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Film Review: To Where He Belong 旺角街 (2000) - Hong Kong

Andrew Chan Hong Kong Movie To Where He Belongs

Film Review: To Where He Belong 旺角街 (2000) - Hong Kong

To Where He Belong 旺角街 (2000) - Hong Kong Reviewed by Andrew Chan (Film Critics Circle of Australia)   A little known Gangsters genre low budget affair filmed within the streets of Mong Kok, starring Simon Yam, Gigi Lai and Steven Ma. The 2000 was the year when Hong Kong cinema went to its bottomless pit and the production values followed. Director Alley Wong creates an atmospheric feel about Mong Kok and smartly creates a lot of space showing loneliness of its characters and their pointless existence in this messy and muddled world. Instead of glorifying gangsters in numerous 90s related...

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Film Review: She Shoots Straight 皇家女將 (1990) - Hong Kong

Andrew Chan Hong Kong Movie She Shoots Straight

Film Review: She Shoots Straight 皇家女將 (1990) - Hong Kong

She Shoots Straight 皇家女將 (1990) - Hong Kong Reviewed by Andrew Chan (Film Critics Circle of Australia)   The 90s was a time of great cinematic heights of Hong Kong action cinema and in the sub-genre of kick ass heroine, we had the pleasure of action superstars Michelle Yeoh, Cynthia Rothrock, Moon Lee and Jade Leung. “She Shoots Straight”, directed by Corey Yuen and produced by Sammo Hung is a largely forgotten affair. The film stars Joyce Godenzi (also known as Mrs Sammo Hung and former Miss Hong Kong winner) facing off against the likes of Yuen Wah and the famous...

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Film Review: Walk With Me 雙魂 (2019) - Malaysia / Hong Kong

Andrew Chan Hong Kong Movie Michelle Wai Walk With Me

Film Review: Walk With Me 雙魂 (2019) - Malaysia / Hong Kong

Walk With Me 雙魂 (2019) - Malaysia / Hong Kong   Reviewed by Andrew Chan (Film Critics Circle of Australia) Malaysian filmmaker Ryon Lee continues his fusion of Malaysian and Hong Kong filmmaking with the atmospheric bit part horror and psychological thriller “Walk With Me”. With good performances from the hard working Michelle Wai and welcoming veterans display of Anna Ng, Emily Kwan and Richard Ng, the film tries hard to revoke J-Horror films as well as Hollywood counterparts. The film works at times and becomes a better character study than an actual horror film.   Michelle Wai headlines the film...

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