Professional killer Lui goes to Malaysia after completing his mission of killing the big boss of a Hong Kong gang. His next target is a groom who is throwing his wedding banquet at a hotel in Chinatown. Just when Lui takes aim at his target, another victim instead of the groom is shot, and he becomes a scapegoat in this mystery assassination.
Emperor Chien Lung travels incognito to Jiangnan to review his people’s livelihood but soon discovers that corrupt officials are oppressing his people. The emperor meets an upright young man and they join hands to teach the corrupt officials a lesson. The young man was appointed as his bodyguard thereafter.
One of the first kung fu comedies, this is a story about a con artist who uses kung fu to swindle villagers for money by pretending to be possessed by spirits. When they are threatened by bandits, he must use the same skills for good.
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.
An evil Qing general comes up with a plan to rid the Shaolin masters once and for all. He invites three Northern Shaolin experts to fight against three Southern Shaolin disciples. After the contest, the general secretly kills the Southerners and places the blame on the Northerners. This leads to in-fighting between both Shaolin schools.
Retired singer Fang lives happily with her husband and son. Tragedy happens when a man from her past returns to haunt her. In an ensuing struggle to free her from his clutches, her husband dies in a car accident. Blamed by her father-in-law for her husband’s death, Fang gets chased out of the house and goes back to singing to make a living...
A Chinese man marries a Japanese woman through an arranged marriage and manages to insult all of her Japanese martial arts family by issuing a challenge to her that is misinterpreted by the others. He must then prove how good Chinese Kung Fu really is through a series of duels with the seven Japanese martial artists who come to meet the challenge!
After knowing his brother has killed the head of a rival triad, Jie takes the blame and was hunted by killers. With the help of Rambler Nan, Jie finally killed his enemies, but then found out that Nan is the one who has killed his father.
The Liu Chia-liang trained Hui Ying-hung was considered the top action martial arts female star in the 1980s. It is her martial arts abilities that Michelle Yeoh tries to emulate. In The Tiger and the Widow, Hui Ying-hung is somehow mixed up in a salt smuggling ring that stinks of missing persons and rotten dilemmas.
The legendary hero Wu Sung is sent to a prison in Meng province after murdering his adulterous sister-in-law and her lover. While in prison, the officer Shih En spares Wu the humiliating baton punishment. Owing Shih a favour, Wu decides to help Shih get his restaurant back at all costs when it was forcefully taken over by a local thug.
Fang is a spunky young village girl who is not afraid to fight back against hooligans. She gets into trouble with the biggest hoodlum Tong when she foils his plans with a maid, causing Tong to plot a revenge. Luckily a man whom she is attracted to, Hai, comes in time to her rescue. Can they fight back?
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.
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.