A poor student, Lin, is engaged to the daughter of a rich man who despises Lin because of his family’s declining status. Lin visits his fiancée before he leaves for the imperial examination, but finds a maid lying dead in blood. As Lin’s bloody handprint is left on the site, he is accused of the murder. How can Justice Bao prove his innocence?
This Song Dynasty period piece about how far one would go for love (or lust) has two tales. The first involves a devilish magistrate who tries to tempt a Buddhist monk out of his self-professed celibacy by hiring a pretty prostitute. The second is the tragic tale of an exploited young girl who is forced to work in an unscrupulous couple’s brothel.
A talented scholar, Bo Hu, is attracted by the pretty maid, Qiu Xiang. In order to get close to her and win her love, he disguises as a servant to work in the same household. Qiu Xiang does not believe Bo Hu when he discloses his true identity to her, only falling in love with him when he reveals his talents and with his friends’ help.
The story is based on a famous Chinese opera. A young impoverished scholar, Zhang, is enchanted by Hong, the daughter of an influential family whom he meets in a temple. The young couple faces the threat of separation due to her family’s objection, so Hong’s maid secretly helps to arrange their rendezvous in the West Chamber!
Justice Bao discovers that Consort Li’s new born son was swapped at birth and that she was expelled from the palace by Empress Liu twenty years ago. He sets Eunuch Guo up to confess his conspiracy with the Empress. Empress Liu is convicted for her act and Consort Li finally reunites with her son who is now the Emperor.
Guo Jing and Huang Rong raise the son of his sworn brother Yang Kang and named him Yang Guo. To prevent Yang Guo from taking revenge for his father’s death, Huang Rong bans him from learning martial arts. Yang Guo runs away from home in anger and encounters Ouyang Feng, who teaches him the “Toad Stance” and accidentally unveils his true identity…
Fu Sheng, Wen Hsueh Erh, Philip Kwok Chui, Gigi Wong
Three Sung loyalists become blood brothers to fight the tyranny of the Tartar invaders. To oust the oppressors altogether, Ma releases the kidnapped Tartar princess in a strategic effort to gain points with the invaders, but it soon becomes apparent that he desires both a great position and power, and will do anything to get it…
Two feuding princes fight for the throne in the Qing Dynasty, causing many injuries and deaths to the commoners. Can the lady assassin who is drawn into this royal feud execute her assassination mission in time to help one of the princes secure the throne?
Starring the stunning, teenage heartthrob Pat Ting Hung, The Butterfly Chalice marks the important directing debut of the kung-fu film genre's most principle figure Chang Cheh, as he burst the martial arts and swordplay movie doors wide open, announcing the beginning of the end for the Cantonese musicals.
Yang Lin is a righteous hero who helps an unjustly imprisoned swordsman accused of stealing. They break out of prison together, and warn all evil men they know to watch out for a new deadly duo in town.
Third Master is a renowned swordsman in the martial arts world, but the constant challenges by other swordsmen compel him to fake his death and pursue a secluded life. This does not prevent others from seeking him out to challenge him however, and he is forced to return to fight his way till the end.
A rich girl Yue Ying, together with her maid Chun Lan, encounter a poor scholar Bian Ji at a fête. Chun Lan realizes Yue Ying is in love with him, but mixes his identity with a bandit due to an old servant’s confusion, threatening the couple’s union. After a series of complications, misunderstandings and mismatches, Chun Lan finally saves the day.
Kuo takes his family to an outlying island of Hong Kong for a vacation. On the ferry, they meet a group of young hooligans cum motorcyclists called the “speed gang”, led by Johnny, and Kuo’s sister Carrie is molested by Johnny’s brother Michael. Kuo’s family continues to be harassed by the “speed gang” while on the island – can Kuo protect them?