• Stage Door Johnny

    Jun 1, 2015

    Despite never straying towards originality and unlikely to win awards, there’s still an admirable mixture of action and drama to commend.

  • Swordsman II

    Jun 6, 2015

    The viewer is treated to a visual feast that fully sketches out this almost mythical setting – kudos once more to director and cinematographer.

  • The 13 Cold-Blooded Eagles

    Jul 2, 2015

    For those seeking a fast-paced fantasy film with no pretensions, ‘The 13 Cold-Blooded Eagles’ fits the bill very well and, while not comparable to genre classics like ‘Swordsman II’, is worth a look.

  • The Conman

    Mar 2, 2015

    Despite Jing’s attempts to prove otherwise, ‘The Conman’ is really little more than a second rate attempt at remaking ‘God of Gamblers’.

  • The Diary Of A Big Man

    Mar 7, 2015

    ‘The Diary Of A Big Man’ is not ‘laugh-out-loud’ comedy, but is recommended to all Chow Yun-Fat fans as it contains enough elements to make it a highly entertaining film.

  • The Four

    Mar 15, 2015

    ordon Chan can certainly do entertaining fantasy action but the various elements of ‘The Four’ just don’t gel meaning there are moments of fun but on the whole it’s all just a little dreary and long winded.

  • The War Of Loong

    Jun 28, 2021

    Despite a solid start and the production values to do events justice, ‘The War of Loong’ just misses out on being overly memorable.

  • Tough Beauty And The Sloppy Slop

    Jun 20, 2015

    ‘Tough Beauty And The Sloppy Slop’ is a blatantly cheap production, but it does have a little old school charm that makes it far more appealing than you would expect.

  • Tricky Brains

    Jun 16, 2015

    Of course this wouldn’t be a Wong Jing film if some of the jokes weren’t bordering on tasteless and there are a couple that stretch the imagination, but thankfully they do little to deviate from the film’s general fun and frivolity.

  • Web Of Deception

    Jun 25, 2015

    A great slice of suspense with three great turns from three female greats, it is a shame ‘Web of Deception’ appears to be David Chung’s final film to date.

  • Wing Chun

    Jun 27, 2015

    ‘Wing Chun’ is not a bad film by any means. In fact, it is quite enjoyable, but only for those partial to Hong Kong style zany comedy, and wire-worked action sequences.

  • Zen Of Sword

    Jul 1, 2015

    ‘Zen of Sword’ has plenty of plot twists, but not so much as to make it convoluted. Performances are good, and the action handled primarily by Kuo Chui pleases.