• Fist Of Legend

    Mar 13, 2015

    In my opinion, this is Jet Li’s best work as he carries the film well, performing brilliantly in the films numerous fight sequences.

  • From Beijing With Love

    Mar 15, 2015

    The humour is sharp and often hits the mark which therefore makes this one of his best and certainly most accessible films.

  • Girl On Fire

    Mar 17, 2015

    Not the best Hong Kong exploitation flick out there and far too lethargic and serious to recommend as over-the-top fun.

  • Kickboxer 4: The Aggressor

    May 25, 2020

    ‘Kickboxer 4’ feels like an homage to some of Van Damme’s earliest hits but it fails to make the most of its action opportunities.

  • King Of The Sea

    Apr 4, 2015

    A formulaic plot that doesn’t exactly inspire viewing is lifted from tedium by some inventive and exciting action sequences.

  • Let’s Go Slam Dunk

    Apr 12, 2015

    ‘Let’s Go Slam Dunk’ cannot seem to decide whether it is aiming for heart-felt sentiment or low-brow, ‘Lucky Stars’-style comedy.

  • Love On Delivery

    Apr 15, 2015

    This may not be his very best comedy, but it is definitely worthwhile and among his better efforts. Therefore this still has much to commend and is well worth watching.

  • Mermaid Got Married

    Apr 22, 2015

    Though director Norman Law sets up a few interesting rivalries between the characters, the film tends to get too bogged down in its teen romance sub-plot.

  • Oh! Yes Sir!!!

    May 6, 2015

    ‘Oh! Yes Sir!!!’ could have perhaps been more appealing if there had been added emphasis on the action or a little less smuttiness in the humour.

  • Once Upon A Time In China V

    May 7, 2015

    For those that hate the frequent use of wire-fu (like me), you better look elsewhere as action choreography for this film relies heavily upon its use.

  • One Arm Hero

    May 7, 2015

    ‘One Arm Hero’ has its moments, though they don’t help the finished production achieve anything more than the entertaining.

  • Return To A Better Tomorrow

    Apr 5, 2017

    Despite the tantalising title, this flick has nothing to do with John Woo’s genre defining classics but is rather a cheap cash in from the relentless Wong Jing conveyor belt.