Miu Ling dreams of becoming a secret agent. Even though it seems impossible, she still harbours such a dream and hopes that it will soon come true. One day, Miu Ling rescues an injured secret agent who promises to make her his apprentice. From then on, her life is turned upside down and she goes onto a roller-coaster of madcap adventures.
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.
Lee believes people who commit suicide will go to hell. After his wife killed herself because of cancer, Lee feels the pain of people with suicidal thoughts and thinks of killing them to bring them to heaven. He then kills the four people from a suicidal website. Despite Lee seeing himself acting upon God’s will, his belief is being challenged.
Simon Yam, Nick Cheung, Liu Kai Chi, Kenny Wong, Mimi Kung, Evelyn Choi
Daniel Yee Heng Chan, Steve Woo, Liu Jian Ping, Hui Shu Ning
To save his son who has been kidnapped by human traffickers, police officer Zhang relentlessly hunts them down and accidentally finds himself implicated in a major child abduction case. In the process, he teams up with a mysterious lady to crack the international crime syndicate and rescue his son.
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.
A second generation rich man squanders his parents’ money and calls himself Mr McDreamy. When his parents finally have enough and cut him off financially, he establishes a “Mr McDreamy Training Academy” using various unconventional means to transform his four recruits into “Mr McDreamies” with hilarious results.
Donnie Yen plays a Hong Kong police officer who is highly skilled in martial arts but balloons to more than 200 pounds after his fiancé left him. His boss can only assign simple tasks to him like escorting a criminal to Japan, but can he complete it?
Seven Kung Fu masters live in Lucky Town, the only safe residing place in northeast China. When warlord Lam refuses to side with the Japanese, an agent is assigned to take over his army and kill his daughter using ninjutsu. Lam’s daughter escapes and seeks help from the seven masters, who finally defeat the enemy and save the warlord!
Sammo Hung, Ronald Cheng, Eric Tsang, Sandra Ng, Yuen Wah
Adapted from a Korean movie, this is the love story of school swimmer Zhou Xiao Qi and a transfer student You Yong Ci. Zhou falls in love with You at first sight in high school but You leaves suddenly one day without saying goodbye. As fate brings them back together years later, can they get the spark back in their relationship?
Greg Hsu, Zhang Ruo Nan, Liang Jing Kang, Kevin Yan
Lin Xiang is a spy trying to rebuild an underground informant network in Shanghai after the Japanese Occupation. He meets a simple but righteous girl who acts as his wife in the secret mission. When Lin is captured after his identity was revealed, his “wife” comes to save him but can they escape from the foes?
Aaron Kwok, Zhao Li Ying, Zhang Han, Zhang Lan Xin
The pregnant queen of the monster realm flees a civil war and lands in human world, near Yung Ning Village. She seeks the help of a wimpy villager to become the surrogate father for her child, Wuba. From the time he was born, little Wuba embarks on a thrilling journey to escape from those who want to capture him at all costs.
This silver screen epic, a prequel to Infernal Affairs, hit the astonishing $16.8 million box office mark one week after its premiere. The second installment of the Infernal Affairs trilogy brings audiences with ultimate suspense and high quality action scenes! Turning into a Chinese version of the popular Godfather series, Infernal Affairs II offers its viewers an even tighter plot with a brilliant cast led by Edison Chen, Shawn Yue, Carina Lau, Eric Tsang, Anthony Wong, and Francis Ng to supply top entertainment that has rarely been seen in modern Hong Kong cinema. A legend is born at the best of times. From the multiple award-winning team behind the mind-blowing blockbuster, the secrets are finally revealed in this most anticipating prequel: What drove police superintendent Wong (Anthony Wong) and crime boss Sam (Eric Tsang) against one another? How did two struggling moles Yan (Shawn Yue) and Ming (Edison Chen) begin their parallel fates? The keys lie in the hands of three: Sam's wife Mary (Carina Lau), ruthless kingpin Hau (Francis Ng), and righteous cop Luk (Hu Jun). The infernal gates are open to the worst of times...
Shawn Yue, Edison Chen, Carina Lau, Francis Ng, Eric Tsang, Anthony Wong, Hu Jun, Liu Kai Chi, Chapman To