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Film Review: My Egg Boy (2016) - Taiwan

Andrew Chan Ariel Lin My Egg Boy Rhydian Vaughan

Film Review: My Egg Boy (2016) - Taiwan

My Egg Boy (2016) - Taiwan Reviewed by Andrew Chan This is a heart warming romance film wrapped around a time ticking story for female as they enter the age of child bearing. Ariel Lin is always lovely and in her pursue of love we see both desperation and frustration. Working as a frozen food promoter, she meets a serious chef played by Rhydian Vaughan who simply hates anything frozen. What this film manages to connect with the audience is not due to any kind of coherent story or interesting premise, but rather the manner how it never treat itself...

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Film Review: A Nail Clipper Romance (2017) - Hong Kong / China

Andrew Chan A Nail Clipper Romance Ekin Cheng Jason Kwan Joseph Chang Zhou DongYu

Film Review: A Nail Clipper Romance (2017) - Hong Kong / China

A Nail Clipper Romance (2017) - Hong Kong / China Reviewed by Andrew Chan Cinematographer Jason Kwan is a wonderful talent and it is almost timely that he makes his directorial debut in the ridiculously themed, yet ultimately satisfying coming of age - A Nail Clipper Romance. Without doubt many scenes and moments are over the top, but it is the colour, beautiful Hawaii backdrop and pure indulgence of emotions that makes this a intriguing cocktail to endure. It helps that Joseph Chang and Zhou DongYu are seriously great actors and their chemistry is just too good to refuse.  It...

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Film Review: 77 Heartbreaks (2017) - Hong Kong

Andrew Chan 77 Heartbreaks Charlene Choi Herman Yau Pakho Chau

Film Review: 77 Heartbreaks (2017) - Hong Kong

77 Heartbreaks (2017) - Hong Kong Reviewed by Andrew Chan Director Herman Yau is a man of many genres and being his third blockbuster release in 2017, 77 Heartbreaks show precisely why Yau remains a grounded in his roots in making a heartfelt and touching local film on pitfalls of modern romance. Starring the matured Charlene Choi and the much improved performance from Pakho Chau, we get a film that touches upon forgiveness, love and ultimately letting go. All of these are cliche themes of the genre, but Yau is a far better director than the popular Patrick Kong and...

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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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Film Review: Colour of the Game (2017) - Hong Kong

Andrew Chan Colour of the Game Jordan Chan Philip Ng Simon Yam Wong Jing

Film Review: Colour of the Game (2017) - Hong Kong

Colour of the Game (2017) - Hong Kong Reviewed by Andrew Chan As part of Wong Jing finale of the "Colour" trilogy that display a more serious version of the director's usual flair. "Colour of the Game" revokes many of Johnnie To's cinematic shoot outs and even many of the cast members including Simon Yam, Lam Suet and many other supporting players. In fact it feels like a To's film as there is plenty of stylish moments and random killings. The gangsters and undercover genre defines the Hong Kong cinematic 90s and this film shows that there is still an...

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