Xiao Ming, who has grown up lacking the care and love from his separated parents, invites his friends to his house for a party. But by bragging about how rich his family is, he unwittingly attracts two thieves in this hilarious comedy.
Qiao Shan, Xu Jun Cong, Fei Wei Ni, Lu Ye, Luo Jia, Zhang Rui Yu
Fruit Chan weaves a multi-layered, multi-decade romantic suspense in his latest film Kill Time, based on a novel by Cai Jun. Starring Angelababy and Ethan Ruan, the atmospheric drama wraps a murder mystery within a bittersweet romance that echoes the love and loss of two generations.
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.
Fan Bingbing, Zhang Jiayi, Yu Hewei, Dong Chengpeng, Guo Tao
After his marriage proposal is rejected, a wine company executive flees to Paris, where broken hearts go to heal. There he shares a flat with a psychopathic artist, who is also heartbroken from a break-up. Can the two of them let go of the past, learn to love again and find their soulmates in this beautiful, romantic city?
Police Story 2 picks up where the first one left off and Jackie Chan reenacts his role as the unsung, intrepid cop, Chan Ka-Kui. Despite his one-man effort in nabbing the bad guys in the first film, all Ka-Kui earns is a humiliating demotion to traffic duty, not to mention constant harassment from the vengeful mobster he puts out of business. He decides to take a vacation with his girlfriend May (by Maggie Cheung). However, when terrorists threaten Hong Kong, he has to abort his vacation plans and track down the suspects. During the process, May becomes their kidnap target. Ka-Kui confronts his adversaries to save his girl - and the day. Police Story 2 gives the audience top-notch stunt works, intricate fight scenes, and a touch of comedy here and there. Again, Chan is magic on the screen. Another gem for Hong Kong cinephiles and action lovers addicted to Chan's charm and screen gymnastics.
A Chinese student travels to Prague and begins a journey of self-discovery in this romantic-drama starring Kris Wu from the Korean boy band EXO and topping the box-office charts in its first six days of release in China.
Kris Wu, Wang Li Kun, Reyizha Alimjan, Juck Zhang, Xu Jing Lei
Starring Ruby Lin and Simon Yam, this horror-drama takes place in the voluptuous and charming Shanghai in the 1930s. Set in a haunted theatre, the vengeful spirits of a tragically-trapped performance troupe murdered in a fire 13 years ago waits for the once-grand palatial playhouse to re-open with a new show...and bring new victims.
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.
SDU is an elite paramilitary tactical unit of the Hong Kong Police Force and is considered one of the world's finest in its role. But being the best carries its own burdens. Like everyone else, they go through troubles with love, with family and with their jobs. And sometimes they get horny. This touching story is about Special Duties Unit Team B and their trip to Macau for a weekend of unadulterated debauchery.