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The Dragon From Russia (1990) Movie DVD Cover

The Dragon From Russia (1990) Movie Review

Clarence Ford’s “The Dragon from Russia”, essentially an adaptation of the Japanese manga “Crying Freeman”, makes Christophe Gans’ lackluster 1995...

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PTU (2003) Movie Review

I can understand how some people might be confused by the oeuvre of filmmaker Johnnie To, who seems to exist...

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Naked Killer (1992) Movie Review

Here’s an interesting survey for those of you planning on watching 1992′s “Naked Killer”: If you’re a cop, and you...

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Lifeline (1997) Movie Review

I’m a sucker for cop movies, but I’ve never been all that enthusiastic about firefighter movies. I mean, besides watching...

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Wu Yen (2001) Movie DVD Cover

Wu Yen (2001) Movie Review

“Wu Yen” looks like a play turned into a movie, but without all the trappings of a “movie world” and...

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Bio Zombie (1998) Movie Review

More “Return of the Living Dead” than “Night of the Living Dead”, the Hong Kong salute to Zombies Attack film...

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The Touch (2002) Movie Review

If Michelle Yeoh’s starring vehicle “The Touch” has parts of it that looks familiar, it’s probably not because it shares...

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Three (2002) Movie Review

The new Asian anthology movie “Three”, in which 3 directors from 3 different countries craft individual tales unrelated to the...

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So Close (2003) Movie Review

I guess you really couldn’t say that Hong Kong filmmakers are trying to capitalize on the success of “Charlie’s Angels”,...

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Gorgeous (1999) Movie Review

Leave it to Jackie Chan to do a romantic comedy and not have a single kissing scene in the entire...

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Naked Weapon (2002) Movie Review

Imagine my surprise when “Naked Weapon”, a movie written by Jing Wong, the man behind such lackluster fare as “The...

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Sausalito (2000) Movie Review

“Sausalito” is a Hong Kong movie starring Chinese actors, but set entirely in San Francisco. The film is essentially a...

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2002 (2001) Movie Review

Nicholas Tse (Time and Tide) stars as Chiu, the only cop in a department within the Hong Kong Police Department...

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The Killer (1989) Movie Review

“The Killer” marks probably the best Yun-Fat/Woo team up as star/director, respectively. After the runaway success of “A Better Tomorrow,”...

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