Action Member: Donnie Yen
Ballistic KissFeb 20, 2015
Written by the hugely informative Bey Logan, ‘Ballistic Kiss’ is an interesting premise let down by budget restrictions and time restraints.
Blade IIFeb 24, 2015
Part 2 showed some nicer choreography but was hindered by the MTV-style camera work, which has seemingly infected all action films of the past few years.
Dragon Tiger GateMar 9, 2015
Don’t compare it to Yen and Yip’s ‘SPL’ or ‘Flashpoint’, just sit back and enjoy a good old fashioned comic book blockbuster with heaps of kung fu action.
Enter The Fat DragonMar 6, 2020
Most of the film’s jokes are lame and the plot would be familiar to those who have seen more than a couple of 80s’ Hong Kong movies.
Flash PointMar 14, 2015
‘Flash Point’ isn’t a perfect film in the classical cinematic sense, but it is a damn fine action movie that doesn’t short change the viewer in any department.
IcemanFeb 15, 2020
‘Iceman’ is more of a lame comedy with a little bit a decent action rather than the fantasy blockbuster if could have been.
Iceman: The Time TravellerFeb 28, 2020
What could have been a fun period set actioner is instead a rushed, confusing sequel which, as other reviews have pointed out, seems to have been cobbled together in a rush from unused footage from the first ‘Iceman’.
Kung Fu JungleApr 4, 2015
‘Kung Fu Killer’, despite its B-movie title and the odd moment of cheesiness, comes very close to bringing back the elation one felt when watching golden era Hong Kong action cinema.
Legend Of The Fist: The Return Of Chen ZhenApr 6, 2015
‘Legend Of The Fist’ is a film that promises so much but delivers far less, especially considering this is a collaboration between Donnie Yen and Andrew Lau.
Legend Of The WolfApr 6, 2015
The plot definitely leaves a lot to be desired but I’d say the final fight is worth the admission price alone.
Protégé De La Rose NoireMay 16, 2015
‘Protégé De La Rose Noire’ is an extremely exaggerated and silly comedy that really failed to tickle any part of my funny bone.
Raging FireAug 13, 2021
A bit of ‘Heat’ mixed with Chan’s own ‘Invisible Target’, ‘Raging Fire’ hits hard in both the action and drama, the much-missed director delivering one of his finest.