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reviewed Tai Chi Hero. July 29, 2013
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Tai Chi Hero
I wasn’t too fond of Stephen Fung’s “Tai Chi Zero” and so I was very reluctant to continue on with this trilogy with his “Tai Chi Hero”. Honestly, I barely even remember …
reviewed Ip Man: The Final Fight. July 28, 2013
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Ip Man: The Final Fight
Lately, Bruce Lee’s teacher Ip Man has been on the receiving end of many attempts to portray his life to the big screen. The Wilson Yip-Donnie Yen "Ip Man" collaboration brought superficial, …
reviewed New World (Korean film). July 18, 2013
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New World
   I have a long love affair with gangster pictures that stretches back a few decades.  American cinema enthusiasts may think differently, but, for me, there’s no better traditional …
reviewed Dusk Maiden of Amnesia- Complete Coll.... July 18, 2013
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Dusk Maiden of Amnesia (Anime Series)
Manga-anime series adaptations has been a common exercise in Japan. There are those that succeed, and those that don’t, because the manga series had not been concluded before the airing of the anime …
reviewed The Tower (Korean film). July 08, 2013
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The Tower (Korean film)
   In some corners, I can’t offer enough praise for the films coming out of South Korea.  It used to be – back when I just started exploring their flicks – they had the …
reviewed Masquerade (Korean film). July 08, 2013
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Masquerade
“Masquerade” (aka. Gwanghae: The Man Who Became King) is a film based on a real king during the Joseon era. The film is currently the 4th highest grossing Korean film of all time and has earned …
reviewed The Tower (Korean film). July 05, 2013
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The Tower (Korean film)
I wasn’t too impressed with the monster flick “Sector 7”, but I guess I was curious how director Kim Ji-Hoon would fare in a disaster movie. “The Tower” is a film that has …
reviewed Tai Chi Hero. July 01, 2013
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Tai Chi Hero
   Unlike many other critics I know and correspond with, I tend to struggle with traditional martial arts movies.  It isn’t that I don’t like or I don’t find them particularly …
reviewed Fate Stay Night- Collection Two (Anim.... June 24, 2013
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Fate Stay Night- Collection Two
The Holy Grail Wars begin to reach its epic conclusion. After Saber’s defeat of Rider, Shirou (Noriaki Sugiyama) must know dig even deeper to the secrets behind his father’s death and admit …
posted a Quick Tip about Princess Mononoke (1997 Japanese Anim.... June 23, 2013
Princess Mononoke (Dub) (1999)
Hayao Miyazaki any anime .. is awesome. I enjoy anime and he is my favorite directed animator
posted a Quick Tip about High School of the Dead. June 23, 2013
High School of the Dead
I do not understand how people are giving this anime series -1.7 average. everyone that loves horror anime that I know and zombie LOVES this anime series. I have to see who these reviewers are because …
posted a Quick Tip about Princess Mononoke (1997 Japanese Anim.... June 23, 2013
Princess Mononoke (Dub) (1999)
Hayao Miyazaki any anime .. is awesome. I enjoy anime and he is my favorite directed animator
reviewed Nightmare Detective 2. June 21, 2013
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Nightmare Detective 2
Shinya Tsukamoto has both been successful as an actor and as a director. Tsukamoto had starred in horror hits such as “Marebito” and “Ichi the Killer” that had acquired a cult …
reviewed The Four (Chinese film). June 18, 2013
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The Four (Chinese film)
   I’ve been covering foreign cinema for some time now (heck, I’ve probably been watching and/or reviewing it for two decades).  One of the things I’ve noticed is that …
reviewed Love Exposure. June 18, 2013
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Love Exposure
Sion Sono is one director that is definitely controversial. His films range from the bizarre to the weird, to something more commercial and even going to the darkness that makes one doubt humanity. Sono’s …
reviewed Masquerade (Korean film). June 12, 2013
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Masquerade
   The rags-to-royalty story has been done to death.  Still, every now and then, an aspiring actor or actress comes along with the right script and voila!  The past is made new again.  …
reviewed Fate Stay Night- Collection One (Anim.... June 11, 2013
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Fate Stay Night- Collection One (Anime Series)
There had been quite a good number of tales that concern the legendary Holy Grail. Those stories often come in the form of depictions within different time periods, but none is as known as the story of …
posted a Quick Tip about Princess Mononoke (1997 Japanese Anim.... June 03, 2013
Princess Mononoke (Dub) (1999)
Probably the first anime film I ever watched. It's a beautiful animation with a strong message- It's a great film to watch and I think anybody would enjoy it.
reviewed Sadako 3D. May 31, 2013
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Sadako 3D
    I’ve always said that horror films tend to be easiest to make because – on the face of it – they require the smallest investment in characters.  The thrill is …
posted a Quick Tip about High School of the Dead. May 31, 2013
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High School of the Dead
I already eviscerated High School of the Dead with my full review, but I feel like doing some more.      Much like Elfen Lied, High School of the Dead is a deliberate attempt by the …
posted a Quick Tip about Pieta (Korean film). May 30, 2013
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Pieta (Korean film)
Korean director Kim Ki-Duk goes a little more twisted in a conventional narrative. Last time I felt this much emotion and repulsed with the thought about revenge was when I saw OLDBOY  …
reviewed Back to 1942 (Chinese film). May 29, 2013
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Back to 1942 (Chinese film)
Feng Xiaogang is one name in Chinese cinema that usually means a film that contains emotional power and often accompanied with such splendid cinematography that Western viewers just eat up his work. While …
reviewed Pieta (Korean film). May 28, 2013
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Pieta (Korean film)
I have seen the majority of Kim Ki-Duk’s films. He was one of the South Korean directors that first got me into the “Korean New Wave” some years ago. There is something to be said for …
reviewed Blade of the Immortal- Complete Colle.... May 26, 2013
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Blade of the Immortal- Compete Collection (Anime)
“Blade of the Immortal” was one of the more successful manga series that ever made it to U.S. production published by Dark Horse comics. It was a critically acclaimed series and of course, …
posted a Quick Tip about The Grandmaster (2013 Chinese film). May 22, 2013
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The Grandmaster (2013 Chinese film)
When I first heard that Wong Kar-Wai was going to do a film about Bruce Lee's teacher, I immediately thought that his movie would be like "Wyatt Earp" to "Tombstone"... that his …
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