MAAC Review: BATTLE OF JANGSARI

Korean cinema has a good track record when it comes to war epics. The likes of Kang Je-gyu’s Taegukgi (2004) and Jang...

MAAC Review: THE CLIMBERS

After the lacklustre Time Raiders (2016), Daniel Lee returns to the director’s chair with the solidly entertaining The Climbers. Putting aside the...

MAAC Review: TOKYO GHOUL S

Based on Sui Ishida’s popular Manga, the first Tokyo Ghoul (2017) took place in a Tokyo where the population knew of the...

MAAC Review: RAMBO – LAST BLOOD

When we last saw John Rambo, he was finally returning home after a long time away fighting other people’s wars. The final...

MAAC Review: THE INVINCIBLE DRAGON

Fruit Chan’s long delayed The Invincible Dragon finally makes its ways to cinema screens, released on the coattails of Chan’s recent Three...

MAAC Review: ANGEL HAS FALLEN

Production company Millennium Films have been involved with some of the more enjoyable action movies to come out of Hollywood in recent...

MAAC Review: LINE WALKER 2 – INVISIBLE SPY

Jazz Boon returns to the director’s chair to helm the blistering Line Walker 2: Invisible Spy, an in name only sequel to...

MAAC Review: Netflix’s WU ASSASSINS

For a while now television has been the go to place for martial arts fans looking for quality fight action, with AMC’s...

MAAC Review: KINGDOM

Based on Yasuhisa Hara's popular manga of the same name, Kingdom tells of the early days of famed Chinese general Li Xin...

MAAC Review: HOBBS & SHAW

Who would have thought that when director Rob Cohen launched Fast and the Furious (2001) that it would go on to spawn...

MAAC Review: THE WHITE STORM 2 – DRUG LORDS

Released in 2013, Benny Chan’s The White Storm was an homage to the heroic bloodshed movies that became popular in the 80’s...

MAAC Review: STUBER

The buddy cop genre has featured some of Hollywood’s finest action movies, especially rising in popularity during the golden period of the...

MAAC Review: ESCAPE PLAN – THE EXTRACTORS

Rushed into production before the second film was released, Escape Plan: The Extractors has turned out to be a major improvement on...

MAAC Review: SPIDER-MAN – FAR FROM HOME

Coming hot on the heels of Avengers: Endgame (2019), Spider-Man: Far From Home smartly does not try and emulate the large scale...

MAAC Review: SHAFT

Created by novelist Ernest Tidyman, John Shaft was first introduced to cinema audiences with Gordon Park's Shaft (1971). Portrayed by Richard Roundtree,...

MAAC Review: DAUGHTER OF THE WOLF

After scoring a leading role in Steven Soderbergh’s Haywire (2011), it seemed a sure bet that Gina Carano would become one of...

MAAC Review: THE GANGSTER, THE COP, THE DEVIL

Director Lee Won-tae returns to cinema screens with sophomore effort, The Gangster, The Cop, The Devil, a lean and mean action thriller...

MAAC Review: SHADOW

After a brief foray into blockbuster filmmaking with The Great Wall (2016), Zhang Yimou finds himself back on more familiar terrain with...

MAAC Review: CHASING THE DRAGON 2 – WILD WILD BUNCH

With a filmography filled with lowbrow comedies, rape revenge thrillers and B level action movies, Wong Jing is not the first name...

MAAC Review: GODZILLA – KING OF THE MONSTERS

After the debacle that was Roland Emmerich’s Godzilla (1998), it took Hollywood over fifteen years before they would take another stab at...

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