Li Xuelian and her husband Qin Yuhe stage a fake divorce to secure a second apartment in the city reserved by the government for single people. Qin remarries six months later - as agreed - but to a different woman. Furious and refused to fail, Li takes on the legal system again and again.
Jiang Shun, a man with an IQ level of a preschooler, one day finds an abandoned baby. He decides to adopt her and names her Jiang Chong Ming, meaning clever. As Chong Ming grows up, she indeed grows to be a smart and clever girl who protects her father from being bullied by the village kids. But when Chong Ming reaches adolescence and starts to discover romance, she starts feeling that her father`s existence is a burden.
Taipei, late Dec 2012. The city is going through an unprecedented winter heatwave, with temperatures in the 30s. Eight-year-old Tiger lives with his divorced mother, Cao Yi, 36, who is struggling to make ends meet with her job as a magazine editor and reduced alimony payments from her ex-husband. Tiger, who has a hyper-active imagination and sees his mother as a run-down robot who needs a new model, is not very bright at school and worries his art teacher with the dark pictures he draws in class.
In 2004, 10 months after the murder of Yan (Tony Leung Chiu-wai), Ming (Andy Lau) is transferred to do the office work. Meanwhile, a new star Wing (Leon Lai) has emerged in the police force. Ming suspects he is also a mole sent by the triad. Three years ago, Yan's first big mission was to build up a smuggling network with Shen (Chen Dao-ming), a mysterious businessman from China. Actually, Yan's was out of control and he was forced to see psychologist Dr Lee (Kelly Chen), but he gradually developed a special friendship with her.
Yan, Le (Tien You Chi) and Xing (Chor-yiu Kwan) are three best friends since they were kids. They haven't met each other after Yan moved to another country. Twenty years later the three men are re-united through Facebook, and found themselves having gone very different ways. Yan, now a leading financial analyst, falls in love with a politician’s wife. Le, a poor college lecturer, found his real father whom he never met, with the help of his student lover. And Xing, a stylist who vows to say goodbye to his deprived past, engages in a relationship with a rich divorcee. The movie reveals how people value commitment in modern society, and explores controversial issues that most local films rarely touch.
Derek (Stanley Huang), a managing director of an investment bank, is a little bit anxious recently. The A corporation he serves for is now planning to merge B corporation. The problem is, however, his ex-girlfriend Amy (Xu Jinglei) works as a financial consultant in B. Half a year ago, after falling in love with each other about seven years, a serious crisis broke out. Derek devoted himself into work too much. As a result, Amy couldn't bear this after being ignored for too long and did breaking up impulsively. She even jobhopped to another investment bank. "Being together for no more than 28 days in a year, 365 days. Even so, he is also working and calling." When meeting again, they competes fiercely and both tries to defeat the other. They are persons who know the other one best, thus the most troublesome opponents to each. At the same time, they begin to open their hearts to each other again gradually. One night in Chengdu, China, they finally pour out their love and face it sincerely.
As a well-known tycoon, Lin Te's (starring Sun Hong Lei) wedding day is approaching, he is suddenly shocked by the tragic death of his bride in an underground parking garage. Police have arrested a suspect, Lin's daughter-Lin Mengmeng who becomes the defendant in the court. Lin spares no expense to hire a noted female lawyer, Zhou Li (starring Yu Nan) to defend his daughter against the allegations. The prosecution, Tong Tao (starring Aaron Kwok) is a shrewd lawyer with a talent for uncovering paper trails of fraud. Zhou and Tong will be starting a spirited dispute between prosecution and defense in the court. With the deepening of cross-examination of the witnesses and defendant, this unusual case is getting quite suspicious and throwing both lawyers into confusion...
Actor Stephen Fung's directorial debut Enter The Phoenix mixes traditional Mafia topics complete with shades of black humour. It also deals openly with gay relationships and with the love of father-and-son. Living with his friend Georgie (Daniel Wu), Sam (Eason Chan) is mistaken as the new heir of the wealthy Hong family. Clever enough to take advantage of his new found fortune he soon falls in love with the daughter (Karen Mok) of the Hong family's biggest competitor. So, who would finally be the new heir to lead the mob, Georgie or Sam?
Chi-yi is a veteran cop, who values his own safety more than anything else and is therefore infamous for his cowardice and poor efficiency at work. Yi-ping, on the other hand, is just graduated from the police academy and is more than ready to prove herself regardless of any risks. Daughter of the head of the National Policy Agency, Yi-ping is secretly kept away from danger by being appointed to team up with Chi-yi. Starting from a seemingly pointless case of a puppy's accidental death, from eating chocolate, the essentially incompatible pair unexpectedly digs up the clues to a series of mysterious deaths.