An international culinary competition becomes a battleground between two rival cooks, one famous for his Cantonese street food and the other a Michelin-starred chef trained in France. But their rivalry takes an unexpected turn when they discover a common foe and combine their skills in a fusion of East and West.
Power-hungry overlord Conquer (Sonny Chiba) is out to take over the martial arts world, and his victory depends on two children named Wind and Cloud. Acting on a prophecy by the Mud Buddha (Wayne Lai), Conquer hunts down the two boys, kills their parents, and takes them as disciples. Ten years later, Wind (Ekin Cheng) has grown into a laidback, kind-hearted swordsman, and Cloud (Aaron Kwok), a cold and silent brooder, both with superior martial arts skills. As the top lieutenants in Conquer's clan, Wind and Cloud have as prophesized aided their master in his evil quest to dominate the world. But as he stands at the brink of absolute power, Conquer finally hears the second half of the prophecy: Wind and Cloud will bring him victory... and also downfall.
About four hundred years ago, there was a little known island that China used as a penal colony. In time, Piao Dao (Floating Island), as it later was known, became a haven for traders and seafarers and a fiefdom of Master Hai, a learned strong man who famously refused to submit to the Ming government, angering the declining dynasty and earning himself and his men the epithet "The Hai Rebels." But Piao Dao thrived nonetheless, even attracting merchants and characters of all stripes from the mainland. As everywhere with a concentration of men and wealth, places to help them enjoy their successes naturally sprouted. Thus born the lively Flower Street, where the rich and the weary alike indulged fabulously in the pleasure of tenderness. Many of these transients never made it home and, instead, found their final resting place beneath the untamed soil of Piao Dao. Each year the islanders honored their memories by holding sacrificial rites on the fifteenth day of the seventh lunar month and the tradition, officially called the "Mid-Summer Fiesta," became one of the most important annual events. The highlight of the ceremony was a singing tribute by the best singing courtesans put forth from every brothel. Called "Singing Rites of the Courtesans," the girls soothed and comforted the displaced spirits with their magnificent voices. Along with the lustrous "Parade of the Courtesans," the ritual lit up the tiny paradise in the dark of the Pacific. But the good times came to an end when finally Ming soldiers wiped out The Hai Rebels and along with it the bustling port of trade. The distant memory of a penal colony devolved into a desolate leper's island. Legends has it that a frightful ghost ship filled with masked apparitions had commandeered the island as its anchorage and no one dare to step foot on it again.
After it is discovered that the drugs seized on the Chinese ships had been planted by the henchman of a notorious drug cartel leader named Naw Khar, the governments of Thailand, Laos, Myanmar and China launch a joint task force to apprehend the criminal by sending a band of elite narcotics officers to the Golden Triangle to uncover the truth.
Adapted from a short story in Pu Songling's supernatural classic Liaozhai Zhiyi, The Fox Lover is about white fox spirit Xiaochui (Gillian Chung), who is irrevocably in love with the naive mortal Wang Yuanfeng (Chilam Cheung). In the universe resides the largest sea demon that strikes terror amongst the people. Inside Wang's soul, there is a hidden power able to destroy the fiercest demons. When Xiaochui's loyalties are tested in the clash between humans and demons, she is willing to sacrifice her life for love.
Nicholas Tse, Joey Yung & Eason Chan star in this horror comedy. Wan Fei (Joey Yung) is a promising Chinese Opera singer in love with Ho Fung (Nicholas Tse). She plans to sing for him from the stage, but dies mid-song in an accident. Years later, Wan Fei's ghost returns, and finds that part of her spirit has been reincarnated in the form of Chor-bat (Eason Chan). Wan Fei still longs to sing her song for her lover…
Starring three of Hong Kong's biggest comedy stars, a detective faces difficulties with his job and his love life. Approached by a demon and an angel, will he choose to accept the Devil's deal or the Lord’s offer?
Casey (Venus Wong) had her heart broken by her high school boyfriend, Elton (Edward Ma). Three years later, Casey now much choose between the perfect guy, Adam (Jason Fu) and Elton as the truth behind Elton's betrayal is revealed.
Starring Fan Bingbing and Huang Xiaoming in this Chinese wuxia-fantasy, the Imperial court is plagued by corruption as tyrants rule over the lands. To save the people from their sufferings, sorceress Jade Raksha fights the corrupt soldiers and officials that are responsible for the oppression. As payback, local government officials decide to pin the murder of Governor Zhuo Zhonglian on Jade, turning her and the members of her cult into wanted fugitives for a crime they did not commit.