In this comedy, three brothers reside in a home inherited from their late parents. The eldest brother insists they have dinner at home every night as a family, but tensions begin to rise when their girlfriends join in as well. Love, friendship, jealousy and complicated relationships are all on the menu for this table for six!
Dayo Wong, Stephy Tang, Louis Cheung, Ivana Wong, Min Chen, Chan Charm Man
Eight years ago, the family in a Hakka-walled village was torn apart during a combative winter solstice dinner. Eight years later, their cousin returns home from England and seeks to reunite the family for another winter solstice dinner. While things seem to be falling apart, this dinner may well be an opportunity to mend relations.
Qian, a rich boy obsessed with martial arts, joins a Kung Fu school where he meets and falls for the youngest daughter of the school master. Being a normal student, he meets a mysterious man who teaches him kung fu that allows him to win a duel and marry his love. It is then that the mysterious man's identity is finally revealed.
Catch this comedy-musical adapted from the Broadway classic I LOVE YOU, YOU’RE PERFECT, NOW CHANGE – consisting of 12 independent stories from the viewpoints of individuals, families and societies all exploring the timeless theme of love!
Anti-corruption senior officer Chen lines up a key witness, corporate accountant Jack, to testify against a tobacco trading company CEO for bribing high-level customs officer as well as smuggling contraband cigarettes. When neither Jack nor the CEO shows up on the day of the hearing, Chen must team up with his ex-wife to launch an investigation.
In 1960s Hong Kong, rookie cop Xu Le cracks a robbery but gets demoted instead, as this offends a corrupt inspector. Xu meets a rich girl Bai who falls instantly in love with him one day. Will he break up with his childhood girlfriend for Bai so as to climb the social ladder, and how does Xu eventually become one of Hong Kong’s legendary detective?
Vincent Wong, Raquel Xu, Yun Qian Qian, Kent Cheng, Waise Lee
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..
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.
Directed by Ann Hui, the movie is adapted from Eileen Chang’s first short story. Set in 1930s, Wei Long travels to Hong Kong from Shanghai to pursue her education. Struggling financially, she asks her aunt to help pay for tuition but ends up being her aunt’s puppet to lure rich men. When Wei Long falls for playboy, George, she sinks into a life of depravity.
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…
Bo lost her eye sight in a serious car accident a year ago. One day, she is left alone at home when her husband is away on a work trip. An intruder enters Bo's house and takes her hostage. As Bo tries to survive his mental and psychological torture, she discovers her husband's secret which is related to the accident leading to her blindness…
This is a comeback story about the misadventures of a group of gigolos, led by Future, trying to make their mark in Hong Kong. As with any profession, they have their share of setbacks, but their ability to find laughter within the tears reflects the drive, passion and the indomitable spirit of the Hong Kong people.