• Accident

    Feb 16, 2015

    Weaving a tangled web, ‘Accident’ is actually elegant in its simplicity but by the film’s conclusion, whatever your thoughts are on the movie itself you are likely to be more cautious of crossing the road or getting out of a car.

  • All Night Long

    Feb 17, 2015

    ‘All Night Long’ is a vehicle for four fine actresses and a film-maker who may not have made a significant contribution to Asian cinema, yet shows with this production that his skills are worthy of merit.

  • 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.

  • Hooked On You

    Mar 25, 2015

    ‘Hooked On You’ is neither stars’ best work, nevertheless it is a production with effective humour and a keen eye for the details of the decade it covers.

  • I Love Hong Kong

    Mar 27, 2015

    ‘I Love Hong Kong’ doesn’t steer too far away from the usual New Year hi-jinks – it is an entertaining 2011 release, but will probably not be remembered come 2012.

  • In The Line Of Duty III

    Mar 28, 2015

    Many of the fight sequences are powerful and realistic, and there is a good balance between cinematic choreography and outright simple bloodshed.

  • Little Big Master

    Dec 31, 2016

    With strong performances from its two leads, a cast of solid background characters and a nod to the indomitable spirit of the Hong Kong people, ‘Little Big Master’ is captivating viewing.

  • Look Out, Officer!

    Apr 13, 2015

    ‘Look Out, Officer!’ provides no real surprises but it is a solid slice of light-hearted comedy that makes the most out of its impressive cast.

  • Lucky Stars Go Places

    Apr 17, 2015

    Although certain aspects of the series have changed in this third part, ‘Lucky Stars Go Places’ still proves to be an entertaining and undemanding film that fits well into this popular film series.

  • My Lucky Stars

    May 3, 2015

    If you’re a fan of Hong Kong comedies then this one certainly delivers the goods and you’ll also be rewarded with a couple of hard-hitting action scenes along the way.

  • Naughty Boys

    May 3, 2015

    ‘Naughty Boys’ should only be viewed for one reason – the action. All other aspects of the film fall flat on their face.

  • Pom Pom

    May 14, 2015

    ‘Pom Pom’ is a typically enjoyable 80’s Hong Kong comedy that will definitely strike a chord with fans of the ‘Lucky Stars’.

  • Pom Pom Strikes Back

    May 13, 2015

    With this fourth part the formula remains in place and the whole production has the very comfortable feeling of familiarity to it.

  • Security Unlimited

    May 22, 2015

    Far more subtle than Chow Sing Chi, but certainly as funny, ‘Security Unlimited’ is an excellent introduction to the world of the Hui brothers.

  • Tai Chi Zero

    Jun 8, 2015

    Despite being as absurdly hyperactive as a coffee junkie with St. Vitus’ Dance, ‘Tai Chi Zero’ is fun and snappy for most of its running time.

  • The Inspector Wears Skirts

    Mar 29, 2015

    Although it’s not a laugh a minute showcase, it does feature some watchable routines and it is certainly good to see stars such as Sandra Ng and Anne Bridgewater in early roles.

  • The Inspector Wears Skirts II

    Mar 29, 2015

    Those who have difficulty sitting through long sequences of Hong Kong slapstick would be best advised to avoid this film as the main concentration of Wellson Chin is comedy and the usual antics of his stars.

  • The Lunatics

    Apr 18, 2015

    This film has no happy endings or easy ways out; it grips on to its audience and just refuses to let go.

  • The Owl And Dumbo

    May 10, 2015

    While not offering the very finest of Sammo’s work, ‘The Owl And Dumbo’ is an entertaining and worthwhile slice of 80’s Hong Kong cinema.

  • Those Merry Souls

    Jun 12, 2015

    ‘Those Merry Souls’ has a strong cast, some genuinely funny moments, and a bizarrely entertaining plot.

  • Twinkle Twinkle Lucky Stars

    Jun 19, 2015

    As with the rest of the series, the comedy in ‘Twinkle Twinkle Lucky Stars’ may not appeal to everyone but there’s certainly enough action on display to entertain any fan of Hong Kong cinema.

  • Vengeance

    Jun 20, 2015

    If you love the gunplay genre then you’ll love ‘Vengeance’ as it’s amazing to look at, but the story does take a backseat so that the action can be given centre stage.

  • Wheels On Meals

    Jun 26, 2015

    Jackie has never looked better in a one-on-one fight, and while the story is barely memorable, it is still another excellent addition to Hung’s filmmaking resume.

  • Where’s Officer Tuba?

    Jun 26, 2015

    This is an above par HK action comedy and would please all fans of the genre – especially fans of Sammo like myself.