Writer: Wong Kar-Wai
Ashes Of TimeFeb 18, 2015
A tapestry of emotion, audaciously flashing backwards and forwards and shifting voice-overs to piece together the moments that have led the characters to the barren wastes of the desert.
Chungking ExpressMar 1, 2015
It is rare for such a film to hold one’s attention seemingly without trying, and as such it must not be missed by anyone who loves films of any genre.
Fallen AngelsMar 10, 2015
‘Fallen Angels’ may be nice to look at, but may be equally interesting to watch with the sound off as it has very little real soul beyond its sleek facade.
Flaming BrothersSep 4, 2018
‘Flaming Brothers’ easily holds its place amongst the best of the genre as well as marked the successful return of one of Hong Kong’s favourite cinematic sons.
In The Mood For LoveMar 28, 2015
A good but not great film, as visually it works beautifully, but the pacing of the direction conflicts with the pace at which the story actually develops.
RosaMay 19, 2015
While ‘Rosa’ isn’t one of the best action-comedies to come out of Hong Kong in the 80’s, it is still a constantly watchable one.
The GrandmasterMar 21, 2015
There is no arguing that it is an entrancingly shot piece of work with some typically eye-catching Yuen Woo-Ping action choreography.