For some, 2012 brings fear…. This is due to the many vivid interpretations that the end of the world is nearing as we enter 2012. The Kwok family is a farce, no thanks to the different personalities living under same roof. All of them have their own share of problems and the situation doesn’t improve when everyone dwells only on their differences.
Cui Minguo (Eason Chan) enters a major perfume company on the referral of his friend Tony (Harlem Yu) to work as the personal assistant to Mandy (Rene Liu), the fierce CEO. Eager to secure this well-paying job, which is intended only for those who can stand by 24/7, Minguo decides to keep his marriage a secret in the workplace - and that is not something he wants his wife Jingyi (Bai Bing) to know about either. In time, Mandy finds herself attracted to Minguo, and their professional relationship begins to turn a little ambiguous. During one fateful business trip abroad, as the two are drawn closer and closer by temptation, Minguo risks exposing his secret and jeopardizing both his career and marriage...
Joseph (Wang Pochieh) finds himself plunged into a world of nightmares when he defies a fortune-teller's prophecy and proposes to his girlfriend May (Jennifer Foh). She is soon killed in a car accident, and Joseph, distraught, teams up with May's friend Vivien (Candy Lee) to reach out to May's spirit. Instead, they stir up other demons better left in the dark.
Wang Po Chieh, Candy Lee, Jennifer Foh, Guo Ming Xiang, Steve Yap
Scientist Xia Tian's hard work finally pays off when she successfully sends living tissue back through time by 110 minutes. When her son dies at the hands of kidnappers, she sends herself back through time on a frantic mission to prevent his death.
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
Sean Lau stars as an inspector investigating a prison escape in this period action-thriller. Sequel to The Bullet Vanishes and set in Northern China in the 1930s, the mysterious escape leads the inspector down a rabbit hole of surprising discoveries.
Sean Lau, Gordan Lam, Rhydian Vaughan, Jiang Yi Yan
An amateur surfer, who has been through several bad relationships, meets a kind-hearted tattoo artist. Everything is perfect until she confesses that she is an unusual “nail clipper monster”. With such a claim, can their love settle their differences?
Joseph Chang, Zhou Dongyu, Ekin Cheng, Tiffany Ann Hsu
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?
Directed by Derek Yee, this touching drama depicts young migrants' dream of stardom at China's Hengdian World Studios, also nicknamed the "Hollywood of the East". Featuring guest appearances from Hong Kong stars including Daniel Wu, Anita Yuen, Alex Fong and Stephen Fung.
Wan Guo Peng, Wang Ting, Wang Zhao, Jiang Tao, Zhang Wen Bin, Yang Yu Jian, Shen Kai, Xu Xiao Qin, Daniel Wu, Anita Yuen, Alex Fong, Stephen Fung
Reborn is a cyber-hacking thriller starring Han Geng, ex-member of the Super Junior, and Japanese pop and TV star Tomohisa Yamashita. Programmer and gamer Li Haoming (Han Geng) gets approached by mercenaries and is drawn into a shady hacking game in Malaysia. The cyber mission quickly turns dangerous as Haoming must navigate the hidden motives and dealings of the mercenaries and figure out who's friend, who's foe and who's behind it all.
Donnie Yen stars as infamous real-life drug kingpin Crippled Ho, who came to Hong Kong an illegal immigrant in 1963 and ruthlessly carved an empire from the chaotic underworld of drug dealers and corrupt police that ruled the city under notorious detective Lee Rock (Andy Lau).
A romantic comedy directed by renowned Hong Kong director Wong Jing and actor-turned-director Lam Tze Chung. The film tells the story of a quarrelsome and loving couple with their spirit being swapped over after a thunderstorm. The sexy lady finds herself carrying an ugly man’s spirit, and vice versa. Can they transfer their spirits back? Or do they need to get use to the situation for the rest of their life?