James Lai Wing-Keung

Poster for the movie "Esprit D'amour"

Esprit D’amour

A young woman has a tragic accident, slipping on a skateboard and falling off the roof of a tall building. Koo Chi Ming, an insurance investigator, is sent to determine whether the girl’s death is an accident or a suicide and he recognizes the young woman from an earlier chance encounter. *** Koo, an insurance investigator, is sent to make inquiries regarding a case of accidental death. He is surprised to learn that the victim … Read more

Poster for the movie "It's a Mad, Mad, Mad World II"

It’s a Mad, Mad, Mad World II

After losing their lottery winnings during the bank’s closure, the Biu family’s luck changes again as Bill’s job promotion and daughters’ education and work careers sent them and the entire family to lead their new lives in Canada, where new misadventures await.

Poster for the movie "Happy Ghost V"

Happy Ghost V

A sweet tale about a young woman’s dog that makes a deal with the Happy Ghost (Raymond Wong) to become human for 44 days. But after those days are over he must go and be reincarnated.

Poster for the movie "Working Class"

Working Class

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…

Poster for the movie "Peking Opera Blues"

Peking Opera Blues

The film is set in 1913 Beijing, during Yuan Shikai’s presidency of the Republic of China. It depicts the adventures of a team of unlikely heroines: Tsao Wan, a patriotic rebel who dresses as a man; Sheung Hung, a woman in search of a missing box of jewels; and Pat Neil, the daughter of a Peking Opera impresario.

Poster for the movie "Chicken and Duck Talk"

Chicken and Duck Talk

A witty and thoroughly engaging send-up of both the fast food business and the cut-throat techniques often employed by conglomerates to crush independent competition.