies (11) 4%
  • Soundtracks (4) 1%
 

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Poll #264: What do you think about the overwhelming positive reaction to SPL?
Posted January 31st, 2006
Total votes: 519

  • Dead on. SPL is a great movie. (184) 35%
  • It's good, but a little overrated. (158) 30%
  • I still haven't seen SPL, but I will. (88) 17%
  • Highly overrated. It's only ok. (52) 10%
  • I have no interest in seeing SPL. (27) 5%
  • The buzz is wrong. SPL sucks. (10) 2%
 

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Poll #263: Assuming that Jet Li no longer makes Martial Arts or Action Films, what types of movies would you like to see him in?
Posted January 31st, 2006
Total votes: 496

  • Nothing at all (105) 21%
  • Suspense thrillers (92) 19%
  • Comedies (68) 14%
  • Wacky Wong Jing movies (66) 13%
  • Dramas (53) 11%
  • Romantic films (28) 6%
  • Science Fiction movies (21) 4%
  • Family films (20) 4%
  • Instructional videos (16) 3%
  • Exploitation (14) 3%
  • Horror movies (13) 3%
 

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Poll #262: Ekin Cheng and Gigi Leung have broken up after nearly eight years. How do you feel about this?
Posted January 16th, 2006
Total votes: 673

  • It's their business, not ours. (294) 44%
  • This would make a good movie. (164) 24%
  • Yay! About time! (80) 12%
  • I am heartbroken. (60) 9%
  • I blame Ekin. (49) 7%
  • I blame Gigi. (26) 4%
 

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Poll #261: What's your outlook for HK Cinema in 2006?
Posted January 16th, 2006
Total votes: 482

  • Ok, slightly better than 2005. (157) 33%
  • About the same as 2005. (152) 32%
  • A vast improvement on 2005. (80) 17%
  • It'll be one of the best years ever. (37) 8%
  • Worse than 2005. (35) 7%
  • I will not watch HK Cinema in 2006. (21) 4%
 

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Poll #260: Given everything that you know, how do you think it went for Hong Kong Cinema in 2005?
Posted December 27th, 2005
Total votes: 582

  • An average year. (219) 38%
  • Worse than expected. (142) 24%
  • Not too bad. Better than expected. (107) 18%
  • A total failure. HK Cinema is done. (47) 8%
  • I didn't see any 2005 HK movies. (36) 6%
  • A great year for HK Cinema! (31) 5%
 

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Poll #259: Hollywood has long been remaking its own films. Should the Hong Kong film industry remake old Hong Kong films to jumpstart the cinema?
Posted December 27th, 2005
Total votes: 676

  • No, do something original. (199) 29%
  • Don't care as long as they're good. (314) 46%
  • Yes, sounds like a good idea. (124) 18%
  • Nothing can save HK Cinema. (39) 6%
 

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Poll #258: Are you still excited about Asian Horror?
Posted December 12th, 2005
Total votes: 511

  • No. It all seems the same now. (120) 23%
  • I don't like horror films. (114) 22%
  • Yes. It's still more good than bad. (83) 16%
  • Yes! If they make it, I'll watch it. (69) 14%
  • No. It was never that good. (64) 13%
  • Bug Me Not! was the scariest film ever. (61) 12%
 

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Poll #257: LoveHKFilm.com has received an inordinate amount of hate mail recently. What should we do about it?
Posted December 12th, 2005
Total votes: 551

  • Post it on the site. (143) 26%
  • Get a good laugh then trash it. (106) 19%
  • Blame George Bush. (90) 16%
  • Ignore it. (75) 14%
  • Work harder to annoy the haters. (73) 13%
  • Post it on the forum. (35) 6%
  • Take it seriously. (23) 4%
  • Overreact and close the site. (6) 1%
 

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Poll #256: Reportedly, EEG may break up the Twins. Which of the following statements echoes your immediate feelings? You may select more than one answer.
Posted December 5th, 2005
Total votes: 1970

  • What? Nooooooo! (212) 11%
  • Must be a slow news week. (185) 9%
  • Ehhh. Don't really care. (182) 9%
  • This is just a publicity stunt. (159) 8%
  • I blame Ekin Cheng. (157) 8%
  • I'm hungry. (141) 7%
  • I wish them both equal success! (128) 6%
  • This will improve Hong Kong movies. (109) 6%
  • I hope Gillian has a better career. (109) 6%
  • Don't worry; it won't happen. (105) 5%
  • Woohoo! About time! (103) 5%
  • I hope Charlene has a better career. (93) 5%
  • I hope they make a Twins Effect 3 first. (71) 4%
  • I hope they both tank after this. (65) 3%
  • I blame Japan. (47) 2%
  • I blame society. (46) 2%
  • I blame China. (37) 2%
  • This will ruin Hong Kong movies. (21) 1%
 

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Poll #255: Aaron Kwok just won a Golden Horse Award for Best Actor for his performance in Divergence. Reportedly, 10 of the 11 judges voted for him. How do you explain this turn of events?
Posted November 21st 2005
Total votes: 557

  • The judges were bought. (165) 30%
  • Kwok deserved the award. (122) 22%
  • He had no competition. (107) 19%
  • Divine Intervention (87) 16%
  • Two words: Butterfly Ballot (76) 14%
 

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Poll #254: Zhang Ziyi has come under fire from some Chinese, who state that she shouldn't be portraying a Japanese person in the forthcoming Memoirs of a Geisha. The basis for this opinion has to do with the long-standing Japanese-Chinese tensions, plus the notion that Ms. Zhang is "demeaning" the Chinese people by playing a Geisha. Are the naysayers right?
Posted November 21st 2005
Total votes: 699

  • No, she should do what she wants. (331) 47%
  • Who cares? She's hot! (179) 26%
  • Yes, she should be sensitive to others. (123) 18%
  • I am unqualified to answer this. (66) 9%
 

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Poll #253: Which of the following Christmas HK movies are you most looking forward to?
Posted November 7th 2005
Total votes: 456

  • SPL (166) 36%
  • The Promise (79) 17%
  • Perhaps Love (74) 16%
  • A Chinese Tall Story (54) 12%
  • Dragon Squad (52) 11%
  • Chicken Little (Cantonese-dubbed) (31) 7%
 

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Poll #252: The trailer for Chen Kaige's The Promise is here. How does it look to you?
Posted November 7th 2005
Total votes: 375

  • Wow! Looks great! (140) 37%
  • Looks okay...we'll see. (79) 21%
  • Looks iffy...I'm getting bad vibes. (61) 16%
  • It looks like crap. (48) 13%
  • My computer sucks; can't see it. (47) 13%
 

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Poll #251: The 2005 Golden Horse nominations were announced, and Jackie Chan (The Myth), Sammi Cheng (Everlasting Regret), and Andy Lau (World Without Thieves, Wait 'Til You're Older, All About Love) received no nominations. Who was shafted the most?
Posted October 24th, 2005
Total votes: 583

  • Andy Lau (280) 48%
  • None of them deserved nominations. (147) 25%
  • Jackie Chan (78) 13%
  • Sammi Cheng (78) 13%
 

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Poll #250: Reportedly, Jackie Chan, Sammo Hung, and Yuen Biao will reteam on a new movie about three thieves who steal a baby. If it happens, this will mark the first time the "Three Brothers" have worked together since 1998's Dragon's Forever. What do you think?
Posted October 24th, 2005
Total votes: 563

  • Woohoo! About time! (267) 47%
  • I would be excited...if it were 1995. (154) 27%
  • Never cared, still don't. (64) 11%
  • I luv Tony Jaa. (42) 7%
  • Don't worry, the project will die. (36) 6%
 

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Poll #249: Andy Lau says that a film starring the 5 biggest Chinese stars - himself, Chow Yun-Fat, Stephen Chow, Jackie Chan, and Tony Leung Chiu-Wai - would be a fabulous idea, and could possible be the biggest Asian film ever. What do you think?
Posted October 10th, 2005
Total votes: 904

  • Awesome! Make that movie NOW! (324) 36%
  • It could be okay, if done properly. (303) 34%
  • Bad idea. Too many big stars. (134) 15%
  • Those 5 are not the biggest stars. (54) 6%
  • Andy Lau should just stick to acting. (51) 6%
  • Where's Leon Lai on the list? (38) 4%
 

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Poll #248: Jackie Chan recently blasted the Hong Kong film industry for not being united, and claimed he would retire soon. Tony Leung Chiu-Wai reportedly criticized Jackie for his comments, saying that Jackie isn't all that. Whaddya think?
Posted October 10th, 2005
Total votes: 797

  • I weep for the future of HK Cinema. (212) 27%
  • Tony is right. Jackie should shut up. (185) 23%
  • Shut up both of you. You're actors. (164) 21%
  • Can't we all get along? (142) 18%
  • Jackie Chan is right! You go, Jackie! (94) 12%
 

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Poll #247: Karena Lam is playing ugly in October's Home Sweet Home, and Charlene Choi gets grotesque for the Christmas release, A Chinese Tall Story. Which of the following actresses would you most like to see get ugly on film?
Posted September 27th, 2005
Total votes: 531

  • Ekin Cheng (186) 35%
  • Gillian Chung (82) 15%
  • Shu Qi (81) 15%
  • Sammi Cheng (39) 7%
  • Michelle Reis (37) 7%
  • Kelly Chen (36) 7%
  • Isabella Leong (27) 5%
  • Miriam Yeung (15) 3%
  • Gigi Leung (11) 2%
  • Angelica Lee (9) 2%
  • Charlie Young (8) 2%
 

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Poll #246: Should LoveHKFilm.com's reviews be more concerned with quality or quantity?
Posted September 27th, 2005
Total votes: 452

  • A balance of the two. (229) 51%
  • Quality. (184) 41%
  • Quantity. (39) 9%
 

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Poll #245: Should LoveHKFilm.com continue to feature joke answers on its polls?
Posted September 27th, 2005
Total votes: 371

  • Yes, please keep them. (321) 87%
  • No, get rid of them. (50) 13%
 

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Poll #244: The future of Hong Kong Cinema belongs to...
Posted September 13th, 2005
Total votes: 345

  • ...Stephen Fung Tak-Lun (101) 29%
  • ...Edmond Pang Ho-Cheung (85) 25%
  • ...Quentin Tarantino (79) 23%
  • ...Wong Ching-Po (26) 8%
  • ...Barbara Wong Chun-Chun (13) 4%
  • ...Law Chi-Leung (11) 3%
  • ...Soi Cheang Pou-Soi (11) 3%
  • ...Riley Yip Kam-Hung (10) 3%
  • ...Yan Yan Mak (5) 1%
  • ...Kenneth Bi (4) 1%
  • ...Carol Lai Miu-Suet (0) 0%
 

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Poll #243: Isabella Leong is...
Posted September 13th, 2005
Total votes: 422

  • ...the first Isabella Leong. (126) 30%
  • ...my future wife. (125) 30%
  • ...the next Chapman To. (71) 17%
  • ...the next Joey Yung. (25) 6%
  • ...the next Gigi Leung. (18) 4%
  • ...the next Charlene Choi. (16) 4%
  • ...the next Karena Lam. (13) 3%
  • ...the next Gillian Chung. (11) 3%
  • ...the next Miriam Yeung. (10) 2%
  • ...the next Charlie Young. (7) 2%
 

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Poll #242: Tony Jaa is...
Posted August 29th, 2005
Total votes: 691

  • ...the new Coke. (188) 27%
  • ...the new Jackie Chan. (128) 19%
  • ...the new Bruce Lee. (105) 15%
  • ...the new Jet Li. (94) 14%
  • ...the new Van Damme. (87) 13%
  • ...the new Donnie Yen. (52) 8%
  • ...the new Yuen Biao. (37) 5%
 

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Poll #241: Reportedly Anthony Wong will be working on a Hollywood film. How do you feel about this?
Posted August 29th, 2005

Total votes: 650

  • So-so. I hope the movie is good. (171) 26%
  • Great! It'll be awesome! (170) 26%
  • Sigh. HK Cinema loses another one. (153) 24%
  • Awful. He should stay in HK. (94) 14%
  • Don't care at all. (62) 10%
 
 
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