An international culinary competition becomes a battleground between two rival cooks, one famous for his Cantonese street food and the other a Michelin-starred chef trained in France. But their rivalry takes an unexpected turn when they discover a common foe and combine their skills in a fusion of East and West.
Otaku (Jam Hsiao) and his roommate Mr. Cheap (Da Peng) are two well-known geeks in the college. And like any normal guy, their ultimate goal is having the romance of their dream. Mr. Cheap pretends to be rich and is always looking for opportunities to get closer to his dream girl Mei (Xie Na), while the tongue-tied Otaku tries to create "coincidences" everywhere in campus in order to talk to class beauty Ling (Maggie Jiang), but it all ends in embarrassment. The school's famous couples party is fast approaching, and the only person to show up without a date will have their names printed on the so-called "pillar of shame" and be mocked forever. To avoid being teased by others, Otaku and Mr. Cheap decide to put away lame disguises and try winning their girls' hearts by being sincere and earnest. With dignities of the geeks at stake, a fierce battle for love is about to kick off...
A young cop, who vows to get revenge on his parents' murderer, founds that one of the key assassins in the criminal group is his long lost sister, who is oblivious about her own background. With such coincidence, he struggles to do the right thing and is forced to choose between family and justice.
Psychologist Sharon's (Kara Hui) only wish is for her daughter Jenny (Super Girls member Yanny Chan) to marry well. Despite Jenny's objections, Sharon sets her up with a rich suitor but things do not go as she planned. Jenny's actions become increasingly rebellious and strange, scaring off those around her, and Sharon herself also feels increasingly anxious and unstable from the stress of dealing with her daughter's condition. Sharon's friend introduces her to an exorcist who insists that Jenny is being bothered by an evil spirit. Even after the exorcism ritual, however, bizarre incidents keep occurring. Is Jenny really haunted by ghosts, or are inner demons at work?
When Interpol agent CK Long (Sammo Hung) busted a billion-dollar drug deal 15 years ago, the cartel swore revenge. Enter beautiful Phoenix (Jenn Tse), the enigmatic Madame Rose's loyal assassin, whom the cartel hires to kill Long's family. Little does Phoenix knows, years ago, in an act of revenge, Madame Rose kidnapped Phoenix when she was young, then brainwashed and trained her into a skilled assassin and that her father has been trying to find her ever since. There is no mission that Phoenix cannot complete. But her untarnished record may face an obstacle, because not only is her estranged father, Long, is the mission, Phoenix also gets caught in a love triangle of sorts Sam (Andy On) and Black Dragon (Phillip Ng).
'Woohoo' (tiger dance) is a tradition practiced in a small village (Beserah, Kuantan) during a prayer ceremony every 60 years. As the only elder who knows "Woohoo" can no longer perform, his filial granddaughter put up a misleading advertisement which in turn attracts five youngsters from different backgrounds - bad-tempered bank security man Ah Beng, indecisive Char KueyTeow hawker Ah Huat, effeminate designer Rain, university student Bobby and smart alec Alan - to be trained as 'woohoo' players. After some tough training, they finally look like a formidable team. However, few days before the anticipated festival day, the only 'tiger head"'is accidentally destroyed by the mischievous kids in the village.
Jackie Chan stars as a humble London businessman whose long-buried past erupts in a revenge-fueled vendetta when the only person left for him to love - his teenage daughter - dies in a senseless act of politically motivated terrorism. His relentless search to find the terrorists leads to a cat-and-mouse conflict with a British government official whose own past may hold the clues to the identities of the elusive killers.
In this contemporary film starring strong performances from newcomers Rainky Wai, Kabby Hui and Heidi Lee, "May We Chat" sheds light on the city's marginalized youth. Yan, Wai Wai and Yut Gei are three young women from very different backgrounds who met on WeChat, a social media platform, to discuss fashion, make-up and sex. When one of them is kidnapped, the other two attempt to find her, and dive into the world of prostitution and lowlife triads.
As each character tries to solve present-day problems by reconciling perceived failures in past events, they discover that what they considered to be major sticking points in their personal histories either do not figure into the affected parties' lives as much as they thought they did, or are recollected in a very different way.
Louis Koo, Eric Tsang, Miriam Yeung, Gigi Leung, Ng Mang Tat, Carrie Ng
Wong Fei-Hung, Clubfoot and 13th Aunt cross the Pacific Ocean to America to visit "Bucktooth" So, who has opened a Po-chi-lam clinic branch there. When the party stops to have lunch, a bunch of hostile Native Americans ambush them. Wong hits his head on a rock and loses his memory as a consequence. He is saved by a Native American tribe...
After his marriage proposal is rejected, a wine company executive flees to Paris, where broken hearts go to heal. There he shares a flat with a psychopathic artist, who is also heartbroken from a break-up. Can the two of them let go of the past, learn to love again and find their soulmates in this beautiful, romantic city?
Starring Fan Bingbing and Huang Xiaoming in this Chinese wuxia-fantasy, the Imperial court is plagued by corruption as tyrants rule over the lands. To save the people from their sufferings, sorceress Jade Raksha fights the corrupt soldiers and officials that are responsible for the oppression. As payback, local government officials decide to pin the murder of Governor Zhuo Zhonglian on Jade, turning her and the members of her cult into wanted fugitives for a crime they did not commit.