Slam is the first basketball film in Asia telling of three boys fighting to win a basketball game. Director presents a vivid life scenery of Beijing, China's rapidly modernizing capital city and host of the 2008 Olympics. There is always struggle before the victory. Mouth (Lin Xiao-fan) is a typical introverted kid who's having major troubles with his non performance in his schoolwork. On the last day of school during final exams, he and his best friends Monkey (Zhang Yi-shan) and Jason (Zhou Li-ming) run into the captain of the high school basketball team and his entourage. The captain swears to make the boys summer break a living hell. Their building conflict ends up taking all parties to the finals of annual 3-on-3 basketball tournament. Having to face the biggest bullies on the court; will the boys win back their pride?
Lin Xiao Fan, Zhang Yi Shan, Zhou Li Ming, Zhao Wen Qi
It's hardly a coincidence that Sam (Andy Lau) is considered the most eligible bachelor in town. Not only is he a young, smart, and insightful entrepreneur with a coveted fortune, but he also happens to be a blithe spirit with a carefree attitude to life. However, every success has its price. Sam has already divorced three times and finds himself crawling back to the game of love sooner than he has expected. It is love at first sight when Sam chances upon a feisty, fast-talking woman with the odd name of Milan (Shu Qi) at a Macau casino. But the catch is, she is a part-time poker dealer and a full-time cabaret dancer, "careers" not exactly congruent with his station in life. Fallen in love against all odds, this mismatched couple soon makes headline in all media which turn Milan into an It girl overnight.
Andy Lau, Shu Qi, Denise Ho, Dominic Lam, Zhang Han Yu, George Lam, Rebecca Pan, John Chiang, Maria Cordero, Ella Koon
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.
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
A Chinese student travels to Prague and begins a journey of self-discovery in this romantic-drama starring Kris Wu from the Korean boy band EXO and topping the box-office charts in its first six days of release in China.
Kris Wu, Wang Li Kun, Reyizha Alimjan, Juck Zhang, Xu Jing Lei
Otaku (Jam Hsiao) and his roommate Mr. Cheap (Da Peng) are two well-known geeks in the college. And like any normal guy, their ultimate goal is having the romance of their dream. Mr. Cheap pretends to be rich and is always looking for opportunities to get closer to his dream girl Mei (Xie Na), while the tongue-tied Otaku tries to create "coincidences" everywhere in campus in order to talk to class beauty Ling (Maggie Jiang), but it all ends in embarrassment. The school's famous couples party is fast approaching, and the only person to show up without a date will have their names printed on the so-called "pillar of shame" and be mocked forever. To avoid being teased by others, Otaku and Mr. Cheap decide to put away lame disguises and try winning their girls' hearts by being sincere and earnest. With dignities of the geeks at stake, a fierce battle for love is about to kick off...
A martial arts instructor from the police force gets imprisoned after killing a man by accident. But when a vicious killer starts targeting martial arts masters, the instructor offers to help the police in return for his freedom.
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.