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Upcoming Feature Film: Mortal Kombat 2021

Release Date: January 2021 Directed By: Simon McQuoid List of Characters Hiroyuki Sanada … Hanzo Hasashi / Scorpion Mehcad Brooks … Major Jackson ‘Jax’ Briggs Tadanobu Asano … Raiden Josh Lawson … Kano Ludi Lin … Liu Kang Chin Han … Shang Tsung Joe Taslim … Bi-Han / Sub-Zero Sisi Stringer … Mileena John Flanagan…

The Matrix Movie Review

STARRING: Keanu Reeves DIRECTED BY: Larry and Andy Wachowski RELEASE DATE: March 31, 1999 GENRE: Action / SCI-FI The Matrix, Starring Keanu Reeves, is a science fiction film about a world created as an illusion to distract mankind. The movie set a different kind of mark in the entertainment industry, becoming one of the most…

Old Boy Movie Review

STARRING: Choi Min-Sik DIRECTED BY: Park Chan-Wook RELEASE DATE: November 21, 2003 I was truly amazed when I first saw this wicked-crazy demented work of art. Old Boy is a film about a man, Oh Dae-su(Choi Min-sik), who is kidnapped and imprisoned for 15 years without knowing why. The cell he is trapped in resembles…

Equilibrium Movie Review

STARRING: CHRISTIAN BALE DIRECTED BY: KURT WIMMER RELEASE DATE: FEBRUARY 26, 2OO3 Set in the future, year 2072, Equilibrium is a movie about a totalitarian society where the people are not allowed to “feel”. A world where one cannot express, enjoy, or live, with the regular human emotions that come from everyday life. Reading, along…

The Raid Movie Review

Starring: Iko Uwais Directed By: Gareth Evans Year: 2011 The Raid, also known as The Raid: Redemption, is an Indonesian action movie starring Iko Uwais. Uwais plays Rama, a special tactics officer who is a Silat practitioner, and expert martial artist. He joins a team of 20 other elite tactical officers, all are also expert…

Enter The Dragon Movie Review

Starring: Bruce Lee Directed By: Robert Clouse Year: 1973 In 1973 Bruce Lee starred and produced arguable the best martial arts film ever made, Enter the Dragon. Directed by Robert Clouse, the film was a joint American and Hong Kong production filmed in Hong Kong, premiering in the United States just one month after Lee’s…

The Way Of The Dragon Movie Review

Starring: Bruce Lee Directed By: Bruce Lee Year: 1972 In 1972, the legendary Bruce Lee directed his first and only complete film, The Way of The Dragon, in which he also starred, co-produced, and wrote. This was Chuck Norris’s first debut film which was credited as his big break in the acting industry. The film…

The 36th Chamber Of Shaolin

Starring: Gordon Liu Directed By: Lau Kar-leung Year: 1978 Gordon Liu plays Liu Yude, a young student who want’s to learn Shaolin kung fu to avenge the death of his family and friends. He is rejected at first by the Shaolin monks, however the chief abbot was merciful and allowed him to stay. Yude began…

The Master a/k/a 3 Evil Masters Movie Review

Starring: Chen Kuan-tai, Wang Lung Wei, Yuen Tak Directed by: Lu Chin Ku Year: 1980 The Master a/k/a 3 Evil Masters, is a tale of redemption from a martial arts master, Jin Tien-yun (Chen Kuan-tai) who seeks refuge after getting injured and escaping from a battle with 3 evil masters. The injured master barely makes…

Fist Of Legend Movie Review

STARRING: JET LI DIRECTED BY: GORDON CHAN YEAR: 1994 In 1994 the world was introduced to one of the greatest martial arts movie of all time, Fist of Legend, starring Jet Li. Li has stamped his mark in the martial arts movie industry, standing toe to toe with the legendary Bruce Lee. This was actually…

Ip Man Movie Review

Starring: Donnie Yen Directed By: Wilson Yip Year: 2008 Set in Foshan during the 1930’s, Ip Man is the story of Bruce Lee’s teacher and mentor, Wing Chun grandmaster Ip Man, played by Donnie Yen. The film depicts the life of Ip and the struggles everyone in Foshan faced during the Japanese invasion of 1937.…

Flash Point Movie Review

Starring: Donnie Yen Directed By: Wilson Yip Year: 2007 Donnie Yen shows us why he’s still one of the best martial artist on film today in the action packed box office hit, Flash Point. If you are a fan of mixed martial arts this one will definitively satisfy the well-rounded hunger. Yen plays a police…

The Prodigal Son Movie Review

Starring: Yuen Biao Directed by: Sammo Hung Year: 1981 Set in Foshan in the mid 1900’s, The Prodigal Son features Yuen Biao starring as Leung Chang, a self proclaimed martial artist who comes from a rich family, and is not as good as he thinks he is when it comes to kung fu. Chang believes…


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