A Violent Prosecutor

‘A Violent Prosecutor’ might not be winning awards for originality, but it certainly serves as a good use of two hours.

Review by Andrew Saroch

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  • A Violent Prosecutor

    ‘A Violent Prosecutor’ might not be winning awards for originality, but it certainly serves as a good use of two hours.

  • Summons To Death

    Ultimately viewer satisfaction with ‘Summons to Death’ will arguably be measured by one’s affinity for both the Sean Connery-period Bond films or sixties era sensibilities and filmmaking stylings.

  • Savage Dog

    A pulpy period actioner is a good way to describe ‘Savage Dog’ but come the second half, the film veers into full on exploitation madness as the violence is ramped up.

  • Shock Wave

    ‘Shock Wave’ is an above average Andy Lau action film that shows that the star can still be called on to play the tough hero when needed.

  • Crazy Sex

    Fans of Shirley Yu and Chen Ping or lurid seventies Chinese sex-comedies will find some rewarding nuggets of enjoyment within ‘Crazy Sex’.

  • Skin Trade

    A worthy attempt to fuse a serious topic with insane action, ‘Skin Trade’ can’t quite find the right balance between the two but rollicks along on the charisma and fight power of its stars.

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