In this action-packed sequel now currently ranked as the highest-grossing film in China of 2015, Chow Yun Fat reprises his role as Ken, the God of Gamblers. After foiling the criminal plans of the international money-laundering syndicate DOA, our hero from Macau, Ken, is ready to sit back and enjoy life. However, Ken's plan for a calm existence comes to a halt when his protege, Vincent (Shawn YUE) joins Interpol and asks for his master's help in arresting the real mastermind of DOA, Ms. Aoi.
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!
When three friends open a hot pot restaurant in a former bomb shelter, they discover it's linked by a single wall to the bank vault next door. While deciding to take the easy money or go to the police, they find out one of the bank's employees is a former classmate and look to enlist her in deciding their future.
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
Heng is a high school student whose mother abandoned the family eight years ago. You Mei is a teacher whose husband is having an affair. When You Mei becomes the temporary teacher at Heng's school, the two lonely souls develop an affectionate bond that may be love.
Starring Ruby Lin and Simon Yam, this horror-drama takes place in the voluptuous and charming Shanghai in the 1930s. Set in a haunted theatre, the vengeful spirits of a tragically-trapped performance troupe murdered in a fire 13 years ago waits for the once-grand palatial playhouse to re-open with a new show...and bring new victims.
A group of people living in ‘space capsules’ – large seminar rooms subdivided into small living quarters - struggle to fight for their ideal way of life in the prosperous yet divided city of Hong Kong.
Pakho Chau, Shiga Lin, Andrew Lam, Louis Cheung, Joyce Cheng, BabyJohn, Bob Lam, Ava Liu
Hong Kong pop singer-actress Sammi Cheng appears in cop comedy Lady Cop and Papa Crook, her first role on the big screen since Everlasting Regret. Opposite Cheng is another top Hong Kong pop singer Eason Chan. As long-time writing partners, Alan Mak and Felix Chong share writing credits for the hugely successful Infernal Affairs trilogy, Confession of Pain and the recent Overheard. The duo won best screenplay for the first Infernal Affairs at both the Hong Kong Film Awards and the Golden Bauhinia. John Fok (Eason Chan) is the kingpin of illegal red oil in China. When an oil tanker explodes accidentally, he becomes the focus of investigation by Hong Kong and Mainland Chinese police and is forced to halt his business to wait things out. Just as he is finally ready to turn his fortune around, however, his only son is kidnapped. Senior Inspector Molline Szeto (Sammi Cheng) is the rising star in the police force, who is well praised for busting crime with her characteristic sangfroid and precision. However, in matters of love, she is totally at wit's end. Poised at the crossroad of her life, she is thrilled to be assigned to investigate the kidnap of John's son. John dispatches his whole gang to ferret out his son's whereabouts, only to find out that his rivals are redeploying people in China to assail him. Just when he is about to order an all-out fight back, Molline suddenly arrives with her team to garrison at his house. Spurning her at first, he soon finds her critical analysis of the situation at hand both apt and useful. An unlikely cooperation between cops and crooks thus ensues, leading to conflicts and clashes galore at every step till the very end.
Sammi Cheng,Eason Chan, Kate Tsui, Zhang Guo Li, Liu Kai Chi, Conroy Chan, Chapman To, Michelle Yip, Dong Yong, Chen Bao Yuan, Michelle Lo
College student Nam (Michelle Wai) juggles school and a part-time gig as a photographer's assistant for her longtime friend Chun Man (Carlos Chan), who holds an obvious torch for her. With high school reunion coming up, Nam recalls her abbreviated puppy love with classmate To Chi (Ken Hung), her almost boyfriend who left suddenly for Canada. Their bickering relationship ended over a misunderstanding back in high school, but the two reconnect immediately when they meet again. Nam is as happy as could be with To Chi. But one day Chun Man tells her that To Chi is actually comatose in Canada, and that no one else can see To Chi.
Hung, a retired headmistress finds out that a village kindergarten with only five poor students is looking for a headmaster and will close if they do not find one soon. Stepping into the role and accepting the low pay and limited resources, Hung moves mountains to run the kindergarten for her underprivileged pupils in this touching film based on a true story.
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