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Rob-B-Hood is is actually an entertaining film with Jackie Chan and Yuen Biao

It’s kind of a cheap card to promote a movie with a little baby. But that’s just what “Rob-B-Hood” (Vietnamese name: SIEU TROM BAO MAU)does….

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The movie Husband Killers so impressive in the recent

Those with memories of Hong Kong Cinema from the late 1990’s will remember the Category III explosion with the likes of “Naked Killer”. Today, Fire…

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The movie White Vengeance (2011) is features solid acting turns from regulars like Jordan Chan and Andy On

The movie of Director Daniel Lee, “White Vengeance” (Vietnamese name: HAN SO TRUYEN KY) follows in the footsteps of films like “Hero” and “Red Cliff”…

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Murder at the Mansion: is enjoyable because it doesn’t include stale elements

Murder at the Mansion (Vietnamese name: AM SAT TINH DICH), the first Victorian Village Mystery, is evidence of Sheila Connolly’s expertise. It’s obvious she knows…

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Heartfall Arises: worthwhile for viewers with suitably adjusted expectations

Director Wu Pinru makes his debut with the big budget psychological thriller Heartfall Arises (Vietnamese name: KINH THIEN PHA), produced by Wilson Yip. The film…

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The movies Fire Of Conscience is a police action/thriller done right

Even though I’m a big fan of Hong Kong action cinema, for some reason most Hong Kong police thrillers don’t really have what it takes…

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Legendary Assassin is a lot of fun with two great leads and some impressive fight scenes

Legendary Assassin(other name: NANH SOI) is a good if not original assassin film that’s worth a watch. Wu Jing kicks a lot of ass, but…

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Battle of Wits is a more grounded affair, playing out for the most part as a classic siege film

Battle of Wits (Vietnamese name: BINH PHAP MAC CONG) is set in 370 BC, a period in which China was divided into several warring states…

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The Wrong Patient (2018): biggest flaw is that it’s a slow-burning thriller

Sunny Mabrey finds herself victim to another psychotic perfectionist in this standard stalker drama livened by a deliciously deranged villainess. That is The Wrong Patient (Vietnamese…

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With Prisoners (2017) is a more than promising debut of Andrew Wong Kwok-huen

Hong Kong films that have the prison system as their main theme are a rarity in the local cinema, particularly if we exclude the CAT…

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