Release Year: 2006
Fatal ContactMar 11, 2015
Like most martial arts movies to emerge out of Hong Kong in recent years, there are flashes of the talent involved but it’s not nearly as entertaining as it should have been.
FearlessMar 11, 2015
This is a Jet Li film we can finally be proud of and a Ronny Yu work that will finally stand the test of time.
Hula GirlsMar 26, 2015
Ultimately, ‘Hula Girls’ lacks its own identity. It takes a popular concept and rests on the fact that it apparently has a factual source material as its inspiration.
I’m A Cyborg, But That’s OKMar 27, 2015
By no means a disaster but a frustratingly mixed bag from a usually consistent and exciting filmmaker.
Kamome DinerOct 25, 2016
A mixture of beautifully written, slightly quirky and completely endearing characters, this is the kind of ensemble comedy drama that Asian cinema does so well.
Love Undercover 3Apr 16, 2015
‘Love Undercover 3’ is packed with a cast all too willing to overact for the camera while also featuring a somnolent leading man who offers little for Sit to work with.
McDull, The AlumniApr 22, 2015
Samson Chiu can be congratulated for taking a bold step in a new direction while still retaining much of the gentle punch that is associated with the brand.
Mercenary For JusticeApr 8, 2021
Despite a few hints of quality from the action/stunt team, the film is a shambolically constructed mess that is rarely fun to watch.
My Kung Fu SweetheartMay 3, 2015
One’s enjoyment of ‘My Kung Fu Sweetheart’ depends on one’s appreciation, or tolerance, for Wong Jing’s films.
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.
One Piece: The Giant Mechanical Soldier Of Karakuri CastleMay 9, 2015
While I don’t think I could call it my favourite of the ‘One Piece’ movies, this seventh outing is yet another fine example of how to make a very entertaining side story.
Radio StarMay 16, 2015
It may be familiar material and it may be a two-man show, but ‘Radio Star’ delivers its quota of entertainment, humour and even poignancy with some to spare.