ArriettyFeb 18, 2015
An easy recommendation as it’s still a fun-filled family adventure that is suitably heart-warming and easy on the eye.
AzumiFeb 19, 2015
It may be a different genre but Kitamura proves he is not just a one trick pony and still knows how to successfully shoot the action and keep the characters interesting throughout.
Azumi 2: Death Or LoveFeb 19, 2015
A worthy follow up to Kitamura’s stylish original and certainly packs a punch in the Samurai action department.
Best Of The Best 4: Without WarningFeb 22, 2015
There really is no disputing that ‘Best Of The Best 4’ is a far cry from the quality we have come to expect from the series, and this is basically nothing more than a very faceless action movie.
Blood Of Warriors: Sacred GroundFeb 24, 2015
‘Blood of Warriors’ certainly tries its best but is far too hampered by the excessive melodramatics and the general feeling of historical action epic fatigue.
Born To FightFeb 25, 2015
While ‘Born To Fight’ may not be the slickest production, it is still a hell of a lot of fun to watch thanks to the presence of some top-notch fight scenes.
Brotherhood Of The WolfFeb 26, 2015
‘Brotherhood Of The Wolf’ doesn’t quite contain enough action to hold fight fans’ attention but also lacks the innovation to be anything more than a weak murder mystery.
Butterfly And SwordNov 13, 2020
If you’re one who only digs more grounded, one-on-one martial arts action then you may want to look away, but fans of wuxia action are in for a treat.
Call To ArmsJan 29, 2018
Shen Chiang’s ‘Call to Arms’ is about as dull and listless as they come, never once engaging its viewer even at the most basic levels of entertainment merit.
Chinese ZodiacFeb 28, 2015
‘Chinese Zodiac’ gives Jackie Chan fans (including me), who had been awaiting its arrival especially eagerly, very little to get excited about.
Chuji The GamblerFeb 28, 2015
‘Chuji The Gambler’ is a superb marriage of a director’s craft and an actor with a transcendent charisma that seeps off the screen.
Circle Of IronMar 1, 2015
It may not be quite as thrilling a prospect as it could of been with Bruce Lee in the leading role, but ‘Circle Of Iron’ still retains a number of likeable qualities.