"Young And Dangerous: Reloaded" features a new generation of muscle bound actors who promise to deliver plenty of bloody violence, foul language, and raunchy sex scenes. The original "Young And Dangerous" was based on a comic book, and chronicled the adventures of a young group of triads in Mongkok. Actor Ekin Cheng portrayed the iconic leader of the pack known as Chan Ho Nam, who will now be played by Him Law. His co-stars will include Oscar Leung (Chicken), Sammy Shum (Ugly Kwan), Jazz Lam, Paul Wong (Big Brother B), Dominic Ho, Philip Ng, Winnie Leung, Hu Ran, and Jacqueline Chong. The film will be directed by up-and-coming director Daniel Chan.
Like a contagious virus, pretty and athletic girls in their teens start disappearing around the globe one after another. The mastermind behind these abductions is Madame M (Almen Wong), who plans to train these girls into professional killers. After several years of gruesome training, only Charlend (Maggie !), Katt(Anya) and Jill (Jewel Lee) survive and become the world's most sought after professional killers. On a recent mission to assassinate someone in Hong Kong, however, Charkebe is shocked to see her long-lost mother and as a result she comes face to face with CIA agent Jack (Daniel Wu), who vows to help her reclaim her past by eliminating Madame M.
Derek (Stanley Huang), a managing director of an investment bank, is a little bit anxious recently. The A corporation he serves for is now planning to merge B corporation. The problem is, however, his ex-girlfriend Amy (Xu Jinglei) works as a financial consultant in B. Half a year ago, after falling in love with each other about seven years, a serious crisis broke out. Derek devoted himself into work too much. As a result, Amy couldn't bear this after being ignored for too long and did breaking up impulsively. She even jobhopped to another investment bank. "Being together for no more than 28 days in a year, 365 days. Even so, he is also working and calling." When meeting again, they competes fiercely and both tries to defeat the other. They are persons who know the other one best, thus the most troublesome opponents to each. At the same time, they begin to open their hearts to each other again gradually. One night in Chengdu, China, they finally pour out their love and face it sincerely.
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
From internationally-acclaimed director Lu Chuan, an epic story of war, of dreams fulfilled and of betrayals - betrayals of friendship, of ideals, and of oneself. Yu is a young noble: handsome, brave, admired. Commander of the era's most powerful army, he leads the revolt against the cruel Qin dynasty. Yu recognizes great potential in Liu, a peasant, and gives him command of 5,000 soldiers. Liu breaks an agreement with Yu by entering and ransacking the Qin capital alone. The Qin dynasty falls and Yu rules. Wary of treachery, his advisers plot to kill Liu at a great banquet, but the emperor spares his life. From the time of this 'last supper', Liu will wage war against Yu. Xin, an adviser to Yu, joins him. Defeated, Yu commits suicide on the battlefield rather than submit to capture. Yu is dead, but now Xin is a threat. Liu imprisons then releases him, but broods about having spared Xin's life as Yu spared his... Xin too must die. Finally, Emperor Liu has reached his goal. But his soul remains deeply troubled- haunted by the ghosts of his betrayals, unable to find peace in the position he dreamed of and fought ruthlessly to achieve...
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
Tang monk Tripitaka (Nicholas Tse) and his three disciples - Sun Wukong (Chen Po-lm), Zhu Wuneng (Kenny Kwan), and Sha Wujing (Steven Cheung) arrive at Shache City. During their stay in the city, the three disciples are captured by the Root of All Evils. The Golden Pole intervenes and saves Tripitaka and the latter tries to find a way to save them. He meets a young lizard imp named Meiyan (Charlene Choi). Meiyan falls in love with Tripitaka at first sight and devotes herself to trailing him. In this journey, Tripitaka meets Princess Xiaoshan (Fan Bingbing), who promises to help him save his disciples. Meiyan helps the Princess defeat the enemy and rescue Tripitaka and his disciples. A benevolent Buddha is moved by her effort and pardons the two, on the condition that they embank on a journey to the west to accomplish the Eighty-One Tasks to redeem themselves as well as to save the world!
Nicholas Tse, Charlene Choi, Berlin Chen, Fan Bing Bing, Kenny Kwan, Steven Cheung
The Shatin Martins was the first Hong Kong youth baseball set up in 1984. The 10 young players have uneasy and restless lives, but the hardship brings out their bravery, accumulating to their ultimate confrontation against their greatest rivals, the Japanese Buffaloes!
An amateur surfer, who has been through several bad relationships, meets a kind-hearted tattoo artist. Everything is perfect until she confesses that she is an unusual “nail clipper monster”. With such a claim, can their love settle their differences?
Joseph Chang, Zhou Dongyu, Ekin Cheng, Tiffany Ann Hsu
Hawk (Jackie Chan) leads a mercenary team to recover the bronze heads of the 12 Chinese zodiac animals which were looted by foreigners in the 1800s. Assisted by a Chinese student and a Parisian lady, Hawk stops at nothing to accomplish the mission.