Scientist Xia Tian's hard work finally pays off when she successfully sends living tissue back through time by 110 minutes. When her son dies at the hands of kidnappers, she sends herself back through time on a frantic mission to prevent his death.
Follows the success of The Beast Stalker, director Dante Lam brings this anticipated crime thriller. The Sniper revolves around the sniper squad of the Hong Kong Police's Special Duties Unit (SDU). Taiwan famous actor-singer Richie Jen (Exiled) faces off against popular Mainland actor Huang Xiao-ming (TV drama Royal Tramp) as an outlaw lethal sharpshooters along with Edison Chen (Dog Bite Dog) who portrays an talented sniper all in this exciting action thriller packed with intense shootouts, training montages, and other entertaining genre staples. Hartman (Richie Jen), a renowned top shooter in the police force, is deeply resented by his former teammate and superb marksman Lincoln (Huang Xiao-ming), who went to jail for accidentally killing a hostage. With only vengeance in his mind, Lincoln believes that Hartman and the police are the real culprits for his fall and determines to hunt them down upon his release. When a mysterious sniper disenables a high-security prisoner transfer which leads to a major convict evasion, Hartman and his team are dispatched to profile the suspect. OJ (Edison Chen), the talented hot-headed rookie on the team, surprises everyone by accurately replicating the suspect's impossible shots, was being taken under Hartman's wing. Meanwhile, Lincoln continues his plan with the largest heist ever in the city and decides to lure his target in by holding Hartman's daughter as hostage and re-enacting that fateful day. It is the ultimate showdown amongst three expert snipers in the Hong Kong cityscape...
Richie Jen, Edison Chen, Huang Xiao Ming, Gao Jie, Liu Kai Chi, Michelle Yip, Stephen Tung Wai
Mini's broken heart leads her to pack on the pounds. The depressed young woman meets an obese man named Fatso, he helps her get herself back on track and shed the pounds. After dropping the unwanted heft, Mini rekindles her relationship with her first love, but is this the happy ending she wants?
MING (Andy Lau) is a mole in the police department. On the command of his Triad boss SAM (Eric Tsang), he became a cop when he was merely 18. After a decade of hard work, he has become a police sergeant in the Criminal Intelligence Bureau. With the help of Sam who tips him off with intelligence of his Triad rivals, Ming manages to earn kudos from his superiors. After passing a recent examination with flying colors, he has high hope of being promoted to probationary inspector. YAN (Tony Leung) is a police mole in the Triads. Recruited before he even graduated from the police academy, he was initiated into the Triads as a teenaged underling. During his decade as an undercover, he has been convicted eight times of causing bodily harm to others, jailed twice, and sentenced to compulsory psychological counseling. As a Red Pole, or enforcer, his immediate boss is none other than Sam. Leading parallel lives, Ming and Yan are feeling increasingly trapped in their false surroundings. Wobbling in the inferno between the living and the dead, they are desperate to find a way out. Ming would like to sever all ties with his illegal past and become a real cop. To do so would mean the elimination of Sam. Yan is sick and tired of chopping people up in the name of justice, and is striving to regain his real identity. Only one person can help him: SUPERINTENDENT WONG (Anthony Wong), the man who recruited him as an undercover. Their curious paths finally cross each other one fateful evening. During a police attempt to topple Sam's illegal operations, both sides realize there's a mole amongst themselves. A series of cat-and-mouse chases ensue, as each side is competing to uncover their mole first. To make things even more chaotic, Ming is finally promoted to probationary inspector and is transferred to Internal Affairs. His first assignment is to uncover Sam's mole in the police department...
Andy Lau, Tony Leung Chiu Wai, Eric Tsang, Anthony Wong, Gordon Lam, Kelly Chen, Sammi Cheng, Elva Hsiao, Chapman To, Edison Chen, Shawn Yue
A light-hearted satire on Singapore and Singaporeans from different walks of life. When Singapore is hit with a widespread bout of food poisoning - with at least fifty victims - everyone is sent into a tizzy. How could something like this happen in Singapore? And who's responsible?
Catch this Chinese fantasy-action-adventure film directed by Derek Kwok and starring Eddie Peng in the title role of The Monkey King alongside Ni Ni, Shawn Yue, Oho Ou and Zheng Shuang. The film is based on a popular internet novel titled Wukong Biography written by Jin Hezai.
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.
Starring three of Hong Kong's biggest comedy stars, a detective faces difficulties with his job and his love life. Approached by a demon and an angel, will he choose to accept the Devil's deal or the Lord’s offer?
Adapted from the hugely successful Hong Kong TV series, this star-studded film adaptation centers on an airline crew and tells the stories of three couples: the new CEO of the airline re-encountering his old flame, a rock star who is hired to film an airline promo teaming up with flight consultant Sam, and a pilot who coming across a daring lady.
Louis Koo, Francis Ng, Julian Cheung, Sammi Cheng, Charmaine Sheh, Amber Kuo
Louis Koo stars as a police negotiator who is searching for his 16 year old daughter’s whereabouts when she is kidnapped. Travelling to Bangkok, he teams up with a local detective (Tony Jaa) and investigates a black market organ smuggling ring in the hopes of locating his daughter in this action crime movie.
Story about the mystical "Green Destiny", a 400-year-old sword and traditional heirloom of the monastary which Li Mubai (Chow Yun Fat) gives to his confident, Yui Hsuilien (Michelle Yeoh) for delivery as a gift to a respected Beijing leader Sir Te. The story is further complicated with love and hate when the young, impressionable beauty, the aristocratic daughter of the powerful Governor Yu decides to steal the sword out of rebellious instinct which leads to endless fatal fights...