Directed by Derek Yee, this touching drama depicts young migrants' dream of stardom at China's Hengdian World Studios, also nicknamed the "Hollywood of the East". Featuring guest appearances from Hong Kong stars including Daniel Wu, Anita Yuen, Alex Fong and Stephen Fung.
Wan Guo Peng, Wang Ting, Wang Zhao, Jiang Tao, Zhang Wen Bin, Yang Yu Jian, Shen Kai, Xu Xiao Qin, Daniel Wu, Anita Yuen, Alex Fong, Stephen Fung
This fantasy-action-drama tells the story of a monk who realizes he is the reincarnation of Golden Child who was cast down from heaven to experience life and death one hundred times as he broke a sacred rule by falling in love with another fairy, Jade. While Golden Child’s memories were erased, Jade refused to forget their love and accumulated goodwill over one hundred reincarnations to end Golden Child’s suffering.
Gao Jian Xiang (Aaron Kwok) is a Malaysian Chinese corrupt policeman in Kuala Lumpur. He accidentally kills a pedestrian on the way to his mother's funeral. To escape responsibility, Gao hides the body in his trunk, and then his mother's coffin. He thinks that his life could return to normal, but unexpectedly, the pedestrian who was killed by him was a wanted man. At the same time, Gao is eyed by another policeman (Wang Qian Yuan) who claims that he saw Gao knock down the wanted man and asked him to return the body to the police station. Will the case be settled just by returning the body?
Two Tigers is a crime comedy movie about a bumbling young man Yu Kai Xuan (Qiao Shan), who kidnaps a middle-aged businessman Zhang Cheng Gong (Ge You) for ransom. However, the captor becomes the captive when Zhang turns the tables on Fang and forces him to complete three tasks. The two men soon find themselves sharing a journey filled with absurdity and deception until they are forced to make a final choice.
An international culinary competition becomes a battleground between two rival cooks, one famous for his Cantonese street food and the other a Michelin-starred chef trained in France. But their rivalry takes an unexpected turn when they discover a common foe and combine their skills in a fusion of East and West.
In order to teach her daughter Jennifer a lesson, billionaire Mr. Fong hires Filipiono bodyguarddriver Mario to help execute his plan. After declaring sick and bankrupt, Fong sends Jennifer to the ghetto to start from zero. With the help of Mario Jennifer is able to survive the hardship and finally has her own business. While the two begin to have feelings to each other, Mr. Fong is found critically ill and Jennifer must take over her father's business. Will the romance between Jennifer and Mario end before it has started? A romantic comedy starring Lau Ching-Wan and Gigi Leung.
War and chaos plagued China in the early years of the Republic era. Two master swindlers, "Ghost Face" (Richie Jen) and "Stone Buddha" (Tengger) are sworn enemies drawn together in a daring plot to steal a trainload of gold that the Japanese conspirators used to fund Chinese warlord Admiral Wang (Jiu Kong). But the duo are not the only people coveting the mammoth treasure - on their way to the remote northwestern desert town where the gold is headed, they encounter a host of people, each with their own agenda but all trying to outwit one another with their schemes and schemes-within-schemes...
A coming-of-age tale about a group of close friends from high school, college and eventually reaching adulthood through the 1990s and 2000s. They meet again at a friend's wedding in 2014 and recall their romantic past through memories.
Wallace (Simon Yam), an old gang member, is tasked to kill the son of a mob boss called Robert. Gathering his team for the job, including his protégé, Sky (Philip Ng), his daughter, Lily (Sabrina Qiu), Tyson, (Jordan Chan) and BBQ (Cheung Siu Fai), the six set out to hunt Robert Down. But when the mission goes horribly wrong, Wallace later finds out that it was all a set-up to flush out a mole in his team…
Ah Long (Chow Yun Fat), a former motorcycle racer, was sentenced to jail, leaving his pregnant girlfriend Por Por (Sylvia Chang) alone. Por Por was tricked to believe her newborn son was dead so she left Hong Kong. After his release, Ah Long tries to put a life together for himself and his son as a truck driver for a quarry. Ten years later, the three of them encounter...
Chow Yun Fat, Huang Kun Hsuen, Ng Mang Tat, Sylvia Chang
A light-hearted satire on Singapore and Singaporeans from different walks of life. When Singapore is hit with a widespread bout of food poisoning - with at least fifty victims - everyone is sent into a tizzy. How could something like this happen in Singapore? And who's responsible?
The extended Cheng family is like the movie’s Chinese name “Little Hong Kong” and represents the Hong Kong of today with its myriad of contradictions: between tradition and modernity, superstition and materialism, family and individual. People in the city will need to strive hard to put aside all issues in order to move forward. At the end of the day, one should take things easy as living is just like breathing, with its up and down rhythm.