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Description A unique pairing of two stunning shades- metallic rose mist and golden champagne the Nars Shanghai Lily Spring 2008 Collection - Duo Eyeshadow Alhambra is beautifully modern and soft for a delicate. f... more

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Description John Cusack stars in this noir-like tale of espionage and double-dealing set in 1940s Shanghai. Paul Soames (Cusack) is a US Naval Intelligence agent who travels to Shanghai to investigate the death o... more

Description Boys Adventure story. Coloured dust sheet with title and authors name on the spine and front. Blue cloth boards with decoration in silver gilt. Pages slightly loose from the spine. Foxing throughout t... more

Description When she boards the express train to Shanghai notorious adventuress and seductress Shanghai Lily (Marlene Dietrich) finds herself reunited with medical corps officer Captain Donald Harvey (Clive Brook... more

Description Classic 1940s noir drama directed by Josef Von Sternberg. Dragon-lady Gin Sling (Ona Munson) is being forced to leave her Shanghai casino by rich capitalist Sir Guy Charteris (Walter Huston). After ha... more

Description From director Mikael Hafstrom, comes the epic espionage thriller Shanghai staring John Cusack (1408) and international superstars Gong Li (Miami Vice, Memoirs of a Geisha) and Ken Watanabe (Letters fr... more

Description From director Mikael Hafstrom, comes the epic espionage thriller Shanghai staring John Cusack (1408) and international superstars Gong Li (Miami Vice, Memoirs of a Geisha) and Ken Watanabe (Letters fr... more

Description Chon (Jackie Chan) leaves his honourable life as sheriff of Carson City when his sister brings news of his estranged father's murder. On a daring quest for honour and revenge Chon reunites with Roy (O... more

Description Screwball adventure comedy. In 1937 China selfless missionary Gloria Tatlock (Madonna) asks con-artist fortune hunter Glendon Wasey (Sean Penn) to steal a hidden cache of opium so she can use it to ea... more

Description Hong Kong action hero Jackie Chan is Chinese Imperial Guard Chon Wang sent to the wild west rescue the kidnapped Princess Pei Pei (Lucy Liu). Here he teams up with the very laid-back cowboy Roy O'Bann... more

Description Romantic comedy starring Ken Leung and Hayden Panettiere. Liam Liu (Leung) is a struggling Chinese-American actor who is feeling rather conflicted about his deep yet platonic friendship with high scho... more

Description Gene Tierney stars as Poppy a girl doomed by her love of life and laughter. The background and setting of this film successfully evokes a bygone east with its colonial traces. Walter Huston Ably plays... more

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Fast, smooth, pollution-free at source, cheap for what it is.

Terminus at Shanghai end not very useful

...OK, I admit it - I?m a bit of a train buff; anything from museum pieces to the latest and fastest. On a recent holiday to China, I stayed in Shanghai for a few days, and although we were scheduled to come home from there, it wasn?t as a means of getting to the Pu Dong International Airport that I rode on the Airport ?Maglev? Shuttle. I just did it for the hell of it, a brash act tempered by...

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“Shanghai Surprise?”

published 06/12/2003

Wilson's Wit and Chan's high kicks

A plodding and cliched plot

...Shanghai Surprise? Well no not really. Shanghai Noon has an enormous advantage over its sequel, everyone expected it to be rubbish. Wilson?s wit teamed with Chan?s physical dexterity and choreographed ingenuity made for a pleasant surprise. The trouble with Shanghai Knights is we expect it to be good, don?t get me wrong it?s not that it?s bad, it?s just OK. It?s unfortunate that there isn...

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Fascinating insight into Communist China

Won't appeal to many

...to return to their homes, but found themselves unable to do so. The Wu family is one such family. By the beginning of the 80s, daughter Qing Hong has grown up in the countryside and is settled there, but her father is anxious to return to his hometown of Shanghai along with his wife and son and daughter so that they can have a better life. Unfortunately, his wishes are not shared by the rest...

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