Yip Kam-hung continues his theme of aroma after Metade Fumaca and Lavander in this movie Elixir Of Love. Starring the laugh jerking singer-actress Miriam Yeung and Richie Ren, this is their first time for a costumed romance comedy. The 10million box office hit with all the picturesque scenery are shot in Shangri-la, Yunnan and Wuxi, Jiangsu China, providing the viewers a feast for their eyes as well as laughs. Once upon a time, there is a small country whose emperor has his one and the only one daughter princess (Miriam Yeung). Exciting he is, his beloved princess is diagnosed with a pungent body smell, which none of the doctors can help. The little princess then grows up and prepares to get marry. Emperor calls for anyone who can cure his daughter's body problem can be his son-in-law. Amateur aromatherapist Kai (Richie Ren) decides to try his luck...
Miriam Yeung, Richie Ren, Kenny Bee, Eric Kot, Alex Fong, Zhao Liang, Lam Suet, Xie Yu Xiang
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!
Chow Yun-Fat stars as "Magic Hands" Ken, a legendary gambling maestro who is forced out of retirement when his daughter's safety is compromised by an international gambling mafia. In order to save her, Ken and his new protégé Cool (Nicholas Tse) must work together to expose the evil mastermind Ko (Gao Hu) by challenging him to a high stakes head-to-head battle of cards.
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.
There are pretty much triad films in Hong Kong, but Sylvia Chang brings new heart to the genre with her latest directorial effort Run Papa Run. Sylvia Chang ventures into the male-centric world of triads and fatherhood, and the result is one of the best Hong Kong films of 2008.
Chi-yi is a veteran cop, who values his own safety more than anything else and is therefore infamous for his cowardice and poor efficiency at work. Yi-ping, on the other hand, is just graduated from the police academy and is more than ready to prove herself regardless of any risks. Daughter of the head of the National Policy Agency, Yi-ping is secretly kept away from danger by being appointed to team up with Chi-yi. Starting from a seemingly pointless case of a puppy's accidental death, from eating chocolate, the essentially incompatible pair unexpectedly digs up the clues to a series of mysterious deaths.
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.
Police officer Zhong Wen (Jackie Chan) meets his estranged daughter Miaomiao (Jing Tian) in her boyfriend Wu Jiang's (Liu Ye) bar, but a strange dispute suddenly breaks out. While trying to break up the fray, Zhong Wen gets knocked out. He wakes up to find that all the customers in the bar are being held hostage by Wu, who demands a certain prisoner be brought to him. Zhong gradually realizes that everything is connected to a deadly incident that happened years ago.
The young orchestra Song Yu (Chow Yun Fai) and jewelry designer Yuet-heung (Brigitte Lin) did not know each other. But they had similar dreams of being happy together or even making love in a background of 2,000 years ago! In an exhibition of Qin Dynasty's Terra-cotta army, they finally met. Two hearts started to burn and things would never be the same!
Airline pilots Cool (Chapman To), Sam (Lam Tsz Chung) and Guy (Dominic Ho) were proud womanizers whom all took tremendous pleasure in making rounds with every stewardess they came across. But one day during a seemingly routine flight, they encounter a violent magnetic storm that sent them falling through a wormhole and travelling back in time to the Ming Dynasty!