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?
When veteran detective Hei's (Tony Leung Chiu Wai) father-in-law, the billionaire benefactor Chau, is gruesomely murdered in his palatial mansion, he enlists the assistance of his former partner turned private detective, Bong (Takashi Kaneshiro). Undoubtedly, Bong and Hei are after a monster in a perfect crime: every detail was meticulously orchestrated, every motive conveniently justifiable, and every culprit and potential witness mysteriously eliminated. As Bong digs deeper and deeper into the case, all evidence seems to point to Chau's daughter and Hei's hysterical wife, Susan (Xu Jing Lei). But then the killer ups the ante by murdering Susuan as well. Bong starts grappling with the suspicion that the man they hunt is someone very
Tony Leung Chiu-wai, Takashi Kaneshiro, Shu Qi, Xu Jing Lei, Chapman To
Pang Jr., a young killer from Cambodia, arrived Hong Kong to assassinate the wife of a judge. But once Pang finished his job, he got into a misunderstanding with his agent and was left astray on the city's unfamiliar streets. At the same time, cop Sam and his team of detectives, Lam, Keo, Cheung and Wai, got their orders and arrived the crime scene to investigate. Wai soon found Pang with his intuition and started pursuit. The two men became like two wild dogs to attack each other, neither one wanting to stop until the other side fell!
Yan, Le (Tien You Chi) and Xing (Chor-yiu Kwan) are three best friends since they were kids. They haven't met each other after Yan moved to another country. Twenty years later the three men are re-united through Facebook, and found themselves having gone very different ways. Yan, now a leading financial analyst, falls in love with a politician’s wife. Le, a poor college lecturer, found his real father whom he never met, with the help of his student lover. And Xing, a stylist who vows to say goodbye to his deprived past, engages in a relationship with a rich divorcee. The movie reveals how people value commitment in modern society, and explores controversial issues that most local films rarely touch.
Kelvin Kwan, Chui Tien You, Christopher Goh, Candy Law, Mandy Lieu, Joy
College-educated Harvard decides to become a gangster. He is promoted through the ranks, then heads his own team. As Hong Kong prepares for its 1997 handover, Harvard works with the police to ensure survival of his gang. Harvard is able to move along with the times, cashing in on trends just ahead of the authorities. He gets into businesses beyond their jurisdiction, particularly internet porn. Harvard goes legitimate, getting rid of the violent aspects of gangsterhood, alienating the fighters and those who cannot adapt. Harvard decides to resolve a gangland power struggle by himself - but discovers that the person betraying him is ...
William Chan, Patrick Tam, Michelle Wai, Irene Wan
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
College student Nam (Michelle Wai) juggles school and a part-time gig as a photographer's assistant for her longtime friend Chun Man (Carlos Chan), who holds an obvious torch for her. With high school reunion coming up, Nam recalls her abbreviated puppy love with classmate To Chi (Ken Hung), her almost boyfriend who left suddenly for Canada. Their bickering relationship ended over a misunderstanding back in high school, but the two reconnect immediately when they meet again. Nam is as happy as could be with To Chi. But one day Chun Man tells her that To Chi is actually comatose in Canada, and that no one else can see To Chi.
"The Imperial Cat" Constable Zhan Zhao (Andy Lau), Who is constantly bugging heads with "The Multicolored Mouse" Bai Yutong (Cecilia Cheung), a Robin Hood-like crime fighter. Unbeknownst to Zhan, however, Bai is actually a girl who has had the longest crush on her companion from the other side of the law. As their conflicts escalate, Bai has to think of a way to win Zhan's heart without giving him too big of a shock!
Andy Lau, Cecilia Cheung, Anthony Wong, Li Bing Bing, Cheung Tat Ming
When three friends open a hot pot restaurant in a former bomb shelter, they discover it's linked by a single wall to the bank vault next door. While deciding to take the easy money or go to the police, they find out one of the bank's employees is a former classmate and look to enlist her in deciding their future.
Chapman To (Diva, Vulgaria) turns into a talent manager again in The Midas Touch along with idol Charlene Choi (My Sassy Hubby) and the movie's eight young, quirky models. Written and directed by Shaolin Soccer co-writer Fung Chih Chiang, The Midas Touch explores the sacrifices an artist manager and wannabe-stars have to make to rise to the top. Also appearing in the movie are Go Yun Xiang, Gillian Chung, Nicholas Tse and real-life golden manager Mani Fong. Suen (Charlene Choi) was once a well-known artist manager but her career is going down after her scandalous habit of peeping at stars has been exposed. Betrayed by an action star that she worked for and singled out by the industry, Suen meets Mak (Chapman To), a debt collector who recently took over his debtor's artist agency. With high hopes to make a good fortune out of the agency, Mak finds the grand plan nowhere in sight with the company's eight subpar artists - but things start to turn around with Suen's help.
"S For Sex S For Secret" is a comedy-drama about four people with drastically different views of sex. As a pair of newly-weds struggles with their marriage and sex life, an influential celebrity manager struggles to balance out her love for her husband with his sex addiction.
Pakho Chau, Annie Liu, Jacquelin Chong, Philip Keung, Jeana Ho
Legendary filmmakers Derek Yee and Tsui Hark join forces in this martial arts epic about an elite swordsman who is haunted by his deadly talent, and his quest to find peace in a violent world ruled by martial arts.
Police Story 2 picks up where the first one left off and Jackie Chan reenacts his role as the unsung, intrepid cop, Chan Ka-Kui. Despite his one-man effort in nabbing the bad guys in the first film, all Ka-Kui earns is a humiliating demotion to traffic duty, not to mention constant harassment from the vengeful mobster he puts out of business. He decides to take a vacation with his girlfriend May (by Maggie Cheung). However, when terrorists threaten Hong Kong, he has to abort his vacation plans and track down the suspects. During the process, May becomes their kidnap target. Ka-Kui confronts his adversaries to save his girl - and the day. Police Story 2 gives the audience top-notch stunt works, intricate fight scenes, and a touch of comedy here and there. Again, Chan is magic on the screen. Another gem for Hong Kong cinephiles and action lovers addicted to Chan's charm and screen gymnastics.