Casey (Venus Wong) had her heart broken by her high school boyfriend, Elton (Edward Ma). Three years later, Casey now much choose between the perfect guy, Adam (Jason Fu) and Elton as the truth behind Elton's betrayal is revealed.
MING (Andy Lau) is a mole in the police department. On the command of his Triad boss SAM (Eric Tsang), he became a cop when he was merely 18. After a decade of hard work, he has become a police sergeant in the Criminal Intelligence Bureau. With the help of Sam who tips him off with intelligence of his Triad rivals, Ming manages to earn kudos from his superiors. After passing a recent examination with flying colors, he has high hope of being promoted to probationary inspector. YAN (Tony Leung) is a police mole in the Triads. Recruited before he even graduated from the police academy, he was initiated into the Triads as a teenaged underling. During his decade as an undercover, he has been convicted eight times of causing bodily harm to others, jailed twice, and sentenced to compulsory psychological counseling. As a Red Pole, or enforcer, his immediate boss is none other than Sam. Leading parallel lives, Ming and Yan are feeling increasingly trapped in their false surroundings. Wobbling in the inferno between the living and the dead, they are desperate to find a way out. Ming would like to sever all ties with his illegal past and become a real cop. To do so would mean the elimination of Sam. Yan is sick and tired of chopping people up in the name of justice, and is striving to regain his real identity. Only one person can help him: SUPERINTENDENT WONG (Anthony Wong), the man who recruited him as an undercover. Their curious paths finally cross each other one fateful evening. During a police attempt to topple Sam's illegal operations, both sides realize there's a mole amongst themselves. A series of cat-and-mouse chases ensue, as each side is competing to uncover their mole first. To make things even more chaotic, Ming is finally promoted to probationary inspector and is transferred to Internal Affairs. His first assignment is to uncover Sam's mole in the police department...
Andy Lau, Tony Leung Chiu Wai, Eric Tsang, Anthony Wong, Gordon Lam, Kelly Chen, Sammi Cheng, Elva Hsiao, Chapman To, Edison Chen, Shawn Yue
Set in a small fishing village in Pulau Ketam, this coming-of-age story tells the struggles of a group of teenage friends faced with making the decision of chasing their dreams or doing what others want them to do.
In a courtroom in by the Gobi desert, a young attorney, Xiao Pan (Xu Zheng) and his silver tongue successfully eliminates the Big Boss (Duo Buji) as a murder suspect. As his attorney fee, Big Boss unwillingly gives his red sedan to Xiao Pan, and Xiao smugly drives the new car across the Gobi Desert, a 500-mile remote area known as "No Man's Land". While enjoying the magnificent scenery, Big Boss' minion is already waiting to rob Xiao on the road ahead, while Xiao is speeding up the road with no idea that he's getting closer to danger...
Bowl (Kenny Kwan) and Noodle (Steven Cheung) are two idle highschool students who need to evade three menaces each day before they can enter their school. Little bully Razor (Cheung Tat Ming) chases them over a minor dispute, the uniformed policeman David (Tats Lau Yee Tat) body-searches everyone he sees, and the small-time gangster Ganker (Chan Wai Man) looks out for new blood to join his ever-shrinking business. Pride and dignity seem so out of reach. Bowl does not even know how to sound convincing when he tries to persuade his sister Candy (Katie Kwok) not to walk down the wrong path. If only they can find the guiding light to fame and fortune, then life will be fine again. Some dreams do come true. Trying to stay ahead of Razor, Bowl and Noodle join Ganker and end up at a gangster conference where the Boss (Ray Lui) gives them HK$300,000 to perform a Mission of Glory at 6 am the next morning. It is a lot of money and a way to fame, but a deadly mission awaits them. With ten hours left to go, there is money to spend, families to visit, idols (special appearances by Twins) to meet and unspoken love to be voiced. Before daybreak, can Bowl and Noodle turn a nightmare into a self-fulfilling experience?
Steven Cheung, Kenny Kwan, Katie Kwok, Gillian Chung, Charlene Choi
Small-town policeman Ma Shan (Jiang Wen) is in a panic one day when his gun goes missing and a former lover, Li Xiaomeng (Ning Jing) turns up dead. Desperated Ma goes all out to trap the killer. Firearms are rare in China, and losing a firearm is a serious offence for a police officer. Ma Shan is overwhelmed by the burden of finding the gun and also struggles to keep the love and respect of his wife and young son. As the drama progresses, he realizes that his gun is not the only thing missing in his life...
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.
Ace vampire slayer Reeve (Ekin Cheng) tracks his arch-enemy, the Duke Dekotes (Mickey Hardt) to Hong Kong. The Duke is hunting for Kazaf (Edison Chen), the fifth prince of the vampire nation. With Kazaf's blood and the ancient vampire bible, the Duke will bring a new age of darkness. Reeve has a new partner, a feisty but inexperienced young beauty named Gypsy (Gillian Chung). Matters are further complicated when Reeve's younger sister Helen (Charlene Choi), develops romantic feelings for Kazaf.
Charlene Choi, Gillian Chung, Ekin Cheng, Edison Chan, Anthony Wong, Jackie Chan
In the early 1920's, on the streets of Beijing, the nation's most talented performers have gathered to show off their most spectacular skills. One day, a challenge is set: 50 silver dollars to whoever can reproduce the incredible magic trick "Eight Immortals' Treat". Zhang Xian appears amidst the waiting crowd and decides to try his hand at it.
When three friends open a hot pot restaurant in a former bomb shelter, they discover it's linked by a single wall to the bank vault next door. While deciding to take the easy money or go to the police, they find out one of the bank's employees is a former classmate and look to enlist her in deciding their future.
Adapted from the hugely successful Hong Kong TV series, this star-studded film adaptation centers on an airline crew and tells the stories of three couples: the new CEO of the airline re-encountering his old flame, a rock star who is hired to film an airline promo teaming up with flight consultant Sam, and a pilot who coming across a daring lady.
Louis Koo, Francis Ng, Julian Cheung, Sammi Cheng, Charmaine Sheh, Amber Kuo
Jackie Chan stars in this action-comedy about a team of guerilla fighters named the Railroad Tigers. Set in 1940s China, the Railroad tigers attempt to humiliate the Japanese army by stealing their supplies in order to get food for the poor.
Jackie Chan, Huang Zitao, Wang Kai, Hiroyuki Ikeuchi, Darren Wang, Xu Fan