In this explosive third installment of the blockbuster martial arts series. When a band of brutal gangsters led by a crooked property developer make a
Category: Martial Art
Centering on Ip Man’s migration to Hong Kong in 1949 as he attempts to propagate his discipline of Wing Chun martial arts. Ip Man 2
Peter Chan’s martial arts thriller brings some new energy and ideas to the outdated genre while the story itself is a homage to classical wuxia-stories.
Almost never a good thing when someone says, “You got a pretty mouth”. Be it either in film or real life. If you hear those
SPL is a stylish return to HK-style grim-n-gritty action noir and one welcome motion picture. Nothing new really happens here, but that’s just fine. Easily
VIY 2 is the sequel to VIY (2014). Both are Russian fantasy adventure movies. And this has more action and less comedy than the first.
“You’re no spring chicken,” says an American gambler to his Chinese friend midway through the East-West action extravaganza Skiptrace. It’s a put-down that’s meant less
Martial artist and longtime supporting player Philip Ng Won-Lung earns a starring role in Once Upon a Time in Shanghai. A 1930s martial arts actioner written and
Jeffrey Lau’s A Chinese Odyssey: Pandora’s Box transformed from a critical flop into one of Hong Kong’s penultimate cult films. Looking back it’s pretty baffling
After too long Tsui Hark makes a return to the director’s chair for Seven Swords. An ambitious martial arts epic based on “The Seven Swordsmen from Mountain