Andrew Sun

Andrew Sun

Agrees with the Tomatometer 88% of the time.

Andrew Sun's reviews only count toward the Tomatometer when published at the following Tomatometer-approved publication(s): Hollywood Reporter

Movie Reviews Only

Rating T-Meter Title | Year Review

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 Oct 31, 2005

Crash (2004)

"Enjoy the wonderful performances by a cast very committed to the cause." ‐ Hollywood Reporter
Posted Aug 29, 2005

Chat gim (The Seven Swords) (2005)

"[A] bloated Ching Dynasty actioner." ‐ Hollywood Reporter
Posted Aug 22, 2005

Initial D (2005)

"For a different ride, Initial D drives a sleek and smooth line." ‐ Hollywood Reporter
Posted Jul 21, 2005
No Score Yet

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

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

The World (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

Ong-Bak (Ong Bak: Muay Thai Warrior) (2005)

"An effective martial arts film destined to leave mouths agape." ‐ Hollywood Reporter
Posted Feb 12, 2005

Warriors of Heaven and Earth (Tian di ying xiong) (2004)

"The acting is uniformly compelling." ‐ Hollywood Reporter
Posted Dec 1, 2004

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

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

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

The Medallion (2003)

"Sadly, The Medallion has the feel of an all-too-ordinary straight-to-DVD B-movie." ‐ Hollywood Reporter
Posted Aug 18, 2003

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

Hero (2004)

"It's every bit as dazzling and spectacular as Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon." ‐ Hollywood Reporter
Posted Jan 8, 2003
No Score Yet

The Touch (2003)

"While the picture doesn't completely fail, it does fall short." ‐ Hollywood Reporter
Posted Aug 6, 2002

Shaolin Soccer (2004)

"The movie has something for any Hong Kong cinephile." ‐ Hollywood Reporter
Posted Sep 13, 2001