Fan Bingbing plays the formidable historical concubine, Yang Yuhuan. Known also as one of the four great beauties in Chinese history, Yang Yuhuan's rise to becoming the Emperor's favourite consort, to her eventual tragic downfall, is told in this epic-period, romantic-drama starring Leon Lai and Wu Chun.
In this action-packed sequel to the 2015 blockbuster hit, China’s deadliest Special Forces operative, Leng Feng, returns into action when he crosses paths with a sadistic band of mercenaries terrorizing innocent civilians.
Yee(Gillian Chung), a young, carefree woman who has just dumped her boyfriend Shu (Lawrence Chou) at the airport before a trip they were going to take together. Little does she know that her breakup was witnessed by her ex-boy friend Ping (William Chan), who was there with his new live-in girlfriend Sze (Michelle Wai). Yee had been living with her boyfriend, so all of a sudden she's homeless. Ping takes her in. During their two days living together, the spark between them is reignited while they analyze their own romantic pasts (seen by the audience through an extensive collection of flashbacks). They end up asking themselves, are they more in love with their exes, and which ex are they falling for all over again?
When three tech founders end up handing over their latest inventions to a sleazy tycoon that takes them for granted, they decide to kidnap the man’s wife, mistress, love child and her grandma for a huge random. But little did they know that the heartless tycoon, instead of paying the ransom, has instead hired an assassin to take them out…
Christine Eng, Justin Cheung, Eric Kwok, Jennifer Yu
When social unrest plagues a Kingdom in ancient China, the Imperial Court collects stockpiles of gold from local governments to expand the royal army. However, the gold is robbed while in transport. In a desperate move to retrieve the stolen treasure, elite royal guards are sent on a mission to go after the gold but soon find out they are not the only ones in pursuit of it.
Eric TSANG, WONG Yat-Wa, Gigi LEUNG, Ray LUI, Simon YAM, Kara HUI
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...
"The Guillotines" marks the first collaboration between director Andrew Lau, helmer of the "Infernal Affairs" trilogy, and "Bodyguards and Assassins" producer Peter Ho-sun Chan. The period actioner centres on an elite group of assassins, called the Guillotines, who carry out secret missions for the Chinese Emperor. Set in the Ming Dynasty, this elite group is made up of a group of street ruffians who are trained to be part of the imperial-sanctioned band of assassins who use the deadly "guillotine". The guillotine looks at first like an iron ring with blades but with a tug of the weapon, it can decapitate its victims. However, when the assassins are ambushed by another gang, they will stop at nothing to have their revenge for hunters do not like being hunted...
Ethan Ruan Jing-Tian, Huang Xiaoming, Li Yuchun, Shawn Yue, Wang Luo Dan
Five young girls who want to be famous are given the chance to pursue their dreams by becoming pseudo-models in Hong Kong. But can they resist the countless temptations presented to them in the industry without losing themselves?