29+1 is a 2017 Hong Kong romantic drama film directed by Kearen Pang. It is an adaptation of Pang’s own one-woman show, 29+1. The film stars Chrissie Chau and Joyce Cheng and follows two women who share the same birthday and are at life’s crossroads as they are about to turn 30.
Wu Kong is a 2017 Chinese fantasy-action-adventure film directed by Derek Kwok and produced by Huang Jianxin, starring Eddie Peng in the title role alongside Ni Ni, Shawn Yue, Oho Ou and Zheng Shuang. It is based on a popular internet novel titled Wukong Biography written by Jin Hezai. Set 500 years before the Monkey King wreaks havoc in the heavenly kingdom, it tells the stories of Wukong who, unwilling to bow down to his own destiny, sets out to rebel against the gods.
LUCKY BOY chronicles several decades of the lives of Lin Yu (Wang Weiliang), his family, friends and Qingqing (Venus Wong) – the girl whom he falls in love with in primary school and continues pinning for throughout his tumultuous and eventful life. Lin Yu is always one step behind others and surrounded by misfortune… Will Lin Yu, the destined “unlucky” boy, be able to change his fate?
Railroad Tigers is a 2016 Chinese action comedy film directed by Ding Sheng and starring Jackie Chan. It is about a railroad worker who leads a team of freedom fighters to oppose the Japanese in order to get food for the poor.《铁道飞虎》由丁晟执导，成龙、黄子韬、王凯、王大陆等人主演的动作喜剧电影。该片主要讲述了抗日战争期间，由铁路工人和平民百姓组成的铁道飞虎队巧妙击败日军的传奇故事。
The Menu is a 2016 Hong Kong drama film about journalism and the sequel to the television series of the same name. The film is directed by Ben Fong, who also directed the television series, and stars Catherine Chau, Gregory Wong, Ng Man-tat and Kate Yeung.
The Wasted Times is a 2016 Chinese-Hong Kong thriller film directed by Cheng Er and starring Ge You, Zhang Ziyi and Tadanobu Asano.
A 28-year-old heroine (Ni Ni) is successful at work but has an unhappy marriage with her husband, Mao Liang (Wallace Huo). One day after swallowing a piece of chocolate, she miraculously transformed into her 17-year-old self, before she met her husband. This strange occurrence becomes an opportunity for them to fall in love again from scratch…
See You Tomorrow is a 2016 Chinese-Hong Kong romantic comedy film written and directed by Chinese writer Zhang Jiajia in his directorial debut and produced by Wong Kar-wai with Alibaba Pictures. It is based loosely on Zhang's own best-selling book Passing From Your World in the collection I Belonged to You. It stars Tony Leung Chiu-wai, Takeshi Kaneshiro and Angelababy. A bar owner ferries lonely people through their heartbreaks and undertakes a radio DJ under his wing.
Nessun Dorma is a 2016 Hong Kong psychological thriller film directed by Herman Yau and starring Andy Hui, Janice Man and Gordon Lam. The film is based on the novel of the same by Erica Li and Zendodric, both of whom also served as the film's screenwriters.
One Night Only is a 2016 Chinese-Taiwanese romance film directed by Matt Wu. This is Wu’s feature film directorial debut and stars Aaron Kwok, Yang Zishan (Wu’s wife), Hao Lei, Andy On and Jack Kao.
Bowie is a little girl born with a silver spoon. One day, when she is home alone, a gang of robbers break into her house and kidnaps her. As it turns out, the robbers are hired by her uncle, Dave, who wishes to retrieve a family heirloom – a Van Gogh masterpiece. With the help of her nanny and friends from the street, Bowie and the gang work together to defeat Dave and his accomplices.