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The 11 best Hollywood movies set in Hong Kong
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The 11 best Hollywood movies set in Hong Kong

Because even Hollywood producers can’t resist the lure of our city.

The most comforting feel-good movies on Netflix
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The most comforting feel-good movies on Netflix

As much as we adore Hong Kong and the abundance of activities it offers us, every once in a while, the long working hours, expensive rent for a tiny flat, along with various other little annoyances can really add up and put you in a crummy mood. When the world is getting on your nerves, what you need is a quick mood-booster. These 10 movies on Netflix Hong Kong will make you laugh till you cry, feel warm and fuzzy inside, and have you strutting through the rest of the week like you just walked out of a Beyoncé concert.RECOMMENDED: Need love in your life? Try one of Hong Kong’s best romcoms. Or if you need to vent, read about the things that make us mad and realise you’re not alone.

Kino/18 German Film Festival
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Kino/18 German Film Festival

The latest and greatest cinematic offerings from Germany.

Review: Swimming with Men
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Review: Swimming with Men

This amiable Brit-com never quite lives up to its 'Full Monty in Speedos' premise.

Time Out says
3 out of 5 stars
The best cinemas in Hong Kong
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The best cinemas in Hong Kong

Your guide to multiplex cinemas, art-house movie theatres and more in Hong Kong.

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Hong Kong film interviews

Johnnie To
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Johnnie To

Arguably Hong Kong’s best contemporary director, Johnnie To talks to us about researching triads and the possibility of Election 3.

Juju Chan
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Juju Chan

The up-and-coming star talks about reviving Hong Kong martial arts cinema.

The co-directors of Ten Years
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The co-directors of Ten Years

The five co-directors of the controversial local dystopia tell us of their fears for Hong Kong.

Alice Mak
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Alice Mak

The creator of McDull talks about life in Hong Kong and why she’s luckier than her creation.

Wong Chun
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Wong Chun

The director of the award-winning Mad World discusses his debut film.

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The best films in cinemas now

The Nun
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The Nun

A creature of habit adds a few more chills to the Conjuring universe.

Time Out says
3 out of 5 stars
Hereditary
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Hereditary

Catastrophe rains down on a beleaguered family, in a horror movie that brews an impressive amount of dread.

Time Out says
5 out of 5 stars
The Equalizer 2
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The Equalizer 2

This surprise Denz-sploitation sequel is neatly effective in places but will leave you with little appetite for thirds.

Time Out says
3 out of 5 stars
Peppermint
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Peppermint

A soccer mom goes rogue in a movie that's not only fear-mongering and racist – it's utterly inept.

Time Out says
1 out of 5 stars
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