Cast Member: Raymond Wong Pak-Ming
97 Aces Go PlacesJul 19, 2015
Even though I was eager to like the film and the trailer helped make this seem a possibility, this is a major disappointment – even for the most forgiving fans of the Samuel Hui/Karl Maka classic.
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.
All’s Well, Ends Well ’97Feb 17, 2015
Chow Sing-Chi completists may want to seek it out, but everyone else should divert their attention to his many more accomplished films.
Daddy, Father And PapaMar 4, 2015
Clifton Ko prefers to fill the film with dubious comedy and ‘Home Alone’-style action – certainly no compensation for even a few seconds of Sammo’s genius.
Mr. CoconutMay 1, 2015
Thrown together rather than constructed, this is a production where the director has little idea how to generate organic laughs from situations and must therefore shoe-horn them in.
The Eighth HappinessMar 10, 2015
This is an average comedy film with little to make it stand out and viewers would be better advised watching ‘Diary Of A Big Man’ if they want to see one of Chow Yun-Fat’s comic roles.
The OccupantMay 5, 2015
‘The Occupant’ doesn’t appear to be sure if it wants to be a horror or a comedy as while it is genuinely funny, this does tend to undermine the horror elements.
Troublesome Night 4Jul 21, 2018
There’s enough spooky set-pieces, riotous comedy and bare flesh on show to keep even the most mercurial of Hong Kong genre fans entertained.
Wonder WomenJun 28, 2015
The drama that fills the narrative asks that Leung is capable of giving a mature, at times necessarily understated performance, something the actress resoundingly provides.