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MAAC Review: The Fall Guy

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Anyone who grew up in the 1980s will probably have a recollection of The Fall Guy (1981) TV series, even if it is only...

MAAC Review: Chief Of Station

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After taking us to the distant past with his last feature Boudica (2023), director Jesse V. Johnson is now back in the here and...

MAAC Review: Monkey Man

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I doubt anyone who witnessed Dev Patel’s breakthrough roles in Skins (2007) and Slumdog Millionaire (2008) would have expected him to go on to...

MAAC Review: The Wild Blade Of Strangers

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Debuting on streaming service iQIYI, Le Wei’s The Wild Blade of Strangers is another in a series of higher quality actioners that have appeared...

MAAC Review: Road House

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It’s amazing to think that the original Road House (1989) is now 35 years old. Whilst it didn’t set the box office alight upon...

MAAC Review: Polar Rescue

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Polar Rescue (2022) brings together action superstar Donnie Yen and director Lo Chi-Leung for the first time. Considering Leung was behind quality actioners like...

MAAC Review: One-Percent Warrior

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Unlike his previous actioner Crazy Samurai Musashi (2020) where he took on 400 opponents, Tak Sakaguchi has downsized his adversaries for his latest starring...

MAAC Review: Argylle

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Opening to a $20 million weekend (on a $200 million budget) and coupled with a host of scathing reviews isn’t exactly the greatest start...

MAAC Review: Lights Out

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Christian Sesma’s previous film Section Eight (2022) had a decent pedigree in terms of action stars and acting legends. Not only did it feature...

MAAC Review: Alienoid – Return To The Future

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With it now being a year and a half since the release of Dong-hoon Choi’s Alienoid (2022), I felt that it was worth revisiting,...

MAAC Review: Wanted Man

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During my review for The Best Man (2023), I noted that Dolph Lundgren had starred in a number of inferior movies. The poor quality...

MAAC Review: The Bricklayer

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To say that Renny Harlin has had a rollercoaster career would be an understatement. In the space of several years he reached the absolute...

MAAC Review: One More Shot

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The one take action scene has become something of a trope within the genre. When carried off well they can really make an action...

MAAC Review: The Beekeeper

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For a good part of his career, it seemed that David Ayer could do no wrong. Even before he sat in the director's chair...

MAAC Review: I Did It My Way

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To say I was looking forward to I Did It My Way would be an understatement. Being a massive fan of Hong Kong action...

MAAC Review: Blind War

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As I entered into Blind War, I must admit that I did it with lowered expectations. This is mostly to do with it being...

MAAC Review: Godzilla Minus One

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After appearing in several Hollywood blockbusters, everyone’s favorite Kaiju has returned home for his latest outing, Godzilla Minus One. The film marks Toho studio's...

MAAC Review: Mayhem!

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Anyone aware of director Xavier Gens' work will know that he isn’t someone to shy away from portraying violence. His feature length debut Frontier(s)...

MAAC Review: Eye For An Eye – The Blind Swordsman

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Back in the mid 90’s, action superstar Jet Li starred in several Hong Kong classics. Two of these especially stood out to me at...

MAAC Review: The Marvels

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I don’t think many would argue if I said that the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) is going through something of a rocky patch at...

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