Writer: Vincent Kok
All U Need Is LoveSep 17, 2021
It has to be admitted that there are some decent moments within the film and it certainly brings more smiles to the face than many a Chinese New Year comedy of the past.
All’s Well, Ends WellFeb 17, 2015
There’s still enjoyment to be had in this Hong Kong comedy though as long as the potential viewer is willing to forgive its various shortcomings.
ArmageddonFeb 18, 2015
The lack of urgency and often confusing nature of the plot means ‘Armageddon’ is never as engaging or exciting as it could have been.
CJ7Mar 1, 2015
‘CJ7’ is a warm-hearted sci-fi comedy with solid special effects and a winning performance by newcomer Xu Jiao.
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.
Dragon Loaded 2: Dragon ReloadedMar 8, 2015
‘Dragon Loaded 2’ is so full of eccentrics and typical Hong Kong stereotypes that Cheng’s brand of humour has very little to play off.
Dragon Loaded 2003Mar 8, 2015
‘Dragon Loaded 2003’ is a typical Hong Kong comedy with a little injection of romance, but never rises above the ordinary.
Flirting ScholarMar 14, 2015
A love story, comedy and action film all rolled into one, ‘Flirting Scholar’ is top entertainment for experienced HK movie connoisseurs or newcomers alike.
Forbidden City CopMar 14, 2015
Avid fans of Chow’s humour can also rest assured as this is one of his sharpest films.
From Beijing With LoveMar 15, 2015
The humour is sharp and often hits the mark which therefore makes this one of his best and certainly most accessible films.
GorgeousMar 21, 2015
While there are flashes of his trademark fight scenes, it’s the fairy tale love story that always takes precedence.
HitmanMar 25, 2015
Jet lacks the screen presence to hold our attention and ultimately makes the long wait between the action set pieces just too long.