Longman Leung puts on his rosiest lens and delivers a superficial but sweet retelling of Anita Mui’s life.
David Lam’s 90-minute commercial for the ICAC is exactly as boring as it sounds.
History has never before taken such a walloping than in Roy Chow's video game adaptation.
Birds cannot testify in court and a man crawls like a cat in Andrew Fung’s excellent whodunnit.
Nothing really gels together in Kevin Ko and Peter Tsi’s massively overstuffed genre clusterfuck.
A family's serenity is rudely interrupted in Herman Yau's housing-based comedy.
Everyone's a suspect in this bizarre adaptation of J. B. Priestly's play.
Johnnie To’s Election 2 proves that once you’re in - you’re in for life.
Director Johnnie To takes us to the Mainland in his 2012 thriller Drug War.
Tony Jaa gets a chance to show off his softer side, in a film where he also kicks people through walls