Director: Herman Yau
AstonishingMar 30, 2020
Well worth giving your time to, as long as you’re prepared for things to go out on a whimper rather than a bang.
Best Of The BestFeb 22, 2015
Thanks to some solid acting, engaging characters and a little bit of gunplay action this isn’t a bad little romance-gone-bad/crime picture.
Herbal TeaMar 24, 2015
It may be relatively incident free and not as prestigious as many of its contemporaries, yet this is still a film that earns mild commendation.
Ip Man: The Final FightMar 30, 2015
Herman Yau’s conclusion to the story deserves its place among its contemporaries. And any film with Anthony Wong giving his all is well worth adding to your collection.
Shock WaveNov 20, 2017
‘Shock Wave’ is an above average Andy Lau action film that shows that the star can still be called on to play the tough hero when needed.
Shock Wave 2Jun 7, 2021
One’s suspension of disbelief may be pushed to breaking point but if you can go with the adrenaline pulsing momentum and the fact this is supposed to be a load of entertaining fun, then you will have a good time.
The Legend Is Born: Ip ManApr 6, 2015
‘The Legend Is Born: Ip Man’ does not try to outdo the spectacle of its more lavish inspiration, though Herman Yau does try to give the viewers the ample Wing Chun action they crave.
The Masked ProsecutorApr 21, 2015
An interesting premise is given a reasonable treatment by experienced director Herman Yau and well-played by a very capable cast.
The New King Of ComedyFeb 4, 2022
The major strength here is E Jingwen who is such an eternally affable figure that you are rooting for her from the first frame until the end.
The Untold StoryJun 20, 2015
If you enjoy some bloody mayhem then it’ll definitely suffice, but it’s highly likely that the majority of viewers will find that there just isn’t enough meat in this bun to truly satisfy.
Troublesome Night 4Jul 21, 2018
There’s enough spooky set-pieces, riotous comedy and bare flesh on show to keep even the most mercurial of Hong Kong genre fans entertained.