Through a series of daring escapades deep within a dark and dangerous criminal underworld, Han Solo meets his mighty future copilot Chewbacca and encounters the notorious gambler Lando Calrissian.
The film revolves around Lord Murugan, his birth, marriage and his acceptance of the post of the head of the army of heaven.
Aalavandhan is a action and thriller movie. Vijay (Kamal Haasan) is the commander of an anti-terrorist squad. He gets engaged to Tejaswini (Raveena Tandon) who is pregnant with their child. Vijay's brother Nandu (also played by Haasan) is psychotic and is in a mental asylum. Vijay takes Tejaswini to the asylum so that Nandu can meet her. In his delusions, Nandu decides that she is his evil stepmother. Nandu, who killed his stepmother when he was twelve, decides that he must kill Tejaswini to protect Vijay.Nandu escapes from the asylum and begins to look for Tejaswini. In the...
An eastern by Joseph Velasco. Two undercover agents must smash a smuggling racket that is terrorizing a small port town. One of the agents, Chin Chang, has an evil grip that can crush a skull in seconds. The thugs are killers but this agent is a killer in kung fu!
Chinese actor Liu Ye, who has portrayed a Forrest Gump-like character in the action-crime film “The UnderdogKnight” and its sequel, says he’d like to continue the role as long as he can. The sequel, entitled “He-Man”, is slated for release on April 1.Liu’s character, named Lao San, is a retired Marine veteran who lives in his world of innocence and optimism due to a brain injury. He assumes the role of a dedicated vigilante and fights people whom he considers bad. “He-Man” features Zhang Zilin, the 2007 Miss World champion, as Lao San’s love interest. Actors Vincent Chiao and Yoo Seung-jun are also in the cast..
Documentary about a tribe of indigenous people in northern China.
Millionaire Chu Te-Sa (Chiang) invests his considerable wealth into the rebel movement who are intent on usurping the ruling Mongol powers. His goals are impeded by a lack of support though and the supposed allies he has made in the town are merely eager to get their hands on his money. During an attack where these craven 'comrades' flee, Chu befriends three con-artists who relish the chance to show off their fighting skills. The trio subsequently agree to help Chu in his quest to end Mongol rule and hatch a plan to destroy a major munitions dump
After transferring to a new school, a teenage girl finds her troubled past exposed when she innocently signs up for a singing club.
The story recounts the early life of Genghis Khan, a slave who went on to conquer half the world in the 11th century.
Catholic priest, Myeong-jun, climbs up one of the bridges crossing the Han River to commit suicide after learning that a woman who loved him in the past, has killed herself. Then Jang-hyo, a homeless person, tells the man on the bridge that he bet with other homeless people that the suicide attempt will fail. Myeong-jun jumps into the river anyway. But Jang-hyo rescues the suicidal priest and lets him join the homeless community. Chu-ja, a transgender homeless person, is on bad terms with his daughter. When he hesitates about attending his daughter’s wedding, the two men visit the daughter and ask her to forgive her father. Another homeless person, Maria goes to a soup kitchen at a Catholic church, where she sees the beautiful nun Angela. Maria, who was pregnant at the time, gives birth to a baby later and decides to remain at the church to be a sister. Despite their own painful history, each of these four people finds a way to reconcile with the past.
About a convicted murderer awaiting execution, and the bond he forms with a suicidal young woman who starts visiting him in jail every Thursday. Yu-Jung (Lee Na-Young) has now attempted her third suicide attempt. Her disdain for her mother and indifference to the rest of the world, isolates her from any chance for happiness. Yu-Jung also has an aunt named Sister Monica. Her aunt often goes to prison to meet with death row inmates. Sister Monica meets a new death row inmate, who asks Sister Monica if he could meet her niece Yu-Jung. Sister Monica asks Yu-Jung if she would counsel this death row inmate and Yu-Jung reluctantly agrees to do so.
Cold Nights features great performances by both Pak Yin as a tough minded “new woman”, Shusheng, and Ng Cho-fan as her weak husband, Wang Wenxuan, whose spirits have been crushed by the Sino-Japanese war.
A wife yearns for complete independence from a narrow, restricting life in this slow-paced, undistinguished melodrama from mainland China, set in 1944-'45, in the midst of fighting. The young woman works at a good job, nurses her terminally ill husband, cares for her small child, and puts up with a difficult mother-in-law. Her desire to chuck it all is tempered by the need to take care of her family, and as China slowly heads toward the communist takeover in 1949, the chaos of the war around her further inhibits any impulse to go it alone.
Trieu is an orphan who lives with her mother-in-law and her brother-in-law Thien. They work the family land, and also weave towels. Trieu's husband Dai returns to the village, after a four year absence, to ask Trieu for a divorce, because he has started a business in Hanoi with his girlfriend. Trieu refuses, but Dai leaves her ten pieces of gold and the divorce papers to sign. After a row with Toan, the local towel buyer, Trieu manages to sell the cloth to the distributors herself, and uses the gold to set up a weavers co-op. Trieu and Thien grow closer together, but village custom would disapprove of any relationship between the siblings-in-law, even if Trieu were divorced.
In this rural revenge drama, Güney plays Seyyit Han, a poor man in love with a woman from his Anatolian village who returns his affection. Seyyit Han postpones their marriage so that he can make his fortune elsewhere and return to the village to claim his "bride of the earth." During his prolonged absence, a rich landowner begins to woo the lonely woman, and her brother, intent upon making this propitious wedding happen, spreads the rumor that Seyyit Han has died.
After robbing countless Hong Kong jewelery shops, Ye Kuan (Simon Yam) sets out on a murderous rampage killing everything in his path. Police informants, criminals and members of the public - nobody is safe from the Hong Kong Thug.
The parents of a young girl, Chou Shao Hwa were slaughtered by the Three Rogues of Black Hills; she escapes thanks to the help of the Blind Swordsman Zatoichi. He teaches her and her boyfriend fighting arts, and together they seek revenge on the Three Rouges.
The film deals with three different episodes. The first one deals with a story of an artist and a daughter of a noble scholar; the second about the life of a talented flutist and his love; the third about the story of love between a ceramicist who was commissioned to make a ceramic for the royal family and his wife.
Forensic psychologist Alex Cross travels to North Carolina and teams with escaped kidnap victim Kate McTiernan to hunt down "Casanova," a serial killer who abducts strong-willed women and forces them to submit to his demands. The trail leads to Los Angeles, where the duo discovers that the psychopath may not be working alone.
After the ancient Emperor defeated the demons, the shattered sword was broken into two parts. Two sword spirits were born - Zhaoyun and Muyun. However, due to the chaos caused by the battles, the two brothers were separated since birth. Zhaoyun was raised by a group of warriors called Flying Feathers, in charge of aiding Gong Yangxiang’s quest to expand the Kingdom of Xiaoyue; while Muyun was under the Bronze Bird army of Wei Kingdom, who are cruel and oppressive, and often invade the neighboring countries. The two brothers were reunited in a battle between their kingdoms. When Zhaoyun discovers the truth, he uses their bloodline to save Muyun from danger. The kind-hearted Zhaoyun was heartbroken to see the people suffering due to war. With the help of Yeyaxi, a princess from a tribe, the two brothers worked together and overcame dangerous and difficult situations. In the end, they found the Emperor sword which symbolizes justice, using it to defeat the cruel and barbaric Chun Yuyue, therefore destroying the Bronze Bird army and bringing peace back to the world.
Comedy with Thomas Hayes, known from SKAM, playing himself.
As a lowly servant's daughter, Wei Zifu does not have many means, yet she is undeniably beautiful and virtuous. When she is later recruited to entertain Princess Pingyang, she immediately captivates the attention of the court, including Emperor Wu Liu Che. Zifu's life soon changes in an unexpected way when she becomes Liu Che's beloved empress, but can Zifu's innocence and purity survive in a high society filled with disingenuous courtiers and intentions?
Based on Square Enix's massively multi-player online role-playing game.
Han Yeo Reum is a writer for radio programs. She is single and in her 30's. She was once beautiful and popular with men. Nowadays, she is lonely and craves love. Park Hae Joon is pop music columnist. These two will meet.
A story of a dominant single-parent mother, overpowering the emotions and decisions of everyone else in the house. Obedience is what parents expect from their child.
Han Wu Da Di, also released under the title The Emperor Han Wu in some countries, is a 2005 Chinese television series about the life of Emperor Wu of the Han Dynasty, and is based on the historical texts Records of the Grand Historian and Book of Han.
Han Liu Bang is a Chinese television series based on the biography of Liu Bang, founder of the Han Dynasty. The series was first broadcast on CCTV in China in 1998.
Da Han Tian Zi, also known as The Prince of Han Dynasty, is a three-season Chinese television series featuring a fictionalised life story of Liu Che, Emperor Wu of the Han Dynasty. Season 1 was first broadcast on Beijing Television in 2001 in mainland China, followed by the second and third seasons in 2003 and 2005 respectively. Except for Huang Xiaoming, who played Emperor Wu in all three seasons, the cast members in each season are almost different from its preceding one.
Chu Han Zhengxiong is a Chinese television series based on the historical novel of the same Chinese title by Xiong Cheng. The story tells of the events in the late Qin Dynasty and Chu–Han Contention leading to the founding of the Han Dynasty. The series, directed by Chen Jialin, started filming in October 2011 at the Jiaozuo Film and Television City. It was released in China on 27 November 2012.
Both a gift and a curse, Graham has the extraordinary ability to think like his prey—he sees what they see, feels what they feel. But while Graham is pursuing an especially troubling, cannibalistic murderer, Special Agent Jack Crawford teams him with a highly respected psychiatrist – a man with a taste for the criminal minded – Dr. Hannibal Lecter.
Legend of Chu and Han, also known as Chu Han Chuanqi, is a Chinese television series based on the events in the late Qin Dynasty and the Chu–Han Contention that led to the founding of the Han Dynasty. It started airing on Anhui TV, Zhejiang TV, Jiangxi TV and Tianjin TV on 28 December 2012.
Mukti Bandhan is a television series from India, that has aired on Colors, based on the story of an ordinary man with an extraordinary sense for business. The story is an adaptation of Harikishan Mehta's popular novel Mukti Bandhan. The story was adapted by Vipul Mehta. Due to a high-class concept, this show could not get success with ratings, so it was shifted to 11 pm. The show ended on 29 September 2011.
The Story of Han Dynasty is a Chinese television series based on the events in the late Qin Dynasty and Chu–Han Contention period of Chinese history. The series was first broadcast on CCTV in China in 2003. Directed by Wei Handao, the series starred Hu Jun, Xiao Rongsheng, Jacklyn Wu, Kristy Yang, Wang Gang and Li Li-chun.