The villagers in the remote and isolated Desire Village in China are constantly caught in everyday conflicts and complicated relationships. However, when a mysterious Taoist priest drops in one day with a magical equipment that can erase one's memory, all the villagers were able to forget about their troubled past. But as trouble begins to brew around the corner, the villagers are now in grave danger as none of them are aware of their false happiness and remember their former identities!
In the second half of the epic drama directed by John Woo starring an international cast, the steamer "Taiping" docks in the harbor with swarms of people rushing to the boat. As it sets sail and leaves China, little did the people onboard know the voyage to Taiwan will be a fateful one...
Takeshi Kaneshiro, Zhang Zi Yi, Huang Xiao Ming, Tong Da Wei, Song Hye Gyo, Masami Nagasawa
Brain (Louis Koo) is a special professional assassin who painstakingly designs perfect 'accidents' in which his targets are killed and seems like they die from misfortune. He bears enormous psychological stress everyday and worries about he may die in accident too, so he carries out each assassination with extreme caution. However, in a well-crafted 'accident', his mission fails due to an unexpected traffic accident and one of his teammate passes away. Is it a real accident? Brian is for sure that there is a mastermind behind the accident in order to kill him. This secret man is an insurance agent Fong (Richie Jen) who also happened to be on the scene of the accident. Brain is determined to get rid of him...
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.
This Singaporean comedy follows the trials and tribulations of a retrenched microbiologist as he turns to taxi driving after several failed job attempts. Along the way, he befriends a veteran taxi driver who is his polar opposite.
Gan Mei Yan, Gurmit Singh, Jazreel Low, Lai Meng, Mark Lee
In the 1930s , a Japanese cult called The Temple of Hades was ordered to cooperate with the Japanese military to destroy China. They buy so many young children from poor family , who will be trained as a lethal killing machine and serve the Empire of Japan. One of them is Vajra , who was forced by his captors to fight for the food , and accidentally causing the death of his brother. Several years later , Vajra grown up and become one of the biggest killer in the Hades sect. Vajra escapes to China and joins Shaolin , where he receives spiritual enlightenment and determined to support China against Japan.
Shi Yan Neng, Yoo Seung Jun, Nam Hyun Joon, Jiang Bao Cheng
When an internationally-renowned Feng Shui Master, Ray (Vic Chou), forecasts a predestined doom ahead, he sets out to find an ill-fated wretch to serve as the scapegoat of his mishaps. After meeting Pei Pei (Fiona Sit) and knowing that she is the person he looks for, Ray purposefully woos her to keep her by his side. But little did Ray expect that he would eventually fall in love with Pei Pei, and must decide whether their relationship is worth the series of unfortunate events that would follow…
Separated for years, iconic Chinese painting Dwelling in the Fushan Mountains is about to be united again in a grand ceremony. Before the ceremony could take place, a British arms dealer steals one half of the painting from a Taiwan museum. Customs agent Xiao Jinhan (Andy Lau) is immediately called in to retrieve the stolen painting just as Japanese smuggler Yamamoto (Tong Dawei) aims to steal the other half from a Zhejiang museum. The half in Zhejiang is protected by Jinhan's insurance investigator wife Yuyan (Zhang Jingchu), who doesn't know her husband's real occupation. With the mysterious Lisa (Lin Chi Ling) playing both sides, who will come out on top and put the painting back together again?
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.
Alan, who is supposed to attend court as a witness in a criminal trial the next morning, gets increasingly plastered with his friends in his birthday party. As the deadline looms, the guys discover their twilight craziness provided each with a new self-perspective that has intangibly changed their lives.
Ken Hung, Carlos Chan, Deep Ng, Michelle Wai, Kathy Yuen
In this action-packed sequel now currently ranked as the highest-grossing film in China of 2015, Chow Yun Fat reprises his role as Ken, the God of Gamblers. After foiling the criminal plans of the international money-laundering syndicate DOA, our hero from Macau, Ken, is ready to sit back and enjoy life. However, Ken's plan for a calm existence comes to a halt when his protege, Vincent (Shawn YUE) joins Interpol and asks for his master's help in arresting the real mastermind of DOA, Ms. Aoi.