It's that time of the year again as we welcome the year of the Pig this time. A time where we gather for great food, meet up with irritable relatives, endless house visits and yes, CNY theme movies!
To make things easier for our readers to make their choices, we have compiled the latest, hottest movies showing at your nearest cineplex.
GONG XI FA CAI!
(This sequel may be darker and grittier, but there are still plenty of zany moments and is definitely still as AWESOME as ever!)
(Han shifts this film quickly into the right gear, and pulls ahead with expert handling of comedic timing and wacky fun)
(As poignant a finish as you can imagine, this concluding chapter boasts the series' signature breathtaking visuals, while soaring through new dramatic turns of co-existence between man and beast)
(So what if Jackie Chan hardly fights at all here? We guarantee you'll still have plenty of fun with Chan at his playful best)
(Not your typical wholesome family-friendly Chinese New Year comedy, Pang Ho-cheung's 'Missbehavior' is a laugh-out-loud, irreverent and even raunchy affair that you'll thoroughly enjoy with your friends)
(A strong and intriguing setup that is ultimately undermined by some ludicrous narrative twists, 'Integrity' proves the writing-directing duo Alan Mak and Felix Chong are better off together than in solo))
(Watch this in IMAX or 3D vision to maximise your enjoyment of the movie because the visuals are the saving grace of this move)
(It's made for the kids for the Lunar New Year season, and as long as they love it, who are we to say otherwise?)
(Nowhere near as funny, but twice as melodramatic, as the original, Stephen Chow's remake of one of his own classics is a dull, pointless retread that is hardly what you'll expect from a king of comedy)
(Contrary to its title, there is nothing worth treasuring, or even remembering, about this string of lame gags that wastes the sheer amount of Hong Kong veteran talent it had assembled)
(To be fair, it contains a nice message but mostly, it’s deprived of laughs and fun and the horrid dubbing doesn’t help)
(Neither funny or thrilling, Jack Neo's first action comedy - as this is billed - is an utter misfire)