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MAAC Review: NO SURRENDER

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Coming hot on the heels of Triple Threat (2019), Scott Adkins returns in a villainous role in the recently released No Surrender. Not content...

MAAC Review: BLACK WIDOW

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Considering she was first introduced way back in Iron Man 2 (2010), it has amazingly taken fan favourite Natasha Romanoff (Scarlett Johansson) over ten...

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: Kill Shot

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When it comes to DTV/VOD releases, there are certain criteria that will pique my interest. Normally it’s down to who directed the film. If...

MAAC Review: THE PREY

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I first became aware of director Jimmy Henderson with the release of his action packed Jailbreak (2017). Somewhat influenced by Gareth Evans' The Raid...

MAAC Review: Alienoid

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After a seven year absence, director Choi Dong-hoon returns to the screen with the sci-fi blockbuster Alienoid. The first of a two part saga,...

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: Last Seen Alive

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Having seemingly relished his turn as the bad guy in Joe Carnahan’s Cop Shop (2021), Gerard Butler finds himself back in hero mode once...

MAAC Review: ANGEL HAS FALLEN

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Production company Millennium Films have been involved with some of the more enjoyable action movies to come out of Hollywood in recent years. Like...

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: BROTHERS BY BLOOD

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Originally titled The Sound of Philadelphia, Brothers by Blood marks the English language debut of writer/director Jérémie Guez. Based on Peter Dexter’s novel Brotherly...

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: TOM YUM GOONG 2 aka THE PROTECTOR 2

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In 2005, 'Tom Yum Goong' aka 'The Protector' was release as TONY JAA's follow-up to his jaw dropping debut 'Ong Bak'. Needless to say,...

MAAC Review: Hidden Strike

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Finally released on Netflix, Hidden Strike is a film I never thought would see the light of day. Entering into production roughly 5 years...

MAAC Review: 3 Days In Malay

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Before I get into my review for 3 Days in Malay, I think I need to explain that I didn’t view the film as...

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: Ghosted

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Action comedy Ghosted isn’t exactly the film that I would have expected from Dexter Fletcher. His short filmography is peppered with different types of...

MAAC Review: The Batman

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After being in production for what seems like years, Matt Reeves’ The Batman is finally upon us. Initially announced as part of the ongoing...

MAAC Review: Code Of The Assassins

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Ever since making his debut with What Price Honesty (1993), it has been clear that Daniel Lee is a director with a keen visual...

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...

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