Cast Member: Nina Li Chi
A Kid From TibetApr 3, 2015
Without a doubt, ‘A Kid From Tibet’ is a hugely enjoyable action comedy that is the perfect showcase for the multi-talented Yuen Biao.
Aces Go Places V: The Terracotta HitFeb 16, 2015
The film boasts a truly stellar cast and good production values, but sadly the saga had run out of steam.
Dragon FightMar 8, 2015
The film suffers from inconsistent pacing with a good opening, a relatively slow middle section and an excellent climax – featuring some blistering fight action.
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.
Fractured FolliesMar 15, 2015
‘Fractured Follies’ is not big on belly laughs and may not, as was mentioned, be to everyone’s’ tastes. There is, though, a certain something which helps the overall production remain watchable.
Inspector Pink DragonMar 29, 2015
By no means a classic action comedy, ‘Inspector Pink Dragon’ nonetheless succeeds in providing a entertaining 90-odd minutes.
Pedicab DriverMay 11, 2015
The final reel is raw power and energy as Sammo takes on a small army of goons before meeting his match in Billy Chow.
The Fun, The Luck And The TycoonMar 15, 2015
‘The Fun, The Luck And The Tycoon’ is not hilarious or particularly side-splitting, but the humour is such that it hits the mark in a subtle manner.
The Gambling GhostMar 16, 2015
What makes ‘Gambling Ghost’ an above-average feature is undoubtedly the superb performance by the film’s main star.
The Greatest LoverMar 21, 2015
The final word therefore is that ‘The Greatest Lover’ is certainly worth catching, but there are simply too many annoyances for this to be anything special.
The Stone Age WarriorsJun 1, 2015
If you’re looking for a strong plot or an all-round classic of cinema, this certainly isn’t for you. However, if you just want an inventive and engaging 90 minute action-comedy, you could do worse than this.
Tiger On The BeatJun 14, 2015
‘Tiger On The Beat’ is a surprisingly successful outing that proves Liu Chia-Liang was just as capable of handling modern day actioners.