Category: Action / Aventure

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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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Posted in Action / Aventure Great Movies

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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The Italian Job 2003 Review: Based on the 1969 film with Michael Caine and Noel Coward

“The Italian Job” is a remake of the 1969 film with Michael Caine and Noel Coward. “The Thomas Crown Affair” was originally made in 1968…

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The One Review: Jet Li’s film is packing a lot of action

Almost never a good thing when someone says, “You got a pretty mouth”. Be it either in film or real life. If you hear those…

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Posted in Action / Aventure Fantasy / Historical

Abigail Review: The greatest detriment to this film was the dialogue and line delivery

Abigail lives in a city whose borders were closed because of an epidemic and Abby’s father was one of the sick. Going against the authorities…

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Posted in Action / Aventure Thriller / Horror

Shark Night 3D Review: How much was pay for this script?

You know what sucks acolytes? When your beloved savior The Black Saint decides to take a vacation for 10 days in a week where three…

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Posted in Action / Aventure Thriller / Horror

Howl 2015 Review: This isn’t a bad film

Ultimately, Howl has to be considered a disappointment. Howl is the second film directed by Paul Hyett. Starring: Ed Speelers, Duncan Preston, Sean Pertwee. Who made…

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Posted in Action / Aventure Drama / Romance / Comedy Thriller / Horror

Vampire Cleanup Department Review: The action and comedy work well together

After a decade filled with the undead and glowing, girly vampires, it’s time for some classic horror. And we’re not talking lycans and mutated monsters….

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