Producer: Bill Kong
Blood: The Last VampireFeb 24, 2015
Much of the story could have been padded better, with the format really revolving around getting to the next action sequence when more depth to the characters would have been far more beneficial.
Cold WarMar 1, 2015
‘Cold War’ is consistently entertaining and its massive success at the Hong Kong box-office shows that it clearly struck a chord with local audiences.
Cold War IISep 24, 2016
Like the first film, it is a slick and intense thriller that boasts solid performances from its cast.
Crouching Tiger, Hidden DragonMar 3, 2015
The fights are almost seamlessly integrated and amongst some of the best on offer for a few years even if they are not new by Jade screen standards.
Curse Of The Golden FlowerMar 4, 2015
‘Curse Of The Golden Flower’ is another sign of the growing confidence of Chinese cinema, the imagination of Zhang Yimou and the iconic status of Gong Li and Chow Yun-Fat.
FearlessMar 11, 2015
This is a Jet Li film we can finally be proud of and a Ronny Yu work that will finally stand the test of time.
HeroMar 24, 2015
‘Hero’ has shown that an exquisitely photographed film does not always have to be a case of style over substance.
House Of Flying DaggersMar 26, 2015
‘House Of Flying Daggers’ has too many trappings of an arthouse production that screams ‘self-conscious’ throughout.
Lust, CautionApr 18, 2015
The pace, the emphasis on spy procedure rather than spy spectacle and the often graphic nature of some scenes may not be to everyone’s taste but ‘Lust, Caution’ is a challenging film made for adults.
Red CliffMay 16, 2015
Despite having no conclusion of its own, all of the groundwork of the characterisation and story make the next chapter an exciting prospect.
Red Cliff: Part IIMay 16, 2015
Part 2 is certainly the superior one, but both deserve individual credit for reviving the dying embers of John Woo’s career.
Riding Alone For Thousands Of MilesMay 17, 2015
‘Riding Alone For Thousands Of Miles’ offers a pensive 100 minutes with the kind of devotion to China that shows clearly where the director’s heart lies.