In this remake of John Woo's legendary heroic bloodshed, a former drug smuggler attempts to start his life anew and repair his relationship with his estranged brother, who is an up-and- coming star in the police department's narcotics division.
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
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 contemporary film starring strong performances from newcomers Rainky Wai, Kabby Hui and Heidi Lee, "May We Chat" sheds light on the city's marginalized youth. Yan, Wai Wai and Yut Gei are three young women from very different backgrounds who met on WeChat, a social media platform, to discuss fashion, make-up and sex. When one of them is kidnapped, the other two attempt to find her, and dive into the world of prostitution and lowlife triads.
Single mother Helen Xin (Anita Yuen) wakes up and finds herself in an operation room, suffering from amnesia. Then in a close-door interrogation, a face-to-face conversation with a mysterious female detective Jenny (XiongNaijin) helps bringing some of her memory back. Later, it is revealed that Helen and her daughter Sisi (Zhang Zi-Mu) were kidnapped by some men in black and taken to a cave for a killing party. In a game where only one out of nine players will stay alive, how can Helen save her daughter and herself and make the great escape?
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.
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!
"Money, love, or dignity?" is the question underlining the movie Day of Redemption. The story follows Gu Bin, a dropout turned first-rate negotiating expert who is not afraid to resort to trickery in order to climb the ranks of society. Favored by Alice, the arrogant and bossy daughter of a rich businessman, Gu Bin is stunned to discover that his competitor in a business acquisition negotiation is none other than Zhou Ting, his first love and with whom he was in a relationship for eight years. In the ensuing nine-hour acquisition case, which takes place during a seemingly normal nine-hour workday, both Gu Bin and Zhou Ting must make a choice between work and love.
Yuen Biao and Yuen Wah star as two Ming Dynasty warriors who wake up in modern day Hong Kong in this action fantasy. Their fight started some three hundred years ago when royal guard Fong (Yuen Biao) is ordered to pursue his senior, Sam (Yuen Wah), who is a serial killer and rapist with powerful martial arts skills. The two of them duel it out, but somehow get frozen in ice. A few centuries later, they get unearthed and defrosted in a world completely strange to them. Fortunately for Fong, he is befriended by a femme fatale called Polly (Maggie Cheung) who helps him adapt to his new life. But when Sam is back to his old nasty deeds again, Fong must again try to do what he failed to do before - to bring Sam to justice.
Internet songwriter Jamie (Cherry Ngan) is gifted with an extraordinary retentive memory. One day, she was kidnapped by Yung (Ronald Cheng), a street punk, to a remote fish raft. In the hope to flee with the only ability she has, Jamie offers to give a spiritual music therapy to Yung. The two who have nothing in common begin to form an intimate bond through music. More than that, Jamie finds immense inspirations on this “floating stage”, while discovering the incredible singing voice in Yung - a seemingly hopeless criminal can also possess a voice as captivating as the sound of nature…