Fei Ying Xiong, an indigent comic book artist, is romantically interested in Bao'er, but the head manager of their company, who also has a interest in Bao'er, prevents that from happening. ... See full summary »
Tsui is renowned as an excellent healing author as well as a young successful man. His pieces are called "Chicken Soup for the Soul" for soothing many readers' soul and spirit. The public ... See full summary »
Based on Xu Haofeng's novel A Monk Comes Down the Mountain, the film relates the story of a listless young Taoist cleric called He Anxia who is ejected from his impoverished monastery and ... See full summary »
A reserved, quiet young lad (Botak) bears a secret admiration towards Fighting-Fish, who rents a stall in the same coffee shop. He was never bold enough to confess his love towards her and only conveyed it through drawing portraits of her.
ZHU (Ronghao LI) from China, as a huge fan of Hong Kong cinema, has always dream of become a cop like in the movies, who unfortunately failed the fitness exam in China's Police Force selection because of asthma. Zhu settled for the next best thing, working as a PI (private investigator). When he was working a case in Hong Kong, he fell into the hands of the Hong Kong Police, and was coerced into becoming an undercover informant, to investigate the international action movie star, Zhu's hero, BAO (Eason CHAN). According to a tip-off, Bao had been interacting closely with the renowned Thai drug lord, EIGHT-FACED BUDDHA (Jifeng ZHENG), and they were suspected of using movie-making as the front for trafficking. Zhu was so determined to clear his idol's name, he accepted the mission and started investigating by joining the film crew. As Zhu got closer to his idol, he realized that Bao's fierceness and talents were all movie magic, while the real Bao was a man with inferior smartness and ...Written by