The story is based on the Chinese legend "Journey to the West," which finds the playful, once-divine Monkey King (Stephen Chow), who is now reborn in a human form, employing a mysterious time-travel device (the titular box) in his quest to shed his human feet of clay. A showcase for the comic gifts of the rubber-faced and nimble Chow, with plenty of dramatic interest, special effects, and martial arts action.
Stephen Chow, Wu Meng Da, Lo Jia Ying, Athena Chu, Karen Mok, Lan Jie Ying
On the surface, Teddy Yu (Anthony Wong) is a Chinese chiropractor and a widowed father. He claims to have a hidden life as a heroic bodyguard for retired secret agents. His son Nicky (Stephen Fung) and daughter Natalie (Gillian Chung) both learn the art of kung fu from him. One day, Rocco arrives asking Teddy for information on an ex-agent code-named Dragon but Teddy's lips are sealed. Rocco outnumbers Teddy with his four henchmen and kidnaps him. The children realize their father has been telling the truth after all! Would Nicky and Natalie be able to save their father as the time is rapidly running out...
Daniel Wu, Gilian Chung, Charlene Choi, Stephen Fung, Anthony Wong
"S For Sex S For Secret" is a comedy-drama about four people with drastically different views of sex. As a pair of newly-weds struggles with their marriage and sex life, an influential celebrity manager struggles to balance out her love for her husband with his sex addiction.
Pakho Chau, Annie Liu, Jacquelin Chong, Philip Keung, Jeana Ho
International megastar Donnie Yen reprises his iconic role as the real-life kung fu grandmaster Ip Man in this martial arts spectacular. After escaping the Japanese occupation of his hometown, Ip Man (Donnie Yen) wants to open a martial arts school - but first he must pass the tests put forth by the local grandmasters and their corrupt leader.
"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
Shawn Yue and Miriam Yeung reprise their popular roles as Jimmy and Cherie in this third installment of the romantic comedy Love in a Puff. As the couple try to live happily ever after, the shocking news of Cherie’s father marrying a girl younger than herself makes things complicated…
Forced to flee to Macau from loan sharks, Fai, a former World Champion boxer, attempts to settle into his new life when he unexpectedly encounters Qi (Eddie Pang), a hot-headed young man who wishes to learn mixed martial arts in order to join an upcoming tournament. Fai agrees to train Qi for the tournament. Over the next several months, the duo begins a series of intense training, and during that period, Fai rediscovers his passion to fighting in the ring, as well as for his life, and for those he cares for.
Produced by Johnnie To, this criminal thriller focuses on Hong Kong's three notorious thieves who have never met one another but is rumor to be joining forces to pull off something big before the Handover.
During the early years of the Republic era, in the North-East region of China, the people are suffering from the power struggle among the local Warlords, bandits, and Japanese invaders. Warlord Lam (Sammo Hung), is not a leader of great vision, but stands firm in his own beliefs. The only paradise within the region is 'Lucky Town', the one place where no one dared to attack as it was protected by the seven kung fu masters who have resided there. When young patriots, Yan Fang (Rose Chan) who disguised herself as a man, and Howard Luo (Dennis To), infiltrate Tiger's Den at night trying to steal the code book fail in their mission and tries to run, only Yan survives and is rescued by Cheryl. Mistaking Yan as a man, Cheryl falls for Yan. She then brings Yan to Lucky Town and begs the Seven Masters to cure Yan. Cheryl and the Seven Masters are then told of the secret plan by the Japanese, and together, they resolve to fight against Tiger Den and save Warlord Lam.
Eric Tsang, Ronald Cheng, Sammo Hung, Sandra Ng, Yuen Wah
Hawk (Jackie Chan) leads a mercenary team to recover the bronze heads of the 12 Chinese zodiac animals which were looted by foreigners in the 1800s. Assisted by a Chinese student and a Parisian lady, Hawk stops at nothing to accomplish the mission.
Chow Yun Fat and Huang Xiaoming both propelled to super stardom in the role of Xu Wenqiang in different versions of The Bund, a story of loyalty and betrayal set in 1930s Shanghai and its criminal underworld. Now, the two generations of Xu Wenqiang return to Shanghai together in The Last Tycoon. Loosely based on the life of notorious crime boss Du Yuesheng, The Last Tycoon traces two critical periods in the life of Cheng Daqi, a small-time fruit seller who climbs up the ranks of the Shanghai underworld and gets embroiled in the chaos of World War II. In their first big-screen pairing, Huang and Chow both play Cheng at different periods of his life — with Huang playing Daqi as the ambitious young gangster and Chow playing Daqi as the commanding crime lord. The powerful crime drama also co-stars Sammo Hung as Daqi's boss, Francis Ng as the conniving villain and Yolanda Yuan as Daqi's long-lost lover. In addition to the great screen chemistry between the star-studded cast, the film also features a beautiful recreation of 1930s Shanghai and explosive battle scenes that makes The Last Tycoon a grand gangland epic!
Chow Yun-Fat, Francis Ng, Huang Xiaoming, Ni Ni, Sammo Hung