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.
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.
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.
Xiao Muo (Chen Bo-Lin) is a young man who is brought up in an old Taipei neighborhood. One day, a beautiful young girl May (Tong Yao) subsequently appears in Xiao Muo's neighborhood. As she suffers from a voice problem and is desperate to hide herself, Xiao Muo offers her a place to stay, finds her a job at a local diner, and even takes her to a Chinese doctor for treatment. His kindness seems to touch her heart, but does not help to lift her melancholic mood. Like Xiao Muo, others in the neighborhood are kind to her and never ask where she is from. Meanwhile, in Taipei, there is news that a debut artiste of a record company failed to show up at the launch event and has disappeared. Curious, journalist Jack sets off to find the whereabouts of this young artist named May. Xiao Muo finds himself falling in love with May as her voice is recovering but her heart belongs somewhere else. He finally understands that one disappears in order to be found.
Chin (Ge You) is a mediocre looking middle-aged bachelor. A self-made entrepreneur, he has never had much luck in the love department. He puts out a personal ad hoping to find a relationship, and after a string of bizarre encounters and bad dates, he finally strikes a chord with the beautiful Xiao-xiao (Shu Qi). Feeling she's out of his league, Chin hesitates to further approach her and instead, develops an accidental friendship with her. As they spend more time together, they find companionship in each other, with Xiao-xiao lighting up Chin's once dull and repetitive life, and Chin providing a shoulder for Xiao-xiao to cry on as she suffers through her heartbreak over a break-up. The companionship grows to affection; will Chin finally win her heart and together open a new chapter of their lives?
This opulent movie offers the great talents of director He Ping from Red Firecracker Green Firecracker and top movie stars Vicki Zhao, Kiichi Nakai & Jiang Wen. The movie takes place during the time of the Tang Dynasty in China as horses and camels lead the protagonists down the famous Silk Road.
Tofu shop girl Fleur possesses a quirky gift for hip hop and dance which she uses to becomes a supernova in the university dance crew. Meanwhile, Alan, from the Tai Chi Club has an eye for Fleur's sleight of hand and tries to recruit her into his club.
Cherry Ngan, Babyjohn Choi, Lokman Yeung, Janice Fan, Tommy Guns
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?
Chow Yun Fat and Huang Xiaoming both propelled to super stardom in the role of Xu Wenqiang in different versions of The Bund, a story of loyalty and betrayal set in 1930s Shanghai and its criminal underworld. Now, the two generations of Xu Wenqiang return to Shanghai together in The Last Tycoon. Loosely based on the life of notorious crime boss Du Yuesheng, The Last Tycoon traces two critical periods in the life of Cheng Daqi, a small-time fruit seller who climbs up the ranks of the Shanghai underworld and gets embroiled in the chaos of World War II. In their first big-screen pairing, Huang and Chow both play Cheng at different periods of his life — with Huang playing Daqi as the ambitious young gangster and Chow playing Daqi as the commanding crime lord. The powerful crime drama also co-stars Sammo Hung as Daqi's boss, Francis Ng as the conniving villain and Yolanda Yuan as Daqi's long-lost lover. In addition to the great screen chemistry between the star-studded cast, the film also features a beautiful recreation of 1930s Shanghai and explosive battle scenes that makes The Last Tycoon a grand gangland epic!
Chow Yun-Fat, Francis Ng, Huang Xiaoming, Ni Ni, Sammo Hung
Underworld godfather Kim is friendly and sociable, likes singing more than being the big boss. He always maintains the principle of peace, harmony and stability which has won the support of the gang elders. However, the cool and handsome no. 2 guy, Lung, believes that he has what it takes to be the big boss. To support Lung, his wife sets a trap to seduce Kim, setting in motion a series of events in this comedy-drama.
Alan Tam, Jordan Chan, Christine Ng, Jamie Chik, Babyjohn
Yee(Gillian Chung), a young, carefree woman who has just dumped her boyfriend Shu (Lawrence Chou) at the airport before a trip they were going to take together. Little does she know that her breakup was witnessed by her ex-boy friend Ping (William Chan), who was there with his new live-in girlfriend Sze (Michelle Wai). Yee had been living with her boyfriend, so all of a sudden she's homeless. Ping takes her in. During their two days living together, the spark between them is reignited while they analyze their own romantic pasts (seen by the audience through an extensive collection of flashbacks). They end up asking themselves, are they more in love with their exes, and which ex are they falling for all over again?
An undercover police officer attempts to take down a drug trafficking syndicate called the Twin Eagles from the inside. But his operation starts to spiral out of control when he slowly becomes an addict while trying to gain the leader's trust.
Huang Xuan, Duan Yihong, Lang Yueting, Zu Feng, Xing Jiadong, David Wang