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Princess D (2001) Movie Review

About halfway through the Hong Kong drama “Princess D,” a character that has suffered a mental breakdown is visiting her...

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Hit Team (2001) Movie Review

The most infuriating thing about Dante Lam’s Hit Team is that it’s obviously not a low budget production, and yet...

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Swordsman (1990) Movie Review

“Swordsman” is your standard Hong Kong-produced period martial arts movie. All the conventions of the genre are present, including the...

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The Eye (2002) Movie Review

The phrase “Two minds are better than one” seems to hold sway when it comes to sibling filmmakers. Which might...

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Killer 2 (2003) Movie Review

“Killer 2″ purports to be a sequel to 2000′s “Killer”, starring Jordan Chan and Simon Lui as knife assassins on...

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Wing Chun (1994) Movie Review

Some day someone will do a serious study of woman’s roles in Ancient China, but until then, we have Yuen...

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Gen-X Cops (1999) Movie Review

At one dangerous point in Benny Chan’s Gen-X Cops, the movie’s 3 protagonists, all undercover cops, find themselves surrounded by...

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