Director: Derek Chiu
72 HeroesJul 19, 2015
While Derek Chiu’s latest film is an acceptable blockbuster, the wit and style of the director’s earlier works is sadly fading away from him.
ComeuppanceMar 1, 2015
The style and substance of ‘Comeuppance’ are in well-balanced equilibrium as neither overtakes the other, but there is still something indefinable that proves to be obvious by the time the credits roll.
Frugal GameMar 15, 2015
‘Frugal Game’ is a pleasant comedy that stands out of the rest of the market because of its odd glimpse of invention.
Love Au ZenApr 14, 2015
The idea of an introspective love story may not sound too appealing, but this is the kind of film that truly rewards the patient viewer.
Love Is LoveApr 15, 2015
‘Love Is Love’ is a skeletal rom-com with every feeling sucked out and populated by people you would cross the road, no the M4, to avoid.
Love TrilogyApr 16, 2015
‘Love Trilogy’ is a fine film that flawlessly juggles three stories while also hinting at some exquisite symbolism to cement its point.
Sealed With A KissMay 21, 2015
‘Sealed With A Kiss’ has the raw promise of a director to watch in the future, but intersperses this with a general lack of focus.
The LogApr 13, 2015
There’s no doubt then that ‘The Log’ has qualities that recommend it, though it never reaches the heights that Chiu’s admirers would demand.
The Road Less TravelledMay 18, 2015
The two Dereks have provided viewers with a down-to-earth story of sadness that firmly keeps the attention until the final credits roll.
Time 4 HopeJun 14, 2015
Although ‘Time 4 Hope’ is certainly a solid film that remains watchable, it is memorable for its wasted potential rather than anything else.