In this contemporary film starring strong performances from newcomers Rainky Wai, Kabby Hui and Heidi Lee, "May We Chat" sheds light on the city's marginalized youth. Yan, Wai Wai and Yut Gei are three young women from very different backgrounds who met on WeChat, a social media platform, to discuss fashion, make-up and sex. When one of them is kidnapped, the other two attempt to find her, and dive into the world of prostitution and lowlife triads.
A prequel to God of Gamblers, young Ko Chun (Leon Lai) is on a winning streak to claim his first gambling title but is shot... He survives the shooting, ordered by Kan Nan, but his intelligence and behaviour have been affected. Under the care of Sister Seven (Anita Yuen) and Lone Ng (Jordan Chan), he recovers fully and enters the world contest to regain the title... Will he succeed?
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 sequel to Patrick Kong's 2006 romantic drama Marriage with a Fool, Alex Fong and Stephy Tang resume their roles as a married couple after a decade of marriage beset by temptation.
Stephy Tang, Alex Fong, Loletta Lee, David Siu, Louis Cheung
The Sinking City Capsule Odyssey
Cast: Pakho Chau, Shiga Lin, Louis Cheung
Cast: Leon Lai, Zhang Hanyu, Du Juan
Cast: Eddie Peng, Shawn Yue, Ni Ni
Cast: Aaron Kwok, Josie Ho
Cast: Charmaine Sheh, Nick Cheung, Louis Koo, Francis Ng
HONG KONG FILM AWARDS NOMINEES
In celebration of the 37th Hong Kong Film Awards this month, CELESTIAL MOVIES brings you some of the nominees, including Best Film nominee Our Time Will Come and Best Film From Mainland And Taiwan nominee Duckweed!
Acclaimed Hong Kong actress Teresa Mo, who has won the Best Supporting Actress at the Hong Kong Film Awards for her mother role in 2 Young, stars in her first Mainland film, Sailfish, as a mother again in a poor village in 1950s China. Director Yi Meng is a rising new talent in China. Sailfish is her first feature-length film, tells the inspirational story of love, friendship, and dreams shared by three young swimmers. At his 12-year-old, Yue Hai-yang (Yu Xiao-guang) dreamed to swim as fast as the fastest fish in the world, sailfish. But Yue and his mother (Teresa Mo) had to move to the countryside during the Cultural Revolution in China. In the village, he met Bai Ling (Vanessa Yu), a girl who cherished the same passion for swimming. Eight years later, the two went to the town to join the first Provincial Selection Contest and met Gao Ming (Wang Jun-yi), Yue’s friend during childhood. Gao Ming falls for Bai Ling at the first sight and he feels jealous when seeing Bai Ling cheer for Yue. Two guys get into a fight that makes Yue disqualified in the game. Yue leaves with deep depression; however, his cheering team leader Bai Ling never leaves him. With Bai Ling's encouragement and love, Yue returns to the swimming pool for his life-time goal. Just before an important competition, an accident happens...
Sean Lau stars as an inspector investigating a prison escape in this period action-thriller. Sequel to The Bullet Vanishes and set in Northern China in the 1930s, the mysterious escape leads the inspector down a rabbit hole of surprising discoveries.
Sean Lau, Gordan Lam, Rhydian Vaughan, Jiang Yi Yan
A group of misfits team up to save humanity from creatures known as the Winged Tribe, who lost their power of flight centuries ago after their war against mankind. But now, they are hell-bent on seeking revenge by obtaining a mystical artifact called the Naga Pearls.
Darren Wang, Zhang Tianai, Simon Yam, Sheng Guansen
Gui (Wang Luodan) is a gifted but socially awkward detective, and her extraordinary imagination and strong logical mind has helped her solve numerous cases in the past. One day, while investigating a murder case near her neighborhood, her curiosity pushes her to discover shocking secrets of the people she knows...