Far from its glory days, Victory Football Club is now facing bankruptcy and only the players who have problems are left behind. Despite the hardship, they try their best hoping to get through the football season and raise fund to avoid being dismissed. In their time of desperation, a middle-aged, unsuccessful salesman sees this as an opportunity to redeem himself — by turn the players into commercial stars on the field!
The group of young people in Psychic Park all have supernatural powers: Moon (Isabella Leung) can communicate with insects; Hyland (Berlin Chen) has "pushing" powers; Idol Sasako (Charlene Choi) can fly; Auntie (Gillian Chung) is perpetually youthful; and there's the ladybug with only one dot, Cootchie. After one major disaster, it seems that no amount of supernatural powers in the world can save the day. We never thought that the most magical force in the world is the love and courage inside each one of us!
In the ancient land of Huadu, ruthless Empress (Qu Ying) and her chief eunuch, Chiu Ngai (Daniel Wu), live in fear of a prophecy saying that a boy shall rise to become Emperor. To prevent this, the empress sends out her warriors to kill any child who fulfils the prediction... Char (Jaycee Chan), is the humble boy born to be Emperor. He and his adopted brother Coal (Chen Po-lin) perform in a traveling show run by their foster father Blackwood (Tony Leung Ka-fai). Their friend Tao (Edison Chen) gives them a stone with a treasure map engraved upon it. The pair set out on an epic journey to find fortune and glory. They are joined on their odyssey by two fierce warrior women, Blue (Gillian Chung) and Spring (Charlene Choi), and together, they survive a series of challenges.
As each character tries to solve present-day problems by reconciling perceived failures in past events, they discover that what they considered to be major sticking points in their personal histories either do not figure into the affected parties' lives as much as they thought they did, or are recollected in a very different way.
Produced by Johnnie To, this criminal thriller focuses on Hong Kong's three notorious thieves who have never met one another but is rumor to be joining forces to pull off something big before the Handover.
A cop, while on vacation in Okinawa, recognizes a man as one of the top most-wanted criminals and decides to go undercover and work with the expert thief for the chance to arrest him. However, while they're planning a bank heist, they both fall for the same girl, and things begin to get complicated...
The movie is set in the Kinta Valley in the 1880s, when tin ore was discovered in the area and Chinese immigrants flooded the valley in the hope of making their fortune. A story of brotherhood which turns from love to hate, loyal to betrayal, sees how they struggle to overcome the truth when personal revenge is greater than anything above. Blood, sweat and tears is the agenda here. It's an eye for an eye where brother fights brother in the survival of the fittest. Two worlds collide in an epic struggle where love has no place. Master Hoong (Patrick Teoh) of He De Paddock consolidates his domination of the Southern Ocean by teaming up with a mysterious secret society to suppress struggling miners. A band of individuals, including Tiger (Michael Chin), Ace (Kuan Fei Jun) and Blaze (David Bao), unite under the leadership of charismatic Dragon (Robin Ho) and wise elder Tin Sok (Albert Yuen), to take on their oppressors. In the fight for justice, a heroic battle of earth shaking proportions ensues...
When social unrest plagues a Kingdom in ancient China, the Imperial Court collects stockpiles of gold from local governments to expand the royal army. However, the gold is robbed while in transport. In a desperate move to retrieve the stolen treasure, elite royal guards are sent on a mission to go after the gold but soon find out they are not the only ones in pursuit of it.
Chau stars as cold-blooded, disfigured killer Kit, who begins to experience feelings he's never had before when he meets compensated dater Ting Ting (Liddy Li). The two develop a twisted relationship that's part familial and part romantic. When Ting Ting is ostensibly kidnapped, Kit goes through hell to try to get her back, but is the situation really what it seems?
There are pretty much triad films in Hong Kong, but Sylvia Chang brings new heart to the genre with her latest directorial effort Run Papa Run. Sylvia Chang ventures into the male-centric world of triads and fatherhood, and the result is one of the best Hong Kong films of 2008.
Sequel to the hit fantasy comedy franchise A Chinese Odyssey loosely based on Journey to the West, starring Tiffany Tang as Zixia, who travels back to the past in order to prevent the tragedy brought by the battle and the budding love between the Monkey King and her.