Director: Joe Cheung
Flaming BrothersSep 4, 2018
‘Flaming Brothers’ easily holds its place amongst the best of the genre as well as marked the successful return of one of Hong Kong’s favourite cinematic sons.
Kung Fu Wing ChunApr 4, 2015
After an appalling first half, perhaps we can be grateful that it at least becomes watchable.
Pom PomMay 14, 2015
‘Pom Pom’ is a typically enjoyable 80’s Hong Kong comedy that will definitely strike a chord with fans of the ‘Lucky Stars’.
Pom Pom And Hot HotMay 13, 2015
‘Pom Pom And Hot Hot’ is a film where a fast forward button is a necessity. Too much of the film is bogged down in very tired routines that drastically slow down the pace.
Return EngagementSep 26, 2018
‘Return Engagement’ is cut from much the same cloth as many gangster films of the era but differentiates itself with a stronger core storyline.
RosaMay 19, 2015
While ‘Rosa’ isn’t one of the best action-comedies to come out of Hong Kong in the 80’s, it is still a constantly watchable one.
The Incredible Kung Fu MasterMar 28, 2015
‘The Incredible Kung Fu Master’ is certainly not among the best kung fu films ever made, but there is enough enjoyable action to make the viewing experience seem worthwhile.