Action Member: Corey Yuen Kwai
Heart Of DragonMar 23, 2015
If you prefer to see Jackie in films like ‘Shanghai Noon’ and ‘Rush Hour’ then this may not be for you, but if you want to see an alternative to his stereotyped bumbling hero then it will certainly deliver.
HeroMar 24, 2015
It not only shows that Yuen Biao can still bust a move, but is one of the late 90’s better dramatic action movies.
High RiskMar 25, 2015
This action comedy is undoubtedly at its best when Jet Li is given centre stage and allowed to show off his smooth physical moves.
Kiss Of The DragonApr 4, 2015
A lad’s with lager film, but one that doesn’t fail in it’s objective: Jet Li kicks ass…violently…and lots of it.
Legend Of The DragonApr 6, 2015
‘Legend Of The Dragon’ is a very entertaining parody of Bruce Lee movies that is packed full of Stephen Chow comedy gold.
Moon WarriorsApr 30, 2015
Instead of just relying on popular new-wave gimmicks, Sammo pushes each of the actors to their limit and, even though there is liberal use of stunt doubles, the effect is impressive to behold.
My Father Is A HeroMay 3, 2015
‘My Father Is A Hero’ provides some adrenalin pumping set-pieces, notably a classic scene where Li takes on a dozen of the villain’s lackies with a pair of tonfa.
Ninja In The Dragon’s DenMay 4, 2015
‘Ninja In The Dragon’s Den’ stands out as a fully-accomplished kung-fu comedy with superb fight action.
No Retreat, No SurrenderMay 4, 2015
It’s far better than other American style martial arts movies such as ‘China O’Brien’, ‘American Shaolin’ and the like, showing what can be done if a little extra time is taken over the choreography.
No Retreat, No Surrender 2May 4, 2015
Surprisingly, for an American film, there are some well executed and imaginative fight sequences predominantly showcasing the excellent kicking skills of Avedon.
Operation ScorpioJul 8, 2015
This film has been elevated to cult status in recent years and has become a huge favourite with a world-wide audience. All of this is thoroughly deserved.
Red CliffMay 16, 2015
Despite having no conclusion of its own, all of the groundwork of the characterisation and story make the next chapter an exciting prospect.