It has been 14 years since Martial arts superstar Jet Li and Wuxia King Tsui Hark had collaborated in a film (Once Upon a Time in China). The two have been missed by the Wuxia world, and it is refreshing …
Japan has its “Sukiyaki Westerns”, Korea has their “Kimchi Westerns” and China has its “Dimsum westerns“. Director/writer/star Jiang Wen’s “Let the Bullets …
Everyone takes away different things from a movie and in this one, I haven't got a good grip of what to take away with! Having Jet Li as its star actor guarantees me as a viewer though I'm not …
more sex, less chopsticks.
WARNING: This review is about a film that is rated Category III (NC-18) meant for mature viewers. In the tradition of Chinese cinema's …
We’ve all heard about the efforts of the resistance in destabilizing the invading side in the Sino-Japanese war and the struggles with the Third Reich. Executively-produced by Feng …
Pros: Handy-dandy; goes well with a good Chinese movie Cons: Feels slightly disorganized; a few other nitpicks The Bottom Line: Handy in a fix; not for …
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