College student Nam (Michelle Wai) juggles school and a part-time gig as a photographer's assistant for her longtime friend Chun Man (Carlos Chan), who holds an obvious torch for her. With high school reunion coming up, Nam recalls her abbreviated puppy love with classmate To Chi (Ken Hung), her almost boyfriend who left suddenly for Canada. Their bickering relationship ended over a misunderstanding back in high school, but the two reconnect immediately when they meet again. Nam is as happy as could be with To Chi. But one day Chun Man tells her that To Chi is actually comatose in Canada, and that no one else can see To Chi.
War and chaos plagued China in the early years of the Republic era. Two master swindlers, "Ghost Face" (Richie Jen) and "Stone Buddha" (Tengger) are sworn enemies drawn together in a daring plot to steal a trainload of gold that the Japanese conspirators used to fund Chinese warlord Admiral Wang (Jiu Kong). But the duo are not the only people coveting the mammoth treasure - on their way to the remote northwestern desert town where the gold is headed, they encounter a host of people, each with their own agenda but all trying to outwit one another with their schemes and schemes-within-schemes...
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
Sequel to the hit fantasy comedy franchise A Chinese Odyssey loosely based on Journey to the West, starring Tiffany Tang as Zixia, who travels back to the past in order to prevent the tragedy brought by the battle and the budding love between the Monkey King and her.
Geng Hon, Yan Tang, Karen Mok, Jing Wu, Gillian Chung
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
This heart-breaking romantic tale starts from a beautiful lie. A Korean student who has only 6 months to live falls in love with a young Chinese woman in Shanghai. Rather than letting her see him die, he makes up his mind to break up with her...
Nicholas Tse, Joey Yung & Eason Chan star in this horror comedy. Wan Fei (Joey Yung) is a promising Chinese Opera singer in love with Ho Fung (Nicholas Tse). She plans to sing for him from the stage, but dies mid-song in an accident. Years later, Wan Fei's ghost returns, and finds that part of her spirit has been reincarnated in the form of Chor-bat (Eason Chan). Wan Fei still longs to sing her song for her lover…
Set in 1920s Shanghai, Ma Zouri and Xiang Feitian establish a notorious beauty pageant called the Flowers Competition. All of the city's elite attend the gala event, but when one of the competitors unexpectedly wins, it sets into motion a series of tragic events that change their destinies.
After it is discovered that the drugs seized on the Chinese ships had been planted by the henchman of a notorious drug cartel leader named Naw Khar, the governments of Thailand, Laos, Myanmar and China launch a joint task force to apprehend the criminal by sending a band of elite narcotics officers to the Golden Triangle to uncover the truth.
"Guia in Love" is a series of intertwining love stories set in picturesque Macau. With an elite cast including Stephy Tang, Wilson Lam, Wilfred Lau, Fiona Sit and Vivian Chan, the romantic drama is a gentle insight into the challenges of modern-day relationships.
Stephy Tang, Wong You Nam, Annie Lau, Wilfred Lau, Babyjohn, Vivian Chan, Terence Chui, Wilson Lam, Vincent Wan
Gil (Gillian Chung) is a vengeful girl who's just lost her boyfriend. Out of reckless anger, she joins the Fantastic Water Babes swimming competition against her romantic rival and her friends, even though she doesn't know how to swim. When celebrity swimmer Yuen (Alex Fong) doesn't follow through on his public promise to help her, Gil kidnaps him to Cheung Chau to make him teach her and her friends how to swim. With the entire community of Cheung Chau working to keep Yuen on the island, there is no escape for him. Yuen slowly comes to like the community and Gil, but will that make her give up her revenge plan?