Writer: Joe Ma
Big BulletFeb 23, 2015
Although the state of Hong Kong cinema is much approved now, it’s hard to forget the wretched state just a few years ago. ‘Big Bullet’ really stood out when it was released and remains a class act.
Black MaskFeb 23, 2015
The action is still impressive, and deserves 4 stars, but the direction, annoying camera work and lack of real plot drag it down into the 3 star category.
Daddy, Father And PapaMar 4, 2015
Clifton Ko prefers to fill the film with dubious comedy and ‘Home Alone’-style action – certainly no compensation for even a few seconds of Sammo’s genius.
Dummy Mommy, Without A BabyMar 9, 2015
The film is reliant on the gentle charm of its principle cast and the genuine warmth of the relationships therein.
Embrace Your ShadowMar 10, 2015
‘Embrace Your Shadow’ manages to be moving while sticking doggedly to established clichés, perhaps an oxymoron, but an achievement nonetheless.
Fighting For LoveMar 12, 2015
The major problem with ‘Fighting For Love’ is the fact that the leading characters are so unsympathetic that the viewer cares little about their fight to be together.
First Love UnlimitedMar 13, 2015
The main problem of the film is the lack of development for the romance; the actual feelings between the two lacks genuine heart and therefore undermines any chemistry.
Funeral MarchMar 15, 2015
By avoiding Hollywood histrionics or schmaltz, a well-worn plot again manages to seem fresh and deeply moving.
Hidden HeroesMar 24, 2015
At nearly two hours long, ‘Hidden Heroes’ is an ordeal that only those versed in S.A.S. survival tactics should ever attempt.
Love UndercoverApr 16, 2015
Although it is a lightweight effort that doesn’t generate too many belly laughs, ‘Love Undercover’ succeeds with an immense charm that sweeps the viewer away.
Love Undercover 2: Love MissionApr 16, 2015
Joe Ma’s goal is to create a fun comedy that highlights the charm of Miriam Yeung and absorbs the viewer in her outlandish adventures – in this regard the film is a definite success.
Sound Of ColorsJun 1, 2015
The production cannot sustain its appeal nor can it do justice to the grand themes of loneliness/love that it attempts to tackle.