In this action-packed movie by John Woo, an upstanding lawyer Du Qiu (Zhang Hanyu) goes on the run after he is framed for a murder. The police launch a large-scale manhunt, but veteran detective Yamura (Masaharu Fukuyama) sees that this seemingly open-and-shut case is not that simple after all…
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
The cops can’t control him. The mob wants him dead. And time is running out. Donnie Yen is Detective Chen Zilong but the criminal underworld knows him as Dragon Chen, a dangerous but effective enforcer. When rivalries explode with the reappearance of an old enemy and a brutal murder, the Triads close ranks and unleash a series of executions with Chen at the top of the list. Under attack, he has no choice but to rely on a new partner (Jing Tian) and his knowledge of the streets to get out alive.
Donnie Yen, Andy On, Ronald Cheng, Jing Tian, Hanyu Zhan
Tiger Wong (Benny Chan), Lambert Ho (Dominic Ho) and Skinny Pig (Lam Tze Chung) are massive fans of the movie, Flirting Scholar. One day, Skinny Pig who is an obscure inventor, puts together a “movie time machine” and accidentally sucks all of them into the movie of Flirting Scholar. Tiger comes up with the idea of heading over to Wah Mansion to meet the maid Autumn (Zhen Qi) in place of Tang. They finally found work at Wah Mansion as servants but realized that there are seven housemaids and none of them are Autumn. Will they be able to meet Autumn, and can they return to the present?
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 Chinese student travels to Prague and begins a journey of self-discovery in this romantic-drama starring Kris Wu from the Korean boy band EXO and topping the box-office charts in its first six days of release in China.
Kris Wu, Wang Li Kun, Reyizha Alimjan, Juck Zhang, Xu Jing Lei
The Shatin Martins was the first Hong Kong youth baseball set up in 1984. The 10 young players have uneasy and restless lives, but the hardship brings out their bravery, accumulating to their ultimate confrontation against their greatest rivals, the Japanese Buffaloes!
Legendary filmmakers Derek Yee and Tsui Hark join forces in this martial arts epic about an elite swordsman who is haunted by his deadly talent, and his quest to find peace in a violent world ruled by martial arts.
Three women from very different backgrounds decide to come together to start new careers and become business partners. MBA Partners delicately combines friendship, love and drama to create this feel-good movie for contemporary women.
Actor Stephen Fung's directorial debut Enter The Phoenix mixes traditional Mafia topics complete with shades of black humour. It also deals openly with gay relationships and with the love of father-and-son. Living with his friend Georgie (Daniel Wu), Sam (Eason Chan) is mistaken as the new heir of the wealthy Hong family. Clever enough to take advantage of his new found fortune he soon falls in love with the daughter (Karen Mok) of the Hong family's biggest competitor. So, who would finally be the new heir to lead the mob, Georgie or Sam?