Cast Member: Chow Yun-Fat
100 Ways To Murder Your WifeJul 2, 2015
What may sound like an unpleasant crime thriller because of the concept and title is actually another of the comedy films that Chow Yun-Fat made earlier in his career.
A Better TomorrowFeb 23, 2015
This is the ‘Citizen Kane’ of HK heroic bloodshed films and it never ages, even after repeat viewings.
A Better Tomorrow IIFeb 23, 2015
What this film lacks in plot, it sure as hell makes up for in action and the finale of ‘A Better Tomorrow II’ is a brutal display of guns, grenades and swordplay.
A Better Tomorrow IIIFeb 23, 2015
As a standalone film ‘A Better Tomorrow 3’ is a fairly watchable effort thanks to an intriguing premise, but as a prequel to ‘A Better Tomorrow’ it just doesn’t quite cut it.
All About Ah LongFeb 16, 2015
For those willing to explore other genres of Hong Kong films though, ‘All About Ah Long’ is a quality film that continues to have a resonance after it has ended.
An Autumn’s TaleFeb 17, 2015
This highly acclaimed romantic drama proves once again that Hong Kong cinema can be very subtle and is far more varied than some would have the public believe.
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.
Cold War IISep 24, 2016
Like the first film, it is a slick and intense thriller that boasts solid performances from its cast.
ConfuciusMar 1, 2015
What starts off as quite interesting and engaging becomes progressively more disjointed meaning drama and characters suffer.
Crouching Tiger, Hidden DragonMar 3, 2015
The fights are almost seamlessly integrated and amongst some of the best on offer for a few years even if they are not new by Jade screen standards.
Curse Of The Golden FlowerMar 4, 2015
‘Curse Of The Golden Flower’ is another sign of the growing confidence of Chinese cinema, the imagination of Zhang Yimou and the iconic status of Gong Li and Chow Yun-Fat.
Dragonball: EvolutionMar 9, 2015
Loud, day-glo and stuffed with ropey CGI madness, for many ‘Dragonball: Evolution’ will be the stuff of nightmares.