A young translator's collaboration with the enemy results in his life being cursed by a murdered "comfort woman" forced to become a sex slave. Years later, the man's sins come back to haunt his son, a professor specializing in sleeping disorders, when the lady's ghost returns for vengeance.
In this comedy action-fantasy, Benny Chan stars as Daoji, a mystic monk during the Southern Song dynasty that has be tasked to protect the people from monsters. But when the Emperor dies under suspicious circumstances, Daoji uncovers an evil conspiracy, and must seek the help from the Emperor of the Gods and five of the strongest demigods to combat the dark forces threatening the world!
Action legend, Jackie Chan, commands the screen as Huang Xing: the fearless resistance leader and military genius, who opposed a 20,000-strong Imperial Army during the 1908 Guang Xi Uprising with only 200 men! Now, as military commander to legendary revolutionary leader, Sun Yat-sen, he will lead an impoverished and vastly outnumbered rebel army against the Emperor’s elite Royal Forces in a battle that will change the course of history!
Jackie Chan, Li Bing Bing, Winston Chao, Jaycee Chan, Hu Ge, Dennis To
Power-hungry overlord Conquer (Sonny Chiba) is out to take over the martial arts world, and his victory depends on two children named Wind and Cloud. Acting on a prophecy by the Mud Buddha (Wayne Lai), Conquer hunts down the two boys, kills their parents, and takes them as disciples. Ten years later, Wind (Ekin Cheng) has grown into a laidback, kind-hearted swordsman, and Cloud (Aaron Kwok), a cold and silent brooder, both with superior martial arts skills. As the top lieutenants in Conquer's clan, Wind and Cloud have as prophesized aided their master in his evil quest to dominate the world. But as he stands at the brink of absolute power, Conquer finally hears the second half of the prophecy: Wind and Cloud will bring him victory... and also downfall.
The Magic Kitchen is an ensemble of Hong Kong superstars Sammi Cheung and Andy Lau plus the popular young icon Jerry Yan, all three heartthrobs create an invincible synergy. The Magic Kitchen ranks the top 10 movies of the year. It is an adaptation of an eponymous novel by a Hong Kong new literary star Lin Yong-chen, in which the plot beautifully combines comedy and tasty food together. Yau (Sammi Cheung) is a famous chef who owns a speakeasy restaurant (what is speakeasy restaurant?) and cooks everything literally from the recipe book inherited from her deceased mother. Behind her successful career, she is haunted by a family curse overshadowing three generations and destines her to fail in every relationship. On a tour to the “Iron Chef” TV show in Japan with her assistant and secret admirer Hall (Jerry Yan), Yau meets her ex-boyfriend Chuen (Andy Lau) whom she still cannot let go after all these years. Even worse, she finds out that Chuen is in a happy relationship and going to engage her best friend. Overwhelmed by shocking and heartbreaking truths during the tour, Yau suddenly realizes that the key to break the curse is to start a fresh new relationship with Hall.
Andy Lau, Sammi Cheng, Jerry Yan, Stephen Fung, Daniel Wu, Anthony Wong, Vincent Kuk
An aging hoodlum who wants to go clean decides to invest his time and money in proper business by opening a tea-house. However, when the tea-house stands in the way of a development project supported by a rival gang who try to strong-arm everyone out of the development area, he must call upon his old gang to save his tea-house and the others in the project. Starring Anthony Chau-Sang Wong and Charlene Choi.
Anthony Wong, Charlene Choi, Wong You Nam, Michael Chan, Frankie Ng
Set in the near future in Tokyo, Japan. The evil terrorist organization Galactor has declared war on the world. The group possesses more advanced technology than governments and occupies over half of the planet. Dr. KozaburoNambu of the International Science Organization gathers together 5 superhero ninja agents, known collectively as Gatchaman, to stop Galactor.
Tori Matsuzaka, AyameGoriki ,Ryohei Suzuki, Gou Ayano, Tatsuomi Hamada
The story is based on the Chinese legend "Journey to the West," which finds the playful, once-divine Monkey King (Stephen Chow), who is now reborn in a human form, employing a mysterious time-travel device (the titular box) in his quest to shed his human feet of clay. A showcase for the comic gifts of the rubber-faced and nimble Chow, with plenty of dramatic interest, special effects, and martial arts action.
Stephen Chow, Wu Meng Da, Lo Jia Ying, Athena Chu, Karen Mok, Lan Jie Ying
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.
It's the end of the Century, at a corner of the city in a building riddled with crime. Everyone in the building has turned into zombies. After Jenny's (Jessica C.) boyfriend was killed in a zombie attack, she faces the challenge of surviving in the face of adversity. In order to stay alive she struggles with Andy to flee danger.