Jackie Chan leads a group of rebels against the Japanese in Ding Sheng’s action comedy.
Three stupidly wealthy people find love among the paupers in Andrew Lau’s romantic comedy.
Wong Kar-wai’s second feature is a sturdy foundation for his future legacy.
You might have already seen everything Herman Yau’s action thriller might have to offer before, but it still does a pretty good job.
Sammo Hung shows his soft and brutal sides in this action drama.
A so-so dub does nothing to lessen this great piece of HK action cinema.
Hardly Zhang Yimou’s best film, The Great Wall features some good ideas but is mostly boring
Andy Lau leads an all-star cast in Tsui Hark’s historical fantasy mystery
It all comes to a crashing crescendo, even if it is a bit unnecessary
It’s one of my all-time favourite films but let’s try to look at this seminal crime thriller objectively