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?
Ha Yoon-ju (HAN Hyo-joo) who possesses crystal clear memory, keen observation, and utmost concentration skills, becomes the newest member to a unit within the Korean Police Forces Special Crime Unit (SCU) that specializes in surveillance activities on high profile criminals. She is assigned under Hwang Sang-jun (SEOL Kyung-gu), the veteran leader of the unit, who is rough, reckless, but warmhearted and known for his animal-like senses and intuition. The two gradually develop a close partnership when they attempt to track down James (JUNG Woo-sung), who is the cold-hearted leader of an armed criminal organization. Using his unmatched intelligence and strategy, James manages to evade their radar every time. Now, Hwang Sang-jun and Ha Yoon-ju must do everything they can in order to find him and stop him...
SEOL Kyung-gu, JUNG Woo-sung, HAN Hyo-joo, JIN Gyeong, LEE Jun-ho
Ken, a hairstylist gets a job to do a bride's hair. Much to his surprise, he bumps into his first lover, Bobo. It was the first day of summer vacation when the doctor diagnosed that Bobo's mother should have a kidney transplant surgery immediately. However, a kidney from the Mainland costs about $60,000 - an enormous sum for a destitute family like Bobo's. She was then referred by Wendy, her previous neighbour, a job as a high-class prostitute. Unable to offer a better option for Bobo, Ken could only support her decision.
Starring Uncle Frankie, the movies shows a conservative father and his future Caucasian son-in-law accepting each other’s cultural differences through a nationwide journey to hand-deliver wedding invitations.
About four hundred years ago, there was a little known island that China used as a penal colony. In time, Piao Dao (Floating Island), as it later was known, became a haven for traders and seafarers and a fiefdom of Master Hai, a learned strong man who famously refused to submit to the Ming government, angering the declining dynasty and earning himself and his men the epithet "The Hai Rebels." But Piao Dao thrived nonetheless, even attracting merchants and characters of all stripes from the mainland. As everywhere with a concentration of men and wealth, places to help them enjoy their successes naturally sprouted. Thus born the lively Flower Street, where the rich and the weary alike indulged fabulously in the pleasure of tenderness. Many of these transients never made it home and, instead, found their final resting place beneath the untamed soil of Piao Dao. Each year the islanders honored their memories by holding sacrificial rites on the fifteenth day of the seventh lunar month and the tradition, officially called the "Mid-Summer Fiesta," became one of the most important annual events. The highlight of the ceremony was a singing tribute by the best singing courtesans put forth from every brothel. Called "Singing Rites of the Courtesans," the girls soothed and comforted the displaced spirits with their magnificent voices. Along with the lustrous "Parade of the Courtesans," the ritual lit up the tiny paradise in the dark of the Pacific. But the good times came to an end when finally Ming soldiers wiped out The Hai Rebels and along with it the bustling port of trade. The distant memory of a penal colony devolved into a desolate leper's island. Legends has it that a frightful ghost ship filled with masked apparitions had commandeered the island as its anchorage and no one dare to step foot on it again.
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?
The third biggest hits in China during the 2016 lunar New Year holiday! The latest sequel to the action-comedy franchise, From Vegas to Macau, with new additions including Andy Lau resuming the role Michael Chan from God of Gamblers series and Jacky Cheung!
Chow Yun Fat, Andy Lau, Nick Cheung, Jacky Cheung, Chris Lee, Carina Lau
Yan, Le (Tien You Chi) and Xing (Chor-yiu Kwan) are three best friends since they were kids. They haven't met each other after Yan moved to another country. Twenty years later the three men are re-united through Facebook, and found themselves having gone very different ways. Yan, now a leading financial analyst, falls in love with a politician’s wife. Le, a poor college lecturer, found his real father whom he never met, with the help of his student lover. And Xing, a stylist who vows to say goodbye to his deprived past, engages in a relationship with a rich divorcee. The movie reveals how people value commitment in modern society, and explores controversial issues that most local films rarely touch.
Kelvin Kwan, Chui Tien You, Christopher Goh, Candy Law, Mandy Lieu, Joy
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.
College student Nam (Michelle Wai) juggles school and a part-time gig as a photographer's assistant for her longtime friend Chun Man (Carlos Chan), who holds an obvious torch for her. With high school reunion coming up, Nam recalls her abbreviated puppy love with classmate To Chi (Ken Hung), her almost boyfriend who left suddenly for Canada. Their bickering relationship ended over a misunderstanding back in high school, but the two reconnect immediately when they meet again. Nam is as happy as could be with To Chi. But one day Chun Man tells her that To Chi is actually comatose in Canada, and that no one else can see To Chi.
As a North Korean top-class agent, Ryu-hwan infiltrates into the South and assumes the role of a village idiot in a rural town. He observes the townsfolk and waits patiently for his mission. One day, after 2 years of playing the role of the village idiot, fellow elite spies Hae-rang, posed as a rock star and Hae-jin, posed as an ordinary high school student, are dispatched to the same town as Ryu-hwan. He helps the other two spies settle in and teach them how to adjust in the South. They get used to the life in the South alongside the village people, still waiting for the grand mission. With the drastic power shift in the North government, the three spies finally receive the mission, but it's nothing that they've been waiting for. Can they accomplish the mission and go back home as legend?
Kim Soo-Hyun, Park Ki-Woong, Lee Hyun-Woo, Son Hyun-Joo, Park Hay Sook, Kim Sung-Kyun
Action legend, Jackie Chan, commands the screen as Huang Xing: the fearless resistance leader and military genius, who opposed a 20,000-strong Imperial Army during the 1908 Guang Xi Uprising with only 200 men! Now, as military commander to legendary revolutionary leader, Sun Yat-sen, he will lead an impoverished and vastly outnumbered rebel army against the Emperor’s elite Royal Forces in a battle that will change the course of history!
Jackie Chan, Li Bing Bing, Winston Chao, Jaycee Chan, Hu Ge, Dennis To