Cast Member: Eddy Ko Hung
Cheetah On FireFeb 28, 2015
An excellent set of combat sequences strung together with little reason but to get the adrenaline pumping.
Duel To The DeathMar 9, 2015
‘Duel To The Death’ is ostentatious proof director Ching Siu Tung is not someone merely told where to put the camera.
Heroes Shed No TearsAug 21, 2018
It might not be an essential Woo flick but one would be doing themselves an injustice in not checking out this early but highly entertaining action flick from the director.
It’s A Drink, It’s A BombMar 30, 2015
‘It’s A Drink, It’s A Bomb’ is far less interested in developing a logical plot and far more devoted to the increasingly bizarre situations our protagonists find themselves in.
Justice, My Foot!Apr 2, 2015
By the halfway mark of ‘Justice, My Foot’, most of the interest has disintegrated and the viewer ends up sitting their hoping for something special to happen.
Mad DetectiveApr 18, 2015
If you like your cop thrillers but want something just a little different then ‘Mad Detective’ has got both bases covered.
Monkey Fist, Floating SnakeApr 27, 2015
This is a film that begins with optimism only to quickly revert to the old formula that had been so over-used.
PTUMay 16, 2015
A stylish and moody piece from one of the masters of style and mood, ‘PTU’ is a dark journey into the equally dark heart of Hong Kong where the cops are almost as corrupt as the criminals.
Rumble In The BronxMay 19, 2015
The action is far superior to that of any American made film on ten times the budget, and shows Chan at his best shortly after the excellent ‘Drunken Master 2’.
Sleeping FistMay 27, 2015
‘Sleeping Fist’ is not brave enough to offer any variations on a very tired theme, but it is consistently rewarding from an action perspective.
The Avenging EagleFeb 19, 2015
This is a kung-fu film with enough substance and genuine quality to please even the most demanding or cynical movie fan – an assured recommendation.
The Bride With White HairFeb 26, 2015
Yu’s extravagant use of colour and innovative camera techniques are extremely pleasing, but in no way make up for the lack of depth missing from the rest of the film.