Separated for years, iconic Chinese painting Dwelling in the Fushan Mountains is about to be united again in a grand ceremony. Before the ceremony could take place, a British arms dealer steals one half of the painting from a Taiwan museum. Customs agent Xiao Jinhan (Andy Lau) is immediately called in to retrieve the stolen painting just as Japanese smuggler Yamamoto (Tong Dawei) aims to steal the other half from a Zhejiang museum. The half in Zhejiang is protected by Jinhan's insurance investigator wife Yuyan (Zhang Jingchu), who doesn't know her husband's real occupation. With the mysterious Lisa (Lin Chi Ling) playing both sides, who will come out on top and put the painting back together again?
The villagers in the remote and isolated Desire Village in China are constantly caught in everyday conflicts and complicated relationships. However, when a mysterious Taoist priest drops in one day with a magical equipment that can erase one's memory, all the villagers were able to forget about their troubled past. But as trouble begins to brew around the corner, the villagers are now in grave danger as none of them are aware of their false happiness and remember their former identities!
Tyler is a restless, streetwise 21-year-old Hong Kong native who's had trouble gaining the trust of others all his life. He secretly fantasizes about living the good life in South America. After a while, he is forced to deal with the reality of impending fatherhood. Hankering for quick cash, however, he joins a bodyguard company. Later, he makes friends with a once disillusioned mercenary determined to begin life in a new way. However, their companionship is brief: they both are uncontrollably forced toward opposite sides of a deadly showdown...
Nicholas Tse, Wu Bai, Candy Lo, Cathy Tsui, Anthony Wong, Couto Remotigue Jr
Heng is a high school student whose mother abandoned the family eight years ago. You Mei is a teacher whose husband is having an affair. When You Mei becomes the temporary teacher at Heng's school, the two lonely souls develop an affectionate bond that may be love.
Catch this Chinese fantasy-action-adventure film directed by Derek Kwok and starring Eddie Peng in the title role of The Monkey King alongside Ni Ni, Shawn Yue, Oho Ou and Zheng Shuang. The film is based on a popular internet novel titled Wukong Biography written by Jin Hezai.
In this action-comedy starring martial arts duo Jackie Chan and Sammo Hung, a lawyer (Jackie Chan) is hired by a chemical company of questionable ethics and must eventually make a difficult decision when his employer's motives become clear.
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
In the ancient land of Huadu, ruthless Empress (Qu Ying) and her chief eunuch, Chiu Ngai (Daniel Wu), live in fear of a prophecy saying that a boy shall rise to become Emperor. To prevent this, the empress sends out her warriors to kill any child who fulfils the prediction... Char (Jaycee Chan), is the humble boy born to be Emperor. He and his adopted brother Coal (Chen Po-lin) perform in a traveling show run by their foster father Blackwood (Tony Leung Ka-fai). Their friend Tao (Edison Chen) gives them a stone with a treasure map engraved upon it. The pair set out on an epic journey to find fortune and glory. They are joined on their odyssey by two fierce warrior women, Blue (Gillian Chung) and Spring (Charlene Choi), and together, they survive a series of challenges.
Jaycee Chan, Gillian Chung, Charlene Choi, Chen Bo Lin, Donnie Yen, Daniel Wu, Edison Chan, Tony Leung Ka-fai, Qu Ying, Fan Bing Bing, Jackie Chan
The Magic Kitchen is an ensemble of Hong Kong superstars Sammi Cheung and Andy Lau plus the popular young icon Jerry Yan, all three heartthrobs create an invincible synergy. The Magic Kitchen ranks the top 10 movies of the year. It is an adaptation of an eponymous novel by a Hong Kong new literary star Lin Yong-chen, in which the plot beautifully combines comedy and tasty food together. Yau (Sammi Cheung) is a famous chef who owns a speakeasy restaurant (what is speakeasy restaurant?) and cooks everything literally from the recipe book inherited from her deceased mother. Behind her successful career, she is haunted by a family curse overshadowing three generations and destines her to fail in every relationship. On a tour to the “Iron Chef” TV show in Japan with her assistant and secret admirer Hall (Jerry Yan), Yau meets her ex-boyfriend Chuen (Andy Lau) whom she still cannot let go after all these years. Even worse, she finds out that Chuen is in a happy relationship and going to engage her best friend. Overwhelmed by shocking and heartbreaking truths during the tour, Yau suddenly realizes that the key to break the curse is to start a fresh new relationship with Hall.
Andy Lau, Sammi Cheng, Jerry Yan, Stephen Fung, Daniel Wu, Anthony Wong, Vincent Kuk
When three tech founders end up handing over their latest inventions to a sleazy tycoon that takes them for granted, they decide to kidnap the man’s wife, mistress, love child and her grandma for a huge random. But little did they know that the heartless tycoon, instead of paying the ransom, has instead hired an assassin to take them out…
Christine Eng, Justin Cheung, Eric Kwok, Jennifer Yu
Police Dave saves the life of a gang leader. When they commit another crime, Dave decides to destroy the gang from within. But when Dave discovers he has a mental disorder and is now wanted for murder, he executes one brilliant final move to achieve his goal.