This silver screen epic, a prequel to Infernal Affairs, hit the astonishing $16.8 million box office mark one week after its premiere. The second installment of the Infernal Affairs trilogy brings audiences with ultimate suspense and high quality action scenes! Turning into a Chinese version of the popular Godfather series, Infernal Affairs II offers its viewers an even tighter plot with a brilliant cast led by Edison Chen, Shawn Yue, Carina Lau, Eric Tsang, Anthony Wong, and Francis Ng to supply top entertainment that has rarely been seen in modern Hong Kong cinema. A legend is born at the best of times. From the multiple award-winning team behind the mind-blowing blockbuster, the secrets are finally revealed in this most anticipating prequel: What drove police superintendent Wong (Anthony Wong) and crime boss Sam (Eric Tsang) against one another? How did two struggling moles Yan (Shawn Yue) and Ming (Edison Chen) begin their parallel fates? The keys lie in the hands of three: Sam's wife Mary (Carina Lau), ruthless kingpin Hau (Francis Ng), and righteous cop Luk (Hu Jun). The infernal gates are open to the worst of times...
Shawn Yue, Edison Chen, Carina Lau, Francis Ng, Eric Tsang, Anthony Wong, Hu Jun, Liu Kai Chi, Chapman To
The key to Sam and Barbara's relationship is the very act of breaking up! After 99th breakup, they decide to solidify a future together by running their own café. Ironically, the café's success begins to drive a wedge between Sam and Barbara, and the prospect of a 100th, and most likely final, break up looms...
Power-hungry overlord Conquer (Sonny Chiba) is out to take over the martial arts world, and his victory depends on two children named Wind and Cloud. Acting on a prophecy by the Mud Buddha (Wayne Lai), Conquer hunts down the two boys, kills their parents, and takes them as disciples. Ten years later, Wind (Ekin Cheng) has grown into a laidback, kind-hearted swordsman, and Cloud (Aaron Kwok), a cold and silent brooder, both with superior martial arts skills. As the top lieutenants in Conquer's clan, Wind and Cloud have as prophesized aided their master in his evil quest to dominate the world. But as he stands at the brink of absolute power, Conquer finally hears the second half of the prophecy: Wind and Cloud will bring him victory... and also downfall.
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.
An aging hoodlum who wants to go clean decides to invest his time and money in proper business by opening a tea-house. However, when the tea-house stands in the way of a development project supported by a rival gang who try to strong-arm everyone out of the development area, he must call upon his old gang to save his tea-house and the others in the project. Starring Anthony Chau-Sang Wong and Charlene Choi.
Anthony Wong, Charlene Choi, Wong You Nam, Michael Chan, Frankie Ng
Overseas somewhere, female agents Ameera on a mission when the accident suspended under low tide found the home encounter unexpected calamity, Ameera step in and crack the mystery boyfriend Jason also found a number of mysterious characters, and dark tissue Resident Evil has gradually surfaced...
A she-devil against infidelity, Ying (Cecilia CHEUNG) is both feared and scorned by every man in town. Knowing his daughter would not fall for any ordinary man, Ying's father (ZHAO Benshan) deliberately pits her against Liang (XIAO Shenyang), the wittiest man in town. After Ying and Liang battle it out in a ferocious public debate on love, the two agree on a shocking wager: If Liang can remain faithful to Ying for a year, they would become husband and wife. The sole condition: They must live under the one roof, even if they don't share the same bed. And so begins Ying and Liang's tumultuous relationship, as the two spend their days quarreling and secretly scheming against each other. But like all great couples, their intense rivalry eventually blossoms into love. Meanwhile, the traitorous General Sima (Victor Huang) and imperial descendant Liu Da are fighting for the throne, and both sides wish to recruit Liang as military strategist. However, when Liang rejects Sima's offer, the infuriated general orders Liang to be killed. With Ying's help, Liang narrowly manages to escape death and joins Liu's camp. To help her man, Ying audaciously sneaks into Sima's camp and takes the general's wife as hostage. However, Ying mistakenly believes that Liang and Liu's sister are having an affair. As she leaves Liu's camp heartbroken and in tears, she is captured by Sima's men. Upon hearing the news, Liang bravely enters Sima's camp to negotiate for a hostage exchange. As the two men face off, both Liu's and Sima's troops secretly prepare for a decisive battle that will change the fate of the nation. Who will win?
ChanTan(by Aaron Kwok), a private detective in Thailand, travelled to Malaysia following the clues in a photo. There he looked for a man called Chai(byChan Koon Tai), who might help reveal the truths behind the murder of his parents 30 years ago. Chai's adopted daughter Zi-wei(by Jiang Yi Yan) was an orphan of Chinese descent. Under Zi-wei'sguidance, Chanfinally found Chai. But Chai said the man in the photo, Pang, a drug dealer, died quite some time ago. Meanwhile, Chanwas informed that his home was broken into. Chanthen rushed back to Thailand. Back home, Chanfound a secret compartment under his bed. But it was ransacked. He suspected what was once stashed there might have something to do with his parents'death. He could do nothing but seek help from a Malaysian private detective. Chanfound ZhengFong-hei(by Nick Cheung), a Malaysian detective born in China. Together they decided to meet Chai again. But before they could find Chai, they had a fight and went separate ways. Chanlooked for Chai by himself. Questioned repeatedly, Chai disclosed a guy called Uncle Bomight know something about his parents'death. Chanwent to visit Uncle Boaccording to the information, but was ambushed and almost got killed. Chanhad no choice but to seek Zheng's help again. Together they arrived at Chai's onlyto see a bunch of police officers conducting investigation there. Chai had gone missing. Chanand Zheng believed Chai was dead. Chanapproached Uncle Boand got a mysterious cassettetape from him, but shortly after Uncle Bowas killed right in front of his eyes. The two of them went to Zi-weiagain for more clues. Zi-weioverheard Chai talking to a man called Da-junon the phone. They mentioned having acquired an object and it was hidden in Guangzhou, China. Chanand Zi-weithen headed straight to Guangzhou. Chanmet Pang and Da-jun, hesaid hewasn't there for revenge, but to prove his parents'innocence. Pang was convinced somehow. He said Da-juntook a reel of Super 8mm film under his bed. Chan's parents captured the evidence of Qing's crime on the film and Qingwas the mastermind behind thiswhole scheme,thatwas whythey ended up being murdered. Right then, Changot a phone call from Qingwho said he had Zheng held for ransom. Qingasked for the film in exchenge of Zheng's life. Chanwent to deal with Qingalone. At the same time, Malaysian policealreadyreceived the Super 8mm film whichcapturedthe substantial evidence of Qing's crime...
Aaron Kwok, Nick Cheung, Jiang Yi Yan, Chan Koon Tai
In this fantasy-comedy, Wang Dachui (White. K) is a youth blessed with some magic powers who often dreams of becoming the chief demon of the Stone Ox Village. One day, as he surprisingly sees the arrival of a Tang monk (Bolin Chen) and his four disciples, his life is turned upside-down from the encounter and a magical story of love and struggle unravels.
Single mother Helen Xin (Anita Yuen) wakes up and finds herself in an operation room, suffering from amnesia. Then in a close-door interrogation, a face-to-face conversation with a mysterious female detective Jenny (XiongNaijin) helps bringing some of her memory back. Later, it is revealed that Helen and her daughter Sisi (Zhang Zi-Mu) were kidnapped by some men in black and taken to a cave for a killing party. In a game where only one out of nine players will stay alive, how can Helen save her daughter and herself and make the great escape?
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.
In the summer of 1997, 27-year-old Miu (Miriam Yeung) begins working as a fishmonger at Fortune Market to pay off the debts of her irresponsible father (Stanley Fung). She immediately invites trouble from brusque fishmonger Fishman (Eason Chan), who is none too happy about the competition, but the two eventually settle into a tentative friendship. The hardworking Miu, like most Hong Kong women approaching the Big Three-O, is hoping to get married soon, and most definitely not to a market vendor. As the years pass, Miu and Fishman experience trials big and small together, growing closer over time. Fishman sees Miu and Fortune Market as his present and future, but she wants more from life.