Three women from very different backgrounds decide to come together to start new careers and become business partners. MBA Partners delicately combines friendship, love and drama to create this feel-good movie for contemporary women.
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
Set amid the chaos of pre-revolutionary China, small time thief, Sing, aspires to be one of the Axe Gang whose underworld activities overshadow the city. Stumbling across a crowded apartment complex aptly known as "Pig Sty Alley", Sing attempts to extort money from one of the ordinary locals, but the neighbors are not what they appear. Sing’s comical attempts at intimidation inadvertently attract the Axe Gang into the fray. As the inhabitants of the Pig Sty fight for their lives, the ensuing clash of kung fu titans unearths some legendary martial arts Masters….
Lifelong friends Tin (Sean Lau), Chow (Louis Koo) and Wai (Nick Cheung) all work for the Hong Kong Police Department's Narcotics Bureau. The three tough law enforcers would readily risk their lives for each other, but a dangerous mission in Thailand could put their brotherly bond to the test. Capturing notorious “Eight-faced Buddha”, South East Asia’s most powerful drug lord, would give ambitious chief inspector Tin the promotion he has been working toward, while his loyal deputy Wai would be happy with a little more respect and glory. Chow strongly objects to the international mission, but he realizes that success could be his ticket to stop undercover work and live a normal life with his pregnant wife. In Thailand, Tin and Wai collaborate with local police to plan an operation to trap Eight-faced Buddha through Chow's undercover gang. The covert operation goes bad at the last minute, and a battle breaks out. The three friends are confronted by a tragic emotional dilemma... Five years later, burdened with personal hardship, two friends are still seeking to revenge the loss of a third. Friendship turns into rivalry and brotherhood must be sacrificed once again. A war between good and evil unfolds, and there's no turning back!
Foon, a womanizing radio DJ gets involved with Holli-yok (Maggie Cheung) who has an obsession with American movies. They wander around acting out movie parodies until one day, she catches him with another woman and he gets brain damage. Meanwhile, Foon's brother (Leslie Cheung) is a feminine florist who engages in a gender-bending battle with his cousin, the butch Teresa Mo. The last coupling features Sandra Ng as a frumpy housewife who undergoes an ugly duckling transformation to spite her husband, the eldest brother Raymond Wong. The hijinks are piled up to entertain you along the way.
Leslie Cheung, Stephen Chow, Raymond Wong, Teresa Mo, Sandra Ng, Maggie Cheung
Starring Uncle Frankie, the movies shows a conservative father and his future Caucasian son-in-law accepting each other’s cultural differences through a nationwide journey to hand-deliver wedding invitations.
Tat Ming Cheung stars as the actor who portrayed the famous Justice Sung Sai Kit. When he encounters a mysterious woman, he is suddenly sent back into time to the Qing dynasty. There, he reprises his role as the famous Qing dynasty lawyer and sets out to protect the poor from the wealthy.
However, little does he know that time travelling is outlawed, and the time-travel police are on the hunt to stop the duo from changing history…
Ma Yongzhen (Philip Ng) and Lung Chat (Andy On) are renowned after taking down the Axe Gang, the largest triad gang in Shanghai. Ma is also helped by a kung fu master, the Iron Leader (Sammo Hung), to fight against their enemy. Being defeated, the Axe Gang holds a grudge and kills Lung. Ma, after watching his brother die, decides to take revenge.
After a tiff at the airport, Yi (Gillian Chung) ditches her toy boy and runs into her ex, Ping (William Chan) with his present girlfriend, Cee (Michelle Wai). Without a place to stay, Yi accepts their offer to crash at their new home. Despite the initial awkwardness, old passions are ignited and the accommodating Cee finds her patience stretched when it becomes clear Ping still has feelings for Yi. Looking back on her journey of self-discovery, Yi takes a candid and honest look at her sentimental education as memories of lovers – past and present – come rushing back and she realizes that instead of moving on with her life, she has been going round in circles. What she is searching for may not be as out of reach as she may have thought.
Former Shaolin monk and martial arts action star Xing Yu plays Vajra, a child kidnapped and trained as an assassin during WWII by the Japanese. Several years later, Vajra escapes to China and joins Shaolin, where he receives spiritual enlightenment and becomes determined to support China against Japan.
Shi Yan Neng, Yoo Seung Jun, Nam Hyun Joon, Jiang Bao Cheng
Don't miss this romantic-comedy starring Pakho Chau and Annie Liu about the marriage of an actress and an entertainment reporter! My Wife is a Superstar follows the struggles the couple go through between maintaining their relationship and climbing their respective career ladders.
After Goddess Nuwa (Zhang Zilin) sacrifices herself to save the mortal world, the mischievous Monkey King (Donnie Yen) comes into being from one of her crystals. Powerful and uncontrollable, Monkey King challenges the Jade Emperor (Chow Yun Fat) and causes an uproar in heaven, unwittingly creating an opportunity for the wicked Buffalo Demon King (Aaron Kwok) to wage war in heaven.