When an angel, Ling, decides to help his two friends who have fallen in love to escape from Heaven, he is sent to live as a human on earth as his punishment. Reincarnated as a cab driver, he sacrifices his own life to save another ill-fated couple and lands in hell, where he has to face off against the ghosts and demons to fight his way out!
This sequel makes for more bittersweet laughs and heart-wrenching misfortune, as Ah Niu gets out of the jail to find his true love becoming the wife of an abusive husband, and his uncle further exploits his naive nature.
Continuing the success of the classic comedy “House of 72 tenants”, this sequel tells the stories of tenants living in an old building in Hong Kong who are forced to evict by the developers. Some tenants prefer to take the compensation while some resist the move. Will the acquisitions plan destroy the harmony of the neighborhood?
Adapted from the renowned Chinese novel, The Water Margin, this is the story of a poor and beautiful girl Lotus Pan, who is raped by her master and had to be married off to a midget who treats her badly. Lost and lonely, Pan unwittingly becomes a pawn in the game of lust between her husband’s playboy brother Wu Song, and a murderous man Men Ching.
Chang Chung-wen, Pai Yun, Paul Chang-chung, Hung Wei, Li Kun, Chin Jen-shu
Wei Chun is a cocky young man sentenced to jail for killing a man in a fight. One day, Wei Chun picks a fight with a seemingly defenseless old man who completely thrashes him! The old man turns out to be the master of monkey style kung fu and as they become friends, he gives Wei Chun half of a medallion that would direct him to hidden secrets.
Two Con Men is a wonderfully twisted, pseudo-romantic comedy in the vein of "Robin Hood" meets "The Sting". Starring Liang Tien as Clever Chan and Chang Ying (who's done over 400 films) as Tricky Ching, it's the age-old competition between a rookie con artist versus the ultimate, experienced flimflam man. It's a game Chen cannot afford to lose, because people's lives - including his own, hang in the balance of good versus evil.
Guo Jing and Huang Rong go to Iron Palm Peak to search for the Book of Wumu. The chief of Iron Palm discovers their visit, and seriously injures Huang. It seems only the Southern Emperor Duan can heal her, but will Huang be healed in time?
Linda Lin Dai is perfect as Pak Su-cheng, the stunning snake goddess who assumes a womanly form so that she can taste the pleasures of a human life! Pak seduces young scholar, Hsu Hsien when she recognises him as her saviour in another life 1,000 years ago. But when Buddhist monk Fa Hai finds out about the union, the pair is forced to split...
Lin Dai, Chao Lei, Tu Chuan, Yang Chih-ching, Yiu Kuang-chao
Award-winning drama featuring a passionate performance by Lisa Lu, enhanced by sumptuous costumes and sets, produces a powerful, fascinating story. In five thousand years of Chinese history, there was never a more fascinating woman than the dragon lady of the Ching Dynasty, also the Empress Dowager, who was the power behind the throne for the last half of the 19th century. The vast tapestry of palace intrigues is vividly brought to the screen.
Hsieh Choun, the Black Dragon, is in trouble with the police since Wang Sien Tien's gang is helping them; he is no longer free to conduct his drugs shipments out of the port freely as he used to. He buys more thugs and killers to dispose of the young upstart, and soon Wang is in dire straits, in the port of Hong Kong.
The curious title in this Huangmei Opera romance refers to the two props that signal a happy beginning between a scholar and a local beauty. The scholar polishes mirrors so as to be closer to his love, who signals her approval by tossing him some lichees. From that point on the course of their love becomes rocky, complete with murder and suicide.
In a time of anti-Manchu sentiment, Emperor Yong Zheng employs his ruthless Blood Hound Corps to silence any dissenters. Only one man and his signature weapon, The Flying Guillotine, stand in their way.
Acknowledged as one of the greatest Hong Kong musicals, this lavish movie starring Linda Lin, who won Best Actress for her performance, infuses its wispy plot with style and wit, and the results are pure pleasure.