Property company chairman Hu Zian was attracted to his secretary Sun Yuxia's beauty and competence. One day after dinner when Hu was escorting Sun home, he received from a child on the street a box containing a mirror and two silver coins engraved with dragons. He was so frightened that he was absent from the office the following day.
In Hong Kong, terrorists from Libya blow up a bus which kills the son of the American consul. The Hong Kong Police Force sends Lui Yung and his team of special agents to investigate the case and destroy the terrorist group. On the other hand, Senior Inspector Hui Tat-ming (Simon Yam) of the Regional Crime Unit is discontented by the fact that he is no longer in charge of the case since it has been transferred to the Politics Department. However, Hui secretly investigates alone to track down the terrorists and bring them to justice.
Jackie Lai (Wayne Lai), a famous erotic movie star, decides to quit his career in order to take better care of his daughter Winsy (Jenny Shing). He hires his neighbor Pearl (Nadia Chan) to tutor Winsy. While then, he slowly wins Pearl's approval despite her aversion to his sordid past.
Ever since little, Wilford (Michael Tse) has been suffering from mysophobia. Even his longtime girlfriend Flan (Belinda Hamnett) cannot stand him and dumped him. While he is feeling all sad, his friends bring him to Temple Street where steps in for the first time ever. There, he bumps into the "The Princess of Temple Street" Sue (Tiffany Lee). As Wilford spends time with Sue, his mysophobia goes away and also develops a relationship with her. Things were going on pretty well until Flan returns.
The film tells the tale of aspiring actress Huang (Maggie Cheung), who's trying to achieve fame and fortune in turbulent 1967 Hong Kong. While political unrest sweeps through the territory, Huang uses her looks and charm to romance various wealthy men in hopes of climbing the social ladder. But times are rough for her, just as they are for her neighbor Kung (Kenny Bee),an unlicensed cab driver and a rich woman's toy boy. They don't get along well and despise each other. However, after they have been through glorious and inglorious moments, they gradually become parts of each other.
Rock (Derek Tsang), the director of a poor rating TV program, bumps into a female ghost, Tincy (Tong Ling), and helps deliver her baby from her dead body. In return, the ghost helps him create a new reality show "Life on the Line", where contestants attempt to overcome deadly traps designed purposely to kill, in hopes to win a cash prize. The show becomes a spectacular hit, but little does he know there's more to Tincy than meets the eye...
Fai (Frankie Ng) is the leader of the Hung Hing gang. He is a furious, violent and prurience man and his wife (Kara Hui) can't stand him so she left him. Fai lives with his only daughter Wing Kei (Jenny Yam), whom he cherishes and loves very much. One time Fai lewd a drugged girl (An Ho) in the disco, later he finds out she is the daughter of Lam Hiu Tung (Lee Siu-kei) the leader of Yee Hing Gang. Tung requests for Fai's compensation, Fai denies it. When the two gangs prepare for a war, Anti-triad division officer Lee (Michael Tse) comes in their way and Tung leave with anger. Tung's man Chiu Chi Lung (Jason Chu) gives him a plan, to use Chi Wah (Raymond Cho), a famous gigolo to chase and seduce Fai's daughter as revenge on Fai. Wing Kei and Chi Wah start to fall in love quickly, but Fai opposes their love, so Kei goes to her mom for help. Fai's man threaten Chi Wah to leave Wing Kei and Kei hates her father after she knows it and decides to leave home and marry Chi Wah. Kei goes to the usurer as a guarantor for Wah, she gives her virgin to him too. After that Chi Wah exposes his actual face as a gigolo, Kei is hurt badly. Fai is very angry, and finds out Wah is the Man of Yee Hing Gang Lam Hiu Tung and Fai starts a night attack on Tung, swearing to kill all his gang.
Chun-yau (Bryan Leung) was adopted as a little orphan boy by a humble rich man under one rainy-night who already had a mean young son. Chun-yau has developed into a fine kung fu fighter who is on the run with his newly-wedded wife Yuet-yee (Fanny Wang) from his step-brother Cho-wing (Chang Yi), whom is madly after his sister-in-law. The jealous son holds a grudge against his stepbrother because he blame Chun-yau for the lost of his eye (and now wears a jade patch over the eye). Now, Cho-wing has made it his goal to hunt down Chun-yau and his bride, prompting the newlyweds to spend their lives together running in fear from the gang leader. One fine day, Fatty (Sammo Hung) spots Chun-yau helping an old man from being crushed by a loaded-cart. Fatty challenges Chun-yau but is ultimately defeated. However, Chun-yau is not interested in becoming Fatty's master since he is more worried about his own domestic problems. Apparently Fatty has promised his ancestors that he shall learn proper kung fu by training under the man who beats him (and Chun-yau is the first to do so.). However, Chun-yau and his wife are trying to keep a low profile and they want nothing to do with Fatty, as all he does is attract attention. Fatty, meanwhile, can’t help but wonder why such a great martial artist lives in fear.
Raymond Lau (Andy Lau) grew up in an orphanage, and is an honors graduate from the University of London School of Law, specializing in criminal law, just obtained a law license returning to Hong Kong for his career. Since Raymond's fiance's family also has a background of law, Raymond came in contact with hosei business's complex power relations. At this time a case occurred, an over 50-year-old prostitute Lau Wai Lan (Deanie Ip) is suspected of killing the son of a dignitary rich client. At that time no one is willing to defend her, and she also wants to just die to end herself. People are not optimistic about the work ethic and sense of justice is still driving, Raymond Lau took over the case.