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
Three best friends embark to a soul-searching journey through the provinces of China. From cities, small towns, hills, forests to deserts, they experience the sadness and happiness through different people and animals, saying hello at one start, waving goodbye at one end.
Bowl (Kenny Kwan) and Noodle (Steven Cheung) are two idle highschool students who need to evade three menaces each day before they can enter their school. Little bully Razor (Cheung Tat Ming) chases them over a minor dispute, the uniformed policeman David (Tats Lau Yee Tat) body-searches everyone he sees, and the small-time gangster Ganker (Chan Wai Man) looks out for new blood to join his ever-shrinking business. Pride and dignity seem so out of reach. Bowl does not even know how to sound convincing when he tries to persuade his sister Candy (Katie Kwok) not to walk down the wrong path. If only they can find the guiding light to fame and fortune, then life will be fine again. Some dreams do come true. Trying to stay ahead of Razor, Bowl and Noodle join Ganker and end up at a gangster conference where the Boss (Ray Lui) gives them HK$300,000 to perform a Mission of Glory at 6 am the next morning. It is a lot of money and a way to fame, but a deadly mission awaits them. With ten hours left to go, there is money to spend, families to visit, idols (special appearances by Twins) to meet and unspoken love to be voiced. Before daybreak, can Bowl and Noodle turn a nightmare into a self-fulfilling experience?
Steven Cheung, Kenny Kwan, Katie Kwok, Gillian Chung, Charlene Choi
A light-hearted romantic-comedy set in the scenic Penghu Islands in Taiwan starring Shu Qi and Richie Jen about a wealthy girl running into a local hostel owner whose business is in danger of closing down.
The film centers on an extraordinary martial arts school called "Twins", whose members are all twins. Some former members now perform circus acts, including acrobats Pearl and Jade (Charlene Choi and Gillian Chung). Another former member Lau Hay (Wu Jing), whose twin brother is gravely ill, is commissioned to protect the mysterious "Heaven's Bead" from Tibet together with Uncle Luck (Sammo Hung). However, some evil former Twins members rob the precious bead, prompting Uncle Luck to seek help from ex-Twins leader Chang Chung (Yuen Wah). He then sends Pearl and Jade for a mission to uncover the "Heaven's Bead"...
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?
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.
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