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The second part in the Harry Potter spin-off provides twists and glorious visuals but has too much plot to truly soar. These beasts are overburdened.
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The up-and-coming star talks about reviving Hong Kong martial arts cinema.
The five co-directors of the controversial local dystopia tell us of their fears for Hong Kong.
The creator of McDull talks about life in Hong Kong and why she’s luckier than her creation.
The director of the award-winning Mad World discusses his debut film.
Award-winning director Jevons Au examines the Hong Kong education system.
This tune-filled but tame Queen biopic may well rock you but it’s unlikely to shock you.
An untested American submarine captain teams with Navy SEALS to rescue the Russian president, who has been kidnapped by a rogue general.
Despite star names, the biggest Hong Kong movie of the year displays a disappointing lack of originality.