Legend has it that when two people meet at Lake Chrysanthemum, when the lake has dried up, they are destined to fall in love and stay together forever. This myth is put to the test when Kiki, the girl of everyone's dreams on campus, falls into the dried up Chrysanthemum Lake and is saved by university super nerd Wu Quan Shun.
In the ancient land of Huadu, ruthless Empress (Qu Ying) and her chief eunuch, Chiu Ngai (Daniel Wu), live in fear of a prophecy saying that a boy shall rise to become Emperor. To prevent this, the empress sends out her warriors to kill any child who fulfils the prediction... Char (Jaycee Chan), is the humble boy born to be Emperor. He and his adopted brother Coal (Chen Po-lin) perform in a traveling show run by their foster father Blackwood (Tony Leung Ka-fai). Their friend Tao (Edison Chen) gives them a stone with a treasure map engraved upon it. The pair set out on an epic journey to find fortune and glory. They are joined on their odyssey by two fierce warrior women, Blue (Gillian Chung) and Spring (Charlene Choi), and together, they survive a series of challenges.
Jaycee Chan, Gillian Chung, Charlene Choi, Chen Bo Lin, Donnie Yen, Daniel Wu, Edison Chan, Tony Leung Ka-fai, Qu Ying, Fan Bing Bing, Jackie Chan
When Young Soo (Hwang Jeong-min), a freewheeler who runs a nightclub in Seoul, learns that he has liver cirrhosis, his business and relationship both go down to the drain. After his girlfriend (Kong Hyo Jin) leaves their apartment, he hands over the club business to his friend. With nothing holding him back in the city, Young decides to leave the glamorous lifestyle and move into a sanatorium in the countryside to treat his illness. The sanatorium is world-apart from the upbeat city life Young has been accustomed to; he cannot adapt to the simple life until he meets Eun Hee (Lim Soo-jung), an eight-year lung illness patient staying in the rehab center. They then fall for each other and start living together. One-year rolls by, while Eun Hee seems endlessly content, the monotone of daily routines and Eun Hee's ailing condition begin to weigh Young Soo down. At the same time, his ex-girlfriend makes a surprise visit from Seoul...
"Young And Dangerous: Reloaded" features a new generation of muscle bound actors who promise to deliver plenty of bloody violence, foul language, and raunchy sex scenes. The original "Young And Dangerous" was based on a comic book, and chronicled the adventures of a young group of triads in Mongkok. Actor Ekin Cheng portrayed the iconic leader of the pack known as Chan Ho Nam, who will now be played by Him Law. His co-stars will include Oscar Leung (Chicken), Sammy Shum (Ugly Kwan), Jazz Lam, Paul Wong (Big Brother B), Dominic Ho, Philip Ng, Winnie Leung, Hu Ran, and Jacqueline Chong. The film will be directed by up-and-coming director Daniel Chan.
Three women from very different backgrounds decide to come together to start new careers and become business partners. MBA Partners delicately combines friendship, love and drama to create this feel-good movie for contemporary women.
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!
Set in 1920s Shanghai, Ma Zouri and Xiang Feitian establish a notorious beauty pageant called the Flowers Competition. All of the city's elite attend the gala event, but when one of the competitors unexpectedly wins, it sets into motion a series of tragic events that change their destinies.
On the hottest day in fifty years, Keung (Louis Koo) hosted a celebration party as his fire alarm company's value exceeded 1 billion. An ex-firefighter who quitted three years ago and started his own business, Keung witnessed the occasion turning into a major disaster because of a dreadful phenomenon known as flashover. His office burst into flames without any sign and the joyful party became a panicky escape. The fire funneled up and ignited one floor after another as Keung and others were trapped in an inferno. Watching people die right on the spot, Keung re-discovered his repressed passion for saving life. He decided to bring people up to the refuge floor and wait for rescue. Meanwhile, he made a call to someone he had estranged from long ago – his elder brother Dai Kwan. Dai Kwan (Sean Lau), a chief fire captain, had arrived at the scene long ago and coordinated the rescue. Dai Kwan told Keung to follow an escape route but it didn't work without equipment, Keung then decided to take a chance and find his own way out. He was surprised to see Si Lok (Lee Sinje), Dai Kwan's wife, among the people. Keung considered her part of his family and would do anything to protect her.
Louis Koo, Sean Lau, Lee Sinje, Chen Si-cheng, Eddie Cheung
In this fantasy-comedy, Wang Dachui (White. K) is a youth blessed with some magic powers who often dreams of becoming the chief demon of the Stone Ox Village. One day, as he surprisingly sees the arrival of a Tang monk (Bolin Chen) and his four disciples, his life is turned upside-down from the encounter and a magical story of love and struggle unravels.
A light-hearted satire on Singapore and Singaporeans from different walks of life. When Singapore is hit with a widespread bout of food poisoning - with at least fifty victims - everyone is sent into a tizzy. How could something like this happen in Singapore? And who's responsible?