Xiao Ming, who has grown up lacking the care and love from his separated parents, invites his friends to his house for a party. But by bragging about how rich his family is, he unwittingly attracts two thieves in this hilarious comedy.
Qiao Shan, Xu Jun Cong, Fei Wei Ni, Lu Ye, Luo Jia, Zhang Rui Yu
Chi-yi is a veteran cop, who values his own safety more than anything else and is therefore infamous for his cowardice and poor efficiency at work. Yi-ping, on the other hand, is just graduated from the police academy and is more than ready to prove herself regardless of any risks. Daughter of the head of the National Policy Agency, Yi-ping is secretly kept away from danger by being appointed to team up with Chi-yi. Starting from a seemingly pointless case of a puppy's accidental death, from eating chocolate, the essentially incompatible pair unexpectedly digs up the clues to a series of mysterious deaths.
Ah Long (Chow Yun Fat), a former motorcycle racer, was sentenced to jail, leaving his pregnant girlfriend Por Por (Sylvia Chang) alone. Por Por was tricked to believe her newborn son was dead so she left Hong Kong. After his release, Ah Long tries to put a life together for himself and his son as a truck driver for a quarry. Ten years later, the three of them encounter...
Chow Yun Fat, Huang Kun Hsuen, Ng Mang Tat, Sylvia Chang
A Hong Kong actress embarks on a journey of self-discovery from Shanghai to Guilin after she believes to have stumbled upon an affair between her husband and his secretary at their 10th wedding anniversary.
Irene Wan, Patrick Tam, Zhao Bing Rui, Charmaine Fong
Due to injuries to his nerve system, orphan Siu Bo lost his ability to laugh when he was young. Feeling guilty for what happened, his uncle Qing Song arranges a position for him in a funeral home in the city. Haunted by what he sees every night there, he braves his fears with the support of his uncle who always reminds him of the meaning of their work for the deceased. Along the way, he also finds a way to cope with death when it finally knocks on his door.
Half Japanese Hong Kong girl Mari Hirakawa inherits her father’s dojo after his death. Forced under her father’s training in the past, Mari has become resentful of Karate and wants to sell the dojo as soon as possible. But the only way for her to succeed is to take on a bet with one of his father’s ex-student, Chan Keung, and compete in a legitimate martial arts competition that will ultimately change her life forever.
Stephy Tang, Chapman To, Yasuaki Kurata, Stephen Au
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.
The second biggest hits in China during the 2016 lunar New Year holiday! A sequel to the 2014 record-breaking box office action-fantasy hit, The Monkey King, starring Hong Kong superstar Aaron Kwok as the Monkey King with Gong Li as the White Bone Spirit!
Aaron Kwok, Gong Li, Feng Shao Feng, Xiao Shen Yang, Him Law, Fei Xiang