MAAC Review: THE OLD GUARD

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You have to hand it to Netflix, during this lockdown they have truly become a saving grace for action movie lovers, with a variety...

MAAC Review: WIRA

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Director Adrian Teh follows up his smash hit Paskal (2018) with the smaller scale, but no less effective, Wira. A superbly paced martial arts...

MAAC Review: DA 5 BLOODS

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It is ironic that Spike Lee’s latest, Da 5 Bloods was produced for Netflix, as it is no doubt one of his most cinematic...

MAAC Review: I AM VENGEANCE – RETALIATION

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I first became aware of director Ross Boyask when UK publication Impact ran a series of articles on homegrown indie action movies. The articles...

MAAC Review: A CLEAR SHOT

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Based on a true story, Nick Leisure's A Clear Shot is bolstered with good performances and a tension filled plot. Unfortunately it is hampered...

MAAC Review: DEBT COLLECTORS

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Considering the seemingly finite nature of the finale of The Debt Collector (2018) I was somewhat surprised when a sequel was announced. I was...

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: EXTRACTION

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Blockbuster kings the Russo Brothers have struck gold yet again, this time with Netflix actioner Extraction. Based on Joe Russo's own comic book Ciudad,...

MAAC Review: FINAL KILL

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Originally called The Protector, Final Kill focuses on aging protection specialist Mickey Rome (Ed Morrone) who works for his friend Carl (Billy Zane). Enticed...

MAAC Review: BLOODSHOT

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Vin Diesel leaves 'Dominic Torreto' behind for a while, returning to cinema screens with the comic book adaptation Bloodshot. Based on the Valiant comic...

MAAC Review: GUNS AKIMBO

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Daniel Radcliffe. Action Hero. Not exactly the first thing that comes to mind when thinking of the former Harry Potter actor, but that is...

MAAC Review: ENTER THE FAT DRAGON

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It would seem that Donnie Yen never sleeps. It was only a few months ago that he was gracing our screens with Ip Man...

MAAC Review: Bad Boys For Life

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It may have taken them seventeen years, but the Bad Boys are finally back in Bad Boys for Life. Older but not exactly wiser,...

MAAC Review: Undercover Punch & Gun

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Originally titled Undercover vs Undercover, it has taken the better part of four years for Undercover Punch and Gun to finally secure a release,...

MAAC Review: Bodies At Rest

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Discounting the derided Cutthroat Island (1995), Renny Harlin directed some of the better Hollywood blockbusters of the 90’s. The likes of Cliffhanger (1993), The...

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: Star Wars – THE RISE OF SKYWALKER

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So it has come to this. Star Wars: The Rise Of Skywalker not only marks the end of the trilogy started four years ago...

MAAC Review: IP MAN 4 – THE FINALE

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Even with a career spanning four decades, the part of Ip Man has clearly become Martial Arts superstar Donnie Yen’s most iconic role. While...

MAAC Review: HYDRA

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After plying his trade as a stuntman and action choreographer for over a decade, Kensuke Sonomura finally makes his directorial debut with low budget...

MAAC Review: LINE OF DUTY

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Director Steven C. Miller has consistently been one of the best directors currently working in the DTV market. Initially starting in the horror genre...

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