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Gangster Payday

Though I’ve not been in Hong Kong since November of 2013, I try to keep abreast of the best films coming out of Hong Kong. Released back just last November 8th, … 805 more words


Infernal Affairs - "Fast-paced and a rip-roaring achievement..."

Everyone knows The Departed is a remake of a foreign film, right? When The Raid and Let the Right One In is green-lit for a US, English-speaking production, film-fans complain. 642 more words

Film Review

Horror Film Review: Ebola Syndrome (1996)

Director: Herman Yau
Starring: Anthony Chau-Sang Wong, Yeung-Ming Wan and Fui-On Shing
Duration: 98 minutes (Three hours uncut)

So, when I was only three years old, Herman Yau released probably one of the mentalist films I’ve ever seen; … 782 more words


Ip Man: The Final Fight (2013)

It wasn’t the fight scene’s that held my attention. It was the dialogue and emotion carried out on screen that mesmerized me. The interaction between each character felt as if you were there with them, living out the adventure as it unfolds. 451 more words


Film Review: ‘Gangster Pay Day’

In every department, from casting to cinematography, “Gangster Pay Day” taps into the spirit of the 1980s and ’90s golden age of Hong Kong crime movies, which started to wane around the same time Great Britain’s lease on the territory expired. 731 more words

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