Producer: Henry Fong Ping
Crazy N’ The CityMar 3, 2015
Full of humanity and interest, it remarkably manages to takes three or four strong sub-plots and amalgamate them together without letting any of them suffer.
Dragon FightMar 8, 2015
The film suffers from inconsistent pacing with a good opening, a relatively slow middle section and an excellent climax – featuring some blistering fight action.
Drink, Drank, DrunkMar 9, 2015
Despite a few criticisms, Yee has crafted a capable film with a tender heart, something not easy to achieve in the cynical world of film-making.
Driving Miss WealthyMar 9, 2015
‘Driving Miss Wealthy’ simply isn’t sharp enough or emotionally engaging enough to sustain the attention.
Lost In TimeApr 14, 2015
With characterisation so strongly emphasised in the film, it’s encouraging to see that both of the pivotal figures are empathetic enough to make Derek Yee’s goal successful.
Mr. CinemaMay 1, 2015
If the more ambitious nature of the production can be ignored and the awkward jingoism put to one side, ‘Mr. Cinema’ can be enjoyed as a well-performed, sometimes captivating film.
My Name Is FameMay 3, 2015
‘My Name Is Fame’ is essentially a platform for Lau Ching Wan and the actor makes full use of this opportunity.
OverheardMay 10, 2015
A well-scripted, superbly executed thriller with a formidable triumvirate at the centre, this could well be one of the best genre films to have come from Asia in the past few years.
The Road Less TravelledMay 18, 2015
The two Dereks have provided viewers with a down-to-earth story of sadness that firmly keeps the attention until the final credits roll.