Set in late 19th century Canton this martial arts film depicts the stance taken by the legendary martial arts hero Wong Fei-Hung (1847-1924) against foreign forces (English, French and American) plundering of China. When Aunt Yee arrives back from America totally westernised, Wong Fei-Hung assumes the role of her protector.
A blind girl gets a cornea transplant so that she would be able to see again. However, she got more than what she bargained for when she realised she could even see ghosts. And some of these ghosts are down right unfriendly. So she embarks on a journey to find the origins of her cornea and to reveal the history of the previous dead owner ... http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Eye_%282002_film%29
In this mystery set during the Ming Dynasty, a student witnesses a man being chased by an assassin. The student and his classmates suspect that their new teacher is in trouble and decide to play detective.
A mad scientist transfers his mind to a wicked robot, which then embarks on a program of kidnaping, rape and murder, during which a female detective is killed. To fight the robot, the police woman's corpse is then made into a robotrix
Four girls - tempted by the money that can be earned in prostitution - meet men on 'paid dates' in Hongkong and enjoy the thrills and consumerism to the fullest. However, after some time, each of them will have to learn in her own way that nothing comes without a price...
Tim sum fun si wong: Susie is a big fans of Sampson, a huge superstar with a large fan base. Susie is a devoted member of the Sampson Fan Club. As Sampson's big fan she launches attack on Yan Cheng, Samson's rival for the "Hong Kong's Best Singer" award. During one award ceremony, Susie goes on stage and accuses Yan of harassing her, causing a big stir among the reporters. Because of that incident, Sampson hires Susie to accompany him to Beijing for the "Beijing's Best Singer" contest, but when Sampson treats Susie like a servant her heart is broken.
Siu chan chan: Pop superstar Aaron Kwok and Kelly Chan are the bickering leads in this charming romantic comedy with gorgeous cinematography by Oscar-winner Peter Pau. Kwok is a popular radio host whose fight over a... read more valuable record album with renowned newspaper columnist Chan leads to Kwok bad-mouthing her on the air. But as the rivals get caught up in their fight, they're surprised by a growing mutual attraction.
Haunted Office: Three short stories about a series of mysterious deaths in an office building. First story - A new office worker finds out the hard way why no one uses the last stall in the ladies' restroom. Second story - Ken must choose between two girls, one of which may be a ghost. Third Story - Mary is fired the day before her retirement, which means she will lose all her pension. Nonetheless, she is going to make sure that nothing will prevent her from coming back to a place where she has worked for 45 years.
MicroSex Office: Who says the workplace has to be dull and boring? Hong Kong's top comedian Jim Chim adapts his popular stage show MicroSex Office for a big-screen incarnation that is decidedly wilder, sexier, and way more hilarious! Bringing back his disciples Harriet Yeung and Tyson Chak (the fan-favorite stars of the stage version), Jim and his co-director Lee Kung Lok (My Ex-Wife's Wedding) put a brand-new story arc over the episodic nature of the original gag show. With comedy master Wong Jing as producer, the movie version promises tons of outrageously funny dirty jokes in addition to plenty of eye-candies in the form of alluring actresses DaDa Chan, Koni Lui, Jacqueline Chong, Yedda Chao, Taiwan heartthrob Chen Zhi Ming, and twin rockers Soler.
Jackie plays Foh, an expert mechanic who has returned from Japan after a master course at Mitsubishi Motors. He runs a small business in Hong Kong along with his father and two sisters. In his spare time, he also helps the police out by checking cars that have been illegally upgraded. One night, psychotic street racing driver Warner Krugerman, aka Cougar, speeds past Foh and the cops. Foh gets into a car and stops Cougar heroically. Cougar lands in jail, but breaks out eventually. He gets revenge on Foh by trashing his business and kidnapping his sisters. The only way Foh can get his sisters back is by racing cougar in Japan. He now must retrain himself in race car driving so he can be at his best to race Cougar.
Once Upon a Time in China IV: Set in the late Qing Dynasty in Beijing, China, in 1900, Wong Fei-hung and his companions (his new love interest 14th Aunt, his father Wong Kei-ying, and his disciples Leung Foon and Clubfoot) face new enemies. This time, their opponents include German and British forces, as well as the anti-foreign feminist Red Lantern Society.
The Cantonese hero Fong Sai Yuk becomes involved in the secret brotherhood "The Red Flower", who are trying to overthrow the Manchurian emperor and re-establishing the Ming dynasty. The social upheaval is combined with Sai Yuk's personal moral conflict about how to conform to the rigid regime of the brotherhood and on top of that sort out his difficult love life, saddled with two presumptive wives.
Hilarious comedy disguised as a lurid psychological thriller with science fiction elements. Virtual Recall is so terribly directed and overacted that it's automatically a frontrunner for comedy of the year. Stephen Fung and Cherrie Ying have done better work, obviously.
Treasure Inn: Young Master (Nicholas Tse) and Brad (Nick Cheung) are small-time cops with big dreams – to become members of the respected Gold Shield Constables. When a major murder-robbery case arrives on their doorsteps, their investigative skills raise the suspicions of investigator Captain Iron (Kenny Ho). Wrongfully imprisoned, Young Master and Brad escape execution thanks to the help of two beautiful swindlers (Crystal Huang and Charlene Choi). To retrieve the precious statue stolen from the murder scene and arrest the band of murderers, the heroes go to Treasure Inn, where they expect an annual auction of artifacts to attract the murders’ mastermind. There, they meet inn owner Yue Linglong (Liu Yang), a mysterious scholar (Tong Da Wei), and other assorted shady characters that have arrived at the inn for the auction.
It is the year 2046 where robots are created to serve man. De Ming (Alex Fong) is the first generation of AI android invented to protect the police workforce. Under the supervision of Xu Da Chun (Hu Jun), De Ming is put on a job training in a remote village where his real identity is not revealed. While working De Ming’s female colleague Su Mei (Betty Sun) falls in love with him, not knowing he’s a robot. One day De Ming and Xu Da Chun are assigned to capture a runaway robot K-88 (Jacky Wu). After a heavy battle K-88 explains his reason of escaping; he does not want to become a robot forever. Su Mei, meanwhile feels heartbroken as De Ming could not reciprocate her love for him as the robot could not understand the meaning of love. Later De Ming faces new challenge when a group of cyborg assassins has landed on Earth to terminate any defectors and he must defeat them.
aka: Once Upon a Time in China II, aka: Once Upon a Time in China 2
In the sequel to the Tsui Hark classic, Wong Fei-Hung faces The White Lotus society, a fanatical cult seeking to drive the Europeans out of China through violence, even attacking Chinese who follow Western ways. Wong must also defend Dr. Sun Yat Sen, a revolutionary, from the military. With his friends, loved ones, and the future of China itself at stake, Wong must once again use his martial arts skills to defend the innocent.
ealise they can't kill each other because they've become (sort of) friends. The solution is to each train a student - since the students won't know each other, they should be able to kill each other no problem! In a stroke of genius, each actor plays his enemy's student, meaning that we get to see each demonstrate their remarkable skills with both weapons.
aka: Rumble in the Bronx, aka: Hung fan au, aka: Hong faan kui
Keong comes from Hong Kong to visit New York for his uncle's wedding. His uncle runs a market in the Bronx and Keong offers to help out while Uncle is on his honeymoon. During his stay in the Bronx, Keong befriends a neighbor kid and beats up some neighborhood thugs who cause problems at the market. Meanwhile, one of those petty thugs in the local gang stumbles into a criminal situation way over his head. Blinded by greed, his involvement draws his gang, the kid, Keong, and the whole neighborhood into a deadly crossfire. When the lazy cops fail to successfully resolve matters, Keong takes things into his own hands. Needless to say, much spectacular kung-fu and outrageous action sequences follow..
Ip Man is adapted from the life story of Ip Man, the grand master of the Wing Chun style kungfu and sifu (master) of legendary kung fu superstar Bruce Lee worshippy. Wing Chun has a history of more than 200 years. It was founded by Yim Wing-chin, took root in the hands of Leung Chun, and prospered with Ip Man. The art of Wing Chun has now become very popular with martial arts enthusiasts, especially overseas. It is a traditional Chinese martial art with a formidable reputation internationally.
Continuing from where the first film left off, Wing Chun master Ip Man and his family move to Hong Kong in the early 1950s after their escape from the Japanese. Ip Man decides to open a school to teach Wing Chun and propagate the martial art, as well as make his living.
The Twins Effect - a.k.a. Qian ji bian, Vampire Effect
It's a high kicking showdown on the darkside when two young girls are chosen to battle the Fifth Prince of the Vampire Nation. The Duke, one the most dangerous of the undead is determined to bring a new age of darkness upon the earth as the hunts the Fifth Prince with vial of blood and ancient Vampire Bible. But ace vampire slayer Reeve will not rest until the fight is over and with the help of his innocent sister, a fiesty young beauty and an unlikely hero, they wage the ultimate martial arts showdown!
Dante Lam returns to form for this kidnap thriller, which possesses enough action, intensity, and suspense to entertain. A solid and effective, if not somewhat melodramatic genre film. Not as good as Beast Cops, but that's probably expecting too much.
The evil Silver Fox is back and he must search for a secret message that was put on a young man who was supposedly killed with his father by Silver Fox's bandits. Years later, the young man returns to avenge his father's death by facing off against the high-kicking Silver Fox.
Watch Gao hai ba zhi lian II: Acclaimed director Johnnie Tos new effort ventures beyond his comfort zone of action and crime movies to direct a movie about a Hong Kong movie megastar,who was jilted at the altar by his actress bride.