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The Mermaid Review: The film isn’t vintage Stephen Chow

Stephen Chow returns and once again it is in the position of director rather than lead star. He does, however, continue to bring new talent…

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I Wanna Be Your Man 1994 Review: Reasonably interesting comedy drama

Writer-director Cheung Chi-Sing definitely has an agenda. You can see the seeds of his later flick Love and Sex Among the Ruins in this 1994…

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Big Brother 2018 Reivew: The film features Donnie Yen as you’ve never seen him before

A soldier-turned-high school teacher uses unusual methods to reach to a class of poor students. While dealing with a greedy entrepreneur and his gang of…

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Curry And Pepper Review: One of the most successful comedy movies in 1990s

Curry (Jacky Cheung) and Pepper (Stephen Chow) are two easy-going C.I.D. policemen who are also the best of friends. When they are selected by a…

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Un Plan Parfait Review: Fun and largely entertaining adventure

Un Plan Parfait also known as Fly Me to the Moon is a French romantic comedy directed by Pascal Chaumeil. The film brings Dany Boon (Welcome to the…

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Secrets In The Hot Spring Review: A horror-comedy with heart

A strong chemistry shared by the characters, each with a distinct personality, makes this Taiwanese film watchable. The story: High-school student Xiao Gin’s (Chang Ting-hu) grandparents…

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The Fireman: One of Charlie Chaplin Comedy Shorts from Mutual Film

When Charles Chaplin signed a record-setting contract with the Mutual Film Corporation in February 1916. It was the culmination of events that changed the motion…

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Charlie Chaplin’s The Tramp: One of Cinema’s Most Iconic Scenes From This Movie

One of the most famous scenes in all of cinema was filmed here in the hills above Niles. Along Alameda Creek, a stream that drains…

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A Chinese Odyssey 1995 Review: A Classic Hong Kong comedy and martial arts from Stephen Chow

Jeffrey Lau’s A Chinese Odyssey: Pandora’s Box transformed from a critical flop into one of Hong Kong’s penultimate cult films. Looking back it’s pretty baffling…

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Colossal Review: It’s probably not what you think it is

It’s probably not what you think it is, but that’s okay… mostly. If there were a gambling site where you could go to make bets…

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