Cast Member: Aaron Kwok
Saviour Of The SoulMay 21, 2015
With a startling visual style and innovative action aplenty, ‘Saviour Of The Soul’ ranks among the very best of the Hong Kong fantasy genre.
The Bare-Footed KidFeb 20, 2015
The film stands out as one of the hidden gems of the 90’s new-wave kung fu movement and provides superb entertainment for even the most discerning viewer.
The Kung Fu ScholarApr 4, 2015
There’s little to recommend this uncomfortable kung fu comedy so don’t be in any hurry to watch it.
The Storm RidersJun 1, 2015
‘The Storm Riders’ is a film that all Hong Kong film fans will want to watch for its reputation. Whether or not it’ll stay in the viewer’s mind much longer after the final credits role is a different matter.
The Storm WarriorsJun 1, 2015
As the style inevitably overpowers the substance, the facade of a plot begins to break apart and the husk of a film is left.
Throw DownJun 11, 2015
It may be To’s intention to slightly alienate the audience with characters stuck in limbo, without any explanations, but, if this is the case, he cannot be too surprised to learn that this is an uninvolving film.
Truant HeroJun 16, 2015
There is actually some entertainment to be derived from ‘Truant Hero’ and it exists on its own strengths rather than being completely reliant on its influences.
Whatever Will Be, Will BeJun 26, 2015
‘Whatever Will Be, Will Be’ is an unusual film to recommend as it is so anchored to convention that it initially seems to have little to differentiate it from the many other similarly themed films.