Cast Member: Kenny Bee
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.
Elixir Of LoveMar 10, 2015
‘Elixir Of Love’ passes the time adequately, but there’s little doubt that it fails to stretch Riley Yip’s creative excellence and doesn’t even rank as one of Miriam Yeung’s best.
Initial DMar 29, 2015
The linear narrative and lack of real danger in the story may limit what would otherwise be a sure-fire hit.
Millionaires’ ExpressApr 23, 2015
Newcomers will enjoy the fight action, the slightly more experienced will also appreciate the comedy and the veteran viewer will be entertained by the great cast.
Moon WarriorsApr 30, 2015
Instead of just relying on popular new-wave gimmicks, Sammo pushes each of the actors to their limit and, even though there is liberal use of stunt doubles, the effect is impressive to behold.
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.
Rose, Rose I Love YouMay 19, 2015
‘Rose, Rose I Love You’ is less of a straight lampoon of 60s Hong Kong cinema and more of a genuine attempt to harness the spiritedness of the original.
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.
Shanghai BluesMay 22, 2015
‘Shanghai Blues’ is, overall, superior entertainment, but by the time the end credits roll its hard not to think of what might have been.
Super ModelJun 4, 2015
‘Super Model’ is, for the majority, a superior comedy that bursts forth with copious amounts of energy and imagination.
The Chinese FeastFeb 28, 2015
It’s no surprise that this Tsui Hark comedy was a box-office smash as it allows the viewer to enjoy superior character interaction and sharp comic routines.
The Flying Mr. BMar 14, 2015
With more cheese than a Mini Babybel factory, ‘The Flying Mr. B’ is about as dated as Hong Kong comedy gets.