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.
The movie is set in the Kinta Valley in the 1880s, when tin ore was discovered in the area and Chinese immigrants flooded the valley in the hope of making their fortune. A story of brotherhood which turns from love to hate, loyal to betrayal, sees how they struggle to overcome the truth when personal revenge is greater than anything above. Blood, sweat and tears is the agenda here. It's an eye for an eye where brother fights brother in the survival of the fittest. Two worlds collide in an epic struggle where love has no place. Master Hoong (Patrick Teoh) of He De Paddock consolidates his domination of the Southern Ocean by teaming up with a mysterious secret society to suppress struggling miners. A band of individuals, including Tiger (Michael Chin), Ace (Kuan Fei Jun) and Blaze (David Bao), unite under the leadership of charismatic Dragon (Robin Ho) and wise elder Tin Sok (Albert Yuen), to take on their oppressors. In the fight for justice, a heroic battle of earth shaking proportions ensues...
A Korean romantic comedy featuring 21 actors playing the same character! Woo-jin is a troubled man who loses himself after continuously waking up in a different body every morning, regardless of age, gender and nationality, until he falls in love with a girl who makes him whole again.
When a talent manager meets a guy whose voice resembles the famous comedian Stephen Chow, things starts to stir up in the show biz. "Lucky Star 2015" is a hilarious comedy starring actors from both Hong Kong and Taiwan, including Eric Tsang, Dada Chan and Wong Cho Lam.
White Vengeance tells the story of two brothers contending for supremacy during the fall of the Qin Dynasty, which ruled Imperial China from 221 to 206 BC. As rebels rose, the nation fell into chaos. Liu Bang (Leon Lai) and Xiang Yu (Feng Shaofeng), became leaders of the rebellious army, and also became sworn brothers in battle. But when King Huai of Chu pits the two against each other, betrayal leads the two former brothers to fight against each other in this epic tale.
As each character tries to solve present-day problems by reconciling perceived failures in past events, they discover that what they considered to be major sticking points in their personal histories either do not figure into the affected parties' lives as much as they thought they did, or are recollected in a very different way.
Separated for years, iconic Chinese painting Dwelling in the Fushan Mountains is about to be united again in a grand ceremony. Before the ceremony could take place, a British arms dealer steals one half of the painting from a Taiwan museum. Customs agent Xiao Jinhan (Andy Lau) is immediately called in to retrieve the stolen painting just as Japanese smuggler Yamamoto (Tong Dawei) aims to steal the other half from a Zhejiang museum. The half in Zhejiang is protected by Jinhan's insurance investigator wife Yuyan (Zhang Jingchu), who doesn't know her husband's real occupation. With the mysterious Lisa (Lin Chi Ling) playing both sides, who will come out on top and put the painting back together again?
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.
Casey (Venus Wong) had her heart broken by her high school boyfriend, Elton (Edward Ma). Three years later, Casey now much choose between the perfect guy, Adam (Jason Fu) and Elton as the truth behind Elton's betrayal is revealed.
Chau stars as cold-blooded, disfigured killer Kit, who begins to experience feelings he's never had before when he meets compensated dater Ting Ting (Liddy Li). The two develop a twisted relationship that's part familial and part romantic. When Ting Ting is ostensibly kidnapped, Kit goes through hell to try to get her back, but is the situation really what it seems?