Director: Joseph Kuo
Born InvincibleFeb 25, 2015
‘Born Invincible’ contains what many consider to be Carter Wong’s strongest performance; playing the crazed Chi Kung master, Wong enjoys every minute of his scenery chewing role.
Dragon’s ClawsMar 9, 2015
‘Dragon’s Claws’ shows the good and bad of independent kung-fu film-maker Joesph Kuo.
Shaolin Kung FuMay 23, 2015
‘Shaolin Kung Fu’ is really just a series of weak fight sequences strung together by a paper thin plot.
Sorrowful To A GhostMay 31, 2015
Unless you find poorly made kung fu movies a source of amusement then I would seriously suggest you steer well clear of ‘Sorrowful To A Ghost’.
The 18 BronzemenJul 2, 2015
Kuo lets the odd moment of peculiar editing affect an otherwise slick kung-fu drama; the final twenty minutes in particular seems far too rushed in comparison to the majority of the film.
The 7 GrandmastersMay 22, 2015
It’s a pity that ‘The Seven Grandmasters’ is nearly a classic, but not quite. The reason it falls short and the reason why many of Kuo’s features stumble in the same way is the ending.
The Blazing TempleFeb 24, 2015
‘The Blazing Temple’ is not Joseph Kuo’s best nor is it near his very pinnacle. It does, though, offer some solid enjoyment for patient viewers.
The CavalierMay 28, 2015
‘The Cavalier’ is a below par effort from Joseph Kuo, a director who should know better.
The Mystery Of Chess BoxingMay 3, 2015
The stand-out feature is the abundant fight scenes that are not only exciting, but also have a level of imagination not always seen in independent kung-fu cinema.
World Of Drunken MasterJun 28, 2015
Joseph Kuo can be credited with providing the genre with much to savour, but ‘World Of Drunken Master’ is a very routine kung fu comedy.