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Film Review: 'From Vegas to Macau III'

Featuring a table-tennis game and a low-tech robot smash-up as its highlights, Wong Jing and Andrew Lau’s “From Vegas to Macau III” is a gambling caper with model “Chinese Socialist characteristics,” meaning there’s hardly any gambling or any other naughty fun at all. 826 more words


From Vegas to Macau III (2016)

From Vegas to Macau III is the big Chinese New Year release this year, and I figured I might as well go see it — I suffered through the first two films, why not smack myself in the crotch a third time? 1,188 more words



Wong Jing’s third film as a director, even before he became a film producer, Mercenaries from Hong Kong was the Shaw Brothers’ answer to Andrew V. 526 more words

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SIFU VS VAMPIRE (2014) review

Amazingly, Daniel Chan Yee Heng’s Sifu vs Vampire is Hong Kong legend Yuen Biao’s first lead role in a feature film since Ricky Lau’s Hunted Hunter… 372 more words

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Dolly’s Movie Treats #55

Today’s Lucky dip Movie pick is…

As toys, we all coming from our factories fully grown! Bet you not all knowing that ya? It is way we all made. 239 more words

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Film Review: 'From Vegas to Macau II'

Milking his cash cow until its udders shrivel, Hong Kong king of kitsch Wong Jing delivers a hatchet job with “From Vegas to Macau II,” a casino caper that fails to re-create the dynamic action and zany fun of the original hit. 846 more words


BULLET AND BRAIN (2007) short review

A thriller set in the future for no discernible narrative or metaphorical purpose, and with no visible indicators other than a hideously fake-looking CGI futuristic train and a vaguely advanced-looking gun, Keung Kwok-Man’s  171 more words

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