Chao Yang and Zi Hong are soon to wed but both have not met the other’s parents. When a client requests for a livestream of their reunion dinner to promote his products, it set the stage for their parents’ first meeting. Estranged from his mother, Yang decides to rent a family for the dinner which results in a series of mishaps and hilarity.
As the police sets to arrest a drug lord, a team of masked thugs steals the drugs and murders the cops. Inspector Bong is devastated to see the aftermath of the carnage and soon discovers that the killers are led by Ngo, a former fellow cop who was forced into a life of crime by him. As the two men meet again, it is time to settle the score…
Based on the true story of David Ki, one of Asia’s top rock climbers who lost everything when a motorcycle accident crippled him. Rather than succumbing to his fate, David found a way of scaling the dizzying peaks again by becoming a wheelchair-bound athlete and soon reached the peak of Lion Rock!
Directorial debut of Man Lim Chung, who spent 3 years filming this documentary about the life and filmmaking philosophy of Ann Hui, one of Hong Kong’s greatest filmmakers. It traces Hui’s life story and her 40-year career’s ups and downs using film footages, candid conversations with Hui, and interviews with her collaborators, family and friends.
Ann Hui, Andy Lau, Josephine Siao, Sylvia Chang, Tsui Hark, Hou Hsiao Hsien, Derek Yee
Siu Man is divorced by her husband due to her fear of intimacy. After that, she wants to restart her life by taking over her father’s restaurant. Siu Man hires a new chef with unique culinary philosophy that revitalizes her. Tired of the shackles she placed on herself, Siu Man embarks on a journey of self-discovery and sexual liberation.
Ting is an undercover police who infiltrates a triad and Tuen is a triad mole being planted into the police force. While Tang is tired of being an undercover cop, Tuen wishes to quit the triad and become a real police. When the triad boss sets a trap to uncover the moles' identity, the two must fight for themselves.
The Ming Emperor Zhengde flees the palace to see the world after his mother orders him to marry an ugly princess. He disguises as a commoner and escapes with his advisors, but a gambling mishap causes them to part ways and Zhengde lost all his money. Phoenix, the owner of Lung Fung Inn, takes him in out of pity, and thus begins his new adventure...
A military veteran, Wu Wei and an undercover cop, Tian Ming lead a team to rescue the hostages captured by a band of thugs in an island outside of Bangkok. As they are about to leave after the rescue, Wu finds that his daughter is also kidnapped, and decides to stay on with Ming to fight the thugs and save her.
A music teacher in a special needs school, an underachiever from an elite school, and a rebellious teenager with a handicapped brother take part in a campus musical for various reasons. Little did they know that this turns out to be a journey of self-discovery.
Su Can was once a top general but choose to return to his hometown to study martial arts and enjoy family time with his wife and son. However, his wife was killed and the family became victims of conspiracies. Su was heartbroken and wandered like a beggar with his son. One day, he met the "God of Martial Arts" and learnt Drunken Fist from him.
Hong Kong action cinema is famous for its real kung fu moves performed by a group called “Kung Fu Stuntmen”. This docu-film pays tribute to the generations of kung fu stuntmen, with the crew spending over two years digging archives and interviewing many talents, including the most prominent masters like Jackie Chan, Donnie Yen and Sammo Hung.
Jackie Chan, Sammo Hung, Yuen Woo Ping, Donnie Yen etc..