Louis Koo stars as a police negotiator who is searching for his 16 year old daughter’s whereabouts when she is kidnapped. Travelling to Bangkok, he teams up with a local detective (Tony Jaa) and investigates a black market organ smuggling ring in the hopes of locating his daughter in this action crime movie.
A light-hearted romantic-comedy set in the scenic Penghu Islands in Taiwan starring Shu Qi and Richie Jen about a wealthy girl running into a local hostel owner whose business is in danger of closing down.
Hong Kong Film Awards Best Actor, Tony Leung Ka Fai stars and directs Midnight Diner – the Chinese movie adaptation of the Japanese series of the same title. A small, counter-only restaurant in Shanghai is open only from midnight to early morning. The Master (Tony Leung Ka Fai) has no menu but will create something unique for each customer. Through the years, people from all over come to the Midnight Diner to share their stories, taste Master’s delicious cooking, and leave feeling refreshed and full.
A girl moves into a mansion and accidentally reveals the horrible memories buried in the house. To get rid of her fears and end the entanglement of fate, she decides to restart the psychic ritual, not knowing that it is the beginning of a nightmare!
When a terrorist group plots to obtain nuclear materials under the cover of a violent coup in Northern Africa, only the Chinese Navy’s elite, Jiaolong Assault Team, have the deadly skill and precision needed to take on the situation and rescue its citizens.
Zhang Yi, Huang Jing Yu, Hai Qing, Du Jiang, Zhang Han Yu
In 1979, giant fossils belonging to unknown creatures are found in the mountains near Mongolian border and a government-funded excavation endeavor is initiated, led by Professor Yang. Among the workers is Hu Bayi, a young soldier who in love with the Professor's beautiful daughter Ping. When a freak explosion collapses the excavated tunnels, the small group must trek through the mountain's treacherous bowels, only to discover a mysterious cyclopean temple which - as it soon becomes apparent — that the Professor had been actively looking for.
Namiya is a Chinese adaptation of the novel, Miracles Of The Namiya General Store, by best-selling author, Keigo Higashino. When three runaways shack up in an abandoned general store, a supernatural correspondence connects them to many lives that were all touched by the owner of the store years before they were born.
Henry Chen, a former soldier, is recruited for his toughest mission yet - teaching a class of teen delinquents. As he kicks his way into their school and home lives, it becomes clear that his unconventional teaching style might be just what they need.
A newly engaged Hong Kong woman tries to rid herself of a secret sham marriage to a mainlander that she was paid for years ago, before she can get married for real.
Winner of Best Original Film Score and Best New Director at the 39th Hong Kong Film Awards.
A wild and hilariously anachronistic tale of an imperial guard of the Forbidden City who has no martial arts abilities. When the emperor is abducted, he saved the day with his unusual hobby: tinkering with futuristic inventions!
An affluent second generation rich man (Zheng Kai) squanders his parents’ money and calls himself Mr McDreamy. When his parents finally had enough of him and disowned him, he decides to establish a “Mr McDreamy Training Academy” using various unconventional means to transform his four recruits into “Mr. McDreamies” with hilarious results.
Based on a Thai ghost story of Kuman Thong, the film revolves around a woman who has caused the death of her young brother a long time ago. When she returns to the old house where they lived before, she finds herself haunted by the spirit of her young brother wanting to take revenge for his death.
Monica Chan, Cheng Pei Pei, An Ze Hao, Yang Jing Ru