In this action-packed sequel now currently ranked as the highest-grossing film in China of 2015, Chow Yun Fat reprises his role as Ken, the God of Gamblers. After foiling the criminal plans of the international money-laundering syndicate DOA, our hero from Macau, Ken, is ready to sit back and enjoy life. However, Ken's plan for a calm existence comes to a halt when his protege, Vincent (Shawn YUE) joins Interpol and asks for his master's help in arresting the real mastermind of DOA, Ms. Aoi.
Yuen Biao and Yuen Wah star as two Ming Dynasty warriors who wake up in modern day Hong Kong in this action fantasy. Their fight started some three hundred years ago when royal guard Fong (Yuen Biao) is ordered to pursue his senior, Sam (Yuen Wah), who is a serial killer and rapist with powerful martial arts skills. The two of them duel it out, but somehow get frozen in ice. A few centuries later, they get unearthed and defrosted in a world completely strange to them. Fortunately for Fong, he is befriended by a femme fatale called Polly (Maggie Cheung) who helps him adapt to his new life. But when Sam is back to his old nasty deeds again, Fong must again try to do what he failed to do before - to bring Sam to justice.
Teacher Gao of the Shuiquan Primary School has to be away from school for a month to tend to his ailing mother. The mayor of the village finds a substitute teacher, Wei Minzhi, to take over the class for Teacher Gao. Seeing that Wei Minzhi is only 13 years old, Teacher Gao protests to the mayor that such a young girl will not be able to teach students who are her own age or slightly younger. The mayor replies that finding anyone in that rural area who is willing to take the job is no mean feat, and that at the least she can keep an eye on things while Teacher Gao is away. Teacher Gao's class had 40 students at the beginning of the school year, but increasing attrition has brought that number down to 28. Teacher Gao admonishes Wei Minzhi that she must not allow even one more student to drop out while he's gone and promises her an extra 10 yuan in pay if she succeeds. Wei faithfully calls the roster every day and then sets the students to copying lessons from the blackboard. She is not overly concerned about whether the students actually learn anything as long as they stay put; she ends up spending most of each day sitting guard outside the classroom door. Ten-year-old student Zhang Huike is a bright but naughty boy who often tries Wei's patience as she works to keep a semblance of order amongst the children. His family is in serious financial debt, however, and when he fails to appear in class one morning, Wei discovers he has been forced to go to the city to find work. With Teacher Gao's words still firmly in her mind but only a vague idea of where the boy might be, Wei Minzhi sets off on her own to the big city to try to find Zhang Huike and bring him back.
Wei Min Zhi, Zhang Hui Ke, Tian Zheng Da, Gao En Man
The cops can’t control him. The mob wants him dead. And time is running out. Donnie Yen is Detective Chen Zilong but the criminal underworld knows him as Dragon Chen, a dangerous but effective enforcer. When rivalries explode with the reappearance of an old enemy and a brutal murder, the Triads close ranks and unleash a series of executions with Chen at the top of the list. Under attack, he has no choice but to rely on a new partner (Jing Tian) and his knowledge of the streets to get out alive.
Donnie Yen, Andy On, Ronald Cheng, Jing Tian, Hanyu Zhan
Jiang Shun, a man with an IQ level of a preschooler, one day finds an abandoned baby. He decides to adopt her and names her Jiang Chong Ming, meaning clever. As Chong Ming grows up, she indeed grows to be a smart and clever girl who protects her father from being bullied by the village kids. But when Chong Ming reaches adolescence and starts to discover romance, she starts feeling that her father`s existence is a burden.
Adapted from the hugely successful Hong Kong TV series, this star-studded film adaptation centers on an airline crew and tells the stories of three couples: the new CEO of the airline re-encountering his old flame, a rock star who is hired to film an airline promo teaming up with flight consultant Sam, and a pilot who coming across a daring lady.
Louis Koo, Francis Ng, Julian Cheung, Sammi Cheng, Charmaine Sheh, Amber Kuo
Inspired by the hit TV series The Bund, two brothers who have gone through life and death together now become adversaries after they get involved with Shanghainese gangster, Mr. Tong, who aims to dominate the city.
Peter Ho, Huang Zitao, Guli Nazha, Wang Xueqim Choo Ja-hyun, Long Meizi
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.
Alex Fong and Ivana Wong star in this romantic-comedy where Don (Alex Fong) wakes up not remembering anything. Finding a kidnapped girl next to him, he decides to follow her lead in order to regain his memory. But little does he know that she is using the kidnapping in order to catch her father’s attention.
A young cop, who vows to get revenge on his parents' murderer, founds that one of the key assassins in the criminal group is his long lost sister, who is oblivious about her own background. With such coincidence, he struggles to do the right thing and is forced to choose between family and justice.
A light-hearted romantic-comedy set in the scenic Penghu Islands in Taiwan starring Shu Qi and Richie Jen about a wealthy girl running into a local hostel owner whose business is in danger of closing down.
In the early 1920's, on the streets of Beijing, the nation's most talented performers have gathered to show off their most spectacular skills. One day, a challenge is set: 50 silver dollars to whoever can reproduce the incredible magic trick "Eight Immortals' Treat". Zhang Xian appears amidst the waiting crowd and decides to try his hand at it.
Hong Kong pop singer-actress Sammi Cheng appears in cop comedy Lady Cop and Papa Crook, her first role on the big screen since Everlasting Regret. Opposite Cheng is another top Hong Kong pop singer Eason Chan. As long-time writing partners, Alan Mak and Felix Chong share writing credits for the hugely successful Infernal Affairs trilogy, Confession of Pain and the recent Overheard. The duo won best screenplay for the first Infernal Affairs at both the Hong Kong Film Awards and the Golden Bauhinia. John Fok (Eason Chan) is the kingpin of illegal red oil in China. When an oil tanker explodes accidentally, he becomes the focus of investigation by Hong Kong and Mainland Chinese police and is forced to halt his business to wait things out. Just as he is finally ready to turn his fortune around, however, his only son is kidnapped. Senior Inspector Molline Szeto (Sammi Cheng) is the rising star in the police force, who is well praised for busting crime with her characteristic sangfroid and precision. However, in matters of love, she is totally at wit's end. Poised at the crossroad of her life, she is thrilled to be assigned to investigate the kidnap of John's son. John dispatches his whole gang to ferret out his son's whereabouts, only to find out that his rivals are redeploying people in China to assail him. Just when he is about to order an all-out fight back, Molline suddenly arrives with her team to garrison at his house. Spurning her at first, he soon finds her critical analysis of the situation at hand both apt and useful. An unlikely cooperation between cops and crooks thus ensues, leading to conflicts and clashes galore at every step till the very end.
Sammi Cheng,Eason Chan, Kate Tsui, Zhang Guo Li, Liu Kai Chi, Conroy Chan, Chapman To, Michelle Yip, Dong Yong, Chen Bao Yuan, Michelle Lo