Producer: John Shum
An Autumn’s TaleFeb 17, 2015
This highly acclaimed romantic drama proves once again that Hong Kong cinema can be very subtle and is far more varied than some would have the public believe.
Eight Taels Of GoldMar 10, 2015
‘Eight Taels Of Gold’ rewards those not looking for emotional fireworks or melodramatic denouements.
Hong Kong 1941Mar 25, 2015
‘Hong Kong 1941’ is a powerful and moving study of the effects of war on the ordinary person and the strains of such pressure on any friendship.
I Love MariaMar 27, 2015
‘I Love Maria’ offers a very good 100 minutes of entertainment for those who are looking for something new within Hong Kong cinema.
Legacy Of RageApr 6, 2015
‘Legacy of Rage’ may not even be in the same category as ‘A Better Tomorrow’, but it makes for relatively pleasing pop entertainment.
Magnificent WarriorsApr 19, 2015
Whether she’s using a bull-whip, fighting Hwang Jang Lee or enjoying a momentary pause, Yeoh controls this film with pure class.
People’s HeroMay 11, 2015
In Derek Yee though, the film has an impressive craftsmen who layers the tension until the film’s ultimately downbeat conclusion.
Pom Pom Strikes BackMay 13, 2015
With this fourth part the formula remains in place and the whole production has the very comfortable feeling of familiarity to it.
Royal WarriorsMay 19, 2015
Just scraping into the 4 star category, the ever-watchable Michelle Yeoh produces more classic 80’s action in a way only the battling babes can!
Seven WarriorsMay 22, 2015
‘Seven Warriors’ does not compare to the flawless epic that inspired it, but it’s encouraging to report that this is well worth watching.
The KidApr 3, 2015
‘The Kid’ offers very little that’s new or different. Nonetheless it commands the attention with some earnest acting and straight-forward directing.
The LunaticsApr 18, 2015
This film has no happy endings or easy ways out; it grips on to its audience and just refuses to let go.