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
During the Japanese occupation of Hong Kong, Fan Lan is recruited to the anti-Japanese guerrilla for her intelligence. But when her mother takes her place and becomes arrested, Fan is forced to turn to a friend who now works for the Japanese....
Zhou Xun, Deanie Ip, Eddie Peng, Wallace Huo, Jessie Li, Tony Leung, Nina Paw
Jackie Chan stars in this action-comedy about a team of guerilla fighters named the Railroad Tigers. Set in 1940s China, the Railroad tigers attempt to humiliate the Japanese army by stealing their supplies in order to get food for the poor.
Jackie Chan, Huang Zitao, Wang Kai, Hiroyuki Ikeuchi, Darren Wang, Xu Fan
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.
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
Featuring a star-studded cast including, Louis Koo, Daniel Woo, Gao Yuan-yuan, Miriam Yeung and Vic Chow, Don.t Go Breaking My Heart 2 tells the story of two former lovers irresistibly drawn back together, despite the fact that each of them is engaged to someone else.
ChanTan(by Aaron Kwok), a private detective in Thailand, travelled to Malaysia following the clues in a photo. There he looked for a man called Chai(byChan Koon Tai), who might help reveal the truths behind the murder of his parents 30 years ago. Chai's adopted daughter Zi-wei(by Jiang Yi Yan) was an orphan of Chinese descent. Under Zi-wei'sguidance, Chanfinally found Chai. But Chai said the man in the photo, Pang, a drug dealer, died quite some time ago. Meanwhile, Chanwas informed that his home was broken into. Chanthen rushed back to Thailand. Back home, Chanfound a secret compartment under his bed. But it was ransacked. He suspected what was once stashed there might have something to do with his parents'death. He could do nothing but seek help from a Malaysian private detective. Chanfound ZhengFong-hei(by Nick Cheung), a Malaysian detective born in China. Together they decided to meet Chai again. But before they could find Chai, they had a fight and went separate ways. Chanlooked for Chai by himself. Questioned repeatedly, Chai disclosed a guy called Uncle Bomight know something about his parents'death. Chanwent to visit Uncle Boaccording to the information, but was ambushed and almost got killed. Chanhad no choice but to seek Zheng's help again. Together they arrived at Chai's onlyto see a bunch of police officers conducting investigation there. Chai had gone missing. Chanand Zheng believed Chai was dead. Chanapproached Uncle Boand got a mysterious cassettetape from him, but shortly after Uncle Bowas killed right in front of his eyes. The two of them went to Zi-weiagain for more clues. Zi-weioverheard Chai talking to a man called Da-junon the phone. They mentioned having acquired an object and it was hidden in Guangzhou, China. Chanand Zi-weithen headed straight to Guangzhou. Chanmet Pang and Da-jun, hesaid hewasn't there for revenge, but to prove his parents'innocence. Pang was convinced somehow. He said Da-juntook a reel of Super 8mm film under his bed. Chan's parents captured the evidence of Qing's crime on the film and Qingwas the mastermind behind thiswhole scheme,thatwas whythey ended up being murdered. Right then, Changot a phone call from Qingwho said he had Zheng held for ransom. Qingasked for the film in exchenge of Zheng's life. Chanwent to deal with Qingalone. At the same time, Malaysian policealreadyreceived the Super 8mm film whichcapturedthe substantial evidence of Qing's crime...
Aaron Kwok, Nick Cheung, Jiang Yi Yan, Chan Koon Tai
In this comedy action-fantasy, Benny Chan stars as Daoji, a mystic monk during the Southern Song dynasty that has be tasked to protect the people from monsters. But when the Emperor dies under suspicious circumstances, Daoji uncovers an evil conspiracy, and must seek the help from the Emperor of the Gods and five of the strongest demigods to combat the dark forces threatening the world!
As the tenth directorial effort by comedy superstar-turned-director, Stephen Chow, this fantasy-comedy stars newcomer, Lin Yun, as a mermaid who is tasked to seduce a ruthless real estate developer in order to save her kind's natural habitat.
Deng Chao, Show Luo, Kitty Zhang, Lin Yun, Kris Wu
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.