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.
Little daughter Chen Xue (Priscilla Wong) at the age of five, whose parents separated and since then, she had not been seeing her mother Lu Xiyun (GiGi Wong) for twenty some years. When Chen Xue at the age of 25, her boyfriend Shi Luwei (Wan Kai) gave a 2-month-old white Westie dog, named Snowee, to her as a Christmas gift. In the days of raising puppy, as maternal instinct, Chen Xue slowly changed her attitue towards her mother's resentment; Lu Xiyun alternatively, when taking care of little Snowee, re-called her old time when feeding little daughter; from time to time, she called Snowee’s name as little daughter's nickname. Gratefully, Snowee brought both mother and daughter the most memorable time.
After his mother's death, Chan Kai-yuk (Carlos Chan) feels so alone that he leaves Guangzhou for Hong Kong to attempts to reunite with his father. Alone and homeless, Yuk is taken in by Fan (Kara Hui), a middle-aged recluse and is in the early stages of cognitive disorder, who he randomly encountered and helped.
Carlos Chan, Kara Hui, Louis Cheung, Cya Liu, Lawrence Chou, Yan Ng
An artist named Jiajia promised to show her girl friend Wei Ling around in Japan but eventually fails to show up for no reason. After Wei Ling goes and gets accommodated in a family-run hot spring hotel of Shimizu, Jiajia's Japanese boyfriend, she begins her endless weird experience as if she's haunted, and the hotel even sinks into a series of horrible homicides, in which the victims are all family members of the Shimizu's without exception. Every clue found is connected to Jiajia. The survived Shimizu's servant Tadao grasps Wei Ling to entice the murderer. But whether Jiajia is dead or alive along with the identity of murder remains a secret until the very end of the story.
Sam Lee, Christy Chung, Liu Yan, Tony Ho, Abe Mari
BENDS tells the story of Anna, an affluent housewife and Fai, her chauffeur, and their unexpected friendship as they each negotiate the pressure of Hong Kong life and the city's increasingly complex relationship to mainland China.
Alex Fong and Ivana Wong star in this romantic-comedy where Don (Alex Fong) wakes up not remembering anything. Finding a kidnapped girl next to him, he decides to follow her lead in order to regain his memory. But little does he know that she is using the kidnapping in order to catch her father’s attention.
After a stint in prison for participating in fixed boxing, former boxing champ Fai (Nick Cheung) is knee-deep in debt with no solution in sight. To escape his debtors, Fai escapes to Macau and works in a gym as an assistant instructor in weight loss classes. With no money, Fai is arranged to share a house with recovering mental patient Gwen and her ten-year-old daughter Dan. Even though their co-existence starts out as hostile, it slowly turns into a family-like bond - with Fai acting as the pair's protector. ot-blooded Qi (Eddie Peng) was once the son of a rich man in Mainland China. However, the family business failed, sending his dad into alcohol-fueled depressing and forcing Qi to take up construction jobs in Macau. To inspire his father to stand up again, Qi enters an open MMA competition and starts training at Fai's gym. With Fai as trainer and Qi as the fighter, the pair's hard work pays off with consecutive wins in the tournament. The victories even inspire Qi's father to find his footing and get back up. However, Qi's ultimate opponent in the tournament is Lee (Andy On), a fighter best known for his ferocity...
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.
Vivian Hsu, Huang Xiao Ming, Eric Tsang, Mini Yang
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?
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.
Geng Hon, Yan Tang, Karen Mok, Jing Wu, Gillian Chung
Underworld godfather Kim is friendly and sociable, likes singing more than being the big boss. He always maintains the principle of peace, harmony and stability which has won the support of the gang elders. However, the cool and handsome no. 2 guy, Lung, believes that he has what it takes to be the big boss. To support Lung, his wife sets a trap to seduce Kim, setting in motion a series of events in this comedy-drama.
Alan Tam, Jordan Chan, Christine Ng, Jamie Chik, Babyjohn
Two cops with completely opposite traits must join forces to crush the secret association responsible for a series of suicide bombing and restore order to the city. A Taiwanese thriller with adrenaline-pumping actions!