By the time the fourth Once Upon a Time in China <黃飛鴻> film arrived in cinemas back on June 10, 1993, the franchise has begin to show signs of wear and tear. Even the third film, which was screened nearly four months earlier, was largely seen as a weaker entry in the Jet Li-led trilogy.
Continue reading 30 Years Later: Once Upon a Time in China IV 黃飛鴻之四王者之風 (1993)
Hong Kong cinema was at its peak during the 1990s era. It was also the decade where Peter Chan’s Comrades, Almost a Love Story <甜蜜蜜> took home then-record nine wins including Best Film, Best Director and Best Actress for Maggie Cheung at the 16th Hong Kong Film Awards (HKFA).
Continue reading The 20 HKFA Best Films of the 1990s
Wong Jing’s upcoming big-budget remake of Kung Fu Cult Master <倚天屠龍記之魔教教主> is split into a two-part saga and will be released on January 31 and February 3, 2022 respectively. But this isn’t the first time Wong Jing adapted Jin Yong’s (Louis Cha) classic wuxia novel, The Heaven Sword and Dragon Sabre.
Continue reading Revisiting Kung Fu Cult Master 倚天屠龍記之魔教教主 (1993)
Released in the same year with The Untold Story <八仙飯店之人肉叉燒飽>, which also happened to star Anthony Wong, Love To Kill <虐之戀> sees the Category III screen veteran plays the role of Sam, an abusive husband who likes to spend time torturing and humiliating his wife, Jade (Elizabeth Lee).
Continue reading Love To Kill 虐之戀 (1993) Review
With Donnie Yen’s upcoming action comedy Big Brother <大師兄> arriving this August 16th, it’s time to take a look at the Top 10 Donnie Yen Action Movies.
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With this year’s Father’s Day right around the corner, here are the Top 8 Hong Kong Movies About Fatherhood you might want to check them out (in case you haven’t done so!):
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