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MAAC Review: Project Gutenberg

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Felix Chong leaves regular directing partner Alan Mak behind for the time being with Project Gutenberg (2018), his first solo outing since Once a...

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: SHAFT

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Created by novelist Ernest Tidyman, John Shaft was first introduced to cinema audiences with Gordon Park's Shaft (1971). Portrayed by Richard Roundtree, its success...

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: 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: Dragged Across Concrete

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With the Hollywood of today being filled with overblown blockbusters and superhero movies, S.Craig Zahler has a unique voice that is more in line...

MAAC Review: MAXIMUM IMPACT

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Amateur non-actors and washed-up B-level stars team up to put food on the table, but who will be forced to watch the abomination? Basically MAXIMUM...

MAAC Review: NO TIME TO DIE

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Daniel Craig’s James Bond returns for Cary Joji Fukunaga’s No Time to Die, which brings the Craig era to an end. Unlike previous Bond’s,...

MAAC Review: CASTLE FALLS

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After his last few lackluster DTV efforts, Dolph Lundgren finally returns to screens in Castle Falls, a vehicle more worthy of his talents. Teaming...

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 INVINCIBLE DRAGON

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Fruit Chan’s long delayed The Invincible Dragon finally makes its ways to cinema screens, released on the coattails of Chan’s recent Three Husband’s (2019)...

MAAC Review: JIU JITSU

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Director Dimitri Logothetis reunites with his Kickboxer: Retaliation (2018) leading man Alain Moussi for martial arts actioner Jiu Jitsu, a decidedly bonkers sci-fi tale...

MAAC Review: THE SUICIDE SQUAD

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Released to cinemas a week earlier in the UK, James Gunn's The Suicide Squad is finally showing Stateside with a similteanous cinema and streaming...

MAAC Review: Unstoppable

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Director Kim Min-ho makes his directorial debut with Unstoppable (2018), a kidnap thriller that is like an everyman version of Taken (2008). Korean cinema...

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: 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: XXX – RETURN OF XANDER CAGE

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A three-quel to a franchise that nobody really asked for, XXX: RETURN OF XANDER CAGE somehow finds a way to make it justifiable for...

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: 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: JIANG ZIYA

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Released last year to critical acclaim, the animated fantasy Ne Zha (2019) quickly went on to become a record breaker. Not only did it...

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