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.
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...
Mrs K is a housewife who lives in a quiet suburban neighborhood with her husband, Mr. K, and their daughter, Lil’ K. But when a stranger shows up to black Mrs. K, she is forced out of her sheltered life to face an old enemy and save her family.
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.
Gao Jian Xiang (Aaron Kwok) is a Malaysian Chinese corrupt policeman in Kuala Lumpur. He accidentally kills a pedestrian on the way to his mother's funeral. To escape responsibility, Gao hides the body in his trunk, and then his mother's coffin. He thinks that his life could return to normal, but unexpectedly, the pedestrian who was killed by him was a wanted man. At the same time, Gao is eyed by another policeman (Wang Qian Yuan) who claims that he saw Gao knock down the wanted man and asked him to return the body to the police station. Will the case be settled just by returning the body?
The Paws-Men are Tat Yan, Charlie, Seal, and Keith. When a dog is in need of rescue, the Paws-Men assemble to save the dog like Batman. “Paws-Men” tells the story of rescuing dogs, in which Paws-Men encounter many difficulties, such as a dog eatery, bullies and a dog abusing granny. Despite the hardships, Paws-Men gives us a peek into true friendships between dogs and humans, and makes us realise that saving dogs is not hard. It is dealing with people that is the real problem.
An ambitious journalist eagerly pursues a long-forgotten accident. When the sole survivor of the accident suddenly disappears, he realizes that nothing is what it seems, and the unimaginable dark truth will haunt him for the rest of his life.
Kaiser Chuang, Hsu Wei-ning, Ko Chia-yen, Christopher Lee, Mason Lee
Wing Chun grandmaster Ip Man’s matchless fighting skills are revered all over China. Set during the Sino-Japanese War, Ip Man is forced to leave his home and work to support his family. With only his martial arts skills, he reluctantly agrees to train others in the art of Wing Chun for self-defense.
Underwear designer Spring and her daughter work at Hugo’s enterprise. Hugo demands a new fashion line design competition between Spring and the newly employed ex model Jojo to save his company from bankruptcy and the winner will take charge of the line. Will Spring win the competition and save Hugo’s company?
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.
Jackie Chan stars as a humble London businessman whose long-buried past erupts in a revenge-fueled vendetta when the only person left for him to love - his teenage daughter - dies in a senseless act of politically motivated terrorism. His relentless search to find the terrorists leads to a cat-and-mouse conflict with a British government official (Pierce Brosnan) whose own past may hold the clues to the identities of the elusive killers.
Mobster Wah and Fly are buddies. Wah loves his cousin, but cannot make their relationship work as he is a mobster. Fly infuriates a mob boss one day and got beaten up badly, implicating Wah too. He then takes up a fatal task to make amends... This is Wong’s directorial debut and Jacky Cheung (Fly) won the Best Supporting Actor in the 8th Hong Kong Film Awards.
Set during the month of the Hungry Ghost Festival, the movie centers on a Cantonese opera troupe that is constantly harassed by malicious spirits. The prodigal son who returns home to take over his father’s troupe when the father fell ill, experiences a sequence of increasingly supernatural and dire events.