Cast Member: Wu Jing
Badges Of FuryFeb 20, 2015
‘Badges of Fury’ cannot decide whether it is merely an abysmal spoof of cop films, an action comedy or a gaudy pantomime.
Call Of HeroesDec 19, 2016
Superbly paced, mounted and executed, one should simply sit back and enjoy this kung fu spectacle.
City Under SiegeMar 1, 2015
‘City Under Siege’ plods along to something of an anti-climax after nearly two hours, never achieving logical pacing or suspense.
Drunken MonkeyMar 9, 2015
The choreography is refreshing and innovative though the storyline is badly developed and cannot fall back on well-written characters.
Fatal ContactMar 11, 2015
Like most martial arts movies to emerge out of Hong Kong in recent years, there are flashes of the talent involved but it’s not nearly as entertaining as it should have been.
Fatal MoveMar 11, 2015
‘Fatal Move’ is most certainly flawed and could have been a lot tighter and less meandering. Yet it still manages to be an entertaining slice of gangster action that entertains if never really ignites.
Invisible TargetMar 30, 2015
Hard hitting action reminiscent of old school Hong Kong actioners, solid performances and sleek direction makes ‘Invisible Target’ one of the years best action flicks.
Just Another Pandora’s BoxApr 2, 2015
Having emerged from the debacle that was ‘Kung-Fu Cyborg’, Jeff Lau returns to his beloved sub-genre of the nonsensical and it’s certainly an improvement on his previous effort.
Kung Fu Cyborg: Metallic AttractionApr 4, 2015
As a continued supporter of Hong Kong cinema, it gives me no pleasure to call this absurd mess the biggest waste of a big budget in recent memory.
Legendary AssassinApr 11, 2015
Not a complete disaster but by no means the showcase that Wu Jing was no doubt hoping it would be.
Ride OnApr 27, 2023
For those of us who have grown up with Jackie Chan, this leaves quite an impression; it recalls an era of cinema, not just Hong Kong but worldwide, that will never be repeated again.
ShaolinMay 23, 2015
The dramatic framework is sturdy enough to make ‘Shaolin’ emotionally engaging, while the Yuen Kwai-orchestrated action is a delightful throwback to the Golden Age.