• Body Weapon

    Feb 25, 2015

    Dark cinematography, powerful scenes, politically incorrect humour and good fight choreography combine to make this an entertaining film, but one you are only likely to watch once.

  • Fist Power

    Mar 13, 2015

    ‘Fist Power’ is a very thin framework onto which a few interesting action scenes are hung and should not be treated as a classic of the genre.

  • Fong Sai Yuk

    Mar 14, 2015

    ‘Fong Sai Yuk’ may not be the best kung fu film ever made, but it doesn’t disappoint and is highly recommended viewing.

  • Lost City In Snow Heaven

    Apr 14, 2015

    Whichever way you look at it, ‘Lost City In Snow Heaven’ isn’t a very pretty picture and I’d be amazed if anyone walks away from it with any degree of satisfaction.

  • Mahjong Dragon

    Apr 20, 2015

    It’s hard to think of a film that attempts to mix so many elements together, trying to please just about every potential viewer.

  • Once Upon A Time In China IV

    May 7, 2015

    The action (ladder fight excepted) is equal to part 1, but not the dramatic element, and it is certainly not the equal of part 2 for fight choreography.

  • Once Upon A Time In China V

    May 7, 2015

    For those that hate the frequent use of wire-fu (like me), you better look elsewhere as action choreography for this film relies heavily upon its use.

  • Sacrifice

    May 20, 2015

    ‘Sacrifice’ is not going to find itself among Chen Kaige’s most revered films, yet it is still a classy almost operatic historical film that holds the attention.

  • The Blacksheep Affair

    Feb 24, 2015

    ‘The Blacksheep Affair’ is an exhilarating action film that firmly puts Vincent Zhao on the map as a possible successor to Jet Li.

  • The Chinese Feast

    Feb 28, 2015

    It’s no surprise that this Tsui Hark comedy was a box-office smash as it allows the viewer to enjoy superior character interaction and sharp comic routines.

  • True Legend

    Jun 17, 2015

    Action fans in particular will find much to appreciate here, especially the chance to see the Drunken style so excellently represented on screen.

  • Wu Dang

    Jun 28, 2015

    Long gone are the days of high-impact fight scenes; now protagonists, even those as skilled as Vincent Zhao, bounce off of each other like playmates in a wind-tunnel.