Michael (Louis Koo) may be Hong Kong's biggest movie star, but his equally famous fiancée is tired of living in the limelight. After she leaves him to live anonymously with her first love, an unglamorous coal miner, Michael finds himself repeatedly at the bottom of a bottle. Crushed, he drunkenly sleepwalks his way to Deep Woods Hotel, a quiet resort in Yunnan province. In fact, he's entered Shangri-La, a mythical Himalayan location bordered by mountains and thick forests, whose isolation and clean air suit his grieving process. The hotel's proprietress, Sue (Sammi Cheng), becomes a part of that process while dealing with her own loss. Seven years prior, Sue's husband Tian disappeared into the woods. She's so reluctant to move forward with life that she initially keeps one fact very close to her chest: she happens to be number “033" in Michael's fan club. Although it has a surprisingly meta-ending, a simple score and wide-angle shots of the rural utopia anchor director Johnnie To's high-concept romance. Both leads are legitimate superstars; Koo is one of Hong Kong's most beloved actors and Cheng is known as the “Cantopop Queen," with more than 80 albums spanning a 20-year-career.
Peter (Aaron Kwok) is a computer programmer who gets involved in a nasty computer virus war when his brother Greg (Ray Lui) is exposed as a CIA agent. After Greg is accused of threatening country's safety and killed, Peter starts to dig into the case to find out the truth. Meanwhile, Interpol agent Kelvin (Andrew Lin Hoi), Hong Kong cop Ronald (Francis Ng), Singaporean secret agent (James Lye), and even Greg's ex-girlfriend (Phyllis Quek) are all after Peter for the computer virus software left by Greg. Peter finds himself can trust no one but his best friend (Daniel Wu), who has been mysteriously protecting him...
Mint and May are sisters from a wig-making family, the two can't get along but were made to man the shop while their parents went out of town. Their nightmare came alive when May unknowingly acquired hair of a dead person...In a stranger's house with a dark history, two corpses lie peacefully, side by side... Tos is assigned to take care of Mike and Cherry - a couple killed in an accident just before their wedding. Their parents decide to keep their corpses, as the couple loved each other so much - and their parents still treating them as if they were still alive. With Tos spending all his time with the corpses, he soon falls in love with the dead, but beautiful Cherry… what will this twisted love leads too? In the middle of the night, the office is as deserted as a graveyard, strange things happen... Karan and Tee are owners of a company whose office is in building rumoured to be haunted. The two aren't scared, and actually enjoyed playing pranks on their staff who work late at night. But soon, the pranksters are no longer certain if the strange things that happened in the office are their game - or someone else's...
Female journalist Miaomiao Fang (Shanshan Yuan) accidentally snaps a photo of the top Korean star Zhun Hou (Park Chan Yeol) in a restroom of a night club and finds out his dark personal life. Zhun tries to protect his image and force Miaomiao's magazine to fire her. Now, despite losing her job and apartment, the intrepid young woman has taken on a new mission in life: Destroy Zhun at all costs.
On the surface, Teddy Yu (Anthony Wong) is a Chinese chiropractor and a widowed father. He claims to have a hidden life as a heroic bodyguard for retired secret agents. His son Nicky (Stephen Fung) and daughter Natalie (Gillian Chung) both learn the art of kung fu from him. One day, Rocco arrives asking Teddy for information on an ex-agent code-named Dragon but Teddy's lips are sealed. Rocco outnumbers Teddy with his four henchmen and kidnaps him. The children realize their father has been telling the truth after all! Would Nicky and Natalie be able to save their father as the time is rapidly running out...
In order to teach her daughter Jennifer a lesson, billionaire Mr. Fong hires Filipiono bodyguarddriver Mario to help execute his plan. After declaring sick and bankrupt, Fong sends Jennifer to the ghetto to start from zero. With the help of Mario Jennifer is able to survive the hardship and finally has her own business. While the two begin to have feelings to each other, Mr. Fong is found critically ill and Jennifer must take over her father's business. Will the romance between Jennifer and Mario end before it has started? A romantic comedy starring Lau Ching-Wan and Gigi Leung.
Tang monk Tripitaka (Nicholas Tse) and his three disciples - Sun Wukong (Chen Po-lm), Zhu Wuneng (Kenny Kwan), and Sha Wujing (Steven Cheung) arrive at Shache City. During their stay in the city, the three disciples are captured by the Root of All Evils. The Golden Pole intervenes and saves Tripitaka and the latter tries to find a way to save them. He meets a young lizard imp named Meiyan (Charlene Choi). Meiyan falls in love with Tripitaka at first sight and devotes herself to trailing him. In this journey, Tripitaka meets Princess Xiaoshan (Fan Bingbing), who promises to help him save his disciples. Meiyan helps the Princess defeat the enemy and rescue Tripitaka and his disciples. A benevolent Buddha is moved by her effort and pardons the two, on the condition that they embank on a journey to the west to accomplish the Eighty-One Tasks to redeem themselves as well as to save the world!
Legend has it that when two people meet at Lake Chrysanthemum, when the lake has dried up, they are destined to fall in love and stay together forever. This myth is put to the test when Kiki, the girl of everyone's dreams on campus, falls into the dried up Chrysanthemum Lake and is saved by university super nerd Wu Quan Shun.
After her mother was killed in a mission twenty years ago in Thailand, Fa (Eliza Sam) decides to join the police academy in Hong Kong were she meets 5 new friends. Failing to graduate, the six women are given the opportunity to join a formerly disbanded all-female elite force to hunt down terrorist Gu Zhi Jin, the man who killed Fa's mother. The group of female agents led by a friend of Fa's mother goes undercover in Malaysia in this action-comedy.
Featuring a star-studded cast including, Louis Koo, Daniel Woo, Gao Yuan-yuan, Miriam Yeung and Vic Chow, Don.t Go Breaking My Heart 2 tells the story of two former lovers irresistibly drawn back together, despite the fact that each of them is engaged to someone else.
An aging hoodlum who wants to go clean decides to invest his time and money in proper business by opening a tea-house. However, when the tea-house stands in the way of a development project supported by a rival gang who try to strong-arm everyone out of the development area, he must call upon his old gang to save his tea-house and the others in the project. Starring Anthony Chau-Sang Wong and Charlene Choi.
After Goddess Nuwa (Zhang Zilin) sacrifices herself to save the mortal world, the mischievous Monkey King (Donnie Yen) comes into being from one of her crystals. Powerful and uncontrollable, Monkey King challenges the Jade Emperor (Chow Yun Fat) and causes an uproar in heaven, unwittingly creating an opportunity for the wicked Buffalo Demon King (Aaron Kwok) to wage war in heaven.