Quentin Tarantino

Director Ringo Lam returns to form with 'Wild City'

Best known in the U.S. as the filmmaker whose "City on Fire" inspired Quentin Tarantino's "Reservoir Dogs," Ringo Lam hasn't made a feature since the 2003 direct-to-video Jean-Claude Van Damme vehicle, "In Hell." Lam did partake in the 2007 triptych "Triangle," but the state of Hong Kong filmmaking has since transformed completely. Fans will be thrilled that the auteur hasn't missed a beat with "Wild City," although he appears to be making the same concessions to the Chinese market as his contemporaries. T-man (Louis Koo), a disgraced cop who now runs a bar in Hong Kong, unwittingly winds up as the designated driver for...