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Tai Chi Zero (2012) Movie Review

Stephen Fung’s “Tai Chi Zero” is a failed attempt to mix up the martial arts movie genre into something new....

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Twilight: Behind-the-Scenes Featurette

Here’s another behind-the-scenes look at the upcoming teen vampire/werewolves/supernatural movie “Twilight”. This was originally run by MTV, but some clever...

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Breaking News (2004) DVD Review

With “Exiled” and the “Election” films winning Johnnie To a level of international popularity and respect rarely enjoyed by Hong...

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Undercover (2007) Movie Review

Just in case there were any viewers left out there who hadn’t quite gotten the point that life for undercover...

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The Closet (2007) Movie Review

Aside from the odd on-form outing from the increasingly erratic Pang Brothers, it’s fair to say that the Hong Kong...

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Women (1985) Movie Review

Released back in 1985, the Shaw Brothers production “Women” marked the debut of acclaimed director Stanley Kwan, and was the...

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Twins Mission (2007) Movie Review

Although Hong Kong pixie popstrels Gillian Chung and Charlene Choi, known (or perhaps dreaded, depending on the viewer’s disposition) collectively...

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Battle of Wits (2006) Movie Review

Andy Lau does epic in “Battle of Wits”, a mostly forgotten big-budget period film from China, utilizing a pan-Asian cast...

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Wo Hu (2006) Movie Review

Right from the start, “Wo Hu” has two things counting against it, namely the fact that it is yet another...

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Diary (2006) Movie Review

In spite of the fact that it is directed by Oxide Pang, who along with his brother Danny is one...

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Exiled (2006) Movie Review

How can you call yourself a Hong Kong cinema enthusiast and not enjoy Johnnie To’s latest crime drama “Exiled”? It’s...

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Rob-B-Hood (2006) Movie Review

Possibly as a response to never ending jokes about the increasing age gap between him and his co-stars, Jackie Chan’s...

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On the Edge (2006) Movie Review

Although viewers might be forgiven for an initial lack of excitement at the thought of yet another Hong Kong film...

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Dog Bite Dog (2006) Movie Review

Although many Hong Kong thrillers like to style themselves as being gritty and nihilistic, “Dog Bite Dog” is one of...

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Re-Cycle (2006) Movie Review

“Re-Cycle” is the latest effort from Hong Kong ‘s dynamic directing duo Danny and Oxide Pang. The film screened at...

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Daisy (2006) Movie Review

On paper, “Daisy” sounds like an Asian film fan’s dream come true, directed by “Infernal Affairs” co-helmer Andrew Lau and...

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2 Become 1 (2006) Movie Review

Though a Hong Kong comedy about breast cancer conjures up all manner of images of bad taste humour, “2 Become...

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49 Days (2006) Movie Review

At first glance, “49 Days” has very little going for it, especially given that it features not one, but two...

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