In the movie world, two decades means any number of excellent - and disastrous films - get released to the public.
To help you make sense of the franchise, here is some vital information, and nuggets of trivia, you never knew about one of the world's most popular make-believe world.
Actor-turned-singer Cherry Ngan Cheuk-ling was just 15 when she got her big movie break. Here's the story about the audition that changed her life
With your textbooks set aside (not in the bin, please), what better way to celebrate freedom than with a trip to the cinema with your friends?
Deep down, I’m a huge, huge, fan of the Pirates of the Caribbean franchise. It’s unapologetically farcical, imminently quotable (“We named the monkey Jack,” anyone?), and has Johnny Depp acting ... well, Johnny Depp-ish, but with dreadlocks and a lot more guyliner.
Based on a 2013 novel of the same name, The Circle, starring Emma Watson and Tom Hanks, feels like the perfect example of how an amazing cast can be dragged down by terrible writing.
When you combine the acting talents of Sean Lau Ching-wan, Louis Koo Tin-lok, and Gordon Lam Ka-tung, you get local blockbuster Dealer/Healer, based on the true story of a gangster-turned-preacher, who spreads the word of God to his brotherhood.
Alien: Covenant was released in Hong Kong last week, but the first movie in this (currently) six-film franchise came out in 1979 ... way before any of you were born. To catch you up on the Alien universe, here's the lowdown.
Hong Kong’s talented stars have made some amazing movies over the years, so we bring you a look at 10 of the best
Forget the Disney cartoon, the 2004 epic starring Clive Owen, or the original Arthurian legends – King Arthur: Legend of the Sword is the latest take on the mythical English king.
While the Alien films may fit the stereotype of a “guy movie”, one thing that doesn’t get as much press is the fact that the lead role of Ellen Ripley (Sigourney Weaver) from the earlier films was initially written for a man.