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reviewed ONG-BAK 2: The Beginning. March 16, 2010
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   If ever there was a film I was looking forward to, other than DRAG ME TO HELL, it was ONG-BAK 2. Tony Jaa's Muay Thai left no doubt in my mind that he was going to leave a long trail of great …
reviewed The Matrix. March 13, 2010
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(I suppose this belongs here too.)      There are two concepts mentioned in The Matrix which are important to its analysis.  But curiously the specific names for those concepts …
reviewed Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon. February 27, 2010
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Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon DVD
It's been a decade since Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon first came out, and there have been dozens of copycat and other Chinese epic movies in the meantime, but this one is still the best. Crouching Tiger, …
reviewed Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon. February 27, 2010
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Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon DVD
It's been a decade since Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon first came out, and there have been dozens of copycat and other Chinese epic movies in the meantime, but this one is still the best. Crouching Tiger, …
reviewed Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon. February 27, 2010
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Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon DVD
It's been a decade since Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon first came out, and there have been dozens of copycat and other Chinese epic movies in the meantime, but this one is still the best. Crouching Tiger, …
reviewed The Transporter. February 22, 2010
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The Transporter
If you like James Bond, you'll probably also like Transporter. It's got quite a bit of action, including some really over the top (but nonetheless cool) scenes. At times, it seems the stunt coordinators …
reviewed The Transporter Collection. February 22, 2010
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The Transporter Collection
If you like James Bond, you'll probably also like Transporter. It's got quite a bit of action, including some really over the top (but nonetheless cool) scenes. At times, it seems the stunt coordinators …
reviewed Kung Fu Rascal. February 11, 2010
Kung Fu Rascal
   KUNG FU RASCALS is one of those rare gems you used to be able to discover with some regularity in the early days of made-for-video releases. Co-written, produced,directed by, and accidentally …
reviewed The Last Samurai (movie). December 29, 2009
Last Samurai
When I first saw this movie I didn't like the concept, I didn't like the idea of an American solider turning on his kind to fight with the enemy. Boy was I in mature! Now seeing it again now more mature …
reviewed Shotokan Karate. December 22, 2009
Shotokan Karate
Back in 1977 I noticed on my college campus that there was a Shotokan Karate club that met regularly.  I had no clue as to the differences between the martial arts and certainly why Shotokan was …
reviewed No Retreat No Surrender 3: Blood Brot.... December 14, 2009
No Retreat No Surrender 3: Blood Brothers
First let's get something out of the way: NO RETREAT NO SURRENDER 3 has nothing at all to do with either NRNS or it's "sequel" NRNS2, which also had nothing to do with the original film aside …
reviewed War (2007). December 09, 2009
War (Widescreen Edition) (2007)
   This poorly directed movie is also a big letdown as the viewer is looking for an epic fight between the two biggest martial arts stars that never really happens (they fight uninspired for …
reviewed The Princess Bride (1987 film). December 03, 2009
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Pros: Oh everything     Cons: R.O.U.S.es (but I don't believe they exist)     The Bottom Line: Are you kidding? Fencing, fighting, torture, revenge, giants, monsters, …
reviewed The Last Samurai (movie). December 02, 2009
Last Samurai
Directed by Edward Zwick, The Last Samurai a fantastic film set in the 1870's about American Civil war Captain Nathan Algren who travels to Japan to help crush a rebellion of Samurai using firearms.    …
reviewed War (2007). December 02, 2009
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War (Widescreen Edition) (2007)
I'm a huge fan of action movies. I have yet to see a movie with Jet Li or Jason Statham that I didn't like. This was a "keep you on the seat of your pants" movie that kept me entertained until it was …
reviewed The Matrix. December 01, 2009
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When Thomas A Anderson, aka Neo (Keanue Reeves), ends up on the run from the police, and in the same room as legendary fugitive Morpheus (Laurence Fishburne), he must choose if he wants to discover the …
reviewed Kill Bill Vol. 1. October 27, 2009
Kill Bill Vol. 1
   If you liked a movie like Pulp Fiction (I believe it was from Tarantino too) you will definately like this film. It is sliced into chapters that are each individual stories which do not happen …
reviewed Ong-Bak: The Thai Warrior. August 10, 2009
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Ong-Bak is a throwback film to the yesteryear of the glorious reign of Shaw Brothers action films and the rising productions of Golden Harvest. This is a straight forward, hard hitting no holds barred …
reviewed The Transporter. August 08, 2009
The Transporter
The Transporter was a fun action film that was directed by Jet Li's fight director Corey Yuen and it starred Jason Statham. Jason stars as Frank Martin. He's a hired gin who does driving jobs for a hefty …
reviewed Kickboxer. August 04, 2009
Kickboxer
Kickboxer was another in a long line of star vehicles for the "Muscles from Brussels". In this picture J.C.V.D. plays the younger brother of a unbeaten American kick boxer (Dennis Alexio) who …
reviewed OUTLANDER. July 21, 2009
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   It would be easy to dismiss “OUTLANDER” as another direct-to-dvd popcorn snooze, but surprisingly, director Howard McCain effectively mixes in elements of a Norse-based adventure, …
reviewed The Matrix. July 17, 2009
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Splinter in his mind  Kung fu, big guns, and leather  Can he be the one?
reviewed Kill Bill Vol. 2. July 11, 2009
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Kill Bill Vol. 2
Kill Bill Volume 1 wasn't a movie for everyone.  It had a lot of action.  In the midst of that action there wasn't much story... but it was there.  Tarantino just needed to find a way to …
reviewed Kill Bill Vol. 1. July 11, 2009
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Kill Bill Vol. 1
Quentin Tarantino is most well known for his film Pulp Fiction, released in 1994.  It's perhaps one of the biggest cult classics of all time.  After that Quentin Tarantino made Jackie Brown …
reviewed Blade. May 17, 2009
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Blade is the first film of the Blade franchise. Loosley based upon a character that appeared in Tomb of Dracula. Blade (Wesley Snipes) is the son of a vampire. Half human and half vampire, he's what you …
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