Cast Member: Wong Chung
Beauty EscortFeb 22, 2015
Unfortunately, ‘Beauty Escort’ is no old school classic and should probably only be viewed by complete-ists, or after you have exhausted many (many) other old school kung fu flicks or very late at night with a buddy who can make fun of it with you.
Have Sword, Will TravelMar 23, 2015
Fine performances, good cinematography and a well-paced storyline – despite the difficulty on my part to pick out its failings – will offer most viewers a rewarding 100 minutes of entertainment.
King Of BeggarsApr 3, 2015
The real problem of ‘King Of Beggars’ is that there is a lack of focus on what should be the main strength of the production.
Legend Of The BatApr 6, 2015
‘Legend Of The Bat’ suffers from the same problems as its predecessor, namely its headache-inducing twists and turns.
Shaolin TempleMay 23, 2015
‘Shaolin Temple’ is still a major achievement by a film-maker who was one of the true creators of the genre. There is, therefore, plenty to put this near the top of your viewing list.
The Anonymous HeroesFeb 18, 2015
‘The Anonymous Heroes’ is the kind of spectacular romp that has an infectious sense of enjoyment pouring off the screen.
The Chinese BoxerFeb 28, 2015
Although dated, ‘The Chinese Boxer’ is historically fascinating and provides an interesting point of reference to the many films that would follow.
The HeroesMar 24, 2015
For anyone who wants a change from the late-70s kung fu comedy cycle, ‘The Heroes’ is a film that is heartily recommended.
The Heroic OnesMar 24, 2015
Chang Cheh’s ‘The Heroic Ones’ is an ambitious and sumptuous martial arts epic that set a benchmark for Shaw Brothers at its time of release.
The New One-Armed SwordsmanSep 17, 2016
In just over 90 minutes so much action, story and style is effortless woven together that it shows the brilliance of one of the genre’s finest minds.
The Water MarginJun 23, 2015
‘The Water Margin’ is the kind of grandiose masterwork that is enthralling and, despite the presence of three accomplished directors, has a remarkable consistency to it.
The Web Of DeathJun 25, 2015
‘The Web Of Death’ would be a four-star film but (and it is a big ‘but’!) for the preposterous sight of seeing the heroes fleeing from a green spider.