The films of Zhang Yimou, one of the cinema’s greatest auteurs, and acclaimed Chinese actress
Plurality is hyper kinetic mind warp of a film that needs to be seen to be believed!
Drifting truly is a film that demands to be seen
The Hitman’s Wife’s Bodyguard is the film equivalent of rock & roll. It is obnoxiously, unashamedly loud and makes no apologies.
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
Every once in a while a film comes along that reads so well, you instantly know that you’re going to like it.
Yes I was nervous, but as Brahim said to me: “There’s a first time for everything.”
It is very of its time and back in the early ‘90s Martial Arts in American cinema was more of a kickboxing style.
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.
All in all it`s a solid action film and was surprisingly intriguing and enjoyable.
`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
Koo in great form as a bank robber that takes no prisoners but still has a heart.
Stylistically this work is shot in a very classical way with very beautiful framing, the camera work is almost a character in itself.
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