Director: Stephen Chow
CJ7Mar 1, 2015
‘CJ7’ is a warm-hearted sci-fi comedy with solid special effects and a winning performance by newcomer Xu Jiao.
Forbidden City CopMar 14, 2015
Avid fans of Chow’s humour can also rest assured as this is one of his sharpest films.
From Beijing With LoveMar 15, 2015
The humour is sharp and often hits the mark which therefore makes this one of his best and certainly most accessible films.
Journey To The West: Conquering The DemonsApr 1, 2015
‘Journey To The West: Conquering The Demons’ is a solid fantasy film that retains a fair amount of that Stephen Chow magic.
King Of ComedyApr 3, 2015
It’s a highly accomplished and touching rom-com that shows he is not just a funny face.
Kung Fu HustleApr 4, 2015
It is a brilliantly constructed spoof of the martial arts genre that includes all of the elements that made Chow such a success.
Shaolin SoccerMay 23, 2015
As is often the case with Chow’s movies, what really sets it apart from other outings in the genre is the inclusion of a heartfelt story.
The God Of CookeryMar 31, 2015
Not only does it contain some of Stephen Chow’s most finely honed comedy, but it also sees him giving one of his more heartfelt and dramatic performances.
The MermaidDec 12, 2016
‘The Mermaid’ has the feel-good factor and is probably as good a rom-com as you’re likely to see this year. Yet that somehow doesn’t seem enough from a film-maker like Chow.
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.