So I bought this movie because I am a bit of a fan of Shu Qi. I didn't know what to expect. What I found was a deeply fascinating movie, and while I didn't find it as emotionally powerful as some … more
Sharrie posted a Quick Tip about Andy Lau.
May 01, 2011
I admire Andy Lau not for his good looks but more for his business acumen and his persistence in his singing career. I heard him sing in his first album and I thought to myself that if this guy can really … more
The Big Boss aka The Fists of Fury was the feature film debut of Bruce Lee in a lead role. Earlier in life, Bruce Lee was a child actor and star. Years later whilst in a America, he became a Martial Arts … more
Sequel to Storm Riders: Wind and Cloud. Good special effects and some spiffy battle sequences. The story is really disjointed and relies on the viewer's ability to put them together. Characters are … more
Jackie Chan can be so entertaining doing what he does best, martial arts and physical comedy. He has no problem throwing himself into his action scenes where he fights off his opponents with usual … more
Bar none by favorite Jackie Chan movie and a sequel of sorts to the original Drunken Master movie has Chan again as Wong Fe Hung using his unorthadox martial arts skills to stop smugglers. The dub is … more
Although it was fantastic when I originally saw this at the cinema, having seen it again on TV quite recently I found it to be significantly less effective. I'm afraid to say that I don't think this movie … more
This is probably the most important film I ever watched. I saw it on TV when I was a kid, it was my first Hong Kong movie and also the first time i'd ever seen martial arts. I was fascinated, I still … more
FEARLESS is one of the BEST Kung Fu films I've seen in a long time. The film is based on the real-life tale of the legendary Huo Yuan Jia, founder of the Jin Wu Martial Arts Federation. Up to this … more
JohnLee posted a Quick Tip about The Warlords.
June 11, 2010