• God Of Gamblers III: Back To Shanghai

    Mar 20, 2015

    Just when you thought the ‘God Of Gamblers’ series was dead and buried, Wong Jing somehow manages to find a pretty nifty way of bringing it back.

  • High Risk

    Mar 25, 2015

    This action comedy is undoubtedly at its best when Jet Li is given centre stage and allowed to show off his smooth physical moves.

  • Hong Kong Playboys

    Mar 25, 2015

    This is not a comic masterpiece and doesn’t amuse in quite the manner that it imagines it does, but with a leading man of Fu Sheng’s calibre this is almost to be forgiven.

  • I Love Lolanto

    Feb 10, 2018

    Something of a minor undiscovered gem, it’s not hard to see why ‘I Love Lolanto’ was a box office hit in its day and remains well worth seeking out as a latter-day diversion.

  • Kung Fu Cult Master

    Apr 4, 2015

    The pairing of Jet Li and Sammo should have spawned a masterpiece, but instead the audience is left with this disheartening effort.

  • Kung Fu Mahjong

    Apr 4, 2015

    If you approach a film of this nature, with this cast, with this storyline and with this lack of imagination, there is very little sympathy you (or indeed I) should expect.

  • Last Hero In China

    Apr 5, 2015

    It just appears that Wong Jing wanted to please everyone by cramming the storyline with action, crazed innuendo and sudden plot twists.

  • Magic Crystal

    Apr 19, 2015

    Wong Jing manages to restrain his usual vulgarity and blend together some genuinely amusing comic scenes with an enviable amount of superior fight choreography.

  • Mission Milano

    May 18, 2018

    ‘Mission Milano’ is exactly what you would expect from Jing; a paper thin plot, overdone action sequences and low-brow humour.

  • My Kung Fu Sweetheart

    May 3, 2015

    One’s enjoyment of ‘My Kung Fu Sweetheart’ depends on one’s appreciation, or tolerance, for Wong Jing’s films.

  • My School Mate, The Barbarian

    May 3, 2015

    ‘My School Mate, the Barbarian’ is an unusual film that centres on a world of youths that rarely touches that of the adult realm. If the viewer can get used to this, they should enjoy the rest of the duration.

  • Return To A Better Tomorrow

    Apr 5, 2017

    Despite the tantalising title, this flick has nothing to do with John Woo’s genre defining classics but is rather a cheap cash in from the relentless Wong Jing conveyor belt.