Cast Member: Jamie Luk
Beloved Son Of GodFeb 22, 2015
If you can ignore some of its minor quirks, ‘Beloved Son of God’ is highly recommended viewing thanks to the wonderful and touching performances from Cheng, Wu Ma and Cheung.
Bomb Disposal Officer: Baby BombJan 31, 2023
The comedy is hit-and-miss and as it takes up the majority of the running time, it slows the pace right down after a promising start.
Carry On PickpocketFeb 28, 2015
Starts out as a fairly happy-go-lucky comedy but eventually culminates in an all action finale that is surprisingly violent for a film of this ilk.
Changing PartnerFeb 28, 2015
‘Changing Partner’ has enough moments of genuine amusement to help paper over the cracks.
Driving Miss WealthyMar 9, 2015
‘Driving Miss Wealthy’ simply isn’t sharp enough or emotionally engaging enough to sustain the attention.
Escape From BrothelMar 10, 2015
‘Escape from Brothel’ may sound like it would a wild trashy romp but is in fact a grimy and often depressive trip through Hong Kong sleaze.
Heroes Shed No TearsMar 24, 2015
‘Heroes Shed No Tears’ is the kind of complex swordplay film that was attempted after the demise of the Shaw Brothers movie making empire, but often lacked the skilled control that Chor Yuen offered.
Mr. SmartMay 1, 2015
Kent Cheng shows that he was a fine character actor and a capable enough director to make this rise above its modest potential.
Once A Black SheepMay 8, 2020
‘Once A Black Sheep’ is solid fare though its relative anonymity should tell you much about its place in Hong Kong cinema.
Once Upon A Time In Triad SocietyMay 7, 2015
‘Once Upon A Time In Triad Society’ is a great little movie, purely down to Francis Ng in what must be one of his greatest roles.
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’.
The Brave ArcherFeb 26, 2015
Unfortunately ‘The Brave Archer’ is one of Chang Cheh’s least assured efforts as he foolishly tries to fit in all of the sub-plots and characters of this vast novel.