Female journalist Miaomiao Fang (Shanshan Yuan) accidentally snaps a photo of the top Korean star Zhun Hou (Park Chan Yeol) in a restroom of a night club and finds out his dark personal life. Zhun tries to protect his image and force Miaomiao's magazine to fire her. Now, despite losing her job and apartment, the intrepid young woman has taken on a new mission in life: Destroy Zhun at all costs.
Park Chan Yeol, Yuan Shan Shan, Jo Jiang, Seo Ju Hyun
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 Paws-Men are Tat Yan, Charlie, Seal, and Keith. When a dog is in need of rescue, the Paws-Men assemble to save the dog like Batman. “Paws-Men” tells the story of rescuing dogs, in which Paws-Men encounter many difficulties, such as a dog eatery, bullies and a dog abusing granny. Despite the hardships, Paws-Men gives us a peek into true friendships between dogs and humans, and makes us realise that saving dogs is not hard. It is dealing with people that is the real problem.
Three bosses play ghost pranks on their employees who stay late during the evenings to claim OT pay, only to be scared senseless when real ghosts in the haunted hotel appear. A Thai ghost thriller that will give you the chills when you’re at the office alone!
Ananda Everingham, Ray MacDonald, Shahkrit Yamnarm
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.
The Seventh Lie, a fictional film dealing with a disturbing world of treachery, and the unpleasant secrets of human nature, tells the story of four tales interweave in the hours of darkness in Hong Kong City.
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
When a talent manager meets a guy whose voice resembles the famous comedian Stephen Chow, things starts to stir up in the show biz. "Lucky Star 2015" is a hilarious comedy starring actors from both Hong Kong and Taiwan, including Eric Tsang, Dada Chan and Wong Cho Lam.
Alex Fong and Cecilia So star as two lost souls in this romantic comedy. One has been constantly physically abused and cheated on by his girlfriend, and the other was a former beer girl turned into a wandering spirit following a car accident. As the two begin to spend time together, love begins to repair their broken hearts.
Donnie Yen stars as infamous real-life drug kingpin Crippled Ho, who came to Hong Kong an illegal immigrant in 1963 and ruthlessly carved an empire from the chaotic underworld of drug dealers and corrupt police that ruled the city under notorious detective Lee Rock (Andy Lau).
Cui Minguo (Eason Chan) enters a major perfume company on the referral of his friend Tony (Harlem Yu) to work as the personal assistant to Mandy (Rene Liu), the fierce CEO. Eager to secure this well-paying job, which is intended only for those who can stand by 24/7, Minguo decides to keep his marriage a secret in the workplace - and that is not something he wants his wife Jingyi (Bai Bing) to know about either. In time, Mandy finds herself attracted to Minguo, and their professional relationship begins to turn a little ambiguous. During one fateful business trip abroad, as the two are drawn closer and closer by temptation, Minguo risks exposing his secret and jeopardizing both his career and marriage...
Mrs K is a housewife who lives in a quiet suburban neighborhood with her husband, Mr. K, and their daughter, Lil’ K. But when a stranger shows up to black Mrs. K, she is forced out of her sheltered life to face an old enemy and save her family.
The story is based on the Chinese legend "Journey to the West," which finds the playful, once-divine Monkey King (Stephen Chow), who is now reborn in a human form, employing a mysterious time-travel device (the titular box) in his quest to shed his human feet of clay. A showcase for the comic gifts of the rubber-faced and nimble Chow, with plenty of dramatic interest, special effects, and martial arts action.
Stephen Chow, Wu Meng Da, Lo Jia Ying, Athena Chu, Karen Mok, Lan Jie Ying