In this comedy action-fantasy, Benny Chan stars as Daoji, a mystic monk during the Southern Song dynasty that has be tasked to protect the people from monsters. But when the Emperor dies under suspicious circumstances, Daoji uncovers an evil conspiracy, and must seek the help from the Emperor of the Gods and five of the strongest demigods to combat the dark forces threatening the world!
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
The second instalment of the 3D Thai short horror film compilation, "3AM Part 2" has three chilling stories. The first is "The Third Night", which follows a series of events that occur after a motorcycle gang leader by the name of Rang dies. Three days after his death though, it seems that Rang is coming home for his wrongful death. The second story, "The Convent" is about an all-girl convent school where occasionally the sound of someone playing a piano is heard from the old abandon chapel. The students believe that it could be a headless nun, and therefore set out to prove it one night. The third story, "The Offering" is about a shop that sells paper money and offerings to the dead. Things take a turn for the worst for shop workers Kamod and Tar, when they find out that their boss died in a car accident. The trouble is, then who is the person who looks like their boss and have been with them all night?
Tiffany begins compensated dating, a practice in which a young woman agrees to go on a date with a man for a fee or luxury gifts, and is content with her lifestyle until she meets a young man who changes her perspective.
The Hong Kong police hunt for a counterfeiting gang led by a mastermind known as Painter (Chow Yun Fat). The gang is so skillful that it's almost impossible to distinguish between its counterfeit currency and real money. In an effort to find Painter's real identity, the police recruits artist Lee Man (Aaron Kwok) to assist in solving the case.
(Winner of 7 Awards at the 38th Hong Kong Film Awards, including Best Film, Best Director and Best Cinematography)
After his marriage proposal is rejected, a wine company executive flees to Paris, where broken hearts go to heal. There he shares a flat with a psychopathic artist, who is also heartbroken from a break-up. Can the two of them let go of the past, learn to love again and find their soulmates in this beautiful, romantic city?
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
Han-na, an overweight woman with a beautiful voice, provides the real vocals for a pretty pop star who can't carry a tune. But after a humiliating encounter, Han-na undergoes a head-to-toe plastic surgery to reemerge a year later as svelte singer Jenny in this romantic-comedy.
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.
Sit Ho Ching (Bosco Wong) and his girlfriend, Elna (Stephy Tang) are set up by the boss. Elna cheats on him, then he becomes jobless and single. Our hapless hero decides to pursue wealth and fame by any means. Ching finds himself in a dangerous situation and is saved by his relatives. Finally, he earns a pile of money, but is shocked when his father (Liu Kai Chi) is struck down by cancer...
Bosco Wong, William Chan, Michael Tse, Stephy Tang, Rose Chan
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.
The key to Sam and Barbara's relationship is the very act of breaking up! After 99th breakup, they decide to solidify a future together by running their own café. Ironically, the café's success begins to drive a wedge between Sam and Barbara, and the prospect of a 100th, and most likely final, break up looms...