Action Member: Stephen Tung Wai
A Battle Of WitsFeb 21, 2015
‘A Battle Of Wits’ is that rare work that is exciting, tense and yet is an introspective on the violence, war and conformity.
A Better TomorrowFeb 23, 2015
This is the ‘Citizen Kane’ of HK heroic bloodshed films and it never ages, even after repeat viewings.
A Taste Of Killing And RomanceJun 9, 2015
‘A Taste Of Killing And Romance’ may do enough to pass the time if you’re a fan of any of the actors involved but it’s certainly far from anyone’s finest work.
Anna In Kung Fu LandFeb 17, 2015
It’s doubtful whether even non-action audiences will be fully satisfied by this entertaining, but insubstantial production
Beast StalkerFeb 21, 2015
Not just one of the best thrillers to emerge from Hong Kong in a good few years, but also as good as many that have been released throughout Asia over the artistically-rich 21st century.
Bodyguards And AssassinsFeb 25, 2015
Overall it’s a wonderful film, a blockbuster people call it, and maybe it is, but really for us Asian movie fans this is what it’s all about – a hard hitting, hard punching film with a heart of gold and a fist of iron.
Bulletproof MonkFeb 27, 2015
Probably best described as a cliché-ridden mess that is condemned by a combination of a poor script, bad casting and laughable action.
Double WorldJul 31, 2020
Big of budget and large in scope, ‘Double World’ starts out promising and begins to build to something rather exciting before petering off in the final third when it can’t quite keep up its momentum.
Downtown TorpedoesMar 8, 2015
While not proving to be a significant mark in the pages of Hong Kong film history, ‘Downtown Torpedoes’ is still a pleasant diversion that achieves most of its goals.
Dragon From ShaolinMar 8, 2015
On paper, this looked a winner: Yuen Biao in an Indiana Jones role fighting an assortment of villains in search of an ancient relic. On celluloid though, this is a grand turkey.
Flaming BrothersSep 4, 2018
‘Flaming Brothers’ easily holds its place amongst the best of the genre as well as marked the successful return of one of Hong Kong’s favourite cinematic sons.
HeroMar 24, 2015
‘Hero’ has shown that an exquisitely photographed film does not always have to be a case of style over substance.