Since 2007, the Hong Kong Health Authority has implemented an anti-smoking law that bans smoking in all indoor areas. This pushes office smokers to take their cigarette breaks in the street. Smokers from neighboring buildings gradually bond and form a new community known as "Hot Pot Pack", as they would gather around a trash bin with an ashtray, staring small takes with raunchy jokes. During the cigarette break, Jimmy (Shawn Yu) befriends a misfit salesgirl Cherie (Miriam Yeung) who also likes to light up. An awkward romance soon blossoms amidst the anxiety of their nicotine rush.
Miriam Yeung, Shawn Yue, Cheung Tat Ming, Charmaine Fong
An ageing bachelor finally meets the girl of his dreams and proposes marriage, only to discover her psychologist stepmom was his first love long ago. The future in-laws initially pretend not to know each other but as the wedding date gets nearer, the rekindling of long-dormant feelings develops into a cross-generational love triangle.
Lifelong friends Tin (Sean Lau), Chow (Louis Koo) and Wai (Nick Cheung) all work for the Hong Kong Police Department's Narcotics Bureau. The three tough law enforcers would readily risk their lives for each other, but a dangerous mission in Thailand could put their brotherly bond to the test. Capturing notorious “Eight-faced Buddha”, South East Asia’s most powerful drug lord, would give ambitious chief inspector Tin the promotion he has been working toward, while his loyal deputy Wai would be happy with a little more respect and glory. Chow strongly objects to the international mission, but he realizes that success could be his ticket to stop undercover work and live a normal life with his pregnant wife. In Thailand, Tin and Wai collaborate with local police to plan an operation to trap Eight-faced Buddha through Chow's undercover gang. The covert operation goes bad at the last minute, and a battle breaks out. The three friends are confronted by a tragic emotional dilemma... Five years later, burdened with personal hardship, two friends are still seeking to revenge the loss of a third. Friendship turns into rivalry and brotherhood must be sacrificed once again. A war between good and evil unfolds, and there's no turning back!
When an internationally-renowned Feng Shui Master, Ray (Vic Chou), forecasts a predestined doom ahead, he sets out to find an ill-fated wretch to serve as the scapegoat of his mishaps. After meeting Pei Pei (Fiona Sit) and knowing that she is the person he looks for, Ray purposefully woos her to keep her by his side. But little did Ray expect that he would eventually fall in love with Pei Pei, and must decide whether their relationship is worth the series of unfortunate events that would follow…
Jiang Shun, a man with an IQ level of a preschooler, one day finds an abandoned baby. He decides to adopt her and names her Jiang Chong Ming, meaning clever. As Chong Ming grows up, she indeed grows to be a smart and clever girl who protects her father from being bullied by the village kids. But when Chong Ming reaches adolescence and starts to discover romance, she starts feeling that her father`s existence is a burden.
The Seventh Lie, a fictional film dealing with a disturbing world of treachery, and the unpleasant secrets of human nature, tells the story of four tales interweave in the hours of darkness in Hong Kong City.
Ace vampire slayer Reeve (Ekin Cheng) tracks his arch-enemy, the Duke Dekotes (Mickey Hardt) to Hong Kong. The Duke is hunting for Kazaf (Edison Chen), the fifth prince of the vampire nation. With Kazaf's blood and the ancient vampire bible, the Duke will bring a new age of darkness. Reeve has a new partner, a feisty but inexperienced young beauty named Gypsy (Gillian Chung). Matters are further complicated when Reeve's younger sister Helen (Charlene Choi), develops romantic feelings for Kazaf.
Charlene Choi, Gillian Chung, Ekin Cheng, Edison Chan, Anthony Wong, Jackie Chan
In this action-packed sequel to the 2015 blockbuster hit, China’s deadliest Special Forces operative, Leng Feng, returns into action when he crosses paths with a sadistic band of mercenaries terrorizing innocent civilians.
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.
The second biggest hits in China during the 2016 lunar New Year holiday! A sequel to the 2014 record-breaking box office action-fantasy hit, The Monkey King, starring Hong Kong superstar Aaron Kwok as the Monkey King with Gong Li as the White Bone Spirit!
Aaron Kwok, Gong Li, Feng Shao Feng, Xiao Shen Yang, Him Law, Fei Xiang
Internet songwriter Jamie (Cherry Ngan) is gifted with an extraordinary retentive memory. One day, she was kidnapped by Yung (Ronald Cheng), a street punk, to a remote fish raft. In the hope to flee with the only ability she has, Jamie offers to give a spiritual music therapy to Yung. The two who have nothing in common begin to form an intimate bond through music. More than that, Jamie finds immense inspirations on this “floating stage”, while discovering the incredible singing voice in Yung - a seemingly hopeless criminal can also possess a voice as captivating as the sound of nature…