Far from its glory days, Victory Football Club is now facing bankruptcy and only the players who have problems are left behind. Despite the hardship, they try their best hoping to get through the football season and raise fund to avoid being dismissed. In their time of desperation, a middle-aged, unsuccessful salesman sees this as an opportunity to redeem himself — by turn the players into commercial stars on the field!
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
In the second half of the epic drama directed by John Woo starring an international cast, the steamer "Taiping" docks in the harbor with swarms of people rushing to the boat. As it sets sail and leaves China, little did the people onboard know the voyage to Taiwan will be a fateful one...
Takeshi Kaneshiro, Zhang Zi Yi, Huang Xiao Ming, Tong Da Wei, Song Hye Gyo, Masami Nagasawa
After a tiff at the airport, Yi (Gillian Chung) ditches her toy boy and runs into her ex, Ping (William Chan) with his present girlfriend, Cee (Michelle Wai). Without a place to stay, Yi accepts their offer to crash at their new home. Despite the initial awkwardness, old passions are ignited and the accommodating Cee finds her patience stretched when it becomes clear Ping still has feelings for Yi. Looking back on her journey of self-discovery, Yi takes a candid and honest look at her sentimental education as memories of lovers – past and present – come rushing back and she realizes that instead of moving on with her life, she has been going round in circles. What she is searching for may not be as out of reach as she may have thought.
After his mother's death, Chan Kai-yuk (Carlos Chan) feels so alone that he leaves Guangzhou for Hong Kong to attempts to reunite with his father. Alone and homeless, Yuk is taken in by Fan (Kara Hui), a middle-aged recluse and is in the early stages of cognitive disorder, who he randomly encountered and helped.
Carlos Chan, Kara Hui, Louis Cheung, Cya Liu, Lawrence Chou, Yan Ng
Underworld godfather Kim is friendly and sociable, likes singing more than being the big boss. He always maintains the principle of peace, harmony and stability which has won the support of the gang elders. However, the cool and handsome no. 2 guy, Lung, believes that he has what it takes to be the big boss. To support Lung, his wife sets a trap to seduce Kim, setting in motion a series of events in this comedy-drama.
Alan Tam, Jordan Chan, Christine Ng, Jamie Chik, Babyjohn
After it is discovered that the drugs seized on the Chinese ships had been planted by the henchman of a notorious drug cartel leader named Naw Khar, the governments of Thailand, Laos, Myanmar and China launch a joint task force to apprehend the criminal by sending a band of elite narcotics officers to the Golden Triangle to uncover the truth.
At 49, Singaporean taxi driver Moo (Henry Thia) is still trying to find a lifelong companion. He encounters the young but eccentric Moon (Crystal Lin), who is always seen with her pet, Bubbles (the dog), and feeding stray animals. Can the two fall in love?
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...