IDC Agent Jon (Jay Chou) sustains grave injuries on a mission and decides to spend his final days with his mother. She tells him a long-held secret. To fulfill her wishes, Jon goes to Southeast Asia. He befriends medical specialist Rachel ( Lin Peng). When she is forced into the schemes of a criminal organization, Jon attempts rescue and becomes the target of the organization that includes his estranged brother Yang (Nicholas Tse)! When the organization betrays Yang and kidnaps his daughter Sheng, the brothers join forces to rescue Rachel and Sheng.
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
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.
Lifelong friends Tin (Sean Lau), Chow (Louis Koo) and Wai (Nick Cheung) all work for the Hong Kong Police Department's Narcotics Bureau. The three tough law enforcers would readily risk their lives for each other, but a dangerous mission in Thailand could put their brotherly bond to the test. Capturing notorious “Eight-faced Buddha”, South East Asia’s most powerful drug lord, would give ambitious chief inspector Tin the promotion he has been working toward, while his loyal deputy Wai would be happy with a little more respect and glory. Chow strongly objects to the international mission, but he realizes that success could be his ticket to stop undercover work and live a normal life with his pregnant wife. In Thailand, Tin and Wai collaborate with local police to plan an operation to trap Eight-faced Buddha through Chow's undercover gang. The covert operation goes bad at the last minute, and a battle breaks out. The three friends are confronted by a tragic emotional dilemma... Five years later, burdened with personal hardship, two friends are still seeking to revenge the loss of a third. Friendship turns into rivalry and brotherhood must be sacrificed once again. A war between good and evil unfolds, and there's no turning back!
Sit Ho Ching (Bosco Wong) and his girlfriend, Elna (Stephy Tang) are set up by the boss. Elna cheats on him, then he becomes jobless and single. Our hapless hero decides to pursue wealth and fame by any means. Ching finds himself in a dangerous situation and is saved by his relatives. Finally, he earns a pile of money, but is shocked when his father (Liu Kai Chi) is struck down by cancer...
Bosco Wong, William Chan, Michael Tse, Stephy Tang, Rose Chan
In this sequel, Wong Fei Hung becomes caught up in the chaos surrounding the collapse of the Ching Dynasty when he travels to Canton for a medical conference. He is prepared to do what he can to protect the widely resented foreigners for reasons which are quintessentially Chinese.
Chin (Ge You) is a mediocre looking middle-aged bachelor. A self-made entrepreneur, he has never had much luck in the love department. He puts out a personal ad hoping to find a relationship, and after a string of bizarre encounters and bad dates, he finally strikes a chord with the beautiful Xiao-xiao (Shu Qi). Feeling she's out of his league, Chin hesitates to further approach her and instead, develops an accidental friendship with her. As they spend more time together, they find companionship in each other, with Xiao-xiao lighting up Chin's once dull and repetitive life, and Chin providing a shoulder for Xiao-xiao to cry on as she suffers through her heartbreak over a break-up. The companionship grows to affection; will Chin finally win her heart and together open a new chapter of their lives?
Heiward Mak's latest parallels the real-life music scene with Joey Yung starring in the lead as a pop diva who has already locked down her status in the music scene, while new talent Mag Lam has always seen Joey as her goal to strive for. This tailor-made film reflects the pressures faced by a diva and aspirations of a newcomer to replace the status of diva which culminates in a price which she must pay.
Sean Lau stars as an inspector investigating a prison escape in this period action-thriller. Sequel to The Bullet Vanishes and set in Northern China in the 1930s, the mysterious escape leads the inspector down a rabbit hole of surprising discoveries.
Sean Lau, Gordan Lam, Rhydian Vaughan, Jiang Yi Yan
Airline pilots Cool (Chapman To), Sam (Lam Tsz Chung) and Guy (Dominic Ho) were proud womanizers whom all took tremendous pleasure in making rounds with every stewardess they came across. But one day during a seemingly routine flight, they encounter a violent magnetic storm that sent them falling through a wormhole and travelling back in time to the Ming Dynasty!
Tiffany begins compensated dating, a practice in which a young woman agrees to go on a date with a man for a fee or luxury gifts, and is content with her lifestyle until she meets a young man who changes her perspective.