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The Italian Job 2003 Review: This is a remake of 1969 film

The 2003 version of The Italian Job is less of a straightforward remake of the 1969 picture than it is a complete re-interpretation. Enough has changed that…

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Colt 45 2014 Review: Well paced and has enough energy

Police corruption is a subject so thoroughly explored in film that it’s difficult to find anything new to say about it. We’re so used to…

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Posted in Action / Aventure Martial Art

Skiptrace Review: Jackie Chan & Johnny Knoxville battle the ravages of age

Jackie Chan gets a new action-comedy partner in Johnny Knoxville for silly but genial adventure “Skiptrace.” “You’re no spring chicken,” says an American gambler to…

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The Hunger Games Review: The movie succeeds as thrilling entertainment

Once upon a time, evil mastermind Suzanne Collins pit “Lord of the Flies,” “The Most Dangerous Game,” “The Truman Show” and “Survivor” against each other…

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Posted in Action / Aventure Thriller / Horror

It Follows Review: Both horror and coming-of-age cinema

It sounds like the stuff of slumber parties, a cautionary tale to be whispered by flashlight or embellished over a flickering flame: Sleep with the…

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Posted in Action / Aventure Thriller / Horror

City Under Siege Review: A Hong Kong science fiction action film directed and co-written by Benny Chan

City Under Siege is a 2010 Hong Kong science fiction action film directed and co-written by Benny Chan. The film follows a group of circus performers…

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Posted in Action / Aventure Great Movies

No Escape Review: Pierce Brosnan’s action movie that worth to watching

One of the more intriguing types of films to me is one that opens my eyes to unfamiliar cultures or climates from around the world. …

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The Thousand Faces of Dunjia Review: Mixture of action and comedy

Every day while CFI’s Hollywood readers take in the business of the Chinese film industry. The actual movies can sometimes seem exotic or remote. But…

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Posted in Action / Aventure Great Movies Science / Sci-Fi

Left Behind Review: Nicolas Cage’s Movie Is Biblical in Its Silliness

“What is this music?” is the very first thing I wrote in my notebook while watching Left Behind. Two pages later, I wrote again, “No, seriously,…

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Posted in Action / Aventure Martial Art

A Man Called Hero 1999 Review: The Film Based on a Famous Comic Book

After ‘The Storm Riders’ proves to be such a huge success at the Hong Kong box office. Director Andrew Lau decided to utilise another comic book…

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