This is a love story between a Hong Kong girl and an Indian boy and is the first Bollywood movie to be made in Hong Kong. It encapsulates the conflicts caused by discrimination as well as differences in social-cultural background, lifestyle and family values between the races. The movie also combines tears, joy and laughter with song and dance.
Based on real events, the movie follows the footsteps of the fans of Hong Kong Canto-pop diva Anita Mui. After the death of the popstar, fans from different walks of life risk arrest to track down handwritten cards, letters and other possessions from Anita Mui to preserve their idol’s memory.
Detective George Lam investigates the brutal death of a Sino-British conductor and suspects he is murdered by Wong Yuen Yeung, a dumb killer who has just been released from prison. When out on a manhunt for Wong, Lam finds more revelations to the contrary and has to pursue every possibility, taking him deep into Wong’s past.
Adam is upset after breaking up with Eva and has a drunken tryst with Mandy. He discovers Eva’s diary which recorded her 77 heartbreaking experiences with him. Adam finally realizes Eva is his true love and they resolve to start anew. However, when Eva stumbles across evidence of his affair with Mandy, will she be able to pardon him a 78th time?
Charlene Choi, Pakho Chau, Michelle Wai, Gillian Chung, Anthony Wong, Kara Hui, Lawrence Cheng
When three tech founders end up handing over their latest inventions to a sleazy tycoon who takes them for granted, they decide to kidnap the man’s wife, mistress, love child and his grandma for a huge ransom. Little did they expect that the heartless tycoon has hired an assassin to take them out instead of paying the ransom.
Christine Eng, Justin Cheung, Eric Kwok, Jennifer Yu
Ho and Mark are close friends and members of a triad that counterfeits money. Ho was set up in a deal and sent to jail for three years, and caused his father’s death. Mark was crippled while revenging Ho. Ho’s brother Kit is a cop and is unable to forgive Ho’s criminal actions. How will they choose between law and family when put to the test?
In the mid-1990s in Macau, a teenage boy and girl kill someone and clean up the crime scene together. The girl is from China and is bullied in her new school. The boy is from a complicated family who has close ties to the gangster world. They are instantly attracted to each other when they met but who did they kill and will they get away with it?
Set 500 years before the Monkey King Wu Kong wreaks havoc in the heavenly kingdom, the movie tells the story of how Wu Kong who, unwilling to bow to his own destiny, sets out to rebel against the gods.
An incompetent soccer goalkeeper for a minor league suddenly inherits thirty billion yuan in this mind-boggling comedy. In order to get the full amount, he must first spend one billion yuan on himself in a month without telling anyone about the task, and is also not allowed to own any assets at the end of it.
The Cheng family embodies a microcosm of Hong Kong, with its contradictions between tradition and modernity, superstition and materialism, family and individual. The movie reveals troubled characters dealing with their own issues in the city, from the eldest, Taoist priest patriarch Dong; to the youngest, the bullied elementary schooler Chloe.
Donnie Yen plays a Hong Kong police officer who is highly skilled in martial arts but balloons to more than 200 pounds after his fiancé left him. He is assigned a simple task of escorting a criminal to Japan, but can he complete it?
Ah Kam is now a mama-san leading a team of young prostitutes to service the rich and famous, and she always aims to fulfil every client’s needs. When Ah Kam’s ex-lover, a triad boss, encounters difficulties adapting to a new Hong Kong after his release from a long imprisonment, she helps him get back on his feet to lead a normal life.