Producer: Andrew Lau
Dance Of A DreamMar 4, 2015
‘Dance Of A Dream’ is an enjoyable, yet forgettable romantic comedy that is an amble display of the good and the bad of Andrew Lau as director.
From Vegas To MacauMar 15, 2015
It’s best viewed as an occasionally enjoyable diversion that, on sporadic occasions, hints at how good a reboot of one of the 80s most iconic film series could be.
From Vegas To Macau IISep 17, 2016
‘From Vegas To Macau II’ gets very mild commendation for a few nods to past glories and the occasional joke that doesn’t feel like waterboarding.
From Vegas To Macau IIIOct 5, 2016
Packed with the deluge of banality and popular references that will doubtlessly age the film well before it’s time, this third part is every bit as frustrating and lazy as the one that came before it.
Infernal AffairsMar 31, 2015
The film has one of the best stories I’ve seen in quite a while and the cast and crew all produce some of their finest work to date.
Initial DMar 29, 2015
The linear narrative and lack of real danger in the story may limit what would otherwise be a sure-fire hit.
Legend Of The Fist: The Return Of Chen ZhenApr 6, 2015
‘Legend Of The Fist’ is a film that promises so much but delivers far less, especially considering this is a collaboration between Donnie Yen and Andrew Lau.
Look For A StarApr 13, 2015
‘Look For A Star’ will be welcomed by the legions of Andy Lau fans who are keen for the star to return to a genre he dominated at the end of the century.
Once Upon A Time In ShanghaiMay 7, 2015
The master stroke is of course the incorporation of Yuen Woo Ping as fight choreographer and he serves up some of the best fisticuffs of recent years.
The Avenging FistFeb 19, 2015
If you expect a beautiful style over substance film then it will entertain you, and in my eyes it is an improvement over ‘Storm Riders’.
The GuillotinesMar 21, 2015
While certainly mounted on a sometimes epic scale and beautifully shot, Lau’s film disappoints due to rushed character motivations, unconvincing drama and an excessive use of slow motion.
Till Death Do Us LaughJun 15, 2018
‘Till Death Do Us Laugh’ hits a nice balance of horror and comedy, with neither outweighing the other, whilst never taking itself so seriously as a collective that the audience can’t have a bit of fun with it.