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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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Film Review: Yesterday (2019) - USA

Andrew Chan Hamish Patel Hollywood Movies Lily James Yesterday

Film Review: Yesterday (2019) - USA

Yesterday (2019) - USA Reviewed by Andrew Chan (Film Critics Circle of Australia)   Imagine a world without “The Beatles” and their time-lasting songs that sweep a generation for the ages. Imagine you woke up one day after an accident, where only you know all the “Beatles” songs and existence plus the fact that you are a down and out struggling singing artist. Such is the fascinating premises that “Yesterday” plays with through succinct character development and a beautifully layered story filled with a touch reality and fiction. Director Danny Boyle manages to make the film immensely heartfelt and constantly...

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Film Review: The Current War (2017) - USA

Andrew Chan Hollywood Movies The Current War

Film Review: The Current War (2017) - USA

The Current War (2017) - USA Reviewed by Andrew Chan (Film Critics Circle of Australia)   Released in cinemas 2 years after its TIFF debut due to the Harvey Weinstein’s allegations, “The Current War” is lavish in its period set designs with top notch A-list casting of Benedict Cumberbatch, Michael Shannon, Nicholas Hoult and Tom Holland. Somehow the film remains rather average and stale with a lack of crucial excitement factor or adrenaline going for it. Instead we get the classic old battle of AC and DC between two powerhouse of electricity Sir Thomas Edison and George Westinghouse. Satirical comedy...

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Series Review: Designated Survivor: 60 Days (60일, 지정생존자) (TV-2019) - South Korea

Andrew Chan Designated Survivor: 60 Days Korean Series Netflix

Series Review: Designated Survivor: 60 Days (60일, 지정생존자) (TV-2019) - South Korea

Designated Survivor: 60 Days (60일, 지정생존자) (TV-2019) - South Korea   Reviewed by Andrew Chan (Film Critics Circle of Australia) Season 1: 16 episodes (1 hour each)   Riding on the back of the American successful TV series “Designated Survivor”, we get a rehash of sorts with everything Korean, from White House to Blue House, from Middle East threats to North Korea to a story that rhymes with the Korean general public. To say that this series succeeded is an understatement as it manages to stay fresh, despite many elements being inspired by the original and at the same time...

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Film Review: The Scoundrels 狂徒 (2018) - Taiwan

Andrew Chan Taiwanese film The Scoundrels

Film Review: The Scoundrels 狂徒 (2018) - Taiwan

The Scoundrels 狂徒 (2018) - Taiwan   Reviewed by Andrew Chan (Film Critics Circle of Australia) Debuted at Busan last year, “The Scoundrels” is new Taiwanese Director Hung Tzu-Hsuan feature debut. Action films are difficult to film, but Hung makes no excuses and time for any room for questioning as the audience are in for an adrenaline ride. Along the reigns of 80-90s Hong Kong gangsters and action movies and taking a leaf out of 70s American crime genre, this actioner impresses with its use of backstreet and alleyways in Kaohsiung to maximum effect. By the time, the film is over,...

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