Writer: Derek Yee
C’est La Vie, Mon CheriFeb 27, 2015
These ingredients make ‘C’est La Vie, Mon Cheri’ a real treat to watch and create an enchanting ambience that draws the viewer in.
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.
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.
ProtégéMay 16, 2015
A gripping and often uncompromising look at the Hong Kong drug trade from the seller’s and user’s side, Derek Yee’s ‘Protégé’ is one of the finest dramas to come out of Hong Kong in recent years.
Shinjuku IncidentMay 24, 2015
There’s some very powerful visual displays of violence that pepper the film throughout, showing us that if you turn to the dark side you really will become slave to its master.
Sword MasterApr 20, 2017
In a relatively short time Yee creates a fascinating martial world every bit as involving as the visions that Chor Yuen used to put together years before.
The Great MagicianMar 21, 2015
Though ‘The Great Magician’ recalls films like ‘The Prestige’ and ‘The Illusionist’, Derek Yee’s offering is much lighter in tone.
The Legend Of The OwlApr 6, 2015
‘The Legend Of The Owl’ is a positively insane, yet gloriously inventive production that boasts more hits than misses.
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.
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.