Andrew Sun

Andrew Sun

Agrees with the Tomatometer 87% of the time.

Publications:
Hollywood Reporter
Total Reviews:
17

Listing Of All Reviews & Articles

Showing 1 - 17 of 17
Rating T-Meter Title | Year Add Date
52% Yes (2005) " Despite many interesting mise-en-scene moments, the film disappointingly feels as sterile as the family's immaculately clean house." — Hollywood Reporter
Posted Nov 1, 2005
75% Crash (2004) " Enjoy the wonderful performances by a cast very committed to the cause." — Hollywood Reporter
Posted Aug 30, 2005
25% Chat gim (The Seven Swords) (2007) " [A] bloated Ching Dynasty actioner." — Hollywood Reporter
Posted Aug 23, 2005
33% Tau man ji D (Initial D) (2005) " For a different ride, Initial D drives a sleek and smooth line." — Hollywood Reporter
Posted Jul 21, 2005
—— Jing mo gaa ting (House of Fury) (2005) " The domestic angle is interesting, but the overall story is nonsensical." — Hollywood Reporter
Posted May 21, 2005
62% Kamikaze Girls (2004) " The premise of Kamikaze might be similar to a younger and kitschy Thelma & Louise, but it is never less than appealingly surreal." — Hollywood Reporter
Posted May 17, 2005
71% The World (Shijie) (2005) " Jia has daringly crafted an exquisite allegory of China's globalist-visions among a backward parochialism social mentality. It might be a bit lengthy at 140 minutes, but it never feels indulgent." — Hollywood Reporter
Posted Mar 22, 2005
86% Ong-Bak (Ong Bak: Muay Thai Warrior) (2005) " An effective martial arts film destined to leave mouths agape." — Hollywood Reporter
Posted Feb 12, 2005
68% Warriors of Heaven and Earth (Tian di ying xiong) (2004) " The acting is uniformly compelling." — Hollywood Reporter
Posted Dec 1, 2004
67% The Year of the Yao (2005) " Essentially a fluff job, designed to build a myth around their new icon, while leaving more sensitive issues like race, politics and money sitting on the bench." — Hollywood Reporter
Posted Nov 6, 2004
90% Kung Fu Hustle (2005) " With a delirious mix of the sublime and the silly, Hong Kong comedy king Stephen Chow Sing-chi has taken the kung fu comedy genre to new heights of chop-socky hilarity." — Hollywood Reporter
Posted Oct 21, 2004
80% Tae Guk Gi: The Brotherhood of War (2004) " It's an overwhelming vision far more realistic and insightful than the wacky MASH unit through which most Americans have seen this period." — Hollywood Reporter
Posted Jul 27, 2004
18% The Medallion (2003) " Sadly, The Medallion has the feel of an all-too-ordinary straight-to-DVD B-movie." — Hollywood Reporter
Posted Aug 19, 2003
95% Mou gaan dou (Infernal Affairs) (2002) " Driven by two great performances surrounded by solid supporting acts, Infernal Affairs is the rare testosterone movie that is also mature and thoughtful." — Hollywood Reporter
Posted Feb 5, 2003
95% Hero (2004) " It's every bit as dazzling and spectacular as Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon." — Hollywood Reporter
Posted Jan 8, 2003
—— The Touch (2003) " While the picture doesn't completely fail, it does fall short." — Hollywood Reporter
Posted Aug 6, 2002
91% Shaolin Soccer (2004) " The movie has something for any Hong Kong cinephile." — Hollywood Reporter
Posted Sep 13, 2001
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