It was, very obviously, only a matter of time before we started to see Hollywood, or Western, stars in Chinese films. The Chinese film industry has long harboured a desire to take on Hollywood at its own game and so will bringing in Hollywood big-shots like Matt Damon and Willem Defoe and Pedro Pascal, mean…Read more The Great Wall Review – It’s Matt Damon, He’s Come To Save Us!
I've been watching martial arts films for a long time. You used to be able to watch them, back in the day, without subtitles or any dubbing. They all came over from Thailand, Hong Kong, wherever and they'd be glorious to watch. Fast action, unreal stunts, moves from another planet. And, most importantly, directed in…Read more Headshot Review – Oh Hollywood, Look What You’ve Done
Usually you would know exactly what to expect from a King Kong movie. A man, a girl, a giant gorilla (ape? Monkey?), some buildings, New York etc, etc. However, this time we've a bit of a curveball as they take us to Kong's own island. We're on his turf this time round and things are…Read more Kong: Skull Island Review – Big Gorilla, Very Big Gorilla
Can you believe it has been 14 years that the Resident Evil movies have graced our screens? 14 years that husband and wife duo Paul W. S. Anderson and Milla Jovovich have gone into Raccoon City looking to stop this damn T-Virus. Given the title, do they finally accomplish it? I'm sure there's a story…Read more Resident Evil: The Final Chapter Review – This Is The End, Or Is It?
Despite a population of less than one million, Bhutan has a thriving film industry so we’re told. It tends to make its films following the Bollywood model rather than anything Hollywood or thereabouts. However, with this love story, they’re trying to change that. This is the first Bhutanese film to feature a Western actor and…Read more Kushuthara: Pattern Of Love Review – The West Meets Bhutanese Film Making
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All good things come to an end, though sometimes it’s sad when they do. Hugh Jackman’s Wolverine has been about for 17 years now, since he appeared in the first X-Men movie back in 2000. Both Hugh Jackman and Patrick Stewart have said this will be their final X-Men film, so have they gone out…Read more Logan Review (IMAX) – Pass The Adamantium On The Left-Hand Side