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Gen-Y Cops Review: The sequel of Gen-X Cops

The law of film-making states that if a film is a big box-office success. The immediate plan is to make a sequel to recapture the…

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Wolf Warrior 2 Review: Beautiful, violent action film from Wu Jing

Wolf Warrior II, the sequel of Wolf Warrior (Chien Lang 1), is a patriotic superhero film that features and is directed by Wu Jing. And it’s such a massive…

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Posted in Action / Aventure Martial Art

Not enough of Jackie Chan in The Knight Of Shadows: Between Yin And Yang

The story: The boundary between the world of humans and monsters has collapsed. And hordes of demons are pouring into the human realm. A legendary…

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Accident 2009: The Hong Kong psychological thriller that not quite thrilling enough

The Brain and his cohorts Fatty, Woman, and Uncle are hired assassins that kill people by staging accidents. When one of the assignments goes wrong….

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Posted in Action / Aventure Great Movies

Switch 2013 Review: Andy Lau Teams up with Lin Chiling in Chinese spy thriller

The facepalm of the year. Mega-budget spy thriller starring Andy Lau astounds in how illogical, senseless and just plain terrible it is. Possesses some of…

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Posted in Action / Aventure Martial Art

Bruce Lee My Brother Review: A biographical martial arts drama movie directed by Raymond Yip

Will this Biopic have you leaping from your chair in a banshee kind of Bruce Lee wail or will you be left concentrating on the…

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The Captain Review: Andrew Lau’s Fascinating Disaster Movie

After “Operation Mekong” (2016), “Operation Red Sea” (2018), and “The Bravest” (2019), the Chinese cinema industry continues on with the series of epic tales about…

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Posted in Action / Aventure Fantasy / Historical

Kung Fu Monster Review: A lot of movie star but unfunny fantasy comedy

When a foreign kingdom gifts a rare monster to the Ming Emperor. Ocean (Louis Koo) is put in charge of taming it. But evil eunuch…

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Posted in Action / Aventure Martial Art

Shaolin 2011: The Hong Kong martial arts film starring Andy Lau, Nicholas Tse and Jackie Chan

Directed by Benny Chan and starring Andy Lau, Nicholas Tse and Jackie Chan. The Hong Kong martial arts film Shaolin is a story about hate,…

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Posted in Action / Aventure Drama / Romance / Comedy

Skiptrace Review: Jackie Chan plays a Hong Kong cop in Renny Harlin’s Movie

Renny Harlin is one of the most popular directors from Finland, known for making nail-baiting action and adventurous films in the past like Die Hard…

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