Producer: Claudie Chung Chun
Always On My MindFeb 17, 2015
The best advice I would give to anyone is to stick with this excellent production through its slower moments as there is much to savour here.
An Empress And The WarriorsMar 10, 2015
‘An Empress And The Warriors’ is enticing enough to divert the attention, but without anything substantial within the duration it is quickly forgotten.
And I Hate You SoFeb 17, 2015
‘And I Hate You So’ could and should have been much better; instead the viewer is left with a good film that simply didn’t realise its full potential.
Anna MagdalenaFeb 18, 2015
Director Yee Chung-Man combines the conventions of commercial film-making with the subtlety of art-house cinema, but never loses the main heart of the film.
He Ain’t Heavy, He’s My FatherMar 23, 2015
Unfortunately not enough of the storyline’s potential is realised to be fully satisfying; such an intriguing plot needed a bit more attention to its effects instead of just skimming over the matter.
HorseplayMar 26, 2015
This is superior entertainment of a light and fluffy nature that somehow feels more sophisticated than anything out at the moment (even though it probably isn’t).
It Had To Be YouMar 30, 2015
For those who have had their fingers burnt on numerous occasions by Hong Kong rom-coms, I offer up ‘It Had To Be You’ as a partial redemption.
Merry-Go-RoundApr 22, 2015
It’s not a perfect film – the quirky moments are sometimes a bit too overdone and the pace is slightly inconsistent – but it is a nice surprise.
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.
Whatever Will Be, Will BeJun 26, 2015
‘Whatever Will Be, Will Be’ is an unusual film to recommend as it is so anchored to convention that it initially seems to have little to differentiate it from the many other similarly themed films.