MAAC Review: NIGHTSHOOTERS

Cheap low budget British action fare where a crappy film team doing a cheap low budget zombie movie gets into trouble when...

MAAC Review: AQUAMAN

Aquaman had quite a bit of hurdles to get through to impress a general audience who aren’t familiar with the character. He has been...

MAAC Review: THE NIGHT COMES FOR US

Aching for the sublime, THE NIGHT COMES FOR US, instead exposes glimpses of subdued guilt and an abrasive, primitive descent into a whirlpool of...

MAAC Review: GOLDEN JOB

20 years after the innumerable YOUNG AND DANGEROUS movies and spin-offs, the cast reunites for GOLDEN JOB and goes for some inconsequential and nonsensical...

MAAC Review: MAXIMUM IMPACT

Amateur non-actors and washed-up B-level stars team up to put food on the table, but who will be forced to watch the abomination? Basically MAXIMUM...

MAAC Review: BIG BROTHER

Domestic and social issues takes precedence over action cinema in Kam Ka-Wai’s well meaning, if somewhat meandering youth drama. Donnie Yen stars as 'Henry...

MAAC Review: BUYBUST

I really wanted to like this. The hype around it has been endearing. What little action has been shown in promotional material has been...

MAAC Review: DETECTIVE DEE – THE FOUR HEAVENLY KINGS

TSUI HARK is without a doubt one of Hong Kong cinemas greatest directors and has renewed himself multiple times through the years. His movies...

MAAC Review: SIBERIA

Diamond merchant Lucas Hill (Keanu Reeves) travel to St. Petersburg to close a deal. He finds himself in a tight spot when he discovers...

MAAC Review: RE-BORN

Here in the west actor/martial artist TAK SAKAGUCHI is probably most known for the cult low-budget gangster/zombie-flick 'Versus' (Ryûhei Kitamura, 2000) as well as...

MAAC Review: ASTRO

Alexander, a billionaire who has developed his private space program, returns from a parallel universe through a black hole with an pointy-eared emo-alien. He...

MAAC Review: DEADPOOL 2

In DEADPOOL 2, the sequel to the wildly successful original film, we find foul-mouthed, rule breaking Wade Wilson (Ryan Reynolds) more comfortable with his...

MAAC Review: ACCIDENT MAN

The popular cult action hero of present time, SCOTT ADKINS (Boyka:Undisputed, Ninja 1 & 2) returns with a new fun romp that further solidifies...

MAAC Review: BLACK PANTHER

Eighteen movies into the Marvel Cinematic Universe, it’s easy to think (and sometimes proven) that their formula can grow stale. This is especially evident...

MAAC Review: KICKBOXER – RETALIATION

KICKBOXER: RETALIATION takes place one year after the events of 'Kickboxer: Vengeance'. Kurt Sloane (Alain Moussi) has left the illegal underground fighting behind him....

MAAC Review: CHASING THE DRAGON

Co-directed by WONG JING and veteran cinematographer JASON KWAN (which explains how bloody gorgeous the film is), CHASING THE DRAGON is a remake of...

MAAC Review: RAILROAD TIGERS

RAILROAD TIGERS is an action comedy starring the one and only JACKIE CHAN and is directed by DING SHENG. Director Sheng is best known...

MAAC Review: XXX – RETURN OF XANDER CAGE

A three-quel to a franchise that nobody really asked for, XXX: RETURN OF XANDER CAGE somehow finds a way to make it justifiable for...

MAAC Review: KICKBOXER – VENGEANCE

The original 1989 'Kickboxer' was one of my favorite Jean-Claude Van Damme classic growing up, so I have been waiting for this remake to...

MAAC Review: IP MAN 3

The dynamic duo of director WILSON YIP (Ip Man, SPL) and martial arts superstar DONNIE YEN is back together once again to cap off...

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