The bond of brotherhood is always stronger when you can be pitched into a life and death situation at any time and the only thing that gets you through the inferno is the trust that your brother will have your back. The firefighters of Hong Kong's Pillar Point division who are expecting a quiet night to see off their retiring chief find their faith in each other stretched to the limits when a small fire at a liquor warehouse threatens to plunge the whole of Hong Kong into darkness if it spreads to a nearby power plant supplying natural gas. Politics, rivalry, and suspicion all come into play when dubious decisions are made, warnings are ignored and colleagues start to fall. Can the Pillar Point brotherhood survive the night, if not the fire, with their trust in each other intact?
Set in the 1980s, an unlikely team of footballers with a streak of losses have one chance left for international glory. But with their personal issues and conflicts tearing the team apart, can they eventually come together to defeat the odds? A powerful story based on true events, OlaBola invites us to join this multicultural team and follow their tribulations as they hold the hopes and dreams of a nation for greatness.
Xinping (Lin Peng) is an independent woman who doesn't believe in love and she even establishes a company that specialises in helping couples break-up. Business at Xinping's company is brisk and it is during one of her assignments that she bumps into her childhood friend, Youbo (Yoo Seung Jun). Youbo's appearance and sudden courtship changes Xinping's outlook on love and soon, she falls for him. However, the blossoming romance comes to an abrupt end when Xinping finds out that Youbo is actually the General Manager of a rival company. His intention of getting close to her is to sabotage Xinping's business. Desperate to salvage her business, Xinping takes up a job that defies her company's principle but promises to pay $300,000: that is to help Zidong (Van Fan), her sister Xinli's ex-boyfriend, to win Xinli's heart again...
In this action-comedy starring martial arts duo Jackie Chan and Sammo Hung, a lawyer (Jackie Chan) is hired by a chemical company of questionable ethics and must eventually make a difficult decision when his employer's motives become clear.
When a talent manager meets a guy whose voice resembles the famous comedian Stephen Chow, things starts to stir up in the show biz. "Lucky Star 2015" is a hilarious comedy starring actors from both Hong Kong and Taiwan, including Eric Tsang, Dada Chan and Wong Cho Lam.
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.
The interception team at the Criminal Intelligence Bureau led by Inspector Leung Chun-Yi (Sean Lau) is deployed to monitor a listed firm's phone traffic for a financial crime investigation. The team also consisted of veteran cop Yeung Jen (Louis Koo) and the young rookie Lam Yat-Cheung (Daniel Wu). They received an illegal stock tip during the surveillance operation, which can bring them a fortune. Blinded by greed, they started to engage themselves into this dangerous game of money and blood...
Lau Ching Wan, Louis Koo, Daniel Wu, Zhang Jing Chu, Alex Fong Chung Sun
Far from its glory days, Victory Football Club is now facing bankruptcy and only the players who have problems are left behind. Despite the hardship, they try their best hoping to get through the football season and raise fund to avoid being dismissed. In their time of desperation, a middle-aged, unsuccessful salesman sees this as an opportunity to redeem himself — by turn the players into commercial stars on the field!
Agent Jackie is hired to find WWII Nazi gold hidden in the Sahara desert. He teams up with three bundling women and soon discovers that he is not the only one searching for the gold, there are people willing to kill to get their hands on it.
Chapman To (Diva, Vulgaria) turns into a talent manager again in The Midas Touch along with idol Charlene Choi (My Sassy Hubby) and the movie's eight young, quirky models. Written and directed by Shaolin Soccer co-writer Fung Chih Chiang, The Midas Touch explores the sacrifices an artist manager and wannabe-stars have to make to rise to the top. Also appearing in the movie are Go Yun Xiang, Gillian Chung, Nicholas Tse and real-life golden manager Mani Fong. Suen (Charlene Choi) was once a well-known artist manager but her career is going down after her scandalous habit of peeping at stars has been exposed. Betrayed by an action star that she worked for and singled out by the industry, Suen meets Mak (Chapman To), a debt collector who recently took over his debtor's artist agency. With high hopes to make a good fortune out of the agency, Mak finds the grand plan nowhere in sight with the company's eight subpar artists - but things start to turn around with Suen's help.
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
On the hottest day in fifty years, Keung (Louis Koo) hosted a celebration party as his fire alarm company's value exceeded 1 billion. An ex-firefighter who quitted three years ago and started his own business, Keung witnessed the occasion turning into a major disaster because of a dreadful phenomenon known as flashover. His office burst into flames without any sign and the joyful party became a panicky escape. The fire funneled up and ignited one floor after another as Keung and others were trapped in an inferno. Watching people die right on the spot, Keung re-discovered his repressed passion for saving life. He decided to bring people up to the refuge floor and wait for rescue. Meanwhile, he made a call to someone he had estranged from long ago – his elder brother Dai Kwan. Dai Kwan (Sean Lau), a chief fire captain, had arrived at the scene long ago and coordinated the rescue. Dai Kwan told Keung to follow an escape route but it didn't work without equipment, Keung then decided to take a chance and find his own way out. He was surprised to see Si Lok (Lee Sinje), Dai Kwan's wife, among the people. Keung considered her part of his family and would do anything to protect her.
Louis Koo, Sean Lau, Lee Sinje, Chen Si-cheng, Eddie Cheung