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The Transporter 2002 Review: Definitely worth a watch for some old school and new school action mixed together

The Transporter is an important action movie which helped establish Jason Statham as the newest badass on the block and 10 years later, he still has no…

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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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Overdrive Review: Scott Eastwood plays as a professional car thief

Scott Eastwood continues to follow in father Clint’s footsteps but this forgettable actioner shows he’s not there yet. Scott Eastwood is clearly being primed for the…

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The Kung Fu Cult Master Review: Fast, furious, frenetic, and fundamentally forgettable

An overly confusing plot weighs down this Wong Jing flying kung-fu extravaganza, which was based on Jin Yong’s novel “Heaven Sword and Dragon Sabre” (Yi…

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Fong Sai Yuk 2 Review: This is definitely an entertaining film that is worth catching

For fans of Jet Li, the original ‘Fong Sai Yuk’ remains one of his best loved films. And also one of the most financially lucrative….

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‘Mojin: The Lost Legend’ 2015 Review: This film has little in common with Chonicles of the Ghostly Tribe

Three months after Lu Chuan’s Chronicles of the Ghostly Tribe comes another adaptation of Tianxia Bachang’s 2006 best-selling (but never translated in English) series of eight novels, Ghost Blows Out…

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The Forbidden Kingdom Review: A Wuxia film Starring Jackie Chan and Jet Li

The central character in The Forbidden Kingdom, Jason Tripitikas, is an adolescent boy obsessed with kung fu films.  However, despite the boy’s preoccupation. And an…

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Call of Heroes 2016 Review: Ching Wan Lau, Wu Jing and Louis Koo as the protagonists and with a budget of $32 million

Featuring Sammo Hung as the action director. Benny Chan as the director. Ching Wan Lau, Wu Jing and Louis Koo as the protagonists and with…

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Siberia Review: Keanu Reeves plays a diamond smuggler in icy crime thriller movie

For years, the most enduring urban legend about Keanu Reeves has been that he ‘donated’ approximately 90% of his $100 million earnings from the Matrix…

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Once Upon a Time in China Review: The Best Wong Fei-Hong Role From Jet Li

Required viewing for any Hong Kong Cinema fan. While long-winded and overstuffed. The film still provides terrific action sequences and a healthy history lesson. Once…

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