Cast Member: Lau Kar-Wing
Anna In Kung Fu LandFeb 17, 2015
It’s doubtful whether even non-action audiences will be fully satisfied by this entertaining, but insubstantial production
Challenge Of The MastersFeb 28, 2015
Despite the fact that ‘Challenge Of The Masters’ hasn’t aged as well as some of Liu Chia-Liang’s other notable works, there’s undoubtedly much on offer for genre fans and the casual cinema-goer.
Choy Lee FutFeb 28, 2015
Even the action becomes monotonous by the time the tournament begins and there’s probably as much genuine Choy Lee Fut on display as there was in ‘Pretty Woman’.
Dirty Tiger, Crazy FrogMar 7, 2015
‘Dirty Tiger, Crazy Frog’ doesn’t compare to Sammo’s classics, but it’s diverting enough to persuade genre fans to catch it.
Drunken MonkeyMar 9, 2015
The choreography is refreshing and innovative though the storyline is badly developed and cannot fall back on well-written characters.
Fist PowerMar 13, 2015
‘Fist Power’ is a very thin framework onto which a few interesting action scenes are hung and should not be treated as a classic of the genre.
He Has Nothing But Kung FuMar 23, 2015
This provides solid viewing for fans while the veterans will no doubt enjoy spotting the endless array of familiar faces in the background.
His Name Is NobodyMar 25, 2015
It entertains throughout its duration and despite the usual kung-fu comedy conventions turning up it is a breath of fresh air.
Iron FistsMar 30, 2015
‘Iron Fists’ is packed with varied action, good performances from luminaries like Chen Kuan-Tai and Mang Fei and is constructed in a way that does no shame to its lofty inspiration.
KnockaboutApr 4, 2015
The action is simply electric, most notably the two-against-one finale that pits Sammo and Yuen against Liu Chia Yung.
Kung Pow: Enter The FistApr 4, 2015
If you get a giggle out of fart jokes and squeaky voices then it may well be the movie for you, but I imagine most will be better suited looking elsewhere.
Legendary Weapons Of ChinaApr 11, 2015
‘Legendary Weapons of China’ loses impetus when it concentrates on the distracting sub-plot involving Fu Sheng’s kung-fu charlatan, but it is still a refined entry in the genre.