Mar 7, 2014
DVD Review: Direct-to-video 'Dee' prequel is a 2D surprise
As both producer and director - and, to a lesser extent, writer and actor - Tsui Hark has long been one of the most influential and proficient filmmakers in Hong Kong, directing "Peking Opera Blues," the first three "Once Upon a Time in China" entries, "The Blade," and maybe a dozen others and producing "A Better Tomorrow," "The Killer," "A Chinese ... (more)
Dee begins his investigation with Young Detective Dee Rise of the Sea Dragon
The Asian film market is widely known for their martial arts epics, but every so often they step outside the box to blend something more to this genre and creates something special.
New DVDs: Detective Dee, more 'Thrones,' Russian punk activists
One of the most prolific action film directors out of Hong Kong, Tsui Hark, 64, reached the pinnacle of his influence in the mid-1990s with Once Upon a Time in China , an astonishing three-film collaboration with martial arts master Jet Li.
Young Detective Dee: Rise Of The Sea Dragon
In Young Detective Dee: Rise Of The Sea Dragon, director Tsui Hark returns with a second adventure of the Tang Dynasty Sherlock Holmes.
Young Detective Dee: Rise of the Sea Dragon
Judge Michael Nazarewycz was disappointed to learn that this isn't the further adventures of What's Happening!! 's sassy sister Dee.