Action Member: Hsu Hsia
Drunken MasterMar 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.
Fast FingersMar 11, 2015
While ‘Fast Fingers’ may be seen as a combination of kung-fu and comedy, it is more memorable for being an amalgam of the sublime and the ridiculous.
Five SuperfightersMar 14, 2015
The generally undemanding nature of the film make this a definite thumbs up for genre-lovers.
Lion Vs. LionApr 13, 2015
‘Lion vs. Lion’ is so frustrating because when it’s good, it’s superb. Sadly the focus tends to be on the comedic aspects of the film which range from the amusing to the banal.
Righting WrongsMay 18, 2015
This is the definitive Hong Kong action flick of the 80’s, easily on a par with ‘Police Story’ and should take pride of place in any fan’s collection.
Snake In The Eagle’s ShadowMay 28, 2015
‘Snake In The Eagle’s Shadow’ gave Jackie his first chance to shine outside the reigns of Lo Wei, and under the expert guidance of Woo Ping and Ng See Yuen delivers a classic of the genre.
The Boxer From The TempleFeb 25, 2015
Law Ma has crafted an ensemble kung-fu comedy that has a good number of intricately constructed showdowns and a few moments that manage true pathos rather than tacked on emotion.
The Fighting FoolMar 12, 2015
Ultimately, ‘The Fighting Fool’ is so captivating because, alongside the superlative action, there is a real chemistry between the two leads.
The MasterJul 3, 2015
Though containing enough reasons to warrant a viewing, ‘The Master’ is still not as polished as the better films being made by the studio at the time.
The Reckless CricketMar 14, 2022
Episodic and pantomimic, this is a series of not especially interesting scenes sewn together with a completely uninvolving main narrative.