Producer: Albert Lee
A Chinese Tall StoryFeb 28, 2015
Lau’s modern interpretation is an extremely wild one that is often mind blowing in its visuals, but in truth it’s the heart warming love story that prevails and makes the film a very entertaining one.
Beast StalkerFeb 21, 2015
Not just one of the best thrillers to emerge from Hong Kong in a good few years, but also as good as many that have been released throughout Asia over the artistically-rich 21st century.
Bug Me Not!Feb 27, 2015
‘Bug Me Not!’ is an extremely lightweight production that is often so cringeworthy that you’ll have to resist the urge to hurl your remote at the screen.
Chinese ZodiacFeb 28, 2015
‘Chinese Zodiac’ gives Jackie Chan fans (including me), who had been awaiting its arrival especially eagerly, very little to get excited about.
ConnectedMar 2, 2015
‘Connected’ is outrageously entertaining and maintains its energetic momentum throughout.
IcemanFeb 15, 2020
‘Iceman’ is more of a lame comedy with a little bit a decent action rather than the fantasy blockbuster if could have been.
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’.
Ip Man: The Final FightMar 30, 2015
Herman Yau’s conclusion to the story deserves its place among its contemporaries. And any film with Anthony Wong giving his all is well worth adding to your collection.
Mr. & Mrs. SingleApr 30, 2015
‘Mr & Mrs Single’ still retains a certain freshness that is surprising considering how well-worn the themes are.
Personal TailorMay 11, 2015
The simple fact is that Xiaogang’s latest work is the kind of slick, seamless film that one can admire as much as enjoy.
ShaolinMay 23, 2015
The dramatic framework is sturdy enough to make ‘Shaolin’ emotionally engaging, while the Yuen Kwai-orchestrated action is a delightful throwback to the Golden Age.
The DrummerMar 9, 2015
Bi serves up familiar twists and turns, yet the way they are presented raises them above expectations, successfully mixing the elements of the triad drama with something quite the opposite.