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  1. I Corrupt All Cops

    Posted Apr 30th 2009, 12:00am by Paul Fonoroff

    ... Paul Fonoroff I Corrupt All Cops Starring: Eason Chan Yik-shun, Tony Leung Ka-fai, Anthony Wong Chau-sang, Liu Yang Director: Wong Jing Category: IIB (Cantonese) If awards were given ... treatment that comes across as a feeble echo of The Untouchables (1987). Serving as the movie's conscience is Gale (Eason Chan, second right), Lak's willing lackey but a man who suffers ...

  2. Sudden impact

    Posted Sep 15th 2003, 12:00am by Carrie Chan

    ... I also run a production company which supports my living.' Starring Jordan Chan Siu-chun, Chapman To and Eric Tsang Chi-wai, his new film was inspired by the closure of a famous entertainment spot - New Tonnochy Night Club in Wan Chai - last year. It follows the nocturnal adventures of four men while their lovers are out of town. As Chan, To and Tsang are about to demonstrate ...

  3. Kaleidoscope

    Posted Sep 16th 2003, 12:00am by Carrie Chan

    ... Although you are getting back into the full swing of school, there is still time for leisure activities. You can still do things that you didn't get a chance to do enough of during the summer holiday - watching movies and TV, listening to music and p ...

  4. Lifestyle - Arts & Culture - SECOND SIGHT

    Thirty-year gap between screenings shows value of film preservation

    Posted Sep 02nd 2012, 12:00am by Paul Fonoroff

    ... Paul Fonoroff thereview@scmp.com Beyond the Grave An illustration of the dire state of local movie preservation prior to the establishment of the Hong Kong Film Archive can be found in two ... was achieved through the efforts of art director Lu Shihou, cameraman Charles Tung Shao-yung, and set designer Chan Ki-yui, whose oeuvre along with that of his son, Chan King-sam, is the subject ...

  5. Lifestyle - Arts & Culture - SECOND SIGHT

    Second Sight: The Valiant Ones

    Posted Oct 21st 2012, 12:00am by Paul Fonoroff

    ... Paul Fonoroff The Valiant Ones Subtlety and artistry are not normally associated with Chinese martial arts movies of the 1960s and 1970s, the notable exceptions being the works of King Hu. ... an indelible impression in each sphere. Nearly 40 years later, the Hung-orchestrated finale still comes across as fresh and innovative. Even more momentous is the presence of Yuen Biao and Jackie Chan ...

  6. Lifestyle - Arts & Culture - SECOND SIGHT

    Film, Second Sight: 'Father Takes a Bride'

    Posted Oct 14th 2012, 12:00am by Paul Fonoroff

    ... Paul Fonoroff Father Takes a Bride More than a decade after the founding of the People's Republic of China ushered in a new era in Chinese cinema, the Shanghai tradition still ... she radiates a demure yet chic aura that, like virtually every factor in the movie's success, precluded any chance of its mainland release. Paul Fonoroff Father Takes a Bride, Sat, 7pm, ...

  7. Invisible Target

    Posted Jul 19th 2007, 12:00am by Paul Fonoroff

    ... Paul Fonoroff Starring: Nicholas Tse Ting-fung, Shawn Yue Man-lok, Jaycee Chan Director: Benny Chan Muk-sing Category: IIB (Cantonese) More than two hours of virtually non-stop action can do little to breathe life into the insipid scenario of what is surely one of the year's most ambitious local blockbusters. Director Benny Chan Muk-sing is a master of staging an action ...

  8. The Spooky Bunch

    Posted Jan 22nd 2012, 12:00am

    ... Paul Fonoroff Released in 1980, The Spooky Bunch was quite unlike anything that came before it on Hong Kong's screens. While the local film scene had never been that short of movie ... what had become a fading genre in the industry. This was achieved through scriptwriter Joyce Chan Wan-man's offbeat integration of Cantonese opera into a fanciful present-day tale. ...

  9. 'Chinese need control' quote taken out of context by self-serving press, Chan says

    Posted May 10th 2009, 12:00am by Celine Sun

    ... Celine Sun Action star Jackie Chan, who got into hot water for his 'Chinese people need to be controlled' comment last month, shrugged off the widespread criticism, saying he was 'incorrectly quoted by some press'. Turning up for a function at a fitness club in Kowloon Bay yesterday, Jackie Chan appeared to be in a good mood as he shared health tips and took part ...

  10. Jackie Chan's road safety TV ads vanish

    Posted Apr 25th 2009, 12:00am by Vivienne Chow

    ... Vivienne Chow A government television announcement featuring Jackie Chan promoting road safety has vanished from the small screen - but no one is blaming its disappearance officially on the row over Chan saying Chinese people need control and too much freedom leads to chaos. Stations confirmed that the segment had not been slotted into last week's schedule of announcements ...




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