Cast Member: Louis Koo
ProtégéMay 16, 2015
A gripping and often uncompromising look at the Hong Kong drug trade from the seller’s and user’s side, Derek Yee’s ‘Protégé’ is one of the finest dramas to come out of Hong Kong in recent years.
Rob-B-HoodMay 18, 2015
Despite some wonderful Jackie moments it proves to be a movie where the need to be ‘cute’ is more important than the desire to entertain.
Run Papa RunMay 19, 2015
‘Run Papa Run’ is a story we may have seen before with style that may initially be jarring, yet is ultimately delivered with aplomb.
Sealed With A KissMay 21, 2015
‘Sealed With A Kiss’ has the raw promise of a director to watch in the future, but intersperses this with a general lack of focus.
SPL 2: A Time For ConsequencesJan 12, 2017
Sticking with ‘SPL 2’ makes for an overall rewarding experience as director Soi Cheang takes the viewer on a wild, thrilling and at times incredibly dark ride.
The Legend Of ZuApr 6, 2015
It has its faults and no-one could call it the greatest movie ever made. Importantly though, this is a fabulous example of how a combination of technology and innovation can still wow the jaded viewer.
The Lion RoarsApr 12, 2015
‘The Lion Roars’ is slickly produced, well performed by its beloved leading couple and not without its moments of amusement.
The Masked ProsecutorApr 21, 2015
An interesting premise is given a reasonable treatment by experienced director Herman Yau and well-played by a very capable cast.
The Road Less TravelledMay 18, 2015
The two Dereks have provided viewers with a down-to-earth story of sadness that firmly keeps the attention until the final credits roll.
The SuspectJun 5, 2015
‘The Suspect’ is a highly recommended return to form for Ringo Lam after his brief stay in Hollywood. For fans of quality thrillers, this is unlikely to disappoint.
ThreeFeb 7, 2017
‘Three’ could be the least involving, least exciting action thriller in recent memory. That it has Johnnie To behind it is a particularly sad thing to report.
Throw DownJun 11, 2015
It may be To’s intention to slightly alienate the audience with characters stuck in limbo, without any explanations, but, if this is the case, he cannot be too surprised to learn that this is an uninvolving film.