Dave Chen (Guo Xiao-dong) plans a romantic rendezvous. He's taking his beloved psychiatrist girlfriend Jing Gao (Angelica Lee) to his passion - the mysterious ancient ruins underwater where he had hidden an engagement ring there, vowing to return someday to propose to the woman of his dreams. The scuba diving trip turns into a nightmare when Guo Dong disappears in the sea without a trace. After the incident, Gao Jing returns with amnesia and a headless corpse of Guo Dong. While Helen (Isabella Leong), Guo Dong's sister, is eager to find his brother’s head, Gao Jing keeps visiting her psychiatrist Edward (Leung Ka-fai) to recall her memories for more clues. Desperate Gao Jing even turns to her patient Simon (Chang Chen), who claims that he can see Guo Dong's ghost, at his suggestion resorts to some unusually extreme means to find Dave. Helen returns from the search, to her horror, the camcorder contains footage of that fatal dive and Jing Gao holds the key to Dave’s disappearance.
Angelica Lee, Isabella Leong, Guo Xiao Dong, Chang Chen, Tony Leong Ka Fai, Chang Chen Yue
A woman with severe anxiety disorder stumbles into a 50 trillion dollars drug deal that has gone wrong. Now the mafia, as well as the police, wants a piece of her. As she tries to stay away from the incident, she will end up meeting five men that will spark romance, conspiracy, betrayal and revenge with her along the way.
Two cops with completely opposite traits must join forces to crush the secret association responsible for a series of suicide bombing and restore order to the city. A Taiwanese thriller with adrenaline-pumping actions!
Foon, a womanizing radio DJ gets involved with Holli-yok (Maggie Cheung) who has an obsession with American movies. They wander around acting out movie parodies until one day, she catches him with another woman and he gets brain damage. Meanwhile, Foon's brother (Leslie Cheung) is a feminine florist who engages in a gender-bending battle with his cousin, the butch Teresa Mo. The last coupling features Sandra Ng as a frumpy housewife who undergoes an ugly duckling transformation to spite her husband, the eldest brother Raymond Wong. The hijinks are piled up to entertain you along the way.
Leslie Cheung, Stephen Chow, Raymond Wong, Teresa Mo, Sandra Ng, Maggie Cheung
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
Visionary Tsui Hark direct this award-winning film set during the chaotic time of 1913 after the fall of the Qing dynasty in China. In this critically-acclaimed drama, three women from different walks of life stumble into each other and team up for an adventure unlike anything they have ever seen. These unlikely heroines include Tsao Wan (Brigitte Lin), a patriotic rebel who dresses as a man; Sheung Hung (Cherie Chung), a woman in search of a missing box of jewels; and Bai Niu (Sally Yeh), the daughter of a Peking Opera impresario.
Rick Pang (Leslie Cheung), an IPSC champion who is also a gun expert who tinkers with his pistols and modified its magazine to perfect his technique known as 'double tap' which is the terminology where a shooter can place two exact shots in the same spot to maximize marksmanship in any competition. In one of the shooting competitions, he goes up against another experienced top cop who is just as comfortable on the pistols as Rick, named Miu(Alex Fong). Unfortunately, the competition was marred by a depressed day trader who threatened the safety of the contest so badly that Rick was forced to kill him with his trademark double tap as the former approaches Colleen (Ruby Wong) and Vincent. As further murders were committed by an unknown gunman with the similar 'double tap' technique, the list of possible candidates by the police was narrowed down to just a few candidates but Miu was utterly convinced that Rick was also behind all those heinous crimes and hauls him up for investigation...
The Magic Kitchen is an ensemble of Hong Kong superstars Sammi Cheung and Andy Lau plus the popular young icon Jerry Yan, all three heartthrobs create an invincible synergy. The Magic Kitchen ranks the top 10 movies of the year. It is an adaptation of an eponymous novel by a Hong Kong new literary star Lin Yong-chen, in which the plot beautifully combines comedy and tasty food together. Yau (Sammi Cheung) is a famous chef who owns a speakeasy restaurant (what is speakeasy restaurant?) and cooks everything literally from the recipe book inherited from her deceased mother. Behind her successful career, she is haunted by a family curse overshadowing three generations and destines her to fail in every relationship. On a tour to the “Iron Chef” TV show in Japan with her assistant and secret admirer Hall (Jerry Yan), Yau meets her ex-boyfriend Chuen (Andy Lau) whom she still cannot let go after all these years. Even worse, she finds out that Chuen is in a happy relationship and going to engage her best friend. Overwhelmed by shocking and heartbreaking truths during the tour, Yau suddenly realizes that the key to break the curse is to start a fresh new relationship with Hall.
Andy Lau, Sammi Cheng, Jerry Yan, Stephen Fung, Daniel Wu, Anthony Wong, Vincent Kuk
It is said that Hong Kong is a sexy and sexual city where life is breathtakingly fast but glamorous. Fear of marriage, single & successful psychiatrist, Selina and other beauties seek for love and happy endings.
A police undercover detective was being revealed and killed by triad society during an important mission. The head of Police Force realizes that it is due to insufficient acting training to their detectives. Man Long Chan (Jim Chim), a constable whose antics and showmanship win him best performance awards in Police Force's Annual parties, was chosen to enroll into the Performing Arts Academy as an experiment in upgrading police officers' acting skills. Man Long is thrilled that his lifelong acting dream has finally come true, but soon he finds out that his exaggerated acting is nothing close to the true art of acting. His only good friend in class is a fellow mid-term new student Dani (Charlene Choi), whose claim to fame is starring in a string of skin flicks, but is an aspiring actress with a heart of gold. Man Long and Dani build a strong bond on their paths to become successful actor and actress while encountering different weird acting masters in the school…
Tony Leung ka Fei, Simon Yam,Maggie Siu, Kate Tsui
Based on a real-life story, director Ann Hui follows her award-winning The Way We Are with this sequel, which tells a murder-suicide tragedy occurred in a typical underprivileged family in Tin Shui Wai. With extensive research into the family's background to offer a faithful retelling of the shocking tragedy, Night and Fog is nothing short of devastating, unfolding an emotionally harrowing account of a struggling lower-class family destroyed by violence and poverty. Simon Yam (Election) plays an abusive husband against Zhang Jing-chu (The Beast Stalker) as the weary battered wife in this realistic and deeply humanistic film. Mainland woman Hiu Ling (Zhang Jing-chu) married older Hong Kong man Sum (Simon Yam), hoping that he would improve the lives of her and her family; however, things turn out to be the opposite. Sum is in fact a suspicious, aggressive, and emotionally unstable man, who becomes even more problematic after he loses his livelihood. They and their two adorable twin girls barely squeak by on his monthly welfare pension, but Sum is leery of Ling's attempts to keep a part-time job. Sum's serious abuse brings Ling endless nightmare and she finally takes refuge at a women's shelter, and seeks help for protecting her children; however, Sum finds a way to reunited the family in a unpleasant way...
Simon Yam, Zhang Jing Chu, Jacqueline Law,Yim Chau Wah, Tan En Mei, Cheung King Wai