Action Member: Nicky Li Chung-Chi
Bad BloodFeb 20, 2015
At times, the film will have you slipping into a catatonic state and you’ll just be praying for the next bit of action to come along.
City Under SiegeMar 1, 2015
‘City Under Siege’ plods along to something of an anti-climax after nearly two hours, never achieving logical pacing or suspense.
ConnectedMar 2, 2015
‘Connected’ is outrageously entertaining and maintains its energetic momentum throughout.
Double TroubleMar 8, 2015
By all means watch the occasionally jaunty ‘Double Trouble’, but don’t move anything slightly necessary out of your schedule to accommodate it.
Fatal ContactMar 11, 2015
Like most martial arts movies to emerge out of Hong Kong in recent years, there are flashes of the talent involved but it’s not nearly as entertaining as it should have been.
Fatal MoveMar 11, 2015
‘Fatal Move’ is most certainly flawed and could have been a lot tighter and less meandering. Yet it still manages to be an entertaining slice of gangster action that entertains if never really ignites.
Final RomanceMar 13, 2015
Mak paces the narrative in a very delicate way, choosing to build the romance between his leads rather than just rely on ‘big scenes’ to do the work for him.
From Vegas To MacauMar 15, 2015
It’s best viewed as an occasionally enjoyable diversion that, on sporadic occasions, hints at how good a reboot of one of the 80s most iconic film series could be.
Gen-Y CopsMar 16, 2015
For all the plot holes and script deficiencies, this is an excellent slice of Hong Kong entertainment with a return to the edict of fun film-making that made the 80s stand out.
Himalaya SinghMar 25, 2015
‘Himalaya Singh’ is a depressing fusion of noise and colour that Hong Kong cinema can ill-afford to keep churning out.
Invisible TargetMar 30, 2015
Hard hitting action reminiscent of old school Hong Kong actioners, solid performances and sleek direction makes ‘Invisible Target’ one of the years best action flicks.
Ip Man: The Final FightMar 30, 2015
Herman Yau’s conclusion to the story deserves its place among its contemporaries. And any film with Anthony Wong giving his all is well worth adding to your collection.