• A Roof With A View

    May 19, 2015

    The pace flags slightly near the end with a final section that is needlessly padded out, but there’s much to absorb in Tony Au’s work.

  • 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.

  • China O’Brien 2

    Oct 18, 2016

    While it’ll never scale the heights of its Hong Kong counterparts of the day, this fast and fun sequel still delivers the Rothock, Norton and Cooke action goods.

  • 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.

  • Dreadnaught

    Mar 9, 2015

    It’s very strange how such a well-polished and highly entertaining film has come under such criticism from some Hong Kong film fans.

  • Duel To The Death

    Mar 9, 2015

    ‘Duel To The Death’ is ostentatious proof director Ching Siu Tung is not someone merely told where to put the camera.

  • Encounter Of The Spooky Kind

    Mar 10, 2015

    Martial arts, magic and bizarre creatures are blended together seamlessly, with expert direction.

  • Enter The Dragon

    Mar 10, 2015

    ‘Enter the Dragon’ is a campy and extremely entertaining action romp that is successful because of two important ingredients – Bruce Lee and Martial Arts.

  • Fist Of Fury

    Mar 13, 2015

    In all, this is the definitive martial arts movie. An all time classic which is as good as an all round film as it as a Kung Fu flick.

  • From Riches To Rags

    Mar 15, 2015

    Ricky Hui therefore ensures that this is entertaining despite its very unpredictable nature making it an acquired taste.

  • Game Of Death

    Mar 16, 2015

    The brief scenes that actually feature Lee’s original ‘Game Of Death’ footage only help to condemn the rest of this shambolic mess.

  • Game Of Death II

    Mar 16, 2015

    Possibly not for the Bruce Lee purists, but a fantastic old-school flick, which is, another must have.

  • Games Gamblers Play

    Mar 16, 2015

    As an introduction to the Hui brothers or Hong Kong comedy in general, this is a fine starting point.

  • 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.

  • Hapkido

    Mar 22, 2015

    A simple storyline that is backed up by an ample supply of martial arts sequences; this is a film that makes no bones about being a showcase for the impressive fighting skills of its lead actors.

  • Happy Ding Dong

    Mar 22, 2015

    It’s somewhat disappointing to see a comedian of Michael Hui’s pedigree reverting to, what is essentially, a reworking of the classic Jack Lemmon/Tony Curtis/Marilyn Monroe comedy ‘Some Like It Hot’.

  • Iron Fisted Monk

    Mar 30, 2015

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

  • Knockabout

    Apr 4, 2015

    The action is simply electric, most notably the two-against-one finale that pits Sammo and Yuen against Liu Chia Yung.

  • Magnificent Butcher

    Apr 19, 2015

    This film could be recommended alone for it’s exceptional fight action, but as you’d expect from this cast there’s much more on offer.

  • Money Crazy

    Apr 25, 2015

    Though it’s not in the same league as the Michael Hui hits it tries to emulate, ‘Money Crazy’ is still reasonably entertaining and certainly better than Woo’s other ventures into the genre.

  • Plain Jane To The Rescue

    May 11, 2015

    Episodic like a Hui Brothers film but without the sharp humour, ‘Plain Jane To The Rescue’ is an enjoyable diversion though it may test the patience of some fans.

  • Project A

    May 16, 2015

    Using the conventions of the 30’s Hollywood swashbucklers mixed with his insane stunts and sublime fight action, Chan produced one of his best ever films.

  • 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.

  • Teppanyaki

    Jun 10, 2015

    The slightly uncomfortable storyline which casts Hui as a potentially cheating husband is turned gradually into another morality comedy with Hui and his initially unpleasant wife learning the error of their ways.