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Saturday, February 11

Movie review: From Vegas to Macau 3

There's really no sane reason reason I would jump right into the third installment of a nosediving franchise where Wong Jing is happily cannibalizing his cinematic entrails for the sake of Mainland money. But, hey, there hasn't been a review of a new release on here for a while and we need some content, so away we go.

Full review here

Tuesday, January 31

Movie review: Cold War 2

Though we weren't a big fan of the pro-China propaganda prominently featured in Cold War, no could deny the power of the performances and kinetic action sequences. Thankfully, the sequel cuts out a lot of the fat and political tinges, leaving a lean and mean action/drama that'll please most fans of the region's cinema.

Full review here

Wednesday, December 28

Movie review: Railroad Tigers

Once upon a time, the mere notion of a Jackie Chan movie coming out would be a cause celebre. Now, sadly, it really ends up being a small blip on most moviegoers radar, even for those who have been long invested in the cinematic shenananigans and upward highlights of one once young Mr. Chan.

Full review here

Sunday, December 25

Movie review: The Monkey King 2

Quite possibly the umpteenth adaptation of the popular classic Chinese novel Journey to the West, Soi Cheang's The Monkey King 2 may be a little too specific in both source and summation for more casual viewers, but for fans of the story and/or high-flying CGI-fueled wire-fu, the film offers a fun (if a bit immature and brainless) ride.

Full review here

Saturday, December 17

Movie review: Raging Angels

Many low-budget Hong Kong action movie releases that came out after the territory's 1997 handover to China have faded into obscurity. Frankly, most of the films in this category probably deserve this, but 1998's Raging Angels would most likely be an exception for most fans of the "girls with guns" archetype.

Full review here

Saturday, December 3

Movie review: Call of Heroes

Benny Chan isn't a household name, but as a director, he's been behind quite a few good movies. His latest release, the Mainland/Hong Kong co-production Call of Heroes, teams him with the legendary Sammo Hung as the action director and has a solid cast. Does the end result match up to the fairly impressive pedigree?

Full review here

Thursday, November 17

Updated review: The Legend of Bruce Lee

Well Go USA has recently released the first in a series of DVDs with episodes from this 2008 television show about the life of Bruce Lee. We've updated our review of the 2010 condensed release by Lionsgate with information about Well Go's discs. Does the additional footage make this a worthy purchase for fans of the Little Dragon?

Full review here

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