The film is set in Dengfeng, Henan, during the warlord era of early Republican China. In 1920s war-torn China, ruthless warlord Hou Jie (Andy Lau) is double-crossed by his trusted lieutenant Cao Man (Nicholas Tse) during a pivotal battle that culminates in him losing everything he has, including his wife (Fan Bingbing) and daughter. Devastated by the betrayal and consumed with revenge, Hou Jie is befriended by Wudao (Jackie Chan), an uneducated Shaolin cook who nonetheless has a profound understanding of Buddhist philosophy. Eventually Hou Jie finds enlightenment in Shaolin and becomes a monk himself after making up with young monks Jingneng (Wu Jing), Jinghai (Yu Shaoqun), and Jingkong (Shi Yanneng). Leading the heroic monks against the oppression of the treacherous Cao Man and his henchman Suo Xiangtu (Xiong Xin Xin), a reformed Hou Jie vows his life to defending the Temple and protecting the people in distress...
Andy Lau, Nicholas Tse, Jackie Chan, Fan Bing Bing, Wu Jing
A building inhabited by prostitutes loses all contact with the outside world one night and the tenants begin disappear one by one. When the remaining women try to solve the mystery and survive, a hidden tragedy slowly reveals itself…
Carrie Ng, Kabby Hui, Sammy Hung, Lin Chu, Leanne Fu
Xie Yu (Joseph Chang) and He Man (Fay Bai) were once a madly in love power couple until she suddenly loses five years of her memory in a serious car crash, He Man is shocked to find herself divorced from Xie Yu who has now moved on with his life. Knowing her best, Xie Yu promises to help He Man piece her memory together, all the while, she is desperate to find out why they fell out of love.
When Interpol agent CK Long (Sammo Hung) busted a billion-dollar drug deal 15 years ago, the cartel swore revenge. Enter beautiful Phoenix (Jenn Tse), the enigmatic Madame Rose's loyal assassin, whom the cartel hires to kill Long's family. Little does Phoenix knows, years ago, in an act of revenge, Madame Rose kidnapped Phoenix when she was young, then brainwashed and trained her into a skilled assassin and that her father has been trying to find her ever since. There is no mission that Phoenix cannot complete. But her untarnished record may face an obstacle, because not only is her estranged father, Long, is the mission, Phoenix also gets caught in a love triangle of sorts Sam (Andy On) and Black Dragon (Phillip Ng).
Ao's parents work overseas, leaving Ao with his deaf and taciturn grandfather. Ao runs away. He meets Lan. She had been kidnapped and has just escaped. Bad guys are chasing her. Ao fights them off and they head towards Lan's home. Meanwhile, Ao's parents return, and get the police involved. Ao and Lan bond on the journey. They arrive at Lan's village where her home has been reduced to rubble. The bad guys and the Gang Boss also arrive. Ao and Lan wage war against them. Soon, Ao's parents, grandfather and the police also arrive, and arrest all the bad guys! The family is reunited. Everyone is happy, including Lan, who now has a new home with her new family.
Inspired by the hit TV series The Bund, two brothers who have gone through life and death together now become adversaries after they get involved with Shanghainese gangster, Mr. Tong, who aims to dominate the city.
Peter Ho, Huang Zitao, Guli Nazha, Wang Xueqim Choo Ja-hyun, Long Meizi
A light-hearted satire on Singapore and Singaporeans from different walks of life. When Singapore is hit with a widespread bout of food poisoning - with at least fifty victims - everyone is sent into a tizzy. How could something like this happen in Singapore? And who's responsible?
Story about the mystical "Green Destiny", a 400-year-old sword and traditional heirloom of the monastary which Li Mubai (Chow Yun Fat) gives to his confident, Yui Hsuilien (Michelle Yeoh) for delivery as a gift to a respected Beijing leader Sir Te. The story is further complicated with love and hate when the young, impressionable beauty, the aristocratic daughter of the powerful Governor Yu decides to steal the sword out of rebellious instinct which leads to endless fatal fights...
Chapman To (Diva, Vulgaria) turns into a talent manager again in The Midas Touch along with idol Charlene Choi (My Sassy Hubby) and the movie's eight young, quirky models. Written and directed by Shaolin Soccer co-writer Fung Chih Chiang, The Midas Touch explores the sacrifices an artist manager and wannabe-stars have to make to rise to the top. Also appearing in the movie are Go Yun Xiang, Gillian Chung, Nicholas Tse and real-life golden manager Mani Fong. Suen (Charlene Choi) was once a well-known artist manager but her career is going down after her scandalous habit of peeping at stars has been exposed. Betrayed by an action star that she worked for and singled out by the industry, Suen meets Mak (Chapman To), a debt collector who recently took over his debtor's artist agency. With high hopes to make a good fortune out of the agency, Mak finds the grand plan nowhere in sight with the company's eight subpar artists - but things start to turn around with Suen's help.
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
Sei and Ling, former masseuses in Macau, had the best time together before Sei got married and moved to Taiwan. Decades later after Ling passes away, Sei revisits her old life and learns that her late best friend had kept secrets she never knew...