The biggest films in cinemas now
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.
Flinching when it should be in-your-face and entirely surprise-free, Venom won‘t satisfy either uber-fans or the unconverted.
A young sheep farmer finds passion with an immigrant worker in a credible character-driven drama.
A creature of habit adds a few more chills to the Conjuring universe.
Catastrophe rains down on a beleaguered family, in a horror movie that brews an impressive amount of dread.
This surprise Denz-sploitation sequel is neatly effective in places but will leave you with little appetite for thirds.
Just this side of meta, the verbal action-sci-fi update loves telling you how much fun you're having.
Upcoming film releases in Hong Kong
The latest Star Wars spin-off focuses on a young Han Solo.
Josh Brolin joins the fray as Cable, taking on Ryan Reynolds’s wisecracking eponymous assassin.
This take on Madeleine L’Engle’s 1962 sci-fi classic has an alive mind but you’ll wish it would stop telling you once in a while.
Never take pity on a film critic. Instead, let it suffice to say that we look forward to you seeing Hereditary and then joining us in having several sleepless nights peering into dark corners and gnawing your fingernails off.