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Red Movie Review

Red Movie Review

Perhaps Hollywood has finally grown as wary of the pathetic crop of modern action heroes as audiences have; this year’s action film trend seems to be resurrecting the badasses of decades past.

DVD Review - Katt Williams, It's Pimpin' Pimpin'

DVD Review - Katt Williams, It's Pimpin' Pimpin'

Katt Williams really is, in my eyes, an urban foul mouthed life coach and inspirational speaker all rolled into one. Which is a hell of a combo for a stand up comic I can hear you saying, and well yes it is.

DVD Review - Once Upon A Time In China 3

DVD Review - Once Upon A Time In China 3

I’ve seen a lot of Hong Kong action films over the years and one of the standout series out there, like Jackie Chan's 'Police Story’, is the Jet Li series ‘Once Upon A Time In China', which is made up of six films, though Li is only in numbers one, two, three and six.

Movie Review - Wall Street 2

Movie Review - Wall Street 2

‘Wall Street’ was a film of its time, having been made in 1987, and was all about the excesses of that era in Wall Street and the financial world around it.

Movie Review - The Expendables

Movie Review - The Expendables

A classic big budget action film with 80’s, 90’s, and a swag of the current age action stars running around the big screen fighting and blowing everything up, seems like the thing of dreams for action movie fans, so when Sylvester Stallone announced his next directing/lead acting role

Movie Review - Insatiable Moon

Movie Review - Insatiable Moon

I didn’t get to see many of the films at the 2010 New Zealand Film Festival, but two that I did get to see were New Zealand films, one of which was ‘Insatiable Moon’.

Movie Review - Knight And Day

Movie Review - Knight And Day

In terms of box office success things have been rather lacking for Tom Cruise these last 5 years.

DVD Review - City Hunter

DVD Review - City Hunter

When you watch a Jackie Chan film, or at least a large majority of his films, it’s very clear that as well as being an amazing martial artist he also has a unique style of comedy action.

Movie Review - The Girl Who Played With Fire

Movie Review - The Girl Who Played With Fire

The ‘Millennium’ book trilogy, written by Swedish author Stieg Larsson and released posthumously, have sold over 27 million copies worldwide since their first publishing, in English, in early 2008.

Cemetery Junction Review

Cemetery Junction Review

One expects a project with Ricky Gervais attached to feature the jowly comic front and centre, for better or worse. Not so his first so-called serious film, Cemetery Junction, in which both he and producer-in-crime Stephen Merchant take a back seat to some earnest young British talent.