A martial arts instructor from the police force gets imprisoned after killing a man by accident. But when a vicious killer starts targeting martial arts masters, the instructor offers to help the police in return for his freedom.
A classic fantasy action movie about the epic battles between celestial swordsmen and the Evil Force. Set on the mythical Zu mountain range, a mysterious land where ordinary men dare not venture, the legend has it that skilful swordsmen protect civilians by fending off evil. Featuring Sammo Hung, Yuen Biao and Adam Cheng and directed by Tsui Hark.
Adam Cheng, Brigitte Lin, Moon Lee, Sammo Hung, Yuen Biao, Damian Lau, Norman Tsui
A Korean romantic comedy featuring 21 actors playing the same character! Woo-jin is a troubled man who loses himself after continuously waking up in a different body every morning, regardless of age, gender and nationality, until he falls in love with a girl who makes him whole again.
Han Hyo-joo, Park Seo-Joon, Kim Dae-myung, Do Ji-han, Park Shin-hye, Lee Beom-soo, Lee Jin-wook
Police officer Zhong Wen (Jackie Chan) meets his estranged daughter Miaomiao (Jing Tian) in her boyfriend Wu Jiang's (Liu Ye) bar, but a strange dispute suddenly breaks out. While trying to break up the fray, Zhong Wen gets knocked out. He wakes up to find that all the customers in the bar are being held hostage by Wu, who demands a certain prisoner be brought to him. Zhong gradually realizes that everything is connected to a deadly incident that happened years ago.
A group of people living in ‘space capsules’ – large seminar rooms subdivided into small living quarters - struggle to fight for their ideal way of life in the prosperous yet divided city of Hong Kong.
Pakho Chau, Shiga Lin, Andrew Lam, Louis Cheung, Joyce Cheng, BabyJohn, Bob Lam, Ava Liu
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.
The Magic Kitchen is an ensemble of Hong Kong superstars Sammi Cheung and Andy Lau plus the popular young icon Jerry Yan, all three heartthrobs create an invincible synergy. The Magic Kitchen ranks the top 10 movies of the year. It is an adaptation of an eponymous novel by a Hong Kong new literary star Lin Yong-chen, in which the plot beautifully combines comedy and tasty food together. Yau (Sammi Cheung) is a famous chef who owns a speakeasy restaurant (what is speakeasy restaurant?) and cooks everything literally from the recipe book inherited from her deceased mother. Behind her successful career, she is haunted by a family curse overshadowing three generations and destines her to fail in every relationship. On a tour to the “Iron Chef” TV show in Japan with her assistant and secret admirer Hall (Jerry Yan), Yau meets her ex-boyfriend Chuen (Andy Lau) whom she still cannot let go after all these years. Even worse, she finds out that Chuen is in a happy relationship and going to engage her best friend. Overwhelmed by shocking and heartbreaking truths during the tour, Yau suddenly realizes that the key to break the curse is to start a fresh new relationship with Hall.
Andy Lau, Sammi Cheng, Jerry Yan, Stephen Fung, Daniel Wu, Anthony Wong, Vincent Kuk
Actor Stephen Fung's directorial debut Enter The Phoenix mixes traditional Mafia topics complete with shades of black humour. It also deals openly with gay relationships and with the love of father-and-son. Living with his friend Georgie (Daniel Wu), Sam (Eason Chan) is mistaken as the new heir of the wealthy Hong family. Clever enough to take advantage of his new found fortune he soon falls in love with the daughter (Karen Mok) of the Hong family's biggest competitor. So, who would finally be the new heir to lead the mob, Georgie or Sam?
Tang monk Tripitaka (Nicholas Tse) and his three disciples - Sun Wukong (Chen Po-lm), Zhu Wuneng (Kenny Kwan), and Sha Wujing (Steven Cheung) arrive at Shache City. During their stay in the city, the three disciples are captured by the Root of All Evils. The Golden Pole intervenes and saves Tripitaka and the latter tries to find a way to save them. He meets a young lizard imp named Meiyan (Charlene Choi). Meiyan falls in love with Tripitaka at first sight and devotes herself to trailing him. In this journey, Tripitaka meets Princess Xiaoshan (Fan Bingbing), who promises to help him save his disciples. Meiyan helps the Princess defeat the enemy and rescue Tripitaka and his disciples. A benevolent Buddha is moved by her effort and pardons the two, on the condition that they embank on a journey to the west to accomplish the Eighty-One Tasks to redeem themselves as well as to save the world!
Nicholas Tse, Charlene Choi, Berlin Chen, Fan Bing Bing, Kenny Kwan, Steven Cheung
When a terrorist plots to obtain nuclear materials which is hidden under the cover of a violent coup, only the Chinese Navy’s elite Jiaolong Assault Team have the deadly skill and precision needed to take on the situation.
Zhang Yi, Huang Jingyu, Hai Qing, Du Jiang, Zhang Hanyu
The chief security officer at a top-secret medical facility (Daniel Wu) finds himself caught in an explosive battle when a young thief steals a groundbreaking medicine. But after discovering the true origins of the medicine, the officer must decide who he can trust to protect the cure from falling into the wrong hands and prevent an all-out war in this non-stop action thriller.
Daniel Wu, Joseph Chang, Amber Kuo, Cheung Siu Fai, Timmy Hung, Wayne Lai