Adapted from a sensational 2013 parricide in Hong Kong, a young man partners with his friend to murder and dismember his parents. Pleading not guilty, the defendants play the devil and idiot game, while the defense attorneys turn on each other. Meanwhile, heated debates emerge inside the jury room, where nine jurors grapple with the truth.
This is a Korean action comedy featuring a narcotics unit that takes over a fast food shop near a gang's hideout for investigation. When the fried chicken they sold to keep their cover becomes very popular and attracts investors to make the shop the next big franchise, can the unit still complete its task?
Ryoo Seung Ryong, Lee Dong Hwi, Lee Ha Nee, Gong Myung
Ah Niu learns boxing from Uncle Xing, the boss of a boxing studio, since young and uses his skills to help the weak fight villains. When Xing’s son attempts drug trafficking to save his father’s studio but fails and is brutally beaten up, Ah Niu accepts a death combat challenge so as to help him take revenge.
Chan Kwok Kwan, Ngo Ka Nin, Awayne Liu, Ashina Kwok
Bai Xing Hotel is a five-star luxury hotel located in Qian Dao Lake, Hang Zhou, with a service level only worthy of a four-star hotel. The head office sent Cruella Koo, a tough executive, to lead reforms for the hotel and upgrade the employees’ performance to reach the five-star level.
Ronald Cheng, Sandra Ng, Teresa Mo, Chapman To, Raymond Wong
The movie portrays the later life of grandmaster Ip Man in Hong Kong, including his romantic relationship with a singer after his wife died, much to his students’ opposition; his relationship with his eldest son who is also his student; and finally, his reunion with disciple Bruce Lee after the latter becomes an international superstar.
A newly engaged Hong Kong woman tries to rid herself of a secret sham marriage to a mainlander that she was paid for years ago, before she can get married for real. Winner of Best Original Film Score and Best New Director at the 39th Hong Kong Film Awards.
Tan is an insurance actuary who also assesses love risks and comes up with a new ‘True Love Insurance’ policy after being betrayed by his girlfriend. The policy is a big success after launch and Jeed, an ex-matchmaker is assigned to help Tan. As she does not believe that love is measurable, the battle between their two opposite values begins.
In 1992, a boy falls for Wong Ka Yan at first sight in a Kowloon cinema and tries all ways to find her when she disappears the next day. Over the years, he seeks out many “Yan” of different ages and background, and the process allows them to gain new insights on their lives. The real “Yan” is deeply touched when she hears the story 22 years later.
The eldest son Han-mo, the second son In-mo, the only daughter Mi-yeon, and her troublemaker daughter Min-kyeong are forced to live together again at her mother's peaceful house. The unexpected life of problematic siblings unfolds.
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.
The movie consists of three urban ghost stories: when a film crew is haunted by a ghost, the director decides to cast her to play the ghost; when a taxi driver takes his girlfriend to a staycation, a horny ghost adds spice to it; a wandering child ghost refuses to leave a mall that is to be demolished, so the tenants help her to move on.
Ling Man Lung, Chung Suet Ying, Kaki Sham, So Chi Ho, Ashina Kwok, Angel Lam, Locker Lam
This film tells five independent but intertwined stories, presenting lives during the pandemic from the point of view of doctors, patients, volunteers, grassroots staff and ordinary people. They pay tribute to the "ordinary heroes" during this pandemic and pass on the continuing force of "spring".