Tsui Hark’s semi-classic hasn’t aged as well as it would have liked, but it’s got its charms.
Action, romance, vampires and cameos collide in a bizarre, but certainly interesting piece of early 21st century nonsense.
A grumpy pensioner and his maid form an unlikely friendship in Oliver Chan’s comedy-drama.
It’s tradition vs haute cuisine in Raymond Yip’s culinary comedy-drama.
A family's serenity is rudely interrupted in Herman Yau's housing-based comedy.
A few big names do little to save a ludicrously dumb movie.
Sylvia Chang shakes up the comedy scene with the sweet and quirky 20,30,40
John Woo delivers action and character depth yet again in this iconic Hong Kong crime film
It all comes to a crashing crescendo, even if it is a bit unnecessary
By focusing on characters and stakes, part two of the trilogy complements and even improves the first
It’s one of my all-time favourite films but let’s try to look at this seminal crime thriller objectively
With its stereotyped characters, casual racism and gross-out humour, Ebola Syndrome is a goofy exploitation film that is definitely not for everyone.