MAAC Review: Triple Threat

Considering the trailer was released back in 2017, it has taken quite a while for Triple Threat (2019) to secure a release....

MAAC Review: Captain Marvel

Kicking off with Iron Man (2006), the MCU (Marvel Cinematic Universe) has gone from strength to strength. Bringing together a full roster...

MAAC Review: Unstoppable

Director Kim Min-ho makes his directorial debut with Unstoppable (2018), a kidnap thriller that is like an everyman version of Taken (2008)....

MAAC Review: We Die Young

After his stellar work in The Bouncer (2018), Jean-Claude Van Damme returns with We Die Young (2019), another small scale feature that focuses...

MAAC Review: Project Gutenberg

Felix Chong leaves regular directing partner Alan Mak behind for the time being with Project Gutenberg (2018), his first solo outing since...

MAAC Review: Lady Detective Shadow

Lady Detective Shadow (2018) is an upcoming martial arts detective story that is being released without much fanfare. Clearly made with an...

MAAC Review: Iceman – The Time Traveler

The first Iceman (2014) was one of Donnie Yen’s lesser star vehicles, but still made for an enjoyable fantasy adventure with a...

MAAC Review: Dragged Across Concrete

With the Hollywood of today being filled with overblown blockbusters and superhero movies, S.Craig Zahler has a unique voice that is more...

MAAC Review: Furie aka Hai Phuong

Whether you are a new or old fan of actress/singer/model/director/producer Veronica Ngo aka Ngo Thanh Van, you have no reason to miss...

MAAC Review: Alita – Battle Angel

Based on the famous Manga Gunnm by Yukito Kishiro, Alita: Battle Angel follows the exploits of re-activated cyborg Alita and her quest to find out...

MAAC Review: Revenger

Bruce Khan is a monster. The Hapkido champion, martial artist and stuntman explodes onto the screen in Netflix's Revenger, a bare bones South...

MAAC Review: Polar

Polar generates no heat in the action department. Trying so hard to be cool and bafflingly out of touch, settles for one...

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...

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