Movie Home Movies On Sale Action Chinese Movies Children's VCDs DVDs Chinese Comedy Movies Drama Movies Chinese Family Movies
Chinese Classic Movie DVDs Martial Arts Movies Sword Play Movies DVDs Chinese Thriller Chinese TV Dramas Chinese Opera DVDs VCDs Chinese Folklore Movies

Contact Us    Feedback

Miracles DVD

Mandarin and/or Cantonese Multilingual DVDs

Hong Kong Movie

Martial Arts Drama

 122 Minutes


What is Multi-Lingual DVDs?


Miracles (1989)


Director: Jackie Chan

Starring: Jackie Chan, Anita Mui

Many consider Miracles to be Jackie's best movie. Stunning in every department, Miracles established Chan as a great director in addition to his already proven acting and martial arts abilities.

In this film, Jackie Chan is a good-hearted, down-at-heel youngster who finds himself in the wrong place at the right time. Overnight, he finds himself heading one of the biggest Triads in Hong Kong. Chan's basic decency sees him put his new power to good use.

This is one of the most elegantly executed Chan's films, which manages to combines superb camera work with his trademark fast-paced action antics. There aren't as many action sequences in this film. In fact, Jackie originally didn't want fighting scenes. However, realizing his fans would expect action, Chan brilliantly intertwined three incredible action pieces, the best being the final at a rope factory.

Throughout the 1980s, Chan was blasted by critics as someone who's only talent was directing and starring in lighthearted action films with little plot and substance. Chan took this criticism personally, creating Miracles, which was based on Frank Capra's "Pocketful of Miracles."

DVD: List Price: US $27.95

Sale Price: US$10.95

Language: Cantonese / Mandarin

Subtitle: English / Traditional Chinese / Simplified Chinese / Japanese / Korean / Thai / Vietnamese / Spanish

All Regions (Can be played on any DVD player in the world)

Letter Box

Rating: I - Suitable for all audiences (roughly equal to an MPPA rating of "G" or "PG") Films rated Category I contain nothing most parents will consider offensive for their children to see or hear. Nudity, drug use, explicit language, violence and adult situations are largely absent, and if present are seen only briefly and at a moderate level.