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Film Review: Iceman 2: The Time Traveler 冰封侠: 时空行者 (2018) - China

Andrew Chan Donnie Yen

Film Review: Iceman 2: The Time Traveler 冰封侠: 时空行者 (2018) - China

Iceman 2: The Time Traveler 冰封侠: 时空行者 (2018) - China   Reviewed by Andrew Chan (Film Critics Circle of Australia)      Not entirely sure what Donnie Yen was thinking when he made the sequel to an already terrible film - Iceman 3D. The sequel was filmed in 2014 and released suddenly 4 years later is simply bad filmmaking, terrible special effects, non existent acting and an atrocious and incoherent plot to boot. It is so bad that it is not even funny and when a village of people dies, there is zero emotions and when Donnie tries to act,...

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Film Review: Big Brother (2018) - Hong Kong

Andrew Chan Big Brother Donnie Yen

Film Review: Big Brother (2018) - Hong Kong

Big Brother (2018) - Hong Kong     Reviewed by Andrew Chan (Film Critic Circle of Australia)   Being a pet passion project for Donnie Yen, “Big Brother” is a good film that is equally emotional, engaging and also provides enough well meaning social commentary to boot. It is rare that the best moments in a Donnie Yen film is not a fight scene, but rather Yen as teacher helping his students in out of the box fashion in loggerhead with the out dated and highly competitive Hong Kong education system.    Yen has always been a visionary, his films...

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Film Review: Chasing the Dragon (2017) - Hong Kong

Andrew Chan Andy Lau Chasing the Dragon Donnie Yen Jason Kwan Wong Jing

Film Review: Chasing the Dragon (2017) - Hong Kong

Chasing the Dragon (2017) - Hong Kong Reviewed by Andrew Chan One of Hong Kong biggest film in 2017 comes in the reboot of two landmark 90s gangster films in the form of "Lee Rock" and "To be Number One". Starring Donnie Yen as the legendary Crippled Ho and Andy Lau as the infamous corrupted cop Lee Rock, "Chasing the Dragon" manages to be epic, ultra violent, unforgiving, while at the same time totally racist and bashing of the British colonial era. Above it all, directors Wong Jing combines so well with Jason Kwan that literally we see next to...

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