Michelle Yeoh

Sunshine

January 4, 2008 // 0 Comments

Most of our viewers are probably familiar with the name Danny Boyle as the director of the incredible and furious horror shocker "28 Days Later, " the break-out hit of two years ago. Boyle now returns with a new film called "Sunshine" [...]

The Heroic Trio

November 11, 2002 // 0 Comments

In their quest to mutilate every Hong Kong move that crosses their path, Miramax and Buena Vista Home Entertainment are now throwing the superb apocalyptic fantasy tale ’The Heroic Trio’ in the market in yet another loveless release. The film was [...]

Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon: Superbit

October 2, 2001 // 0 Comments

Not since Bruce Lee’s "Enter The Dragon" has a Martial Arts film seen as much notoriety as "Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon." Sadly the time was not right for the legendary Bruce Lee in the 70s and his films never managed to break [...]

Michelle Yeoh: Superstar Without the Attitude

May 23, 2001 // 0 Comments

For many years, Michelle Yeoh has been a superstar in Hong Kong cinema, kicking and punching her way through memorable movies that have helped establish female characters as strong leads. After being voted “Miss Malaysia” in 1983, Michelle took her [...]

Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon

May 22, 2001 // 0 Comments

Not since Bruce Lee’s "Enter The Dragon" has a Martial Arts film seen as much notoriety as "Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon." Sadly the time was not right for the legendary Bruce Lee in the 70s and his films never managed to break [...]

Supercop 2

January 21, 2000 // 0 Comments

Jackie Chan’s “Supercop 2” certainly ranks as one of the movies with the most titles. Being also known as “Police Story 3: Part 2”, “Police Story 4”, “Police Story V”, “Police Story S”, “Once A Cop” and under its original name [...]

Tomorrow Never Dies

May 1, 1998 // 0 Comments

After 18 James Bond movies, you think you have seen it all, right? Wrong. The fund of James Bond scenarios seems to be endless, and though the recipe remains the same in each movie, they still are some of the most entertaining and respected action [...]

The Executioners

March 1, 1998 // 0 Comments

With their first domestic release a few months ago (The Heroic Trio), Tai Seng showed us just how good well-transferred Hong Kong movies can look. It’s time for more, and Tai Seng have beaten their previous record with this one. "The [...]

The Heroic Trio

December 1, 1997 // 0 Comments

Tired of those big budget Hollywood movies that rely more on heavy-duty special and computer-generated effects than overall content and actual acting? Try this one. "The Heroic Trio" is a perfect example of how modern Hong Kong cinema can easily [...]