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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: RUSSIAN RAID

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Coming from the good people at Well Go USA, Russian Raid is a martial arts thriller from first time director Denis Kryuchkov. Now Russia...

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: The Bouncer

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Never one to go down the expected career route, Jean Claude Van Damme has shown countless times how willing he is to take risks...

MAAC Review: The Last Victim

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The upcoming The Last Victim is being sold as a Neo Western, although it basically boils down to a straightforward survival thriller, with the...

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: 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: 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 From Fantasia 2020: SPL – SHA PO LANG (2005)

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While there are only a handful of martial arts movies showing at the festival this year, the good people at Fantasia 2020 have made...

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...

MAAC Review: WRATH OF MAN

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Wrath of Man marks the fourth collaboration between director Guy Ritchie and leading man Jason Statham. Both made their feature length debuts with the...

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: DETECTIVE DEE – THE FOUR HEAVENLY KINGS

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TSUI HARK is without a doubt one of Hong Kong cinemas greatest directors and has renewed himself multiple times through the years. His movies...

MAAC Review From Fantasia 2020: FOR THE SAKE OF VICIOUS

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Having made its premier at Fantasia 2020, home invasion thriller For the Sake of Vicious is perfect viewing for the midnight movie crowd. Told...

MAAC Review: White Elephant

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After spending time back in WW2 with his Hell Hath No Fury (2021), director Jesse V. Johnson comes back into modern times with his...

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: 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: ZACK SNYDER’S JUSTICE LEAGUE

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Since being announced, many have been clamouring to see if Zack Snyder's Justice League could truly live up to the hype. Even the announcement...

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: THE LAST MERCENARY

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While cinema going still isn’t exactly back to normal, we have still seen our fair share of blockbusters this year. Still, even with these...

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