• A Better Tomorrow II

    Feb 23, 2015

    What this film lacks in plot, it sure as hell makes up for in action and the finale of ‘A Better Tomorrow II’ is a brutal display of guns, grenades and swordplay.

  • Aces Go Places

    Feb 16, 2015

    Unlike much of today’s canto-comedy, the humour in ‘Aces.’ translates very well and certainly doesn’t seem to have dated after nearly twenty-years.

  • By Hook Or By Crook

    Feb 27, 2015

    Hung and Wu Ma still manage to keep the film interesting with their charming on-screen personas and some noteworthy kung fu routines.

  • Dance Of Death

    Mar 5, 2015

    Chan’s choreography is the only minor highlight, but otherwise this is really only suitable for hardcore Angela Mao fans.

  • Dance Of The Drunk Mantis

    Mar 5, 2015

    Yuen Woo-Ping and his brothers fill the film with stunning ‘drunken’ conflicts and duels.

  • Dirty Tiger, Crazy Frog

    Mar 7, 2015

    ‘Dirty Tiger, Crazy Frog’ doesn’t compare to Sammo’s classics, but it’s diverting enough to persuade genre fans to catch it.

  • Dragon From Russia

    Mar 8, 2015

    ‘Dragon from Russia’ is best described as a group of excellent fight sequences strung together by a rather muddled plot and some curious casting.

  • Drunken Master

    Mar 9, 2015

    No one who claims to be a Hong Kong action cinema fan or a true Chan fan should be without a copy of this movie.

  • Fearless Hyena

    Mar 11, 2015

    With excellent action, a few chuckles and Jackie’s charm the film is an enjoyable watch.

  • Half A Loaf Of Kung Fu

    Mar 22, 2015

    By no means a classic, ‘Half A Loaf Of Kung Fu’ is still an undemanding and quite enjoyable early Chan film.

  • His Name Is Nobody

    Mar 25, 2015

    It entertains throughout its duration and despite the usual kung-fu comedy conventions turning up it is a breath of fresh air.

  • Iron Bodyguard

    Mar 30, 2015

    There’s weaknesses in some of the plot twists, but there’s also good action, fine performances and the kind of bold visual statements that linger in the mind.

  • Iron Fisted Monk

    Mar 30, 2015

    Any Sammo Hung fan would love this film, as would anyone who enjoys old-school martial arts flicks.

  • Kung Fu On Sale

    Apr 4, 2015

    ‘Kung Fu On Sale’ is strictly for fans who absolutely must see every film the genre has to offer. The majority of viewers would be best advised looking elsewhere for entertainment.

  • My Life’s On The Line

    May 3, 2015

    For everyone looking for a fight-filled evening’s entertainment, ‘My Life’s On The Line’ will satisfy even the most jaded viewer.

  • Odd Couple

    May 5, 2015

    Anyone searching for a traditional kung-fu flick that is filled with sublime choreography need look no further than this.

  • Snake In The Eagle’s Shadow

    May 28, 2015

    ‘Snake In The Eagle’s Shadow’ gave Jackie his first chance to shine outside the reigns of Lo Wei, and under the expert guidance of Woo Ping and Ng See Yuen delivers a classic of the genre.

  • Spiritual Kung Fu

    Jun 1, 2015

    Of course, it is far from perfect and lacks the polish that was applied to Chan’s later vehicles, but it’s still a solid effort that has a distinctly old school charm.

  • The Bodyguard

    Sep 28, 2016

    It’s not a perfect film by any means, but it succeeds in painting an interesting portrait of an aging gentleman looking for a little redemption.

  • The Raid

    May 16, 2015

    In what could be described as a mixture of Indiana Jones and well-known Hong Kong film traits, ‘The Raid’ is a very entertaining 100 minutes of action/comedy.

  • Warriors Two

    Jun 23, 2015

    ‘Warriors Two’ is not intended to explore characters in the way later Sammo works would do, but remains firmly rooted in the action of the genre.