Cast Member: Law Kar-Ying
14 BladesJul 2, 2015
It has numerous nods to the Shaw Brothers classics and harks back to those swordplay flicks of yesteryear, making you smile, cry, jump for joy and shout like a banshee, like any good martial arts film should.
A Chinese Odyssey Part 1: Pandora’s BoxFeb 28, 2015
Great all-round entertainment that shows Stephen Chow and the Monkey King myth at their finest.
A Chinese Odyssey Part 2: CinderellaMay 3, 2015
If you enjoyed the first ‘A Chinese Odyssey’, then this second part is pretty much guaranteed to please.
Crime StoryMar 3, 2015
This isn’t a Jackie Chan film, it’s a very entertaining and absorbing action-thriller that just so happens to have a strong central performance from a man called Chan.
Dr. Wai In “The Scripture With No Words”Mar 8, 2015
The action is about only thing that makes ‘Dr. Wai’ worth watching, with Li on typically fine form for a couple of battles with some interesting opponents.
Dragon From ShaolinMar 8, 2015
On paper, this looked a winner: Yuen Biao in an Indiana Jones role fighting an assortment of villains in search of an ancient relic. On celluloid though, this is a grand turkey.
Dragon Loaded 2003Mar 8, 2015
‘Dragon Loaded 2003’ is a typical Hong Kong comedy with a little injection of romance, but never rises above the ordinary.
Forbidden City CopMar 14, 2015
Avid fans of Chow’s humour can also rest assured as this is one of his sharpest films.
From Beijing With LoveMar 15, 2015
The humour is sharp and often hits the mark which therefore makes this one of his best and certainly most accessible films.
From Vegas To Macau IIIOct 5, 2016
Packed with the deluge of banality and popular references that will doubtlessly age the film well before it’s time, this third part is every bit as frustrating and lazy as the one that came before it.
Future X-CopsMar 16, 2015
Seemingly endless scenes of two annoying kids, empty nods to whatever is currently in popular culture and a few moments of teeth-grindingly insincere pathos.
KitchenApr 4, 2015
‘Kitchen’ is watchable, of course for Jordan Chan’s first-rate display, though it tends to languish in pretentiousness when a firmer hand would have been far more effective.