Sequel to the hit fantasy comedy franchise A Chinese Odyssey loosely based on Journey to the West, starring Tiffany Tang as Zixia, who travels back to the past in order to prevent the tragedy brought by the battle and the budding love between the Monkey King and her.
Geng Hon, Yan Tang, Karen Mok, Jing Wu, Gillian Chung
War and chaos plagued China in the early years of the Republic era. Two master swindlers, "Ghost Face" (Richie Jen) and "Stone Buddha" (Tengger) are sworn enemies drawn together in a daring plot to steal a trainload of gold that the Japanese conspirators used to fund Chinese warlord Admiral Wang (Jiu Kong). But the duo are not the only people coveting the mammoth treasure - on their way to the remote northwestern desert town where the gold is headed, they encounter a host of people, each with their own agenda but all trying to outwit one another with their schemes and schemes-within-schemes...
Fan is a young gang member who was sentenced to 3 months at a juvenile detention center. After 3 days of abuse from the staff inside, Fan commits suicide. He survives the ordeal and is given hope to see his grandmother one last time before she passes. By submitting and embracing the guards’ abuse, Fan earns his right to be released in record time, only to witness the mysterious death of his cellmate days before his own release.
Uncle Shui suffers from Alzheimer's disease but he can at least remember that his wife has died and his son is working in the city. His caregiver, Ha Gu, leaves him when she cannot stand his bad temper anymore. He then falls in love with a woman who looks a lot like his late wife but has a hidden agenda. His neighbors try to seek help from Ha Gu and Shui’s son to make Shui see the truth about the newcomer.
Inspired by the hit TV series The Bund, two brothers who have gone through life and death together now become adversaries after they get involved with Shanghainese gangster, Mr. Tong, who aims to dominate the city.
Peter Ho, Huang Zitao, Guli Nazha, Wang Xueqim, Choo Ja-hyun, Long Meizi
BENDS tells the story of Anna, an affluent housewife and Fai, her chauffeur, and their unexpected friendship as they each negotiate the pressure of Hong Kong life and the city's increasingly complex relationship to mainland China.
Fruit Chan weaves a multi-layered, multi-decade romantic suspense in his latest film Kill Time, based on a novel by Cai Jun. Starring Angelababy and Ethan Ruan, the atmospheric drama wraps a murder mystery within a bittersweet romance that echoes the love and loss of two generations.
During the 16th century, pirates rule the Chinese coastline, pillaging the small villages and terrorizing the citizens. When maverick leader Commander Yu (martial arts legend Sammo Hung) enlists the help of a sharp young general (Vincent Zhao), they devise a plan to defeat the pirates.
Missbehavior follows a group of friends, formerly close but now somewhat estranged, as they unite to help out one of their own who is in trouble at work. In this hilarious comedy, starring Gigi Leung, Isabella Leong and DaDa Chan, the friends must find a replacement bottle of human milk before the end of the day as chaos breaks out!