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Film Review: A Home with a View 家和萬事驚 (2019) - Hong Kong

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Film Review: A Home with a View 家和萬事驚 (2019) - Hong Kong

A Home with a View 家和萬事驚 (2019) - Hong Kong   Reviewed by Andrew Chan (Film Critics Circle of Australia)   With the up pending house prices in Hong Kong, social frustration of the inaction in the government and coupled with hopelessness of the generation next. The result is a well meaning black comedy produced and scripted by Cheung Tat Ming and directed by veteran Herman Yau. It’s very much a local film for Hong Kong audience with a welcome reunion of sorts for Francis Ng and Anita Yuen as well as the always presence Louis Koo and Anthony Wong in...

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Film Review: L Storm L風暴 (2018) - Hong Kong / China

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Film Review: L Storm L風暴 (2018) - Hong Kong / China

L Storm L風暴 (2018) - Hong Kong / China   Reviewed by Andrew Chan (Film Critics Circle of Australia)     It is probably as generic as it gets in terms of the latest “Storm” series and ICAC promotional cinematic piece. Director David Lam whose only notable films in the past decades are “Z Storm” and “S Storm”, continues this tradition with a tag on patriotic ending that is in line with the Chinese government stance on anti corruption. Ignoring this aspect, the film is quite solid if never spectacular from the direction to film editing to the casts. Once...

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Film Review: SPL 3 / Paradox (2017) - Hong Kong

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Film Review: SPL 3 / Paradox (2017) - Hong Kong

SPL 3 / Paradox (2017) - Hong Kong Review by Andrew ChanLouis Koo goes berserk in his most physical performance to date and even manage to make Liam Neeson looks proud in the process as the father on a mission desperately searching for his missing daughter in Pattaya. It is also easily Koo best ever performance and most certainly in line for a Best Actor award. Director Wilson Yip returns to the directing chair for the third instalment and like its predecessors, it is brutally entertaining and tension filled from start to finish and not a film for the faint...

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