Writer: Tsui Hark
A Better Tomorrow IIFeb 23, 2015
What this film lacks in plot, it sure as hell makes up for in action and the finale of ‘A Better Tomorrow II’ is a brutal display of guns, grenades and swordplay.
All About WomenFeb 16, 2015
‘All About Women’ is hard work, something I never thought I’d be writing about a Tsui Hark film.
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.
Detective Dee: The Four Heavenly KingsJul 30, 2018
Much like the first two Dee flicks, ‘The Four Heavenly Kings’ is an often breathless fantasy blockbuster that doesn’t skimp on the wuxia action, CGI wonderment and imaginative scenarios.
Flying Swords Of Dragon GateMar 14, 2015
Those less critical may get more out of ‘Flying Swords’ as there is still a lot of high flying action on offer, despite it being stuffed with CGI, and the film certainly has a rich visual style.
Iron MonkeyMar 30, 2015
Anyone who appreciates quality choreography, well executed fight sequences and a well told story will love this and will definitely want to own it!
Love In The Time Of TwilightApr 15, 2015
‘Love In The Time Of Twilight’ is the kind of film that starts awkwardly but increases in stature as the story continues.
New Dragon Gate InnMay 4, 2015
May disappoint die-hard action fans, but would prove a good introduction to swordplay style films, especially for the H.K uninitiated and Hollywood lovers.
Once Upon A Time In ChinaMay 6, 2015
Hark combines a well-paced and beautifully photographed narrative with strong characters and exciting fight action.
Once Upon A Time In China IIMay 7, 2015
In my opinion, this film does not have the same numerous levels within its story which made the first such an all round classic, however, much of the action is just as impressive.
Once Upon A Time In China IIIMay 7, 2015
Tsui Hark very cleverly realised that topping the fight action in part 2 would be almost impossible, and adopted a different style accordingly.
Once Upon A Time In China IVMay 7, 2015
The action (ladder fight excepted) is equal to part 1, but not the dramatic element, and it is certainly not the equal of part 2 for fight choreography.