The epic story behind the founding of the People’s Liberation Army in China that ultimately laid the foundation for a new republic, featuring a star-studded cast of Chinese actors including Liu Ye, Zhu Yawen, and more!
Otaku (Jam Hsiao) and his roommate Mr. Cheap (Da Peng) are two well-known geeks in the college. And like any normal guy, their ultimate goal is having the romance of their dream. Mr. Cheap pretends to be rich and is always looking for opportunities to get closer to his dream girl Mei (Xie Na), while the tongue-tied Otaku tries to create "coincidences" everywhere in campus in order to talk to class beauty Ling (Maggie Jiang), but it all ends in embarrassment. The school's famous couples party is fast approaching, and the only person to show up without a date will have their names printed on the so-called "pillar of shame" and be mocked forever. To avoid being teased by others, Otaku and Mr. Cheap decide to put away lame disguises and try winning their girls' hearts by being sincere and earnest. With dignities of the geeks at stake, a fierce battle for love is about to kick off...
Going to Moontak High School, Joong-pil sucks at school work and character. He is such a troublemaker, but he is willing to help fight for the weak. All he does at school is to kill time, and he is not serious about studying at all. He has never had a dream and plan for his life. He aimlessly lives in idleness and does not know what his future lies. Forfunately, he bumps into a good student, Min-hee, going to the Female High School adjacent to Moontak High School. Joong-pil starts learning how to play the guitar more or less because of her. However, due to the rumors spreading around at school, the only thing Joong-pil can do is to fight with another bully, Sang-Mahn, to get back his throne as a king there. Faced with this difficult situation, what decision will Joong-pil make?
At BO (Charmaine Sheh) and CHEONG (Alex Fong) wedding reception, the projected was initially showing their journey of love, but suddenly a flash of a clip of CHEONG and a sexy girl being intimate came up. BO calmly ran up to the stage and announced that the wedding is cancelled. The incident rapidly became a hot topic on the internet. Within a year, back to being single again, BO and the living life happily CHEONG maintains a good relationship. One day, CHEONG decided to play with love and took BO to participate in a swinging party. The conservative BO initially wanted to leave, but after being bribed by CHEONG, she helpless and stayed. At the swinging party, the two encounter KIT (Him Law) and his wife MAN LAI (Kelly Fu). The 4 of them develop a romantic and hot relationship... At another wedding reception, when th projector plays the groom (Jason Chan) and bride (Rose Chan)'s heartwarming clips, a flash of another clip that does not want to be seen comes up...
Xie Yu (Joseph Chang) and He Man (Fay Bai) were once a madly in love power couple until she suddenly loses five years of her memory in a serious car crash, He Man is shocked to find herself divorced from Xie Yu who has now moved on with his life. Knowing her best, Xie Yu promises to help He Man piece her memory together, all the while, she is desperate to find out why they fell out of love.
Half Japanese Hong Kong girl Mari Hirakawa inherits her father’s dojo after his death. Forced under her father’s training in the past, Mari has become resentful of Karate and wants to sell the dojo as soon as possible. But the only way for her to succeed is to take on a bet with one of his father’s ex-student, Chan Keung, and compete in a legitimate martial arts competition that will ultimately change her life forever.
Stephy Tang, Chapman To, Yasuaki Kurata, Stephen Au
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
A remake of the well-known Hollywood romantic-comedy of the same title featuring Angelababy and Ni Ni. As a pair of brides-to-be prepare for their big day, their friendship is put to the test when they battle it out for the perfect wedding scheduled on the same day.
After a tiff at the airport, Yi (Gillian Chung) ditches her toy boy and runs into her ex, Ping (William Chan) with his present girlfriend, Cee (Michelle Wai). Without a place to stay, Yi accepts their offer to crash at their new home. Despite the initial awkwardness, old passions are ignited and the accommodating Cee finds her patience stretched when it becomes clear Ping still has feelings for Yi. Looking back on her journey of self-discovery, Yi takes a candid and honest look at her sentimental education as memories of lovers – past and present – come rushing back and she realizes that instead of moving on with her life, she has been going round in circles. What she is searching for may not be as out of reach as she may have thought.
Gillian Chung, William Chan, Michelle Wai
Mak Hei Yan
Hello Mr. Billionaire
Cast: Teng Shen, Vivian Sung, Lun Ai
Cast: Nick Cheung, Xu Jinglei, He Jiong, Lam Suet
Detective Chinatown 2
Cast: Wang Baoqiang, Liu Haoran
Cast: Zhang Hanyu, Masaharu Fukuyama, Qi Wei, Ha Jiwon
LEE Han-gook is a virtuous politician whose goal is to provide the greatest good to the people. He's appointed as a new minister of administration of the government and the opposing party leader tries to take him down from this position. One day, his son is framed against his father by his father's opponent in order to discredit him...
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?
Shawn Yue and Miriam Yeung reprise their popular roles as Jimmy and Cherie in this third installment of the romantic comedy Love in a Puff. As the couple try to live happily ever after, the shocking news of Cherie’s father marrying a girl younger than herself makes things complicated…