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Ip Man 2010 Review: The film is incredibly well paced with almost constant action

Centering on Ip Man’s migration to Hong Kong in 1949 as he attempts to propagate his discipline of Wing Chun martial arts. The first Ip…

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Treasure Hunt Review: Well made, coherent and well, entertaining

This fun, frothy and occasionally full on violent concoction mashes so many genres together its surprising ‘Treasure Hunt’ turned out this well made, coherent and…

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Ghosts Of Mars Review: The cast is full of geektastic actors

Ghosts Of Mars may have been one of John Carpenter’s lesser works. But that doesn’t mean there aren’t lots of remarkable things about it… Back…

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Momentum 2015 Review: The final portion of the film is enjoyable

Intended to be the entry point in a series of films. Momentum, directorial debut of Stephen Campanelli, feels less like the start of something and more…

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The Bank Job 2009 Review: Jason Statham is fantastic

The Bank Job is certainly one of Statham’s best movies with great performances, tension and authenticity. Self-reformed petty criminal Terry Leather (Jason Statham) has become…

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Riot 2015 Review: The film offers nothing new in the form of originality, or clever filmmaking

Cop Jack Stone robs a Russian mob bank to end in the same prison as the mob boss killing Jack’s wife. An inmate helps him…

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Blood Father 2016 Review: Mel Gibson’s film has some build to it and action set pieces to deliver

Mel Gibson wears his emotions on his sleeve and there’s no room for calm in this guy. He’s a man of action. He has some…

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Helios Review: There is quite an interesting fight between Nick Cheung and Janice Man

At first glance “Helios” seems to be an action thriller that wants to follow in the footsteps of Hollywood blockbusters. An international crisis, weapon dealers,…

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22 Bullets Review: The film is an essentially harmless, enjoyable experience

After being left for dead with 22 bullets riddled in his body. A retired mobster somehow survives and sets out to gain revenge on the…

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The Expendables 2012 Review: Sylvester Stallone blows a lot of stuff up

Sylvester Stallone’s blood and guts adventure draws much of its visual power from a little-known biological phenomenon. When a human body is shot, stabbed or…

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