A mother goes on a rampage of revenge when her daughter is … well, taken in Lê Văn Kiệt’s martial arts beat-em-up.
Another Twins movie, another 90 minutes of unbridled lunacy
Jackie Chan trades slapstick for seriousness in Kirk Wong’s semi-real action thriller.
In his martial arts remake, Johnnie To focuses on drama, for better or worse.
It’s brawn over brains in Billy Chung’s high school beat-em-up.
Jackie isn’t the only one aimless in Benny Chan’s silly 90s action-comedy.
The odyssey continues in part two of Jeffrey Lau’s Journey to the West adaptation.
A group of terrorists face off against three very pissed-off martial artists in Jesse V Johnson’s action thriller.
Donnie Yen stars in a soggy, lukewarm sequel that should have stayed frozen.
China’s first feature-length animated film is, naturally, based off one of its most beloved tales. How does it hold up?
Over the top visuals offer little to distract from this shallow adaptation
Stephen Chow does what he does best in this middle-of-the-road comedy.