Bowl (Kenny Kwan) and Noodle (Steven Cheung) are two idle highschool students who need to evade three menaces each day before they can enter their school. Little bully Razor (Cheung Tat Ming) chases them over a minor dispute, the uniformed policeman David (Tats Lau Yee Tat) body-searches everyone he sees, and the small-time gangster Ganker (Chan Wai Man) looks out for new blood to join his ever-shrinking business. Pride and dignity seem so out of reach. Bowl does not even know how to sound convincing when he tries to persuade his sister Candy (Katie Kwok) not to walk down the wrong path. If only they can find the guiding light to fame and fortune, then life will be fine again. Some dreams do come true. Trying to stay ahead of Razor, Bowl and Noodle join Ganker and end up at a gangster conference where the Boss (Ray Lui) gives them HK$300,000 to perform a Mission of Glory at 6 am the next morning. It is a lot of money and a way to fame, but a deadly mission awaits them. With ten hours left to go, there is money to spend, families to visit, idols (special appearances by Twins) to meet and unspoken love to be voiced. Before daybreak, can Bowl and Noodle turn a nightmare into a self-fulfilling experience?
Steven Cheung, Kenny Kwan, Katie Kwok, Gillian Chung, Charlene Choi
Li Xuelian and her husband Qin Yuhe stage a fake divorce to secure a second apartment in the city reserved by the government for single people. Qin remarries six months later - as agreed - but to a different woman. Furious and refused to fail, Li takes on the legal system again and again.
Fan Bingbing, Zhang Jiayi, Yu Hewei, Dong Chengpeng, Guo Tao
This heart-breaking romantic tale starts from a beautiful lie. A Korean student who has only 6 months to live falls in love with a young Chinese woman in Shanghai. Rather than letting her see him die, he makes up his mind to break up with her...
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
Mini's broken heart leads her to pack on the pounds. The depressed young woman meets an obese man named Fatso, he helps her get herself back on track and shed the pounds. After dropping the unwanted heft, Mini rekindles her relationship with her first love, but is this the happy ending she wants?
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.
Tyler is a restless, streetwise 21-year-old Hong Kong native who's had trouble gaining the trust of others all his life. He secretly fantasizes about living the good life in South America. After a while, he is forced to deal with the reality of impending fatherhood. Hankering for quick cash, however, he joins a bodyguard company. Later, he makes friends with a once disillusioned mercenary determined to begin life in a new way. However, their companionship is brief: they both are uncontrollably forced toward opposite sides of a deadly showdown...
Nicholas Tse, Wu Bai, Candy Lo, Cathy Tsui, Anthony Wong, Couto Remotigue Jr
Two eccentric hot-blooded young men, Lung and Chi-Yeung, lead a devil-may-care life. But when a mysterious monster appears in the city and turns people into zombies, Lung risks his life to break into the infected district for rescuing Chi-Yeung and his dream girl.
Michael Ning, Louis Cheung, Alex Man, Carrie Ng, Cherry Ngan, Venus Wong
When Emperor Qianlong went to hold a memorial ceremony for a beloved of him in Lily Pond, he narrowly escaped assassination by his old enemy Xu Lian. After the battle, he lost the Qian Kun fan, which he never ever left his hands. In order to find the treasured fan, Chen Wenjie, a talented child who had become Number One Scholar authorized by the emperor, together with Chen Qingyun, foster father of Chen Wenjie and a little monk named Xinyuan who had very good feats of martial arts. They began their journey of looking for the killer.
A naive young woman from Hong Kong goes to New York to study. Her distant relative, a street-wise cabbie, takes care of her in the big city. Despite their differences they fall for each other, However, autumn seems to be the time they need to depart...
Zilong Chen (Donnie Yen) has been an undercover cop in Xiong's (Colin Chou) underworld gang for several years. Xiong is trying to wipe out every undercover in his underworld gang. The more undercover cops were killed, the more Zilong is worried about his identity. He finally went to his supervisor Sir Zhang (Ronald Cheng) asking for a time-out for his and his family's life's sake. So he asked Zilong to go to Mainland to work with Xiong's best protégé Sunny (Andy On)... To exchange that if Zilong can break Sunny's business connection, Sir Zhang has made an offer to reinstate Zilong's Police Officer identity. Zilong is in serious danger. Sunny's network for Zilong's security, however, when they reached Sunny, he was long gone, and Zilong's identity is exposed.
Donnie Yen, Andy On, Ronald Cheng, Jing Tian, Hanyu Zhan