After moving to Hong Kong from China, illegal immigrant Mang (Cherie Chung) has no choice but to live in cramped quarters with male migrant workers who take advantage of her. In order to attain the chance for Hong Kong residency and a better life, she agrees to marry a lonely old carpenter (Kwan Hoi-shan). Soon after settling into her new life, Mang crosses paths again with Kong (Alex Man), a Thai-Chinese boxer, and the two develop a passionate affair.
Li Xun Huan is a sentimental swordsman who has lived peacefully outside the martial arts world for the past 10 years. He returned home after knowing that the Plum Blossom Bandit is back to his old tricks, and found that everything has changed.
Based on a famous Chinese opera, this period drama stars the beloved screen pairing of the wildly popular Ivy Ling Po (Vermillion Door) and Li Ching, one of Hong Kong’s most famous on-screen couples. Ling Po was renowned for playing male Cantonese opera roles while the child star Li, plays the enchanting female lead. While visiting a temple, a young impoverished scholar, Zhang Sheng, is enchanted by the daughter of an influential family, Hong Niang. When the safety of Hong Niang is threatened by revolutionaries, Zhang does all he can to keep her from harm. Seeing the love between the young couple, Hong’s maid (Fang Ying) helps bringing the young couple together, who secretly have their rendezvous in the West Chamber, in spite of her family's objections! It is romance, tears and classic melodrama as the couple fight for love.
The Sword Master passes on his sword to his disciple Lin before he dies. Another disciple Fang also eyes the sword and plots to take it away from Lin, destroying his family and blinding him in the process. Lin finally battles Fang for revenge and vows to reclaim his sword.
This period horror movie stars 70s idol Hsing Hui and a young Yon Fan (Yon Fan, director Sense of Color, The Purple Pavilion) star in this fascinating spine chiller with one chilling reminder... never marry a possessed woman, she'll never let you go! Young business man (Yon) marries pretty, much sought-after young bride (Hsing), never knowing that she carries the spirit of a girl raped by her uncle and murdered along with her parents... Justice must be done, and it ain't pretty!
Two teenage girls make a pledge to each other to be as "man and wife" in a small Chinese fishing town. The notions of women's rights or sexual freedom are absent in their oppressive minority culture, and when one becomes happily married to a stranger, the other is cruelly betrothed to the abusive son of a wealthy family. Seeking to free herself from a lifetime of abuse, Hui Hua (Chan Tak Yong) desperately looks for a way out.
The 11th Hong Kong Film Awards: Best Original Film Song (sang by Anita Mui)
Chan Tak-yong , Winnie Lau , Kwok Chun-on , Michael Tao
Swordsman Peng fought against many swordsmen and won, so he could not accept his first defeat and wanted to commit suicide. It is at this time that Peng meets the granddaughter of a mystic Sect leader. They fall in love and want to get married. The Sect leader gives Peng the “Full Moon Scimitar” on the condition that he will never leave the sect.
Chow stars as Sung, a lawyer who uses any means necessary to help his wealthy clients escape the law. Sung retires to the countryside at the urge of his wife. However, when Mrs Sung encounters a woman whose husband's death has been covered up by corrupted officials, Sung returns to the court for justice to be served.
Stephen Chow, Anita Mui, Zhu MiMi, Ng Man-tat, Carrie Ng
This delightful action comedy featuring international favourite Alexander Fu Sheng premiered two years before the American hit Ghostbusters was released. Is it a coincidence? You be the judge as you enjoy this amazing showcase of wushu and wizardry.
In the Yuan Dynasty, martial artists everywhere battle for the Heaven Sword and the Dragon Sabre, as only when these two powerful weapons combine can a secret be revealed to help one become the king of the martial arts world. Director Chu Yuan teamed up with famous writer Louis Cha to create this unforgettable saga.
The retelling of China's most popular romance story became the fourth highest box-office in 1969. Superstar Ivy Ling Po plays a Don Juan scholar who tries to seduce a sprite-like servant, played by "Baby Movie Queen" Li Ching, known as the youngest star ever to be crowned Best Actress.
This time around, newcomer Shih Chung-tien steps into the legendary shoes of Kwan Tak-hing to portray the famous Po Chih Lin healer. He ends up matching both his wits and fists with a number of thugs, including long-time nemesis Huang Fei-hung baddie, Shek Kien! The plot is classic Huang: jealous rival kung-fu schools try to sabotage Fei-hung’s superior Pao Chih Lin clinic until the chivalrous philanthropist shows them the error of their ways with wisdom, intelligence, and fabulous kung-fu -- supplied by both an action choreographer as well as a special Hung Style expert.