• 12:35 am

    The life of a housewife for Tiffany (Vivian Hsu) is supposed to be peaceful, until she meets an intruder at home. The intruder holds a video with the kidnap of Tiffany's husband, and uses it to threaten her to be his fake wife - just for 168 hours. While Tiffany buys time to find the truth about her husband's kidnap, she starts to dig out many untold stories about the past...

    Vivian Hsu, Wang Xue Bing, He Jiong

    Jeff Lau

  • 02:10 am

    Directed by Johnnie To, this action-thriller tells the story of a cornered criminal who shoots himself to force police to take him to the hospital, where he can wait for his cohorts to break him out.

    Louis Koo, Wallace Chung, Zhao Wei

    Johnnie To

  • 03:45 am

    Xiao Jie (Angelica Lee) leaves her hometown for the first time in her twenties and tries to become a pop idol. Flight attendant Xiang Xiang (Rene Liu) in her thirties has a complicated love life with a married man and a young sound engineer. Lily (Sylvia Chang), a forty year-old divorcee, bravely faces her new single life... It reveals the inner self of women in different stages of life.

    Sylvia Chang, Rene Liu, Angelica Lee, Anthony Wong, Tony Leung Ka Fei, Richie Jen

    Sylvia Chang

  • 05:35 am

    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.

    Ivy Chen, Michelle Chen, Jerry Yen, Joseph Cheng

    Zero Chou

  • 07:40 am

    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.

    Jackie Chan, Maggie Cheung

    Jackie Chan

  • 09:45 am

    This Singaporean comedy follows the trials and tribulations of a retrenched microbiologist as he turns to taxi driving after several failed job attempts. Along the way, he befriends a veteran taxi driver who is his polar opposite.

    Gan Mei Yan, Gurmit Singh, Jazreel Low, Lai Meng, Mark Lee

    Kelvin Sng

  • 11:30 am

    A martial arts adventure starring Wang Baoqiang as a young, skilled monk who is forced to leave his monastery and fend for himself in the outside world.

    Wang Bao Qiang, Aaron Kwok, Chang Chen, Chiling Li, Fan Wei, Yuen Wah

    Chen Kaige

  • 01:30 pm

    Three very different young women, Hei, Kimmy and May, who were inseparable school friends. A shocking incident provides a climactic test to them. Will the girls stay friends? Can Hei embrace life and love again? Will May abandon her movie dreams? Will Kimmy let jealousy get the better of her?

    Shawn Yue, Fiona Sit, Wallace Chung, Ivy Chen

    Barbara Wong

  • 03:35 pm

    Xiao Jie (Angelica Lee) leaves her hometown for the first time in her twenties and tries to become a pop idol. Flight attendant Xiang Xiang (Rene Liu) in her thirties has a complicated love life with a married man and a young sound engineer. Lily (Sylvia Chang), a forty year-old divorcee, bravely faces her new single life... It reveals the inner self of women in different stages of life.

    Sylvia Chang, Rene Liu, Angelica Lee, Anthony Wong, Tony Leung Ka Fei, Richie Jen

    Sylvia Chang

  • 05:30 pm

    Due to injuries to his nerve system, orphan Siu Bo lost his ability to laugh when he was young. Feeling guilty for what happened, his uncle Qing Song arranges a position for him in a funeral home in the city. Haunted by what he sees every night there, he braves his fears with the support of his uncle who always reminds him of the meaning of their work for the deceased. Along the way, he also finds a way to cope with death when it finally knocks on his door.

    Jim Chim, Beier Bao, Stanley Fung, Janice Man

    Chien Kong Hon

  • 07:10 pm

    When social unrest plagues a Kingdom in ancient China, the Imperial Court collects stockpiles of gold from local governments to expand the royal army. However, the gold is robbed while in transport. In a desperate move to retrieve the stolen treasure, elite royal guards are sent on a mission to go after the gold but soon find out they are not the only ones in pursuit of it.

    Eric TSANG, WONG Yat-Wa, Gigi LEUNG, Ray LUI, Simon YAM, Kara HUI

    XIONG Xin Xin

  • 09:00 pm

    Ao's parents work overseas, leaving Ao with his deaf and taciturn grandfather. Ao runs away. He meets Lan. She had been kidnapped and has just escaped. Bad guys are chasing her. Ao fights them off and they head towards Lan's home. Meanwhile, Ao's parents return, and get the police involved. Ao and Lan bond on the journey. They arrive at Lan's village where her home has been reduced to rubble. The bad guys and the Gang Boss also arrive. Ao and Lan wage war against them. Soon, Ao's parents, grandfather and the police also arrive, and arrest all the bad guys! The family is reunited. Everyone is happy, including Lan, who now has a new home with her new family.

    Wang Yiming, Chen Kun

    Huang Lei

  • 10:40 pm

    MING (Andy Lau) is a mole in the police department. On the command of his Triad boss SAM (Eric Tsang), he became a cop when he was merely 18. After a decade of hard work, he has become a police sergeant in the Criminal Intelligence Bureau. With the help of Sam who tips him off with intelligence of his Triad rivals, Ming manages to earn kudos from his superiors. After passing a recent examination with flying colors, he has high hope of being promoted to probationary inspector. YAN (Tony Leung) is a police mole in the Triads. Recruited before he even graduated from the police academy, he was initiated into the Triads as a teenaged underling. During his decade as an undercover, he has been convicted eight times of causing bodily harm to others, jailed twice, and sentenced to compulsory psychological counseling. As a Red Pole, or enforcer, his immediate boss is none other than Sam. Leading parallel lives, Ming and Yan are feeling increasingly trapped in their false surroundings. Wobbling in the inferno between the living and the dead, they are desperate to find a way out. Ming would like to sever all ties with his illegal past and become a real cop. To do so would mean the elimination of Sam. Yan is sick and tired of chopping people up in the name of justice, and is striving to regain his real identity. Only one person can help him: SUPERINTENDENT WONG (Anthony Wong), the man who recruited him as an undercover. Their curious paths finally cross each other one fateful evening. During a police attempt to topple Sam's illegal operations, both sides realize there's a mole amongst themselves. A series of cat-and-mouse chases ensue, as each side is competing to uncover their mole first. To make things even more chaotic, Ming is finally promoted to probationary inspector and is transferred to Internal Affairs. His first assignment is to uncover Sam's mole in the police department...

    Andy Lau, Tony Leung Chiu Wai, Eric Tsang, Anthony Wong, Gordon Lam, Kelly Chen, Sammi Cheng, Elva Hsiao, Chapman To, Edison Chen, Shawn Yue

    Andrew Lau, Alan Mak