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MAAC Review: THE HITMAN’S WIFE’S BODYGUARD

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I must say that I never expected there to be a sequel to The Hitman’s Bodyguard (2017) as it didn’t exactly set the world...

MAAC Review: Black Panther – Wakanda Forever

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There has been an abundance of Marvel content throughout 2022 with varying degrees of success. Amongst these was the theatrical releases of Doctor Strange...

MAAC Review: KICKBOXER – RETALIATION

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KICKBOXER: RETALIATION takes place one year after the events of 'Kickboxer: Vengeance'. Kurt Sloane (Alain Moussi) has left the illegal underground fighting behind him....

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: SHANG-CHI AND THE LEGEND OF THE TEN RINGS

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With the controversy over the handling of the Black Widow (2021) release still fresh in people’s minds, Disney have forged ahead with their second...

MAAC Review: JOHN WICK

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JOHN WICK is the directorial debut of two veteran stuntmen DAVID LEITCH and CHAD STAHELSKI, who worked on everything from 'The Expendables' films to...

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: THE MATRIX RESURRECTIONS

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Oh dear. That's the main thing I thought during the closing credits of The Matrix Resurrections. Was this really the film fans waited 18...

MAAC Review: Carter

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Director Jung Byung-gil made some waves amongst action aficionados some years back with cult actioner The Villainess (2017). The film worked as a perfect...

MAAC Review: KUNG FU LEAGUE

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On paper, the idea of a film bringing together martial arts heroes Wong Fei-Hung, Huo Yuanjia, Chen Zhen and Ip Man conjures up endless...

MAAC Review: DANGEROUS

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While David Hackl is probably still best known for helming horror sequel Saw V (2008) he has been steadily churning out the odd action...

MAAC Review: Accident Man – Hitman’s Holiday

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Although he has appeared in Day Shift (2022) and Section 8 (2022), Accident Man: Hitman’s Holiday actually marks Scott Adkins first leading role of...

MAAC Review: THE WANDERING EARTH

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After saving Africa from terrorists in Wolf Warrior 2 (2017), Wu Jing ups the stakes in The Wandering Earth with the whole world now in...

MAAC Review: Thor – Love and Thunder

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The franchise juggernaut that is the MCU shows no sign of stopping, with its latest entry Thor: Love and Thunder proving already to be...

MAAC Review: Furie aka Hai Phuong

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Whether you are a new or old fan of actress/singer/model/director/producer Veronica Ngo aka Ngo Thanh Van, you have no reason to miss Furie aka...

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: MAX CLOUD

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The recently released Max Cloud is a clear change of pace and style for leading man Scott Adkins, with his latest being a full...

MAAC Review: Indiana Jones And The Dial Of Destiny

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Nostalgia. It can be a double edged sword for a film. Although the return of a beloved character or franchise can certainly help sell...

MAAC Review: TENET

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With lockdown restrictions beginning to loosen, Christopher Nolan has given some us a reason to return to the cinema. His latest spectacular action thriller...

MAAC Review: Ip Man – The Awakening

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Another month and another Ip Man film is upon us. Directors Li Xi Jie and Zhang Zhu Lin’s Ip Man: The Awakening (2021) finds...

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