Writer: Alfred Cheung
Her Fatal WaysMar 23, 2015
Widely seen as Carol Cheng’s finest hour, ‘Her Fatal Ways’ manages to combine a number of qualities to create a very satisfying experience.
Her Fatal Ways IIMar 23, 2015
It’s important to remember that this is nothing out of the ordinary though and, if you didn’t enjoy the original, it’s unlikely that you’ll enjoy this weaker sequel.
Her Fatal Ways IIIMar 23, 2015
The themes may have dated, but the opportunity to see Cheng and her three able co-stars play off each other is not to be passed up.
Millionaires’ ExpressApr 23, 2015
Newcomers will enjoy the fight action, the slightly more experienced will also appreciate the comedy and the veteran viewer will be entertained by the great cast.
On The RunMay 6, 2015
‘On The Run’ is a superb effort from Biao and a welcome change of pace for an actor who is so often seen as just the “little brother” of Jackie Chan and Sammo Hung.
Paper MarriageMay 11, 2015
Although Sammo and Maggie rarely create any convincing chemistry, the film contains enough action and laughs to entertain most Hong Kong fans.
The Happy BigamistMar 22, 2015
There’s some well-developed comic moments that certainly raise the odd smile, while the atmosphere is infectious.
The MedallionApr 22, 2015
The main problem with ‘The Medallion’ is it looks just like a Hollywood film with a modest budget. In fact it’s not even as good as his Hollywood films, including ‘The Tuxedo’.
To Err Is HumaneJun 15, 2015
‘To Err Is Humane’ provides further proof of Sammo Hung’s versatility and makes a pleasant addition to his vast filmography.