The Hong Kong Film Awards Best Actor, Danny Lee, who is both director and main actor in this film. Danny Li is a motorbike workshop owner, once was a renowned motorcycle racer, but were seriously injured during an illegal race. Mai Tak Lo is the student of Li. With Li’s help, Mai wins a race in Macau. However, because of money and honour, Mai starts to join illegal races. After knowing this, Li persuades Mai to stop illegal races, but Mai seems cannot find his way out…
Li Ching plays, Ah Chiao, a girl from a rural village stranded in the city, who befriends a kind-hearted tramp and a retired actor. They are all poor, but Ah Chiao’s fortune change for the better when she becomes a singer. However, she ultimately learns money can't buy happiness.
A young fisherman, Chin Hu is in love with his childhood friend Hsiao Yu. However, the only son of a town bully lusts after Hsiao Yu’s beauty and tries all possible ways to approach her. Chin Hu protects another woman from the bully one day, leading Hsiao Yu to misunderstand him and suspect that they are having an affair...
Kang Wai, Elsie Tu Dih, Lo Wei, Chang Pei Shan, Li Li Hua
Li Cheng Ying’s father was set up and killed by his old friend Ling Hao. Li, who has learnt “Shaolin Hand Lock” from his father, is on a mission to avenge his death. He works as an undercover guard at Ling’s house where he meets his long-lost brother, and the two team up to take revenge for their father against Ling.
Three young kung-fu warriors from wildly different backgrounds become students of Shaolin at the same temple. These three warriors are: Royal Guard Lo Lieh, fleeing soldier, Lo Meng, and villager, Wang Yu.
The bandits of Hulu Valley slay the chief of the Mei Clan while searching for a treasure map. In retaliation, Chun from the Mei Clan infiltrates the bandit's fortress to map a way in for the authorities, but ends up falling in love with the bandit leader's daughter, Pearl. While Chun’s plot is uncovered, he receives unexpected help from Pearl.
Linda Lin Dai plays both mother and son in this lavish fable about a goddess who falls in love with a mortal scholar (Cheng Pei-pei in her debut role). Over two years in production, it was released on the first anniversary of Linda's tragic suicide.
After spending fifteen years in prison on trumped-up charges for drug smuggling, the martial arts master Teng Piao embarks on a journey to take revenge on the person who sets him up - “Black Leopard”. Unfortunately for Piao, no one knows the real identity of “Black Leopard”, except that there is a black leopard tattoo on his chest.
Lung the Black Enforcer is ordered to escort a murderer Fei to prison. While taking shelter in Lung’s house from the snowstorm, Fei is rescued by his gang and Fei kills Lung’s mother and sister before escaping. Lung is imprisoned for the failed task and after being released, he vows to avenge his family by killing Fei.
This film is an amusing insider’s look at the Hong Kong film industry and is based on Director Li Han Hsiang’s popular newspaper column recounting his work at Shaw Brothers. The collection of some of his funniest and most surreal film musings of the era, filled with behind-the-scene asides, this is a must-see for any Hong Kong cinema aficionado!
The movie depicts Fu Hong Xue fighting against the formidable conspirator Master Yu and seeing through his deception. The brilliantly choreographed fights, glorious settings, superb cinematography and strong casts define this movie as a highpoint in Wu Xia cinema.
In this hilarious sequel, Mr Big Potato opens an old-fashioned Chinese clinic, but his traditional methods are rejected by the sceptics of modern Hong Kong. Enter his buddy Mr Funny bone to rescue his business!