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It’s just too bad the director forgoes the humanistic sensibility of most contemporary war films, instead shifting attention from the suffering of individual soldiers to the party’s commitment to the revolutionary course. The Adventurers Titles of action adventure films don’t come more generic than that of – even if it proves an apt representation of Stephen Fung Tak-lun’s glossy yet unapologetically superficial caper.
A poor sense of humour and a twist ending obvious from miles away only add to the disappointment of this lethargic spin on John Woo’s (1991). Lucky Fat Man The film makes decent use of comedy actor Bob Lam Shing-bun’s peculiar charm.
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Hong Kong cinema didn’t have its greatest year, with very few noteworthy releases.
Perhaps because of the roller-coaster nature of Chan’s life, this is by turns a violent action film, a buddy comedy, a cheesy romance and even a terminal disease drama – and never finds the right tone for this pompous mix. Wu Kong Derek Kwok Tsz-kin’s second attempt at refashioning the for China’s blockbuster audience proves a minor misfire tripped up by its own ambition.
Still, it’s interesting to interpret the possible political message behind Kwok’s story, essentially about an anarchic revolt against the faceless foot soldiers of a self-serving and authoritarian regime. The Sleep Curse Anthony Wong Chau-sang gives director Herman Yau just the raving madman he needs by reviving the cult horror brand they owned with , which only snaps back to life with an avalanche of decapitation, mutilation and cannibalism in its last reel. Ghost Net A Hong Kong horror anthology characterised as much by its interesting premises as its dedicated cast of sexy young models, comprises three diverting – if also largely throwaway – slices of stylised terror with varying degrees of success.And it’s regrettable to see Kong’s misogynistic streak continue, as the victory of Fong’s character over his ex is finally defined by his courage to slap her hard. The Brink Much like co-producer Soi Cheang Pou-soi’s hysterical (2007), this feature debut by Jonathan Li Tsz-chun relies on absurd characterisation that appears to value an illusion of subversion more than believable characters, of which there are few.Ultimately, his waterlogged thriller is as technically impressive as it is narratively dubious. Always Be With You Reuniting Herman Yau and Louis Koo Tin-lok with series producer Nam Yim and mainstay Helena Law Lan, with a reboot so mediocre, it feels right at home next to the many preceding chapters we didn’t mind watching again on TV reruns over the years. Journey to the West: The Demons Strike Back Four years after he struck gold at the Chinese box office with , comedy icon Stephen Chow Sing-chi keeps his screenwriting and producing credits, but cedes the director’s seat to Tsui Hark for this mega-budget sequel, an effects-driven action fantasy that never quite recovers Chow’s comedic edge.Rate other members and even judge their movies and images! Join our community here at Meendo and discover what surprises we have in store for you! Adult is committed to providing a safe and anonymous environment where individuals can distribute and market their own adult products, services and content.Despite its peculiar premise, the film has absolutely nothing interesting to say about contemporary mating mores. The first thing to say about is that it’s made solely to commemorate the 45th anniversary of a Hong Kong listed company, Yip’s Chemical Holdings.