As each character tries to solve present-day problems by reconciling perceived failures in past events, they discover that what they considered to be major sticking points in their personal histories either do not figure into the affected parties' lives as much as they thought they did, or are recollected in a very different way.
Louis Koo, Eric Tsang, Miriam Yeung, Gigi Leung, Ng Mang Tat, Carrie Ng
IDC Agent Jon (Jay Chou) sustains grave injuries on a mission and decides to spend his final days with his mother. She tells him a long-held secret. To fulfill her wishes, Jon goes to Southeast Asia. He befriends medical specialist Rachel ( Lin Peng). When she is forced into the schemes of a criminal organization, Jon attempts rescue and becomes the target of the organization that includes his estranged brother Yang (Nicholas Tse)! When the organization betrays Yang and kidnaps his daughter Sheng, the brothers join forces to rescue Rachel and Sheng.
Police officer Lam (Alex Fong) has been framed by the gangsters in a murder and is dismissed by the police force. Lam opens a restaurant on a small island and enjoys a peaceful life with his wife (Yoyo Mung). Unfortunately, the gangsters do not let Lam off easily and this leads to series of bloody encounters...
Alex Fong , Yoyo Mung Ka Wai, Chin Ka Lok , Chiu Yu , Sam Chan
"Money, love, or dignity?" is the question underlining the movie Day of Redemption. The story follows Gu Bin, a dropout turned first-rate negotiating expert who is not afraid to resort to trickery in order to climb the ranks of society. Favored by Alice, the arrogant and bossy daughter of a rich businessman, Gu Bin is stunned to discover that his competitor in a business acquisition negotiation is none other than Zhou Ting, his first love and with whom he was in a relationship for eight years. In the ensuing nine-hour acquisition case, which takes place during a seemingly normal nine-hour workday, both Gu Bin and Zhou Ting must make a choice between work and love.
Airline pilots Cool (Chapman To), Sam (Lam Tsz Chung) and Guy (Dominic Ho) were proud womanizers whom all took tremendous pleasure in making rounds with every stewardess they came across. But one day during a seemingly routine flight, they encounter a violent magnetic storm that sent them falling through a wormhole and travelling back in time to the Ming Dynasty!
Ai Yoshida will do anything for love, including traveling to Thailand with her boyfriend from Japan to run dope. When her boyfriend is kidnapped by the local gangster after a brawl at a bar, Ai sets out on rescue mission that sends her on action-packed roller-coaster ride where she meets a jailbird who breaks out of jail for love and a professional assassin.
Natsuna, Hiroshi Shinagawa, Candy Lo, Sam Lee, Xia Chao, Zhao Ke
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.
A group of happy-go-lucky employees of a broadband network company are used to muddling their way through each day at work. When massive layoffs are expected, they decide to pledge their loyalty to the company by signing up to the newly formed dragon boat team. Under the tutelage of a pretty, young yet no-nonsense coach, Dorothy (Jennifer Yu), they learn not just how to really race, but also to confront their own impending mid-life crises.
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
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.
This silver screen epic, a prequel to Infernal Affairs, hit the astonishing $16.8 million box office mark one week after its premiere. The second installment of the Infernal Affairs trilogy brings audiences with ultimate suspense and high quality action scenes! Turning into a Chinese version of the popular Godfather series, Infernal Affairs II offers its viewers an even tighter plot with a brilliant cast led by Edison Chen, Shawn Yue, Carina Lau, Eric Tsang, Anthony Wong, and Francis Ng to supply top entertainment that has rarely been seen in modern Hong Kong cinema. A legend is born at the best of times. From the multiple award-winning team behind the mind-blowing blockbuster, the secrets are finally revealed in this most anticipating prequel: What drove police superintendent Wong (Anthony Wong) and crime boss Sam (Eric Tsang) against one another? How did two struggling moles Yan (Shawn Yue) and Ming (Edison Chen) begin their parallel fates? The keys lie in the hands of three: Sam's wife Mary (Carina Lau), ruthless kingpin Hau (Francis Ng), and righteous cop Luk (Hu Jun). The infernal gates are open to the worst of times...
Shawn Yue, Edison Chen, Carina Lau, Francis Ng, Eric Tsang, Anthony Wong, Hu Jun, Liu Kai Chi, Chapman To
During the Japanese occupation of Hong Kong, Fan Lan is recruited to the anti-Japanese guerrilla for her intelligence. But when her mother takes her place and becomes arrested, Fan is forced to turn to a friend who now works for the Japanese....
Zhou Xun, Deanie Ip, Eddie Peng, Wallace Huo, Jessie Li, Tony Leung, Nina Paw