• 1911

    Jul 2, 2015

    One of the better mainland films of recent years and probably the best of the ones that focus on the revolution.

  • 1911

    Jul 2, 2015

    Yet another good looking Chinese epic that tries to cram way too much historical happenings into a somewhat brief running time but is still an okay stab by Chan to tackle “serious” filmmaking once again.

  • Armour Of God

    Feb 18, 2015

    The last twenty minutes alone are worth anyone’s money, as you will undoubtedly rewind in order to be repeatedly amazed by one of the greatest physical performers of any generation.

  • Armour Of God II: Operation Condor

    Feb 18, 2015

    For anyone new to Jackie Chan, ‘Armour Of God II: Operation Condor’ is a must-see film that shows how incredible the Hong Kong superstar was in his prime.

  • Battle Creek Brawl

    Feb 21, 2015

    It’s fair to say that ‘Battle Creek Brawl’ is an unfair representation of Jackie Chan’s undoubted talents.

  • Burn Hollywood Burn

    Feb 27, 2015

    There is very little of the Chan we know and love on display and if anything, it feels like nothing more than another example of the typical stereotypical Hollywood image of an Asian actor as the new Bruce Lee.

  • Cannonball Run II

    Feb 28, 2015

    Retains the majority of its likeable qualities, such as enjoyable star partnerships, funny jokes, fast cars and pretty girls.

  • Chinese Zodiac

    Feb 28, 2015

    ‘Chinese Zodiac’ gives Jackie Chan fans (including me), who had been awaiting its arrival especially eagerly, very little to get excited about.

  • City Hunter

    Mar 1, 2015

    The combination of wacky humour and Chan’s superior comedic timing make ‘City Hunter’ a lot of fun to watch.

  • Crime Story

    Mar 3, 2015

    This isn’t a Jackie Chan film, it’s a very entertaining and absorbing action-thriller that just so happens to have a strong central performance from a man called Chan.

  • Dragon Blade

    Sep 1, 2017

    ‘Dragon Blade’, for the most part is an entertaining ride but sways inconsistently between hard hitting period action and cheesy dramatics.

  • Dragon Fist

    Mar 8, 2015

    Jackie Chan is given one of his more serious roles and succeeds in giving a fine performance both in the acting and the fighting departments.

  • Dragon Lord

    Mar 8, 2015

    Chan tries to introduce the new quick-cut style of action alongside a significant measure of pure entertainment and humour.

  • Dragons Forever

    Mar 9, 2015

    Chan and Hung continue to substantiate their legendary status in the cinematic hall of fame, but it is Yuen Biao who really steals the film.

  • 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.

  • Drunken Master II

    Mar 9, 2015

    This is truly a masterpiece of the genre with Chan, who was approaching his 40th birthday at the time, on astounding form.

  • Fantasy Mission Force

    Mar 11, 2015

    ‘Fantasy Mission Force’ is a ridiculous film, but if you think you’ve seen every curio that Eastern cinema has to offer, this is worth watching.

  • Fearless Hyena

    Mar 11, 2015

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

  • First Strike

    Mar 13, 2015

    Vitally, ‘First Strike’ is still full of the energy and invention that leaves so many other action films pale in comparison.

  • Gorgeous

    Mar 21, 2015

    While there are flashes of his trademark fight scenes, it’s the fairy tale love story that always takes precedence.

  • 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.

  • Hand Of Death

    Mar 22, 2015

    Although not a masterpiece, ‘Hand Of Death’ is a good example of how quality quickly shines through and stands out in a crowded genre.

  • Heart Of Dragon

    Mar 23, 2015

    If you prefer to see Jackie in films like ‘Shanghai Noon’ and ‘Rush Hour’ then this may not be for you, but if you want to see an alternative to his stereotyped bumbling hero then it will certainly deliver.

  • Island Of Fire

    Mar 30, 2015

    For a low budget, rushed production, the emotional content of the film and the quality of its cast save the day providing us with a kung fu influenced ‘Shawshank Redemption’ wannabe.