Cast Member: Elaine Jin
GorgeousMar 21, 2015
While there are flashes of his trademark fight scenes, it’s the fairy tale love story that always takes precedence.
Heart Against HeartsMar 23, 2015
Not that ‘Heart Against Hearts’ doesn’t have its moments, but it certainly never develops the story beyond typical moments of Hong Kong farce.
Heart To HeartsMar 23, 2015
With consistent pacing, a convincing story and an effortless mixture of comedy and romance, it is no wonder that ‘Heart To Hearts’ was successful enough to spawn two sequels and numerous imitators.
House Of The Rising SonsJun 27, 2020
It’s a solid study of the strains that sudden fame has on friendship, especially when the screaming girls and management team are favouring two members over the whole five.
I Love LolantoFeb 10, 2018
Something of a minor undiscovered gem, it’s not hard to see why ‘I Love Lolanto’ was a box office hit in its day and remains well worth seeking out as a latter-day diversion.
Mad WorldMay 25, 2018
It tackles a complex subject with real skill and, while not pretending to be the definitive film on the matter – as if any one film could claim to be – it is a work of rare brilliance.
People’s HeroMay 11, 2015
In Derek Yee though, the film has an impressive craftsmen who layers the tension until the film’s ultimately downbeat conclusion.
Seven WarriorsMay 22, 2015
‘Seven Warriors’ does not compare to the flawless epic that inspired it, but it’s encouraging to report that this is well worth watching.
The Diary Of A Big ManMar 7, 2015
‘The Diary Of A Big Man’ is not ‘laugh-out-loud’ comedy, but is recommended to all Chow Yun-Fat fans as it contains enough elements to make it a highly entertaining film.
The Viral FactorJun 22, 2015
Lam certainly throws a lot in and the tone does vary but thanks to the confident staging and the unrelenting momentum it all works for the most part.
Those Merry SoulsJun 12, 2015
‘Those Merry Souls’ has a strong cast, some genuinely funny moments, and a bizarrely entertaining plot.
Three Of A KindJun 11, 2015
‘Three Of A Kind’ is harmless enough as a stand-alone feature despite its serious flaws. It isn’t necessarily painful to watch, but any film that has such a lack of creativity is hardly going to inspire.