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
Produced by Johnnie To, this criminal thriller focuses on Hong Kong's three notorious thieves who have never met one another but is rumor to be joining forces to pull off something big before the Handover.
Little daughter Chen Xue (Priscilla Wong) at the age of five, whose parents separated and since then, she had not been seeing her mother Lu Xiyun (GiGi Wong) for twenty some years. When Chen Xue at the age of 25, her boyfriend Shi Luwei (Wan Kai) gave a 2-month-old white Westie dog, named Snowee, to her as a Christmas gift. In the days of raising puppy, as maternal instinct, Chen Xue slowly changed her attitue towards her mother's resentment; Lu Xiyun alternatively, when taking care of little Snowee, re-called her old time when feeding little daughter; from time to time, she called Snowee’s name as little daughter's nickname. Gratefully, Snowee brought both mother and daughter the most memorable time.
Sit Ho Ching (Bosco Wong) and his girlfriend, Elna (Stephy Tang) are set up by the boss. Elna cheats on him, then he becomes jobless and single. Our hapless hero decides to pursue wealth and fame by any means. Ching finds himself in a dangerous situation and is saved by his relatives. Finally, he earns a pile of money, but is shocked when his father (Liu Kai Chi) is struck down by cancer...
Bosco Wong, William Chan, Michael Tse, Stephy Tang, Rose Chan
In 1992, a heavy rainstorm caused a massive power outage in Hong Kong. During that night, two young astrology enthusiasts, Moon and Sun, met under the starry night by the seaside. When their affection to each other grew, Sun was admitted into a boarding school and would move to another country in a few months under his father's plan.
Like the sun and moon, the couple could hardly see each other despite that they were living in the same city, but their love endured amidst the separation and opposition from Moon’s mother. But as they overcome the challenges from teachers, friends and family, the time eventually comes for Sun to depart…
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.
Donnie Yen stars as infamous real-life drug kingpin Crippled Ho, who came to Hong Kong an illegal immigrant in 1963 and ruthlessly carved an empire from the chaotic underworld of drug dealers and corrupt police that ruled the city under notorious detective Lee Rock (Andy Lau).
After his mother's death, Chan Kai-yuk (Carlos Chan) feels so alone that he leaves Guangzhou for Hong Kong to attempts to reunite with his father. Alone and homeless, Yuk is taken in by Fan (Kara Hui), a middle-aged recluse and is in the early stages of cognitive disorder, who he randomly encountered and helped.
Carlos Chan, Kara Hui, Louis Cheung, Cya Liu, Lawrence Chou, Yan Ng
Female students in Baicheng are missing and killed by vampires. Exorcism trio tries to trace and hunt them down. Can Ming, a Millennium vampire, disguises as Baicheng Warlord, only to collect the blood of missing girls...
Li Yang, Xue Xiaoran, Zhuang Xiabo, Sky Li, Ayden Wong
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