The Rebel

The Rebel
As a period fight film, ‘The Rebel’ is a fine piece of entertainment

She, A Chinese

She, A Chinese
Some scenes of striking realism but derailed by soap opera theatrics

Falcon Rising

Falcon Rising
Saved by the ever-awesome Michael Jai White and a few decent fight scenes
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'The Way We Were' On US DVD September 05, 2011
'The Way We Were' On US DVD

Tai Seng have announced the US DVD release of 'The Way We Were' for the 7th September, 2011. The film stars Liu Kai Chi as a struggling actor who refuses to give up on his dream of becoming successful, even though that has made him a failure in his roles as a husband and a father.

Trailer For 'Salvage Mice' September 05, 2011
Trailer For 'Salvage Mice'

The trailer has been released for 'Salvage Mice', a new Japanese action flick helmed by veteran 'Kamen Rider' director Ryuta Tazaki. There aren't too many details about the film at present but I can tell you that it is set in Hiroshima and stars Mitsuki Tanimiura as a mysterious thief on the run.

Jet Li Back On 'The Expendables 2'? September 04, 2011
Jet Li Back On 'The Expendables 2'?

Contrary to our earlier report, it now looks like Jet Li may well be returning for the sequel to Sylvester Stallone's 'The Expendables'. A Bulgarian journalist close to production has stated that although Li is not on the set in Bulgaria, he will reportedly be joining the crew when they head over to China.

Teaser Trailer For 'The Lady' September 04, 2011
Teaser Trailer For 'The Lady'

The teaser trailer has been released for 'The Lady', director Luc Besson's biopic of Burmese pro-Democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi. The film focuses on how Suu Kyi (Michelle Yeoh) and her husband managed to stay together despite facing long separations and a dangerously hostile regime.

'White: The Melody Of The Curse' On Korean DVD September 03, 2011
'White: The Melody Of The Curse' On Korean DVD

Art Service have announced the Korean DVD release of 'White: The Melody Of The Curse' for the 28th September, 2011. Directed by twin brothers Kim Gok and Kim Sun, the film centres around an all-girl pop group who experience strange goings-on after they re-record a song found on an old videotape.

Trailer For 'The Crucible' September 03, 2011
Trailer For 'The Crucible'

The trailer has been released for 'The Crucible', a new South Korean drama directed by Hwang Dong-hyeok ('My Father'). Based on the novel by Gong Ji-young, the film follows a teacher who is compelled to reveal the secret violence and tragedy that has been going on in a school for the deaf.

'In Love And The War' On Korean DVD September 03, 2011
'In Love And The War' On Korean DVD

Art Service have announced the Korean DVD release of 'In Love And The War' for the 15th September, 2011. Directed by Park Geon Yong ('Lifting King Kong'), the film stars Kim Joo Hyuk ('My Wife Got Married') as.a North Korean soldier who finds love in a small village during the Korean war.

Trailer For 'Countdown' September 03, 2011
Trailer For 'Countdown'

The trailer has been released for 'Countdown', a new South Korean action drama from debut director Heo Jong-ho. The film stars Jeong Jae-yeong ('Moss') as a debt collector who is forced to rely on an ex-convict, played by Jeon Do-yeon ('The Housemaid'), who holds the key to saving his life.

R.I.P. Kim Tai Chung September 02, 2011
R.I.P. Kim Tai Chung

Korean martial arts movie star Kim Tai Chung has passed away at the age of 68. Kim will probably be best remembered for filling in for Bruce Lee in 1978's 'Game Of Death', as well as playing the lead in the film's sequel. He also appeared as the ghost of Bruce Lee in 'No Retreat, No Surrender'.

'Mama' On Korean DVD September 01, 2011
'Mama' On Korean DVD

Candle Media have announced the Korean DVD release of 'Mama' for the 15th September, 2011. Directed by Choi Ik Hwan ('Life Is Cool'), the film revolves around three different mothers dealing with pressing problems that threaten the family unit, while also reinforcing their bond with their children.

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