Author: Wilson Kwong

Time (Hong Kong, 2021) [NYAFF 2021]

Being the acting titan that he is, anytime Patrick Tse shows up on screen is a win for the cinematic medium. Despite being a defining...

Drifting (Hong Kong, 2021) [CVF 2021]

After his audacious directorial feature debut in 2018 with Tracey, fans of Hong Kong cinema have been patiently awaiting Jun Li’s sophomore outing. Fresh and...

Undercover Punch & Gun (Hong Kong, 2019)

Ever since Jackie Chan made his mark on Hong Kong cinema, the concept of blending action with slapstick comedy feels almost natural to the industry’s...

Shanghai Triad (China, 1995)

While many great filmmakers have emerged from China since the end of the Cultural Revolution, none have been able to surpass the prolific accomplishments of...

Saturday Fiction (China, 2019) [TIFF 2019]

The prospect of Lou Ye and Gong Li working together should excite anyone who is even remotely interested in contemporary Chinese cinema. With Saturday Fiction,...

Gundala (Indonesia, 2019) [TIFF 2019]

In Hollywood, attempts at replicating the success of the Marvel Cinematic Universe have come and gone over the past decade. Other studios have yearned for...