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MAAC Review: NIGHTSHOOTERS

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Cheap low budget British action fare where a crappy film team doing a cheap low budget zombie movie gets into trouble when witnessing some...

MAAC Review: Disney’s MULAN

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It’s finally here. After what seems like forever, Disney’s live action remake of Mulan is eventually upon us. After its release date had been...

MAAC Review: SPIDER-MAN: NO WAY HOME

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Out of all the blockbusters to be released this year, Spider-Man: No Way Home has personally been my most anticipated. With the release of...

MAAC Review: SKYLIN3S

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I must say that when I originally viewed the sci-fi movie Skyline (2010), I never imagined that it would have been the start of...

MAAC Review: We Die Young

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After his stellar work in The Bouncer (2018), Jean-Claude Van Damme returns with We Die Young (2019), another small scale feature that focuses more on...

MAAC Review: Fast X

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The world’s best street racers are back again to save the world in Fast X, an enjoyably silly adventure that turns out to be...

MAAC Review: Section Eight

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I first became aware of director Christian Sesma with the genre hybrid The Night Crew (2015). Whilst clearly inspired by Robert Rodriguez’s From Dusk...

MAAC Review: HOBBS & SHAW

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Who would have thought that when director Rob Cohen launched Fast and the Furious (2001) that it would go on to spawn what has...

MAAC Review: The Mercenary

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For the past few years, Jesse V. Johnson has become one of the shining lights in action cinema. The likes of Savage Dog (2017),...

MAAC Review: MASTER Z – IP MAN LEGACY

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Initially introduced as a supporting character in Ip Man 3 (2015), the character of Wing Chun master Cheung Tin-chi proved so popular with fans...

MAAC Review: Alita – Battle Angel

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Based on the famous Manga Gunnm by Yukito Kishiro, Alita: Battle Angel follows the exploits of re-activated cyborg Alita and her quest to find out who she...

MAAC Review: DUNE

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Having been delayed for almost a year I think it’s safe to say that Denis Villeneuve’s Dune is one of the most anticipated films...

MAAC Review: CAUGHT IN TIME

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Director Lau Ho-Leung returns to the crime genre once again with his sophomore effort Caught in Time. Unlike his first feature, the comedic Two...

MAAC Review: BIG BROTHER

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Domestic and social issues takes precedence over action cinema in Kam Ka-Wai’s well meaning, if somewhat meandering youth drama. Donnie Yen stars as 'Henry...

MAAC Review: VANGUARD

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Originally scheduled for release at the start of the year before being delayed due to the Covid-19 pandemic, Stanley Tong’s Vanguard has finally secured...

MAAC Review: THE CLIMBERS

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After the lacklustre Time Raiders (2016), Daniel Lee returns to the director’s chair with the solidly entertaining The Climbers. Putting aside the martial arts...

MAAC Review: Revenger

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Bruce Khan is a monster. The Hapkido champion, martial artist and stuntman explodes onto the screen in Netflix's Revenger, a bare bones South Korean brawler...

MAAC Review: SHAZAM!

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After a few rocky years that saw the releases of Batman VS Superman (2016) and Suicide Squad (2016), the DCU finally seems to be...

MAAC Review: GANGS OF LONDON

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With the release of The Raid (2011) and its sequel, Gareth Evans proved to be one of the best action directors to emerge in...

MAAC Review: THE GANGSTER, THE COP, THE DEVIL

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Director Lee Won-tae returns to cinema screens with sophomore effort, The Gangster, The Cop, The Devil, a lean and mean action thriller that further...

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