After “Golden Chickenesss”, this is a comeback story about the misadventures of a group of gigolos, led by Future, trying to make their mark in Hong Kong. As with any profession, they have their share of setbacks, but their ability to find laughter within the tears reflects the drive, passion and the indomitable spirit of the Hong Kong people.
In this action-packed sequel to the 2015 blockbuster hit, China’s deadliest Special Forces operative, Leng Feng (Wu Jing), returns into action when he crosses paths with a sadistic band of mercenaries terrorizing innocent civilians.
Directed by Ann Hui, the movie is based on a true story. Ah Tao works as a maid for Roger’s family for four generations. After they emigrated, she stays only to work for Roger, but is forced to retire and move into an elderly home after she suffered a stroke. Since then, Roger becomes her caregiver as Ah Tao starts adapting to a new life.
During the time when Hong Kong was under British rule, there was a dark age when corruption and bribery were the order of the day. But in the darkness comes brave individuals who are determined to end corruption with the founding of Hong Kong's anti-corruption bureau in this star-studded crime drama that features Tony Leung Ka Fai, Anthony Wong, Eason Chan and Alex Fong.
Eason Chen, Tony Leung Ka Fai, Anthony Wong, Alex Fong, Bowie Lam, Pao Qi Qing, Natalie Meng Yao, Kate Tsui
A retired bodyguard who is suffering from early stages of dementia befriends a young girl whose life is threatened when her father falls in with the international crime world. The girl disappeared one day, and the bodyguard vows to save the life of his young friend.
In the mid-1990s in Macau, a teenage boy and girl kill someone and clean up the crime scene together. The girl is from China and is bullied in her new school. The boy is from a complicated family who has close ties to the gangster world. They are instantly attracted to each other when they met but who did they kill and will they get away with it?
Ma Yongzhen (Philip Ng) and Lung Chat (Andy On) are renowned after taking down the Axe Gang, the largest triad gang in Shanghai. Ma is also helped by a kung fu master, the Iron Leader (Sammo Hung), to fight against their enemy. Being defeated, the Axe Gang holds a grudge and kills Lung. Ma, after watching his brother die, decides to take revenge.
Wei Hung Jen is a struggling actor who gets fired but finds a job behind the scene. Hui Hsin, the associate producer, must write a script for a love story so as to get a reference letter to study scriptwriting overseas. As Jen falls for Hui, he invites her out on a date as a research for her script and they start acting out of love.
In this prequel, young Mark heads to Saigon to find his cousin Mun and meets a female gang leader Kit, who teaches him gun skills. Kit falls for Mark but Mark knows Mun also loves her so he did not reciprocate her love. The return of Kit’s ex-boyfriend brings this love triangle to a head after he bombs Mun’s garage, forcing her to sort things out.
Bai Xing Hotel is a five-star luxury hotel located in Qian Dao Lake, Hang Zhou, with a service level only worthy of a four-star hotel. The head office sent Cruella Koo, a tough executive, to lead reforms for the hotel and upgrade the employees’ performance to reach the five-star level.
Ronald Cheng, Sandra Ng, Teresa Mo, Chapman To, Raymond Wong
The former SWAT captain, Dong Gu, suffers traumatic visual loss during a failed mission for which he is forced to take responsibility. He manages to get over and adapt to the situation with his daughter’s company, until his nemesis appears and puts his daughter in danger. Despite being blind, Dong Gu must fight to save his daughter.
After his beloved woman married his brother, Ou Yang Feng moves to the desert to run an inn and becomes a killer agent. He makes acquaintance of different people with their different stories ... The movie is the winner of the 1st Hong Kong Film Critics Society Awards for Best Film, Best Director, Best Screenplay and Best Actor (Leslie Cheung).
Leslie Cheung, Tony Leung, Maggie Cheung, Bridgette Lin, Carina Lau, Jacky Cheung, Charlie Yeung