Reviews, news and trailers of Cantonese language movies. Includes links to watch movies online at SBS On Demand (where available).

Martial-arts nostalgia becomes Wong Kar-wai's best in years.
BERLIN FILM FESTIVAL: The prospect of any new Wong Kar-wai film, at this stage, is a cause for some trepidation, arousing suspicions that his career may have peaked in the late 1990s, with that breathless, seemingly effortless run of triumphs ...
Chinese epic works despite its flaws.
With Baz Luhrmann’s The Great Gatsby not due out until later this year, Chinese film The Last Tycoon is a little early for F. Scott Fitzgerald cash-ins. Not that Hong Kong multi-hypenate Wong Jing would be above such thing. With a resume as long...
Korean heist film has got the goods.
The Hot Rock, The Jokers, Gambit, Rififi, The Red Circle, and The Thomas Crown Affair. These are what are generically known as caper pictures. Korean film Thieves (the universally used title, despite the film's title card clearly reading 'The...
Nothing more than cheap titillation.
Writer/director/bit player Mark Wu may not hate women but his 3D, misogynistic ode to one-note maleness, Due West: My 3D Sex Journey sure seems to. The sense of silliness that helped audiences endure his last fleshy exploitation film, 3-D Sex and...
A regrettable nightclub romp.
The pulsating energy of Hong Kong’s famous nightlife barely registers in Wilson Chin’s banal ode to 20-something hedonism, Lan Kwai Fong 2. Reflecting the lead characters’ obsession with style over substance, and their general air of cluelessness...
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