This should entertain and please those who are fans of the game as well as the Martial Arts genre.
For us this film is pretty close to perfect. The storytelling hooks you from the beginning and its themes are universally accessible
Those Who Wish Me Dead is a throwback to action thrillers from the 90s such as Stallone’s Cliffhanger and shares a resemblance with the the 1998 DTV film Firestorm with Howie Long
We’ve watched a lot of martial arts films in our time and for us Headshot is one of the best we have seen.
Every once in a while a film comes along that reads so well, you instantly know that you’re going to like it.
Those who enjoy a loud, Michael Bay-esque action-disaster film will be very entertained.
This is a thriller that will thrill you
It is very of its time and back in the early ‘90s Martial Arts in American cinema was more of a kickboxing style.
Li (Xiao Yang, Detective Chinatown) and his wife A Yu (Tan Zhuo, The Bravest) run
Marked For Death is a typical 90s action film and very much of its time. It is solid action film and has some nicely staged action scenes.
Under Siege definitely has more of a studio blockbuster feel to it than Seagal’s previous work
Beyond the Dream is the rare and perfect romantic drama.
I still Remember is an inspiring film, it gives you so much hope while watching it.
Heartwarming and compelling family drama
All in all it`s a solid action film and was surprisingly intriguing and enjoyable.
An epic War film with depth heart and passion that is second to none.
`There is a stretch in the Scottish Highlands that is 19,000 acres of dense, ancient woodland. Every year people go missing there… Some leave no Trace`
What also sets this film apart is it’s epic battle finale as you follow each characters journey during the battle, each assassin you’re with them on their journey, you’re emotionally connected to them as they fight
I do love how there is so much heart that shines through within the drama scenes.
Koo in great form as a bank robber that takes no prisoners but still has a heart.
I don’t think that I have ever watched a film like Till We Meet Again where you experience all these emotions on screen.
Stylistically this work is shot in a very classical way with very beautiful framing, the camera work is almost a character in itself.
It is a rip roaring globetrotting martial arts action movie extravaganza and a race for Jackie and his Vanguard to save the world.
Director Won-Chan Hong takes a rather exhausted genre and breathes new life into it
Gamhee asks if she likes meeting up with people as its what we do, Younghwa replies ‘Its needed’ and its such a relevant moment and poignant under the certain circumstances we find ourselves in.
Lindsey Morgan plays Rose as a strong-minded fighter who is as good with her fists as she is with alien-weaponary.
You watch a film like Knuckledust for the fights. These do not disappoint – well choreographed and expertly directed.
The real treat is Nicholas Cage who I haven’t seen this crazy since Terry Wogan interviewed him in 1990 (Go You Tube it, Crazzzzzy)
I have seen some gems of films, that you would not see in a Multiplex. Lucky Grandma, is one such little Gem
Director Walker Whited is someone to keep an eye on, not too many decent thrillers out there these days, directed with the tensity of this.
This is low budget film making, shot in 13 days in Thailand, and with that information in mind is a very impressive little film.
Liam Neeson once again slips into his Taken role that catapulted him into an action star
This entry ties into the previous two well. There are recognizable beats which are present throughout.
With the release of 88 Films Remastered Blu Ray of Operation Condor here are our
Donnie Yen always brings a fresh feel to his work and this is why he is our favourite on screen Martial Artist working today.
Its not all about the action, we have beautifully written characters here, that have depth and are taken on an emotional journey
This is a full on intense journey into horror with a great feeling of unease as the tension mounts into a frenzied, blood soaked, battle for survival.
The universal themes of family and morality make this one of the more accessible of Yen’s back catalogue
As with 80s classics this is a feel-good film