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HKIFF45 UNVEILS NEW KEY ART AARON KWOK RETURNS AS AMBASSADOR

Andrew Chan Aaron Kwok HKIFF

HKIFF45 UNVEILS NEW KEY ART AARON KWOK RETURNS AS AMBASSADOR

HKIFF45 UNVEILS NEW KEY ART AARON KWOK RETURNS AS AMBASSADOR Article provided by HKIFF Media  Photo by KAON 22 January 2021 (Hong Kong) – The Hong Kong International Film Festival today confirms the return of multi-talented actor Aaron KWOK as its ambassador for the third consecutive year and unveils a new key art to mark its 45th anniversary.   Scheduled between 1 and 12 April for 12 days, HKIFF45 will be the first hybrid edition in the festival’s history, featuring screenings and audience-engagement events simultaneously in physical and online formats.   Aaron KWOK, a Hong Kong Film Awards Best Actor nominee...

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Film Review: i'm livin' it 麥路人 (2019) - Hong Kong

Andrew Chan Aaron Kwok Alex Man Cheung Tat Ming Hong Kong Film Hong Kong Movie i’m livin’ it Miriam Yeung Zeno Koo 麥路人

Film Review: i'm livin' it 麥路人 (2019) - Hong Kong

i'm livin' it 麥路人 (2019) - Hong Kong Reviewed by Andrew Chan (Film Critics Circle of Australia) Help me reach one review per day in 2021.  https://www.patreon.com/neofilmreviews Buy me a coffee ☕️ or two to support our Asian cinema film reviews since 2004! https://www.buymeacoffee.com/neofilmblog   Aaron Kwok and Miriam Yeung headlines this well meaning portrayal of homeless people in Hong Kong. Debut director Wong Hing-fan with the support from veteran filmmaker Soi Cheang created a realistic look on the touching and pressing issue that is often ignored by commercial cinema in Hong Kong. Homelessness is a serious concern in all society, but...

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Film Review: The Storm Riders 風雲雄霸天下 (1998) - Hong Kong

Andrew Chan Aaron Kwok Anthony Wong Ekin Cheng Hong Kong Film Hong Kong Movie Kristy Yang Shu Qi Sonny Chiba The Storm Riders

Film Review: The Storm Riders 風雲雄霸天下 (1998) - Hong Kong

The Storm Riders 風雲雄霸天下 (1998) - Hong Kong Reviewed by Andrew Chan (Film Critics Circle of Australia) Help us continue to cover more Asian and Martial Art films by making a donation to Neo Film Blog below.   Fresh off the gangster cult following of the commercially successful “Young and Dangerous” series, Andrew Lau teams up with Ekin Cheng and the rest of the cast to film the comic book inspired “The Storm Riders”. The film will go on to be a major box office hit, aided by two big stars in Aaron Kwok and Sonny Chiba. Watching “The Storm Riders” again, after...

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Film Review: Eternal Wave 密战 (2017) - China

Andrew Chan Aaron Kwok Chinese Film Eternal Wave Simon Yam Zhang Han

Film Review: Eternal Wave 密战 (2017) - China

Review: Eternal Wave 密战 (2017) - China Reviewed by Andrew Chan (Film Critics Circle of Australia) Help us continue to cover more Asian and Martial Art films by making a donation to Neo Film Blog below. Aaron Kwok headlines the 1930s Shanghai fight between the Communist party and the Japanese pending invasion in “Eternal Wave”. Like many of these similar themed movies, the story is similar only this time, we are talking about the importance of radio waves transmission as the only means of communication for the fight of the Communist party members. The film lack strong characters for the audience to relate...

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Film Review: Project Gutenberg 無雙 (2018) - Hong Kong / China

Andrew Chan Aaron Kwok Chow Yun Fat Project Gutenberg Zhang Jing Chu

Film Review: Project Gutenberg 無雙 (2018) - Hong Kong / China

Project Gutenberg 無雙 (2018) - Hong Kong / China   Reviewed by Andrew Chan (Film Critics Circle of Australia)     It’s been a while and probably too long since the audience enjoyed a Chow Yun Fat’s performance. After being under the spell of wacky Wong Jing, Chow returns to what he does best, playing complicated characters and firing bullets in John Woo and Ringo Lam’s style. However, that’s just the beginning of the good news as “Project Gutenberg” is thoroughly entertaining, twisted and even layered with depth. It is a highly entertaining and engaging film that uses the maximum...

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