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Review: Triumph in the Skies 2015 | 衝上雲霄 (Hong Kong, 2015)

Triumph in the Skies 2015 (衝上雲霄 2015)

Genre: Modern Romance
Length: 100 minutes/ 1 hour and 40 minutes
Producer: Tommy Leung

Rating: 2.5 out of 5 stars… 1,073 more words


GOOD-FOR-NOTHING HEROS (2012) short review

Fu Yong’s Good-For-Nothing Heros (a misspelling that doesn’t seem to be of the ironic “Inglourious Basterds” kind) tells of Peng (Kimi Qiao) and Long (Lam Suet), two amiable losers who find the lost will of a wealthy hotel owner (Kent Cheng), who just fell into a coma. 165 more words

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TWO THUMBS UP (2015) review

With Two Thumbs Up, screenwriter Lau Ho Leung makes his directorial debut after writing quite a few prominent Chinese/Hong Kong films for people like Derek Yee, Daniel Lee, Gordon Chan and Dante Lam, among others. 508 more words

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LOVERS & MOVIES (2015) short review

Niu Chaoyang’s Lovers & Movies is one of those all-star Valentines Day cash-ins based on the blueprint of Gary Marshall’s Valentines Day : criss-crossing love stories across generations, played out by a few stars out for an easy paycheck. 225 more words

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'Warrior's Gate' Admits Francis Ng, MTG-Viaplay 'Snare Black Widows,' 4World Turns In U.K., & More: Global Briefs

Fundamental Films has cast Chinese actor Francis Ng (The Mission) in the action-adventure pic Warrior’s Gate. The award-winning character actor Ng joins Dave Bautista, Mark Zhao, NiNi, Uriah Shelton, and Sienna Guillory in the film directed by Matthias Hoene from a script by Luc Besson and Robert Kamen. 526 more words


What Movies to Anticipate in May?

Here is a more extended list of movies you should check out end of April or in May :) This month, a lot less high profile movies, but they still look really nice ^^ 338 more words


Triumph In The Skies《衝上雲霄》電影版 Review

I’m very much a fan of the drama series and had much anticipation for the film! Of course, I was also hoping the story won’t turn out to be a flop…there’s always a chance for a star studded film to be destroyed by a script that isn’t well polished. 550 more words

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