• A Kid From Tibet

    Apr 3, 2015

    Without a doubt, ‘A Kid From Tibet’ is a hugely enjoyable action comedy that is the perfect showcase for the multi-talented Yuen Biao.

  • Beauty On Duty!

    Feb 22, 2015

    The main problem with ‘Beauty On Duty’ is that it’s essentially a distillation of the legion of unfunny moments that Wong Jing has created throughout his long career.

  • Daddy, Father And Papa

    Mar 4, 2015

    Clifton Ko prefers to fill the film with dubious comedy and ‘Home Alone’-style action – certainly no compensation for even a few seconds of Sammo’s genius.

  • Dry Wood, Fierce Fire

    Mar 9, 2015

    Taking a well-trod tale of unrequited love and combining efforts with current hot property Miriam Yeung, Yip imbues proceedings with an infectious air.

  • Fight Back To School

    Mar 12, 2015

    ‘Fight Back To School’ is one of the finest films in the Stephen Chow back catalogue, and one of my favourite Hong Kong comedies of all time.

  • Forbidden City Cop

    Mar 14, 2015

    Avid fans of Chow Sing-Chi’s humour can also rest assured as this is one of his sharpest films.

  • Future Cops

    Mar 16, 2015

    ‘Future Cops’ is definitely worth a look for its crazy action and glittering cast, but be warned that the middle section may make you reach for the fast-forward button.

  • Hero Of The Beggars

    Mar 24, 2015

    ‘Hero Of The Beggars’ is not a patch on ‘Security Unlimited’ or the many other classic Michael Hui hits, but it still achieves its simple edict of entertaining the audience.

  • Inspector Pink Dragon

    Mar 29, 2015

    By no means a classic action comedy, ‘Inspector Pink Dragon’ nonetheless succeeds in providing a entertaining 90-odd minutes.

  • Justice, My Foot!

    Apr 2, 2015

    By the halfway mark of ‘Justice, My Foot’, most of the interest has disintegrated and the viewer ends up sitting their hoping for something special to happen.

  • King Of Beggars

    Apr 3, 2015

    The real problem of ‘King Of Beggars’ is that there is a lack of focus on what should be the main strength of the production.

  • Kung Fu Scholar

    Apr 4, 2015

    There’s little to recommend this uncomfortable kung fu comedy so don’t be in any hurry to watch it.

  • Last Hero In China

    Apr 5, 2015

    It just appears that Wong Jing wanted to please everyone by cramming the storyline with action, crazed innuendo and sudden plot twists.

  • Love Undercover 3

    Apr 16, 2015

    ‘Love Undercover 3’ is packed with a cast all too willing to overact for the camera while also featuring a somnolent leading man who offers little for Sit to work with.

  • Mermaid Got Married

    Apr 22, 2015

    Though director Norman Law sets up a few interesting rivalries between the characters, the film tends to get too bogged down in its teen romance sub-plot.

  • My Kung Fu Sweetheart

    May 3, 2015

    One’s enjoyment of ‘My Kung Fu Sweetheart’ depends on one’s appreciation, or tolerance, for Wong Jing’s films.

  • Satan Returns

    Sep 17, 2016

    ‘Satan Returns’ can’t decide if it’s a serious dark thriller or a goofy over-the-top action horror combo.

  • Thanks For Your Love

    Jun 10, 2015

    Normally the framework of such a film is at least clichéd, but here it is simply bizarre and uninvolving.

  • The East Is Red

    Mar 9, 2015

    ‘The East Is Red’ ends the popular series with a visual bang that pummels the viewer relentlessly. Unfortunately the exercise is very much one of style over substance and the overall effect is a bewildering one.

  • The Flirtong Scholar

    Mar 14, 2015

    A love story, comedy and action film all rolled into one, ‘The Flirtong Scholar’ is top entertainment for experienced HK movie connoisseurs or newcomers alike.

  • The God Of Cookery

    Mar 31, 2015

    Not only does it contain some of Stephen Chow’s most finely honed comedy, but it also sees him giving one of his more heartfelt and dramatic performances.

  • The World Of Treasure

    Jun 28, 2015

    ‘The World Of Treasure’ notches up the odd moment of entertainment during its course and arouses sporadic interest. However, as a Michael Hui film, or even a general Hong Kong comedy it is found wanting.

  • Wing Chun

    Jun 27, 2015

    ‘Wing Chun’ is not a bad film by any means. In fact, it is quite enjoyable, but only for those partial to Hong Kong style zany comedy, and wire-worked action sequences.