Cast Member: Maggie Cheung
All’s Well, Ends WellFeb 17, 2015
There’s still enjoyment to be had in this Hong Kong comedy though as long as the potential viewer is willing to forgive its various shortcomings.
Ashes Of TimeFeb 18, 2015
A tapestry of emotion, audaciously flashing backwards and forwards and shifting voice-overs to piece together the moments that have led the characters to the barren wastes of the desert.
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.
Dragon From RussiaMar 8, 2015
‘Dragon from Russia’ is best described as a group of excellent fight sequences strung together by a rather muddled plot and some curious casting.
Girl With The Diamond SlipperMar 17, 2015
Though ‘Girl With The Diamond Slipper’ has a fine finale and some excellent physical comedy throughout, the decidedly flat middle section eats away at the viewer’s patience.
Heart Into HeartsMar 23, 2015
‘Heart Into Hearts’ is subsequently a perfect example of the law of diminishing returns, a sequel that tries to impress with its relative opulence but forgets how important its characters are.
HeroMar 24, 2015
‘Hero’ has shown that an exquisitely photographed film does not always have to be a case of style over substance.
In The Mood For LoveMar 28, 2015
A good but not great film, as visually it works beautifully, but the pacing of the direction conflicts with the pace at which the story actually develops.
It’s A Drink, It’s A BombMar 30, 2015
‘It’s A Drink, It’s A Bomb’ is far less interested in developing a logical plot and far more devoted to the increasingly bizarre situations our protagonists find themselves in.
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.
New Dragon Gate InnMay 4, 2015
May disappoint die-hard action fans, but would prove a good introduction to swordplay style films, especially for the H.K uninitiated and Hollywood lovers.
Paper MarriageMay 11, 2015
Although Sammo and Maggie rarely create any convincing chemistry, the film contains enough action and laughs to entertain most Hong Kong fans.