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
Three very different young women, Hei, Kimmy and May, who were inseparable school friends. A shocking incident provides a climactic test to them. Will the girls stay friends? Can Hei embrace life and love again? Will May abandon her movie dreams? Will Kimmy let jealousy get the better of her?
Three women from very different backgrounds decide to come together to start new careers and become business partners. MBA Partners delicately combines friendship, love and drama to create this feel-good movie for contemporary women.
Small-town policeman Ma Shan (Jiang Wen) is in a panic one day when his gun goes missing and a former lover, Li Xiaomeng (Ning Jing) turns up dead. Desperated Ma goes all out to trap the killer. Firearms are rare in China, and losing a firearm is a serious offence for a police officer. Ma Shan is overwhelmed by the burden of finding the gun and also struggles to keep the love and respect of his wife and young son. As the drama progresses, he realizes that his gun is not the only thing missing in his life...
Ao's parents work overseas, leaving Ao with his deaf and taciturn grandfather. Ao runs away. He meets Lan. She had been kidnapped and has just escaped. Bad guys are chasing her. Ao fights them off and they head towards Lan's home. Meanwhile, Ao's parents return, and get the police involved. Ao and Lan bond on the journey. They arrive at Lan's village where her home has been reduced to rubble. The bad guys and the Gang Boss also arrive. Ao and Lan wage war against them. Soon, Ao's parents, grandfather and the police also arrive, and arrest all the bad guys! The family is reunited. Everyone is happy, including Lan, who now has a new home with her new family.
Directed by Derek Yee, this touching drama depicts young migrants' dream of stardom at China's Hengdian World Studios, also nicknamed the "Hollywood of the East". Featuring guest appearances from Hong Kong stars including Daniel Wu, Anita Yuen, Alex Fong and Stephen Fung.
Wan Guo Peng, Wang Ting, Wang Zhao, Jiang Tao, Zhang Wen Bin, Yang Yu Jian, Shen Kai, Xu Xiao Qin, Daniel Wu, Anita Yuen, Alex Fong, Stephen Fung
A Chinese wine expert (Leon Lai) residing in France is contacted by his childhood buddy (Zhang Hanyu) in China to help him auction for a bottle of 1855 vintage wine on behalf of the Chinese government. But little does he realize he is about to enter an age-old feud between rivaling vineyards and a historical mystery that might shatter the whole wine industry.
The group of young people in Psychic Park all have supernatural powers: Moon (Isabella Leung) can communicate with insects; Hyland (Berlin Chen) has "pushing" powers; Idol Sasako (Charlene Choi) can fly; Auntie (Gillian Chung) is perpetually youthful; and there's the ladybug with only one dot, Cootchie. After one major disaster, it seems that no amount of supernatural powers in the world can save the day. We never thought that the most magical force in the world is the love and courage inside each one of us!