2012 Apocalypse is coming! Adam and Guy, two best friends lost at 30 years old, accidentally start a revolution on facebook, dressing up as Michael Jackson and calling people to join together as one in the name of Love. Unexpectedly, the mission spreads like wild fire and becomes a global phenomenon, so big that three "agents" kidnap Adam and take him to a spooky parallel universe. Secret Service? Aliens? These "agents" offer Adam the chance to escape out of Time and achieve immortality? Scam or reality, Adam is headed for an excellent adventure!
Heads are lined up on the shelves one next to another, with different colors and hair styles, yet all the faces are cold and nonchalant. This is Rainbow Salon, a supplier of hair models and wigs to salons and schools. Among these countless "heads," the shop owner's wife lies in the basement of the Rainbow Salon tonight--struggling to breathe, her windpipe cut. The shop owner rushes her to the hospital and then flees. A reporter follows this case and finds that the shop owner has fled the city with his first love. As the reporter attempts to unveil the truth, an unsolved murder from the past seems to be connected to the case--and nothing is as it first appears.
A triptych reinterpreting Shakespeare's classic character Juliet. The three stories are directed by 3 different directors; Juliet's Choice (By Hou Chi Jan), Two Juliets (By Shen Ko Shang), and Another Juliet (By Chen Yu Hsun) Juliet's Choice : In the 70's, Ju worked in a printing store where a boy with a banned article changes her life. Two Juliets : Mei is told that in the 80's, a woman faked insanity to be locked up just to wait for her lover. Another Juliet : In 2010, "Juliet" tries to commit suicide but a TV commercial crew gets in the way.....
Joseph's world plunges into darkness when he defies a fortune-teller's prophecy and asks May to marry him. May dies and Joseph tries in vain to contact her in the afterlife, invoking instead the ghost of a comatose man who was with May the day she died as well as several other spirits that lurk constantly in the darkest recesses of our surroundings.
Cultures meet and values are learnt through the renovation of an inn.
Grandma and her two grandsons live in the same apartment, and everyone is busy under one roof. Although they care about each other, there is a gap between two generations. One day, Grandma received a wedding invitation from her granddaughter. She was looking forward to preparing for the wedding and hoped that the two grandsons would accompany her. On the morning of the wedding, both grandsons had more important things to do. . . . . . .
A deadly virus outbreak puts a hospital in total lockdown, and various people trapped in the crisis must confront a deluge of agonizing choices.
Director Norman Luo and choreographer Bruce Law, along with the four protagonists Eric Tsang, Shawn Dou, Shin and Wang Bojie attended the event. As the first Chinese action film to focus on racing, "Racer Legend" tells the tale of three racers played by Shawn Dou, Shin and Wang Bojie, who all belongs to the same team of racers. Eric Tsang portrays the coach of the team. The famous singer Shin, who makes his film debut in this film, sang the theme song of the film at the press conference. Eric Tsang, the supervisor who also acts in the film, revealed on the set that Shawn has grown up to be mature actor, having developed his acting skills since he was the young actor who played in "Under the Hawthorn Tree".
A young composer, Kenny Kew, is tasked to bring his niece to her father, Lee, when his sister passed away. With Lee away with his roving rock band, Kenny sets off on a reluctant road trip with his niece in search of her elusive father. Kenny, who initially wanted to sever all ties with his family, eventually realises the importance of family on this journey of self-discovery.
From the school of romanticised whimsy that Taiwan has perfected over the last few years comes this comedy set during 1960s heyday of Taiwanese language cinema. When her filmmaker grandfather, Liu Chi-Sheng, lands in hospital, 18-year-old Jie has him recount the love story between him and her grandmother, Chiang Mei-Yue, that happened during a visit of the film sets of Beitou. Told in sweetly campy cinema flashbacks and semi-animated inserts, Forever Love is a love letter to Taiwanese cinema as much as it is a romance for the ages.
In ancient China, a husband and wife, both of them retired superheroes, contend with the high cost of living, infertility, and other contemporary life issues.
Lin Shu-Yu's semi auto-biographical debut takes us back to 1996, during the time of the tragic Taiwan baseball scandal, an event that devastated many teenage boys. The story follows Yen and Tang and their gang through the last year of their high school life. From chasing girls to midnight skinny dipping to rooting for their favorite baseball team, they do everything together. When an accident throws Yen into a coma, their world starts falling apart.
A Fantastic Ghost Wedding is the story of a young popular spirit medium, who is hired to find a spouse for a dead teenage boy. The chosen bride turns out to be an unexpected person, and this snowballs into a series of events culminating in a Chinese ghost wedding.
Yang-yang is a French-Chinese mix. She has never seen her French father. She does not speak a single French word. Her mum has re-married but she has been very lonely. She started working at the entertainment industry. The fact that she is a mix is a good selling point. The film depicts how Yang-yang dealt with her life, her relationships with men, with her mother and friends.
During the warring period of the three kingdoms, ancient China is in turmoil. To unify the country, general Cao Cao, the real power behind the Emperor, enlists the aid of the greatest warrior in the land, Guan Yu. However, Guan Yu is a loyal friend of Cao Cao's enemy Liu Bei so to persuade the peerless warrior to fight, Cao Cao takes his beloved Qi Lan hostage. After leading Cao Cao's forces to victory Guan Yu sets out with Qi Lan to rejoin Liu Bei. Now Cao Cao has deemed him too great a threat to live, and on the journey he must face all the forces at the Emperor's command sent to destroy him.
In 1905, revolutionist Sun Yat-Sen visits Hong Kong to discuss plans with Tongmenghui members to overthrow the Qing dynasty. But when they find out that assassins have been sent to kill him, they assemble a group of protectors to prevent any attacks.
A chronicle of the events that led to the founding of the Chinese Communist Party.
The story of an Indian boy named Pi, a zookeeper's son who finds himself in the company of a hyena, zebra, orangutan, and a Bengal tiger after a shipwreck sets them adrift in the Pacific Ocean.
Jung Long, has left home to study in Taipei, only to return to be the keeper of the family grocery store after his grandfather has gotten ill. However, he is not just guarding the store, but also the rich emotions and sentiments within it, and Jung Long’s memories of growing up are once again reawakened by his return.
Two nefarious schemes taking place 10 years apart entangle a dauntless triad member, who must break out of prison to rescue a loved one.
After graduating from college, Chen Keyi has always dreamed of making it in the big city. She has already made plans with boyfriend Yang Dahe but family issues cause the two to breakup. Left to fend for herself alone in Beijing, Chen Keyi feels the vulnerability of having no one to depend on. She decides to change her name to Chen Ke in hopes that it'll help her become stronger. One step at a time, Chen Ke evolves and matures through her multiple career changes in her journey through life.
Clumsy Kang Le-yo (Guo Shu Yao, Office Girls) wants to be rich. She crashes funerals to trap rich mourners, picks up cash she finds on the street, and misses no chance to make money the easy way. She is also indebted to a loan shark, and someone special is coming to collect her dues. Bumbling debt collector Chang Liang (Tsao Yu Ning) has terrible luck. His boss borrowed money and ran away, and now Chang Liang has to pay off the loan shark. The problem is, he is just too nice to shake people down. When he has to go collect money from Kang Le-yo, Chang Liang ends up falling for her instead. Ding Shao-en (Edison Wang) is Chang Liang’s best friend, but not one without grievances. He hates Chang Liang's lack of boundaries. Not only does Chang Liang refuse to stop calling him Ding-ding, but now, Ding Shao-en is caught in the middle of an annoying mess between his buddy and the money-hungry girl he likes. Chang Liang and Ding Shao-en know they need money to solve their problems. When they realize Chang Liang is really good at dealing with people, they open the Interpersonal Relationship Office. Together, they help people solve their problems with others. But first, they need to focus on solving their own.
A man with a terminal illness seeks to help his beloved find a long-term partner.
In the red light district of 1980s Taipei, women at a popular Japanese night club navigate jealousy, heartbreak, friendship and love.
Gwei Lun-mei-starring drama series “Women in Taipei,” as a spin-off from the “Women in Tokyo” series.
A well-known YouTuber Wei Yan was shot and killed by a senior criminal named Chen Chia-jen, who discovered that Wei Yan was being ordered by the police, and a female police officer of the Technology Crime Squad Lee Hsin-ping was involved in the investigation.It turns out it was a serial murder case against YouTubber, and it was related to a YouTubberba witch known for her prophecies.
Based on the first book of the popular novel series “The Oracle Comes” by Teensy, the story focuses on Han Jie, a former drug addict recruited by San Tai Zi to serve as a god’s agent in the mortal realm to redeem for his sins. As Han Jie is counting the days to his long-awaited retirement, the evil god Liu Fan returns with his plan to overthrow the mortal realm, forcing Han Jie to fight and save everyone he loves.
Anthology crime television series inspired by four real-life cold cases in Taiwan, exploring themes such as faith, temptation, redemption, and obligation through the eyes of the people of Taiwan.