Director: Wai Ka-Fai
Don’t Go Breaking My HeartMar 8, 2015
‘Don’t Go Breaking My Heart’ is lightweight entertainment but never threatens to be even more, despite a few sweeping romantic theatrics
FantasiaMar 10, 2015
This, as you can tell from my gushing praise, is a film that has an obvious admiration and affection for the films that inspired it.
Fulltime KillerMar 15, 2015
It certainly doesn’t break new ground or quite manage to sit amongst the classics, but it’s a solid and stylish gunplay flick that delivers on a number of levels.
Help!!!Mar 23, 2015
Not a Brunel intellectual challenge, this is a recommended satirical comedy, easy to enjoy and a feather in the cap of Johnnie To’s varied filmography.
Himalaya SinghMar 25, 2015
‘Himalaya Singh’ is a depressing fusion of noise and colour that Hong Kong cinema can ill-afford to keep churning out.
Love For All SeasonsApr 15, 2015
The concept may take a little getting used to, but ‘Love For All Seasons’ is a superior vehicle for Sammi Cheng and an enjoyable mixture of zany plot twists, comedy and romance.
Love On A DietApr 15, 2015
There is still much to enjoy in ‘Love On A Diet’ and once again the chemistry between the lead pair makes this a quality slice of entertainment.
Mad DetectiveApr 18, 2015
If you like your cop thrillers but want something just a little different then ‘Mad Detective’ has got both bases covered.
Needing You…May 3, 2015
There is much to enjoy in ‘Needing You…’ and the film is a pleasant antidote to Hollywood’s own romantic comedies.
Peace HotelJan 12, 2021
A great set up is unfortunately wasted via odd creative choices, too much focus on comedy-romance and a reliance on grating theatrics.
Running On KarmaMay 19, 2015
It successfully manages to combine numerous genres to create a truly enlightening piece of cinema that shows just how unique Asian filmmaking can be.
The ShopaholicsMay 25, 2015
‘The Shopaholics’ is a simple time waster that has a few effective moments, but meanders around until its uninspiring conclusion.