Producer: Gordon Chan
A-1Feb 15, 2004
There are moments of entertainment here, but the flat denouement sums up the lack of real polish that the preceding 100 minutes had provided.
ArmageddonFeb 18, 2015
The lack of urgency and often confusing nature of the plot means ‘Armageddon’ is never as engaging or exciting as it could have been.
Beast CopsFeb 21, 2015
‘Beast Cops’ is a powerfully shot and highly entertaining movie that raises some important issues regarding today’s society, which really need to be addressed.
Funeral MarchMar 15, 2015
By avoiding Hollywood histrionics or schmaltz, a well-worn plot again manages to seem fresh and deeply moving.
HitmanMar 25, 2015
Jet lacks the screen presence to hold our attention and ultimately makes the long wait between the action set pieces just too long.
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.
ManhuntJul 16, 2018
Not the return to modern action many a Woo fan may have hoped for but fun in fits and starts if you can forgive its flaws.
Painted SkinMay 10, 2015
Not to everyone’s tastes, could have been a little shorter and hardcore Yen fans may be let down by the lack of dynamic hand-to-hand combat but ‘Painted Skin’ is still a stylish slice of fantasy filmmaking.
The FourMar 15, 2015
ordon Chan can certainly do entertaining fantasy action but the various elements of ‘The Four’ just don’t gel meaning there are moments of fun but on the whole it’s all just a little dreary and long winded.
Time 4 HopeJun 14, 2015
Although ‘Time 4 Hope’ is certainly a solid film that remains watchable, it is memorable for its wasted potential rather than anything else.
Undercover Hidden DragonJun 19, 2015
‘Undercover Hidden Dragon’ is better than the past few Ronald Cheng films, but not as consistently entertaining as ‘Super Model’, perhaps the benchmark for his comedy.
When I Look Upon The StarsJun 26, 2015
‘When I Look Upon The Stars’ is mercilessly padded in many areas and there are constant moments when the narrative almost grinds to a halt.