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‘F9 International Box Office: The Movie Breaks the Sound Barrier

F9 hasn’t yet been released in the U.S., but it’s already speeding to the top of the box office charts elsewhere. Following the latest Fast and Furious installment’s…

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Monsters at Work Trailer: What Happened After Monsters, Inc.?

There’s some new monsters in charge. Mike and Sulley are taking over Monsters Inc. and turning it into a laugh factory. But that changes things…

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A Walk among the Tombstones 2014 Review: The film is a gloomy crime film developed in slow pace

Private investigator Matthew Scudder is hired by a drug kingpin to find out who kidnapped and murdered his wife. In 1991, In New York, Matt…

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The Tigers 1991 Review: An Entertaining action-thriller

Entertaining action-thriller that feels too implausible to be more than a passing time-waster. A surprisingly dark and gritty crime thriller that taxes your sympathy as…

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Iceman 2004 Review: Donnie Yen returns with the bewildering and sometimes entertaining action-comedy

Donnie Yen returns with the bewildering and sometimes entertaining action-comedy Iceman 3D. A 3D (duh) remake of the 1989 film Iceman Cometh starring Yuen Biao and Maggie Cheung. Iceman…

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‘American Gladiators’ Has a ’30 for 30′ Documentary

ESPN has released some of the best sports documentaries out there with their ongoing 30 for 30 series. Last year, they tackled Bruce Lee with Be Water. The…

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Double Tap 2000 Review: The film is entertaining until the very last minute

Double Tap is a nice Hong Kong thriller that offers a lot of drama and reminds us of why the movies of the former British…

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‘Imprisoned: Survival Guide for Rich and Prodigal’ 2005 Review: An interesting and unique Hong Kong film

Imprisoned: Survival Guide for Rich and Prodigal is adapted from a Hong Kong internet novel.  The first half of the movie is a comedic portrayal…

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Transporter 2005 Review: Jason Statham and Kate Nauta look fantastic

Mercenary Frank Martin (Jason Statham) has accepted a job that seems easy enough, as chauffeur and bodyguard to young Jack (Hunter Clary), son of crusading…

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Two Knives Out Sequels: The Movie Get Setup at Netflix

It’s official, Netflix is nearing a deal to create not one, but two sequels to the hit movie, Knives Out. In a bombshell deal, Netflix…

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