Director: Raymond Yip
Anna In Kung Fu LandFeb 17, 2015
It’s doubtful whether even non-action audiences will be fully satisfied by this entertaining, but insubstantial production
Bruce Lee, My BrotherFeb 26, 2015
Those jonesing for action may feel the pace sag, but ‘Bruce Lee, My Brother’ is a brilliant period family drama.
Cook Up A StormJul 15, 2017
The varied cast which includes Tse, Ge You and CN Blue member Jung Yong-Hwa make it an appealing 90 minutes of over-the-top cook-offs, snappy comedy and melodrama.
For Bad Boys OnlyMar 14, 2015
The film though has some good special effects and does retain a certain entertainment value, but it stands as a masterclass in the way a director’s lack of self-control can hinder a film’s progress.
Iceman: The Time TravellerFeb 28, 2020
What could have been a fun period set actioner is instead a rushed, confusing sequel which, as other reviews have pointed out, seems to have been cobbled together in a rush from unused footage from the first ‘Iceman’.
My Dream GirlMay 3, 2015
I’ve lost 90 minutes of my life that could’ve been more productively spent on getting rid of those pesky nostril hairs. Make sure you don’t make the same mistake.
Sixty Million Dollar ManMay 26, 2015
‘Sixty Million Dollar Man’ is a lazy and disappointingly unfunny outing for all concerned.
The WarlordsJun 23, 2015
This is not a flashy costume drama or a CGI enhanced flight of fancy but rather a gritty, grimy and quite often, an in your face epic.
Till Death Do Us LaughJun 15, 2018
‘Till Death Do Us Laugh’ hits a nice balance of horror and comedy, with neither outweighing the other, whilst never taking itself so seriously as a collective that the audience can’t have a bit of fun with it.