Cast Member: Richard Norton
China O’BrienFeb 28, 2015
The narrative is fairly crisp, but cannot make the action any less ‘American’ in its pace and imagination (or lack of!).
China O’Brien 2Oct 18, 2016
While it’ll never scale the heights of its Hong Kong counterparts of the day, this fast and fun sequel still delivers the Rothock, Norton and Cooke action goods.
City HunterMar 1, 2015
The combination of wacky humour and Chan’s superior comedic timing make ‘City Hunter’ a lot of fun to watch.
IronheartJan 26, 2017
With the martial arts action severely lacking in excitement and a whole lot of WTF, means ‘Ironheart’ is just a load a B-movie badness.
Magic CrystalApr 19, 2015
Wong Jing manages to restrain his usual vulgarity and blend together some genuinely amusing comic scenes with an enviable amount of superior fight choreography.
Millionaires’ ExpressApr 23, 2015
Newcomers will enjoy the fight action, the slightly more experienced will also appreciate the comedy and the veteran viewer will be entertained by the great cast.
Mr. Nice GuyMay 1, 2015
The action and the winning persona of the lead are reasons to give this four stars, but the obvious deficiencies means it’s only a three.
Rage And Honour II: Hostile TakeoverMay 16, 2015
A definite improvement over part 1, and other similar fare such as ‘China O’Brien’ – it makes for an adequate 90 minutes viewing – but ultimately reminds us why we love HK fighting so much more.
The FighterApr 3, 2015
If you want an added fix of Richard Norton go for something better like ALL of his HK films or even his US efforts with Cynthia Rothrock.
Twinkle Twinkle Lucky StarsJun 19, 2015
As with the rest of the series, the comedy in ‘Twinkle Twinkle Lucky Stars’ may not appeal to everyone but there’s certainly enough action on display to entertain any fan of Hong Kong cinema.