Director: Wilson Yip
Dragon Tiger GateMar 9, 2015
Don’t compare it to Yen and Yip’s ‘SPL’ or ‘Flashpoint’, just sit back and enjoy a good old fashioned comic book blockbuster with heaps of kung fu action.
Dry Wood, Fierce FireMar 9, 2015
Taking a well-trod tale of unrequited love and combining efforts with current hot property Miriam Yeung, Yip imbues proceedings with an infectious air.
Flash PointMar 14, 2015
‘Flash Point’ isn’t a perfect film in the classical cinematic sense, but it is a damn fine action movie that doesn’t short change the viewer in any department.
Ip ManMar 30, 2015
If you’re an action fan you won’t be disappointed and for me, this is Donnie Yen’s best film to date from an acting perspective.
Ip Man 4: The FinaleSep 12, 2020
This fourth go around for Yen and director Yip with the Ip saga is as solid as ever from the duo but pales in comparison to the first two instalments.
Juliet In LoveApr 2, 2015
‘Juliet In Love’ could be well-described as an economic and perhaps minimal love story; there are no grand gestures or over-the-top histrionics.
Leaving Me, Loving YouApr 5, 2015
The sensitivity and insight that Wilson Yip is known for is lacking as is anything to make the characters interesting.
ParadoxJan 17, 2020
The third instalment in the ‘SPL’ franchise sees original director Wilson Yip return for another dark crime tale that doesn’t skimp on the nihilism or the hard edged fight action.
Skyline CruisersMay 27, 2015
The opening does promise a fun and breezy film before it gets bogged down in confusion, but there are moments that keep the viewer watching.
SPLJun 1, 2015
A first class cop thriller, that despite it’s flaws and over dramatics is riveting viewing and shows Wilson Yip is one of the best directors working in Hong Kong at the minute.
United We Stand, And SwimJun 19, 2015
The enjoyment that is had from viewing this modest, yet mostly rewarding production is that it is a character piece that avoids action or histrionics.