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: 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: SPL 2 – A TIME FOR CONSEQUENCES

A sequel in name (and theme) only to 2005's martial arts crime thriller 'Sha Po Lang' directed by Wilson Yip, SPL 2: A TIME...

MAAC Review: AVENGEMENT

They have done it again. After working together on recent action classics Savage Dog (2017), Accident Man (2018), The Debt Collector (2018)...

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: 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: 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: 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: 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: 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: Message Man

Made way back in 2013, it has taken quite a while for action thriller Message Man to reach screens. Released straight to...

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: MARIA

Directed by Pedring Lopez, the slightly exploitation infused female fury flick Maria goes for a time tested set-up. Cristine Reyes stars as...

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: THE MONKEY KING

SOI CHEANG directs this prequel to the classic story of 'The Monkey King' depicting the origin of Sun WuKong, played by go-to action 'King'...

MAAC Review: The Bouncer

Never one to go down the expected career route, Jean Claude Van Damme has shown countless times how willing he is to...

MAAC Review: TOM YUM GOONG 2 aka THE PROTECTOR 2

In 2005, 'Tom Yum Goong' aka 'The Protector' was release as TONY JAA's follow-up to his jaw dropping debut 'Ong Bak'. Needless to say,...

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: 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: 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...

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