The power-pop genre resuscitator and all-around mogul Tsui Hark used to be thought of as Hong Kong's Steven Spielberg. As the man who discovered John Woo, introduced Chow Yun-fat, reinvented Jet Li, and fired King Hu, Tsui is certainly a formidable producer. As a filmmaker, however, he has less in common with Spielberg than with Brian De Palma—another mix-and-match magpie who is addicted to showy set pieces and always willing to sacrifice coherence on the altar of... More >>>