Gil (Gillian Chung) is a vengeful girl who's just lost her boyfriend. Out of reckless anger, she joins the Fantastic Water Babes swimming competition against her romantic rival and her friends, even though she doesn't know how to swim. When celebrity swimmer Yuen (Alex Fong) doesn't follow through on his public promise to help her, Gil kidnaps him to Cheung Chau to make him teach her and her friends how to swim. With the entire community of Cheung Chau working to keep Yuen on the island, there is no escape for him. Yuen slowly comes to like the community and Gil, but will that make her give up her revenge plan?
The death of Ploy's (Rattanarat Aurthaveekul) father seemed like an accident at the archery range until a mysterious man, Nop (Ananda Everingham), shows up to insist otherwise; it was because her father got a figure of himself made. Ploy disregards Nop's warning at first, until more of her relatives' pass away following the same accidental circumstances. No longer able to ignore the implausible coincidence, Ploy hurries to find the person behind this sinister craft. As Ploy and Nop dig deeper, what surfaces are shocking family revelations and disturbing photographs that leave her with one question: will this enthralling yet dark art cause everyone's untimely demise?
A young cop, who vows to get revenge on his parents' murderer, founds that one of the key assassins in the criminal group is his long lost sister, who is oblivious about her own background. With such coincidence, he struggles to do the right thing and is forced to choose between family and justice.
An international culinary competition becomes a battleground between two rival cooks, one famous for his Cantonese street food and the other a Michelin-starred chef trained in France. But their rivalry takes an unexpected turn when they discover a common foe and combine their skills in a fusion of East and West.
Namiya is a Chinese adaptation of the novel, Miracles Of The Namiya General Store, by best-selling author, Keigo Higashino. When three runaways shack up in an abandoned general store, a supernatural correspondence connects them to many lives that were all touched by the owner of the store years before they were born.
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.
Ko Yan Kit is a famous General in Song dynasty. However, due to the public pressure, Ko dares not to confess his feeling to his first love Fung Yee, who is forced to work in a brothel. Feeling helpless, he asks a monk for help. Everything goes smoothly, but when Fung Yee is suddenly killed, the monk and his companions must travel to the underworld to save Ko’s first love!
This epic drama directed by John Woo is set in the midst of the Chinese Revolution during the late 1940s, when countless people from China were fleeing to the island of Taiwan. On January 27th, 1949, three couples boarded on the steamer “Taiping”, together with over a thousand people including the rich, refugees and crew. What follows is a tragedy which claimed the lives of 1,500 people and the epic love stories left behind.
Kaneshiro Takeshi, Zhang Ziyi, Huang Xiao Ming, Tong Da Wei, Song Hye-kyo, Masami Nagasawa
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)
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.