Sammi (Athena Chu) and her husband Chan (Francis Ng) try to find ways to salvage their dying marriage after Sammi is injured during a robbery. The second chance at resolving their marital issues is embraced, but it also creates a dangerous situation for Sammi as she begins to have terrifying premonitions of brutal murders. Her intuitions are helpful to Chan, who’s a detective, but they also put the couple at the top of the murderer’s … Read more
Ka-shing has lived his entire life as a luckless guy, until one day he is offered a job by Spring, a gang brother. Spring is a gambler and turns Ka-shing’s bad luck into a Philosopher’s Stone. Kau, Spring’s enemy, suffers a huge loss at his casino and vows to get rid of both of them. Kau orders his men to twist Ka-shing’s luck by destroying his Feng Shui. But is it all just a gimmick … Read more
Nobody (Nick Cheung) is a top gambling whiz who falls in love with blind model Candy (Shu Qi). Nobody uses his skills to fix card games in Shenzen, but when Candy’s father (Hui Siu-Hung) gets involved, Nobody turns on his bosses – with devastating results. A fallen man, Nobody struggles back to reclaim his pride and reputation, but will Candy ultimately pay the price?
Two compulsive gamblers struggle to quit their habit and raise a child. Manfred and Flora are compulsive gamblers who can bet on anything at any time of the day or night, seven days a week. They meet in a Macau casino, where they both lose a lot of money and are taken captive by loan sharks. During their captivity, they develop feelings for each other. They finally fall in love and decide to marry when … Read more
Gillian and Charlene, as usual, play a couple of mismatched partners who come under the tutelage of the slightly nutty and love-sick Black Rose (Teresa Mo), a former Kung fu-fighting super-hero who grooms them for a life of fighting crime. Ekin Cheng plays a dim-witted cab driver who wears a Robin costume and becomes Charlene’s love interest. There is a bit of “comedy” as Rose confuses Ekin with her former lover and Gillian becomes jealous. … Read more
Tiezhu (Li) is a private eye recruited by the police to investigate the criminal activities surrounding action icon Yuen Bao (Chan). A long-time fan of Bao’s, the asthma patient Tiezhu can hardly believe his luck when he saves his idol’s life during a set accident. But as the two become friends and Tiezhu is brought in to reshape the sci-fi action film that Bao is working on, Bao’s sneaky manager, Tai (Danny Chan Kwok-kwan), is … Read more
Yam, Sunny and Ah Hing are buddies and all dismissed creating havoc in their jobs. The trio is employed by a noodle factory, which has a very poor labor relationship. The manager, supervisor and foreman are always picking on their subordinates. Finally the workers decide to take an united front to oppose their superiors…
“Master Q” is a popular comic book series character in Hong Kong. Each comic book is usually made up of many different situational stories, with 8 frmaes making up a story in 1 page. In short, it is like the newspaper comics that you see in America but in a book form. The movie is about how Master Q and his 2 friends Mr. Chung and Potato are out looking for jobs but accidentally cause … Read more
Wah and Kinki both working at the same department of a computer company. Both of them are not getting on very well initially, but friendship develops when they get to know each other after a while. When Wah starts to realize his emergent fondness for Kinki, his ex-girlfriend reappears and plans to gain back his affection. In addition, he notices that his ex-girlfriend arranges a guy to pair up with Kinki. At the same time, … Read more
A film crew travels to the Hong Kong countryside to make an ‘MTV’ show. During their stay at the village, the crew hears eerie and horrific voices during the night and witnesses a phantom roaming around the premises. In addition, some feel that their feet were being tickled while in the water performing. The villagers attest that their territory is not haunted, but an old villager, familiar with the village’s past, sheds light into the … Read more
Michael Hui stars as Wen, a convict who’s always out to make a quick dollar through gambling. Being behind bars doesn’t stop him from making something off of his gambling skills. Samuel Hui co-stars as Chieh,a novice gambler who gets into trouble one day when he tries to steal casino chips from a crooked card dealer Dean Shek). Whilst in jail, Chieh meets Wen and the latter agrees to become his mentor. Can Wen and … Read more
Tensions arise when Jack Chan, a spineless constable who regards his work as a job but not a career, is partnered with an energetic and conscientious policewoman, Man Liu. When a serial killer emerges in Hong Kong, Man Liu swears to catch him. Jack is impressed by her bravery and decides to secretly protect her.
John Liu (Takeshi Kaneshiro) is an aspiring violinist and Eve Choi (Gigi Leung) is a professional translator whose true passion is translating love poems. They live parallel lives and appear to be perfect for each other, but somehow fate seems to keep them apart. Living in different units of the same apartment building and separated by one thin wall, they never meet, because when they leave, one turns left, and one turns right.
Carrie Ng and Hui Siu-hung play the adoptive parents of Maggie Poon, whose brother they leave in the orphanage. He escapes and hides under his sister’s bed, setting up camp there for the next several years. Brother and sister are torn apart again when Carrie Ng sells the bed and Maggie races through the night to rescue her lost sibling.
In this “cops and robbers” film, a raid on a jewelry store staged by a band of amateur hold-up artists goes horribly wrong, leading to a shoot-out. The elite Organized Crime Bureau team, headed by Captain Ching King Gen, is poised to go into action at a moment’s notice. Working as a unit, they bring law and order to Hong Kong streets, where they must rely on their courage and skills to survive.
The Twins singing duo of Charlene Choi and Gillian Chung shot into prominence as Hong Kong’s top pop culture sensations in 2002. After separate steps into cinema with films Heroes In Love, Funeral March and U-Man, the pair took their first screen roles together to lead Joe Ma’s Summer Breeze of Love.
TC Lee, a senior policeman whose mounting debts are making headlines in the local press. Lee’s not the only person in trouble at his police station, where a handful of colleagues are paying off the bank or worse, are becoming locked into repayments to gangland debt collectors. When Lee and his colleagues become caught in the loan sharks’ spiraling interest charges and organized pressure tactics, they become vigilantes and fight back.
A friendship is formed between an ex-gangster, and two groups of hitmen – those who want to protect him and those who were sent to kill him. Synopsis The time is 1998. The setting is Macau. Every living soul jumps at every chance to make quick money before the Portuguese colony ushers in a new era under the Chinese rule. For the jaded hit men, they wonder where this journey will end. Against this background … Read more
The world renowned “Invincible Hand” Ken could identify not only mahjong tiles, but also cards with his fingers which had made him a legend. Upon his retirement as the Chief Security Consultant in Las Vegas, Ken returned to his hometown Macau, where he met his old friend Benz, and Benz’s son Cool and nephew Karl. Both Cool and Karl wanted to follow Ken. Ken claimed that if Cool could successfully cheat him once or win … Read more
In an unspecified time when epidemics run rampant, botanist Yan Guo and his fiance-assistant Baobao move to Moon Island, a nature reserve, to research the curing properties of rare plants. As is customary, they pray to the magical Eros Tree to cement their love, unaware that they have to undergo a severe trial, in which Baobao must remain unseen to Yan for three years in exchange for his life.