Tragedy, coincidence and loneliness clash in Peter Chan’s romantic comedy-drama.
Two men try to reconcile and piece together their lives in Wong Chun’s directorial debut.
Everyone's a suspect in this bizarre adaptation of J. B. Priestly's play.
A so-so story is saved by a solid cast and some great atmosphere in this throwback comedy-horror.
Jackie Chan’s typical formula is not enough to hold this bland comedy together.
It’s women versus the men in this fine, if unnecessary sequel.
Lacking in originality and jokes, the charisma of its stars can only carry this movie so far
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
Well, that was forgettable.
Another great comedy showcase for the cast, My Lucky Stars improves upon the first film.