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Film Review: Kung Fu Yoga 功夫瑜伽 (2017) - China / India

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Film Review: Kung Fu Yoga 功夫瑜伽 (2017) - China / India

Kung Fu Yoga 功夫瑜伽 (2017) - China / India Reviewed as part of Jackie Chan's 66th Birthday Celebration Series   Reviewed by Andrew Chan (Film Critics Circle of Australia)   The biggest problem with recent Jackie Chan movies is mainly the lack of fun element. If the fun and physical comedic is not there especially for a film like “Kung Fu Yoga”, most viewers are bounded to be disappointed. Similar in the line of “The Myth” and “CZ12”, Chan goes on an Indiana Jones style ride, but this time he ends up in the middle of India. The opening sequences...

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Film Review: The Tuxedo (2002) – USA

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Film Review: The Tuxedo (2002) – USA

Film Review: The Tuxedo (2002) – USA Reviewed as part of Jackie Chan's 66th Birthday Celebration Series Reviewed by Andrew Chan (Film Critics Circle of Australia) I think we can all agree that Jackie Chan does not need CGI effects to enhance his Kung Fu skills. Whilst it is fun to see Chan attempt to play a taxi driver thrown into a James Bond situation and gaining magically superman-like kung fu skills after wearing a tuxedo. Add in the sexy Jennifer Love Hewitt as the sidekick, the premises seem fun enough for a 100 minute ride. However, the film drags...

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Film Review: Namiya 解憂雜貨店 (2017) - China

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Film Review: Namiya 解憂雜貨店 (2017) - China

Namiya 解憂雜貨店 (2017) - China Reviewed by Andrew Chan (FCCA)Chinese remake of Japanese tearjerker Namiya is not exactly necessary, but on a tearjerking and nostalgic level, the film works to maximum effect and with its less complicated characters, simpler story telling, it is likely to reach a broader audience. Before launching into the review, I must admit that despite the slow pacing of the Japanese original, I thoroughly enjoyed it along with the performances and story. With the Chinese remake, despite knowing what will happen next, it still hits you where it matters and that’s perhaps precisely why Director Han...

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