This is based on the real-life story of Master Yu Jim Yuen who strives to run his academy in the 1960s, even as the opera culture is declining. Three young men, Sammo Hung, Jackie Chan and Yuen Biao, are determined to train under Master Yu and undergo extremely tough training before they become three of Hong Kong’s biggest stars
Set in 4 different eras in China, the 4-part anthology about ‘home and country’ is directed by Wu Jing, Zhang Zi Yi, Xu Zheng and Shen Teng, who also star in their own story. The movie depicts how the ‘fathers’ forge ahead through the struggle of times, defending strong family ties and passing on the ‘fighting’ spirit through generations.
Lu Ming Zhe is a senior police inspector who has repeatedly solved major cases in Hong Kong. When confronting the head of the gangster in the street one day, Lu was distracted and sabotaged by his childhood friend who has just been released from prison. Facing continuous provocation by criminal gangs, Lu vows to eliminate them at all costs.
This film celebrates the 25th anniversary of Hong Kong’s Handover in a series of four cultural stories about young Hong Kongers from different walks of life: a young man with autism pursuing his dream, a reconciliation between father and son, a Chinese opera star helping young pop singers, and a Nepali youth becoming a professional lion dancer.
Ivana Wong, Bill Chan Shek Sau, Chu Pak Him, Kevin Chu, Michelle Yim, Stephanie Che, Anna Ng, Aaron Chow, Alex Lam, Philip Keung, Hubert Wu, Ben Yuen, Eric Tsui, Dong Dong, Eddie Cheung, Jacquelin Chong, Bobular Wong, Yatho Wong, Terry Zhou, Cecilia So, Bi
In this sequel, Zhang Wu Ji successfully rescued the Six Major sects at Dadu. Nevertheless, the quest for the Dragon Sabre continues as Wu Ji and his three girlfriends set sail for Ice Fire Island. After a series of vicious fights, they finally unveil the secret behind the Heaven Sword and Dragon Sabre.
Raymond Lam, Janice Man, Sabrina Qiu, Yun Qian Qian
A newly engaged Hong Kong woman tries to rid herself of a secret sham marriage to a mainlander that she was paid for years ago, before she can get married for real. Winner of Best Original Film Score and Best New Director at the 39th Hong Kong Film Awards.
This movie is inspired by the true story of real-life hero Huo Yuan Jia. When a fight destroys the reputation of this renowned martial arts champion along with the lives of his family, Huo’s path to redemption brings him face-to-face with the most ferocious opponents in the world.
When massive layoffs are expected, four middle-aged men pledge their loyalty to the company by joining the newly formed dragon boat team. As the four embark on their rigorous training, they are forced to face their respective mid-life issues. The process rekindles their long-lost fighting spirit, and they begin to welcome life’s challenges.
Francis Ng, Poon Chan Leung, Kenny Wong, Jennifer Yu
A Hong Kong police inspector, Lin Dong, had to protect an important witness in his mission thirteen years ago. This not only forced him to be separated from his daughter, but also got him involved in a conspiracy spanning more than a decade.
Mosaic, an urban sketcher, is suffering from ALS and wants to create some fond memories as his condition worsens. When Mosaic reunites with his old classmate Angelfish, whom he has a crush on since primary school, he asks her to fulfill his one last wish by becoming his girlfriend for just one day. Will Angelfish say “yes”?
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