Hong Kong Dramas and Movies

Below is the list of dramas and movies that I have seen for as long as I can remember. They are ranked on a scale of 1 to 10, with 10 being the highest and 1 being the lowest. I judge in terms of likeness as well as quality and production value. For the ones that I do not remember  they are represented with a “^” and for short dramas and short movies, they will be represented with a “#” depending on which category they fall under. These ratings are ranked in their category. For Hong Kong Dramas, I rate each one of it in perspective in the year that it airs.

Hong Kong Dramas That I Have Seen

Sitcoms and pre-2007:

  • Virtues of Harmony – Probably the first drama that I have ever sense, it was actually quite funny. (: (7.5/10)
  • Virtues of Harmony II – This season was really different from the first and I grew sad when one of the girls (I forgot her name) left to go study abroad. She was my fave character! (6.5/10)
  • Welcome to the House – Adorable family and relationship developments. (6.5/10)
  • Best Selling Secrets – I really liked the plot here and how well TVB used office politics. (7/10)
  • Dicey Business
  • Forensic Heroes
  • Glittering Days
  • Life Made Simple
  • Love Guaranteed
  • Men in Pain
  • My Family
  • Square Pegs
  • The Academy
  • The Dance of Passion
  • The Bitter Bitten – ^
  • The Herbalist’s Manual – ^
  • To Grow With Love
  • Ten Brothers – I loved it! It was hilarious, innovative and creative. I really want to see a drama like this again. (8.5/10)
  • War of In-Laws
  • Women on the Run
  • Yummy Yummy


  • Best Bet
  • Fathers and Sons
  • Heart of Greed
  • Heavenly In-Laws
  • Life Art – I actually really enjoyed this drama. The plot was sweet and the leads were sweet too. I liked the way he was constantly by her side supporting her. (8/10)
  • Marriage of Inconvenience – It was sure hilarious but there wasn’t much chemistry between Bobby and his leading ladies. I appreciate the fact that this plot is different from teh typical storylines. (6/10)
  • Men Don’t Cry
  • On The First Beat
  • Steps
  • Survivor’s Law II – I loved this! Ella and Kennth’s interactions were really cute! Plus, I absolutely loved their style of courtship! Plus, the court cases were also quite interesting. (8.5/10)
  • Ten Brothers – This is one of my all time favourite dramas. I really enjoyed it for what it offered. I loved the mystical aspect of it and the relationship between the brothers. (10/10)
  • The Brink of Law – ^
  • The Building Blocks of Life
  • The Drive of Life –
  • The Family Link
  • The Green Grass of Home
  • The Ultimate Crime Fighter
  • Word Twister’s Adventures – ^


  • A Journey Called Life – One of my favourite romance dramas from TVB ever! I really love the plot and the family interactions. The OTP were brilliant and had so much chemistry. I love the way they fell in love with each other and come to change for each other. (10/10)
  • Catch Me Now
  • D.I.E. – I loved it. It was very interesting and the cases also proved to be very interesting. I love the way that they mystical component was incorporated into the storyline. (9/10)
  • Forensic Heroes II – I would have preferred the original cast but I get what I get! Though I do have to admit that it was a really smooth introduction of the new cast. The cases were interesting and I loved how this brought the characters closer together. (9/10)
  • Legend of the Demigods
  • Love Exchange
  • Moonlight Resonance
  • Pages of Treasures – I actually quite enjoyed it. I loved the connection between the siblings and how they all had to support each other. (6/10)
  • Speech of Silence
  • The Four
  • The Gentle Crackdown II
  • The Master of Tai Chi
  • The Money-Maker Recipe
  • The Seventh Day – I loved it because it was a pure romance based drama. It was nice to see two very different couples and how they came to be. (7.5/10)
  • The Silver Chamber of Sorrows
  • Wars of In-Laws II – I loved it! Bosco and Myolie had great chemistry with each other and the plot flowed really well. (8.5/10)
  • Wasabi Mon Amour
  • When a Dog Loves a Cat
  • When Easterly Showers Fall on the Sunny West
  • Your Class or Mine


  • A Bride for a Ride – Got bored halfway. It was comedy trying to be a comedy. (5.5/10)
  • A Chip Off the Old Block – This was a pretty creative drama and I liked how it was written. Furthermore, the cast carried the drama pretty nicely too which made watching it all the more enjoyable. (7.5/10)
  • A Great Way To Care – It’s nice to see a different genre being attempted, with this focusing on mental wellbeing. I found myself quite enjoying the dynamics between the cast. (7.5/10)
  • A Watchdog’s Tale – A very cute and comedic story which I thoroughly enjoyed. Linda and Steven shared some great chemistry and furthermore, they worked well to drive the story home. (7.5/10)
  • Beyond the Realm of Conscience – Palace-based drama means there was bound to be a lot of scheming going on. It really delivered plot wise and it really nailed acting wise. (8/10)
  • Burning Flame III – Too much love lines! The storyline so-so but the cast was quite strong in their department. (7/10)
  • Born Rich – I wasn’t a fan of the storyline; there was too many couples with their own little story going on. Also, it was quite draggy which made it quite boring to watch. (6/10)
  • D.I.E. Again – This was not as good as the first instalment but I loved that the drama was able to neatly incorporated certain parts of the first season. It was nice to see the couple’s relationship continue to grow as well as the other team members. (8.5/10)
  • E.U. – This instalment is very different from previous instalment, in fact it took on a very different route to the previous instalment. It worked really well and created moments of intensity   (9.5/10) 
  • In The Chamber of Bliss – It was too OTT for me, just not my cup of tea. (4.5/10)
  • Just Love II – It was a very fun drama to watch. I enjoyed the execution and the way the family/romance lines were written into the plot. (7.5/10)
  • Man in Charge – It was quite an enjoyable drama but the chemistry between the cast was only kind of there. (6/10)
  • Rosy Business – Clearly I wasn’t the right target audience for this drama because I didn’t seem the star factor that it had. I found myself struggling to finish it but that’s probably this genre wasn’t my cup of tea. (7/10)
  • Sweetness in the Salt – It was salt and sugar together! Nothing can come between Tavia and Steven’s chemistry, because they have a lot of it regardless of whether it is an ancient, pre-modern or modern drama that they collaborate in. (8/10)
  • The Beauty of the Game – I looked forward to this drama because it is something that TVB has never attempted before. However, I was disappointed. It did not deliver and there was too much absurdity. (4/10)
  • The Greatness of a Hero
  • The King of Snooker – It got a good start but then it got boring. The storyline got through but it wasn’t well executed. The actors also did not have much chemistry between them. (5/10)
  • The Stew of Life
  • The Threshold of a Persona
  • The Winter Melon Tale
  • You’re Hired – It was very interesting and fresh. I loved the concept and the way it was executed. Dayo and Charmaine worked well together and created an unexpected coupling for me. (10/10)


  • A Fistful of Stances – I loved it! And I’m not usually a fan of martial arts dramas. However, the family connection and love here was what really made it wonderful to watch. (8.5/10)
  • A Pillow Case of Mystery II – I loved this! I especially enjoyed how the cases unveiled and the connections between the cases. They were hilarious and it was funny to see how it unrolled. I also really liked the relationship between Jessica and Booby. (9/10)
  • Beauty Knows No Pain – It is nice to see woman take centre stage and have it based around the pressures that women have to face. I really liked watching how the women tackle their career problems as well as their personal relationship problems. (8.5/10)
  • Can’t Buy Me Love – I like its light atmosphere on palace life. I love the cast and how everyone does what they do for the benefit of their other half. (8.5/10)
  • Cupid Stupid – This was what got me into astrology. I enjoyed watching the relationship between Steven and Tavia; they really are sweet. I like how astrology comes into play with the relationships. (8/10)
  • Don Juan DeMercado – I don’t think I finised this, but from what I watched. I think I watched only an ep or two so I can’t really give an opinion.
  • Every Move You Make – This definitely steals ideas from Lie To Me! But that’s okay, because I like seeing foreign techniques being applied into Hong Kong dramas. I liked it but I couldn’t love it. It is quite interesting to see different takes of police dramas. (8/10)
  • Fly With Me – Ahahahas, this is hilarious! However, this is not my type and it was badly produced. Though it was worth a laugh. (5/10)
  • Ghost Writer – I really enjoyed this drama! I liked the way the story developed and the friendship between Steven and Sunny. I also enjoyed that Linda and Fala were both batling for Steven’s heart. It is quite interesting considering that these two are always paired up with Steven. (9/10)
  • Growing Through Life – I’m not a big fan of China-Hong Kong productions as they can get quite draggy, tedious and complicated. I wasn’t really fond of this one either, and the relationships were basically the only aspect that I looked forward to. (7/10)
  • Gun Metal Grey – I enjoyed this, especially watching how the characters developed. It was interesting to see Mad Sir transition from a good and righteous police officer to an evil and unjustice officer. I also really enjoy watching Vincent and Nancy portray a couple, and that was one relationship that I really enjoyed seeing. (7.5/10) 
  • Home Troopers – I love the twins as well as Mandy’s relationship with Vincent  The development with the company issue was so so but the relationships were much better. (7.5/10)
  • In the Eye of the Beholder – I have seen the movie based on Tong Bak Fu and Chau Heung and compared to it, this drama is lacking quite a lot. (6/10)
  • Links to Temptation – It wasn’t my cup of tea and I found that it wasn’t that suspenseful. Though, it was nice to see Fala and Steven play a couple as opposed to their usual brother-sister pairing. (5.5/10)
  • My Better Half – It was funny watching the development of the various relationships present and how they developed and grew. Each couple learnt to cope and love each other and it was nice to see the obstacles they had to go through. (8.5/10)
  • No Regrets – I had no regrets watching this, or did I? I found this to be better than Rosy Business so that’s good. Wayne was really powerful in his character and his platonic-ish relationship with Sheren
  • Sisters of Pearl – Another family money battling drama. And more conflicts between the family. The plot has been overused time and time again. However, I did quite enjoy the drama and the conflict between the siblings. (6/5/10)
  • Suspects in Love – This marked the very first Him and Mandy collaboration and truthfully, I loved watching them there! They were the reason why I loved that drama more than what I was supposed to. I also really enjoyed that Flora and Joe have a friendly connection with each other. (7/10) 
  • The Comeback Clan – Well, it’s been a long time that I have seen Shirley in a leading role but the drama didn’t live up to standard. It was quite bland and boring. (5/10)
  • The Mysteries of Love – Love, love, loved it! Raymond and Tavia make a sweet couple! Raymond did a good job portraying Kingsley and Tavia was also amazing as Sai Lei Mui. I love this magical fairytale and how their occupation is what brings them together. I just loved it! (11/10)
  • The Season of Fate – It was alright to watch as it as light even if it did have the family fighting plot. I liked the relationship between Roger and Esther. (7/10)
  • Twilight Investigation – Linda is so adorable! She suits this role really well. I like her relationship with Wong He. She became his friend despite is adamant refusal. And they learned to help each other as well as solve cases together. I also enjoyed the side relationships here. (7.5/10)
  • When Lanes Merge – Ahahahahas, Raymond really suits playing those rebellious roles! And he did well! I also liked the fresh plot and how it manages to intertwine with both family and work affairs together. (8/10)


  • 7 Days in Life – I love this story. It’s amazing how long the drama appears to spread over but really, it is just a short seven days. I love the encounters and the stories with each of the characters. (8/10)
  • Bottled Passion – I really enjoyed the love story between Tung Bun Shin and Tsui Sum. Niki always get the kind and gentle roles. Ahahahas! They have great chemistry. Raymond Wong is just brilliant in his role. Though I can’t say whether I was satisifed or disappointed with the ending. (8/10)
  • Curse of the Royal Harem – Scheme, scheme, scheme and palace life, not exactly my most favourite genre however, I quite enjoyed it. I love Myolie’s acting here. It is strong and powerful. Nancy is also amazing here. (8/10)
  • Forensic Heroes III – It should not even be called Forensic Heroes III if it does not even have the same cast as the previous two. I do love the cases and how both family and law played a big role here. Nancy was exceptional in her role! I also really like Kate and Ron’s relationship. (9/10)
  • Ghetto Justice – I loved it! I loved all the cases here. It was all very interesting. I especially loved the relationship between Kris and Law Ba. It is…different. (9.5/10)
  • Grace Under Fire – I actually really like our female lead here and the plot as a whole. It works really well and I really like her chemistry with Wong Fei Hong. I also really like the chemistry between the other cast. (7.5/10)
  • Lives of Omission – I loved it! I love the focus on CIB and seeing Laughing Gor again. I love Michael’s chemistry with Fala as well as Kate and Bosco’s chemistry. I also liked how each other the characters, whether they had a large role or not, had a background story. The plot is just brilliant with a smooth development throughout the entire drama. (10/10)
  • Men with No Shadows – So close, just so close, Raymond Lam and Tavia Yeung could be a couple again. If they were, I would have enjoyed this drama a whole lot more. I appreciate a fresh take on TVB dramas but this one just did not work despite the cast. On a side note, it is Tavia’s second nurse portrayal in a year following The Rippling Blossom(6/10)
  • My Sister of Eternal Flower – Raymond Lam and Charmaine Sheh were brilliant in their roles but as a couple they lacked some chemistry. I love seeing Raymond Lam as the carefree guy. However, this drama was an unsuccessful remake of Square Pegs. Though, I really did enjoy the second leads. They actually had more chemistry than the leads. (5.5/10)
  • Only You – What a sweet drama! It’s been a long time since TVB has produced a drama like this. Kevin was brilliant in his role, it reminds me a lot of his role as Law Ba in Ghetto Justice. I loved that individual stories were told in episode formats. (8/10)
  • Relic of an Emissary **dropped it halfway because it got too boring and I did not understand what was going on.
  • River of Wine – Yep, another Sunny Chan and Linda Chung pairing again. Not the most interesting storyline but it was a lively battle between the two sides. I actually found the relationship between Sung Ching Yiu and Ting Ka Pik to very interesting. (7/10)
  • Wax and Wane – A battle for greed, such a typical TVB plot. LOL, I actually find myself  watching the character’s relationship than watching the plot development. I was just rooting for Peace and Gary’s relationship. Yeah, now this drama has a lot of inter-relationships. (7/10)
  • Super Snoops – It was funny and I really enjoyed the take of investigative cases during a pre-modern period. I love the humour and funny elements. (7/10)
  • The Life and Times of a Sentinel – Great acting from Steven Ma. He and Kenneth Ma had great chemistry. I found the plot to be quite interesting and compelling. It was definitely one of the better ancient dramas of 2011. (7.5/10)
  • The Other Truth – I also really enjoyed this. At some moment, I found it more enjoyable than Ghetto Justice. The cases here were more “realistic” in a sense. I loved the chemistry that Tavia had with both Raymond and Ruco. (9/10)
  • The Rippling Blossom – The plot was interesting and I just loved it more that there was some interesting sceneries. The plot is different and interesting which I enjoy. I love the relationship between Yue Chi Ying and Keung Keung. They are adorable together and their ending is just sweet! (8/10)
  • Yes, Sir. Sorry, Sir! – The school is just ridiculous. Actually, the entire storyline is just hilarious. I actually found the love square amusing to watch though my heart broke for Miss Koo when she discovered that she just a chess piece and nothing else. (8.5/10)


  • Daddy Good Deeds – Another collaboration from Linda Chung and Steven Ma. I am always happy to see them on screen but this time their storyline didn’t have the love connection that their previous collaborations had. Ahahahas, I think they have more connection when they meet randomly and have their inital bicker with each other before falling in love. (7.5/10)
  • Divas in Distress – Hilarious! I just can’t take any part of this drama seriously, even when it is supposed to be serious. I am just loving Mandy Wong and Him Law as a couple here. They just light have wonderful chemistry together. Another stand out was So Gei; he just created an even more humorous atmosphere. I actually enjoy all of the relationships here though I found Ying Hung and Sing Ho’s feud lacked intensity. (8.5/10)
  • Ghetto Justice II – It just dropped from” the previous season. It was too “community” focused that it lacked the law essence that it had in season one. I do appreciate that TVB made the sequel because it is the best sequel, in terms of sequels. Hahahahas! I also loved how majority of the characters played the some role and how previous characters still influence the characters in this season. (8/10)
  • Give Me 1 Minute To Say I Love You – I like the take on a new and kind of refreshing storyline. It was nice to see a fresh pairing and it was even better to see that Raymond and Eliza can connect with each other. I also enjoyed how the plot was easy to comprehend. (8/10) 
  • Gloves Come Off – I had high hopes for Sap Yat and Donna actually spending some time together. I really wanted to see them having more chemistry together. I also enjoyed the boxing aspect but not Buddy’s bad actions. Ahahahaas, he always plays such similar characters. (7.5/10)
  • Highs and Lows – This is my first time seeing a drama that is solely based on narcotics so it was a different experience for me. I enjoyed the plot, though it did went a bit haywire as it headed into the second half. It also greatly resembled Lives of Omission. I really enjoyed Kate’s role and the chemistry of the cast. (9/10)
  • House of Harmony and Vengeance – Dancing, just in a colourful and eye-catching form, using knives and swords. It was good acting but the storyline didn’t have much drawing attention. (7.5/10)
  • King Maker – I am not really into ancient dramas, especially those that involve the imperial palace. Half the time that I was watching it, I didn’t even know what it was about. Though the acting skills and storyline is superior. (7.5/10)
  • L’Escargot – The love triangle/square just threw me off. I liked how it was focused about houses but then the love relationship just made this too unrealistic. (7/10)
  • Let It Be Love – Ummmm, what’s with the storyline? It just didn’t touch me in any way. The acting skills from the actors are good but the story did nothing to live up it the acting. No matter how good the acting was, the storyline dragged the drama downwards. (4/10)
  • No Good Either Way – It was an unsuccessful attempt at recreating office politics. It also employed some really corny humour that didn’t really work. (6.5/10)
  • Queens of Diamonds and Hearts – It really did not make good use of the actors and the humour just didn’t work. The storyline just didn’t work. He didn’t share much chemistry with his leading ladies. (7/10)
  • Sergeant Tabloid – Cute couple! They never crossed my mind to be a couple but surprising they matched. I was disappointed with their lack of romantic development though. The whole drama just had too much other issues conflicting with their relationship. (8/10)
  • Silver Spoons, Sterling Shackles – Hmmm, I actually found myself more looking forward to Jimmy and Choi Yuet’s relationship as well as Hou Yee and Dat Ji’s relationship than everything else that was going on. However, in saying so, I did find the context of this drama to be very interesting and how everything interlinks with each other. The start of the drama was good but then the later half started to run downhill and furthermore, this drama does not contain the complications required to create a spectacular drama. (7.5/10)
  • The Confidant – Even though I am not fond of historical dramas, I found this one to be very interesting. It did ended up being quite draggy though, but if you actually understand the context, it would make much more sense and appear not so draggy. (8/10)
  • The Hippocratic Crush – I loved this! This made me teary and Tavia does not fail to connect with Kenneth. They showed amazing chemistry and the supporting characters were also very moving. I loved the plot and how each of the characters all played a part to influence one another. (11/10) 
  • The Last Steep Ascent – A sweet love story that is based on a real love story where a man who is ten years Sun Yuet junior falls for her. Problem here is that Moses does not appear to be ten years younger than Maggie but that doesn’t matter because the plot develops really well. I really like the connection between the start and the end of the drama. Though, I did felt that there was too much drama going on and not much development for Sun Yuet and Miu Tin’s relationship which did not occur until the last ep. (8.5/10)
  • Three Kingdoms RPG – I was disappointed with the role that Tavia played. To an extent, she only had an supporting role. I was also disappointed by the animation used. It just appeared unreal and made TVB look cheap. But I will give brownie points for Raymond Lam, Tavia Yeung and Kenneth Ma being there. (8/10)
  • Tiger Cubs – Action? Guns? Super handsome guys? Check, check, check! What’s not to love about this drama? It was unique in every way and contained episodes that told different stories which I am a sucker for. (9.5/10)
  • Wish and Switch  – It was good for the first half then it started heading downhill with the switch. I only enjoyed it because of Selina and Vincent. Ahahahahas. (6.5/10)
  • Witness Insecurity – It was a really successful spin-off off the character of Miss Koo from Yes Sir, Sorry Sir. It was a sweet romance that I did not find the relationship blossoming until the very very very last scene. Their relationship had a very non-existent, yet existent progress. (8.5/10)


  • A Change of Heart (AKA A Good Heart Goes Haywire) – The first five eps were good but then after that it all started going downhill and by the time it reached the end it had reached rock bottom. Despite this, it really showcased some great acting skills. (5/10)
  • A Great Way to Care II – I loved the first 5 eps and Tavia showed what a beautiful and versatile actress she is. Unfortunately, the drama fell downhill from the first 5 eps. I was disappointed that there wasn’t nearly as much focus on the psychology aspect as the police aspect. I was soon doubting that this was a psychological drama. (7/10)
  • Always and Ever – There was great acting but it the plot didn’t gel together. I enjoyed the first era (Song Dynasty) the most but the pre-modern era was quite difficult to get through. (6/10)
  • Awfully Lawful – It wasn’t my cup of tea. I did not understand how the law theme even fits into the plot, because let me tell you, there wasn’t much of that happening. However, I did enjoy the chemistry between the leading men. (5.5/10)
  • Beauty at War – **dropped after 6 eps because I had no idea what was going on! Its storyline was really complicated and there were just too many characters all battling to tell their own story.
  • Bounty Lady – I really enjoyed it! It was really funny and there were some really good acting. The drama flowed really well from top to bottom. The writing was really smooth. (8/10)
  • Brother’s Keeper – I really enjoyed it and I loved the acting that Ruco gave. He did really well in his role. It’s just a shame that his screentime with Linda was very limited because they have great chemistry together. (9/10)
  • Bullet Brain – Even with TV King Wayne Lai, nothing could have been done to lift this drama from its sunken state. Boringggggggg. (2/10)
  • Friendly Fire – I loved this drama, especially the evenly spread focus on both the legal side and the romantic side. I loved watching Tavia and Michael playing a couple because they have wonderful chemistry! I also really loved Sharon and Sammy playing a couple because they were so adorably sweet! (8.5/10)
  • Inbound Troubles – I unexpectedly found myself really enjoying this drama. It was light-hearted and an easy watch. It was nice watching Wong Cho Lam in his role and I applaud him for writing the script for this drama. I also love how all of the characters have chemistry with each. (7.5/10)
  • Karma Rider – The music stole the show for me! (: I found this drama to be so-so, I couldn’t really position my like towards it. I actually quite enjoyed the premise of the drama, and how each character got their own ending. (6/10)
  • Missing You – To be blunt, Jason Chan did not deliver in his first leading role, and also the storyline was a bit iffy between the leading couple. However, I loved the flow of majority of this cases, though I would have wished that there was more of an interaction between the leading couple to actually tie in the drama together, because their relationship development was really really late and almost chemistry-less. (5.5/10)
  • Reality Check – Loved the many relationships present, especially the mother-son relationships but from ep five onwards, the drama started to veer away from the inital concept of the drama of documentation of country life. I also would have liked more development between Summer and May. (6/10)
  • Season of Love – Loved and not so loved some of the stories. However, what I did love is that each story is short and so it allowed total focus on the total relationship development. My favourite story was the Autumn season; it was nicely developed and I loved the concept of having a second chance. (6.5/10) 
  • Slow Boat Home – It was nice to see Selena playing a leading role and I appreciated the different atmosphere that the drama provided. It was also nice to see that Aimee has improved a lot with her acting skills. However, plot wise the drama was only so-so. (5/10)
  • The Day of Days – It was a quite nice to see Sonjia leading again, and she delivered in her role. I wasn’t too fond of the either of the relationship developments but it was acceptable. (7/10)
  • The Hippocratic Crush II (AKA On Call 36 Hours II) – This is my most anticipated series of the year. I loved the first series and so this had a high barrier to jump over. (9.5/10)
  • Triumph in the Skies II – I enjoyed the concept as well as the different location shoots and I loved some of the character *coughCaptainCoolcough*. However, the let down was the plot; there were a number of draggy relationships and to top it off, it really makes you wonder what is in the mind of those characters. (8/10)
  • Will Power – There was great acting but I didn’t enjoy the writing of the drama. It didn’t hold me in to want to watch the drama. (7.5/10)


  • Coffee Cat Mama – I guess it was quite cute but the drama lacked substance with a bit too much of this and that happening at once. While I adore Eliza’s bubbly persona, she is still too raw to headline a drama. (5/10)
  • Queen Divas – I didn’t enjoy it much and got bored of it quite quickly. I didn’t even get to finish it, I think I was three eps from finishing it? (4/10)
  • Swipe Tap Love – This was such an underrated drama but in my eyes it was an amazing drama! I loved it a lot; it was simple but packed so much! I didn’t think that TVB can do something like this but it did and I’m glad to have come across this drama! Oh, and can I just say that the dog and the child actor is just the cutest!? (8.5/10)
  • The Return of the Silver Tongue – **dropped halfway through. While I could have enjoyed it for what it was worth, I didn’t. The plot was pretty senseless and both the leads played characters very similar to previous roles. (5/10)
Hong Kong Movies/Short-movies (represented with a #) That I Have Seen
  • Break Up Club – It must have been me but I found the movie did not flow well and there was a lot of scenes that feels very un-movie-like. However, I did like the chemistry between Fiona Sit and Jaycee Chan. (7/10)
  • Don’t Go Breaking My Heart – Good thing that it didn’t break my heart. It was a pretty watch seeing two guys fight for the one girl. The three leads had really good chemistry which made watching really enjoyable. (8.5/10)
  • Love Is Not All Around – I liked it because it offered some sizzling chemistry between the leads. They really connected and brought the movie to life. The supporting leads did a great job in holding up the movie. (8/10)
  • Mr. and Mrs. Gambler – Chapman To and Fiona Sit make a very good pairing. I loved their onscreen presence and how that reflected on-screen. It was a very amusing movie to watch. (8.5/10)
  • Perfect Wedding – It definitely wasn’t perfect but it was a sweet watch. I am all for happy wedding endings so it was nice to see a movie based around weddings (7/10)
  • The Years Are Like Songs – The acting were cringe-worthy but then again, they actors are composed of singers with no experience in acting. Despite being very short, the drama had a very clear direction. (5.5/10)

One thought on “Hong Kong Dramas and Movies

  1. videos viki December 24, 2016 at 4:28 am Reply

    nice article

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