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A True Mob Story: ''But, what I couldn't imagine is that being a leading light isn't as gorgeous as what you see in the movies.''

Year: 1998
Directed by Wong Jing
Produced by Wong Jing

Written by Wong Jing
Cast: Andy Lau, Gigi Leung, Suki Kwan, Mark Cheng, Alex Fong Chung-Sun, Joe Ma, Sam Lee, Chi Hung Ng, Ben Ng, Michael Chan Wai-Man, Lee Siu-Kei, and Tian-lin Wang… 638 more words

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Sausalito: ''Waiting for a woman who had a one night stand with you. Tell her to take it easy. What a caring man!''

Year: 2000
Directed by Andrew Lau and Second Chan
Produced by Wong Jing
Written by Sap Sam Chan
Cast: Maggie Cheung, Leon Lai, Eric Kot, Richard Ng, Suki Kwan, Valerie Chow, and Carl Ng… 401 more words

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The Fortune Code:''Great wall is great, home is sweet.''

Year:1990
Directed by Kent Cheng
Produced by
Written by Barry Wong and Wong Jing
Cast: Andy Lau, Sammo Hung, Eric Tsang, Shing Fui-On, Kent Cheng, Alan Tam, Anita Mui, Max Mok, Chung Fat, Gordon Liu, Frankie Chan, and Michael Miu… 379 more words

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Movie Review - Chasing the Dragon

EXPECTATIONS: A good throwback to the Hong Kong gangster films of the 90’s.

REVIEW: Co-director/writer Wong Jing is one of Hong Kong’s most successful directors due to his attuned commercial instincts, audience-pleasing ability and he was such a prominent fixture back in the 90’s. 1,371 more words

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THE GOLDEN MONK (2017) short review

The eponymous golden monk of this Wong Jing quickie is the same folk hero played by Stephen Chow in Johnnie To’s The Mad Monk (1993), Buddhist monk Ji Gong. 189 more words

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Chasing the Dragon (2017)

When I learned that Wong Jing is the writer-director of Chasing the Dragon, I feared the worst. Seriously, his filmography is pretty splotchy, mostly filled with disposable contrived movies that you won’t remember much the moment you walk out of the cinema. 595 more words

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Chasing the Dragon

Donnie Yen takes on a less physical, more dramatic role, opposite Andy Lau, reprising his Lee Rock character from the 90s. (at 11:44)

Unfortunately the audio is a little bit weak on the video, but you can listen to my review here (at 11:15)

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