Writer: Raymond Wong Pak-Ming
97 Aces Go PlacesJul 19, 2015
Even though I was eager to like the film and the trailer helped make this seem a possibility, this is a major disappointment – even for the most forgiving fans of the Samuel Hui/Karl Maka classic.
Aces Go PlacesFeb 16, 2015
Unlike much of today’s canto-comedy, the humour in ‘Aces.’ translates very well and certainly doesn’t seem to have dated after nearly twenty-years.
Aces Go Places IIFeb 16, 2015
The formula that made the original so successful has naturally remained untampered, but the scope of effects and stunts clearly expanded.
Aces Go Places III: Our Man In Bond StreetFeb 16, 2015
Alongside this familiar narrative is the constantly disarming duo of Samuel Hui and Karl Maka and they of course continue to show great comic timing and interplay in the familiar roles of Sam and Kodijack.
All The Wrong CluesFeb 16, 2015
It’s such a shame that one of Lam’s more appealing roles is hamstrung by unusually poor direction from Tsui Hark.
All The Wrong SpiesFeb 16, 2015
Despite the weakness of its central performance, ‘All The Wrong Spies’ does incorporate the zest of the Cinema City films that dominated the early 80s.
All’s Well, Ends Well ’97Feb 17, 2015
Chow Sing-Chi completists may want to seek it out, but everyone else should divert their attention to his many more accomplished films.
By Hook Or By CrookFeb 27, 2015
Hung and Wu Ma still manage to keep the film interesting with their charming on-screen personas and some noteworthy kung fu routines.
Fatal LoveMar 11, 2015
Little bursts of bone jarring violence, especially the bloody conclusion, help raise the stakes to remind you that you’re not watching ‘Pretty Woman’.
Life ExpressApr 12, 2015
‘Life Express’ is far more moving than should be expected – it certainly has a deeper air of poignancy than the average episode of any medical drama.
Mr. CoconutMay 1, 2015
Thrown together rather than constructed, this is a production where the director has little idea how to generate organic laughs from situations and must therefore shoe-horn them in.
Odd CoupleMay 5, 2015
Anyone searching for a traditional kung-fu flick that is filled with sublime choreography need look no further than this.