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: Netflix’s WU ASSASSINS

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For a while now television has been the go to place for martial arts fans looking for quality fight action, with AMC’s Into the...

MAAC Review: DEADPOOL 2

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In DEADPOOL 2, the sequel to the wildly successful original film, we find foul-mouthed, rule breaking Wade Wilson (Ryan Reynolds) more comfortable with his...

MAAC Review: Polar

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Polar generates no heat in the action department. Trying so hard to be cool and bafflingly out of touch, settles for one of those...

MAAC Review: CHICK FIGHT

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In terms of martial arts movies, the underground fight tournament has always been a popular setting. The likes of Bloodsport (1987), Kickboxer (1989) and...

MAAC Review: Wonder Woman 1984

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The seemingly endless Covid-19 pandemic has resulted in countless film releases either being rescheduled or going direct to streaming. One of the most hotly...

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: SPL 2 – A TIME FOR CONSEQUENCES

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A sequel in name (and theme) only to 2005's martial arts crime thriller 'Sha Po Lang' directed by Wilson Yip, SPL 2: A TIME...

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: AQUAMAN

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Aquaman had quite a bit of hurdles to get through to impress a general audience who aren’t familiar with the character. He has been...

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: LEGACY OF LIES

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The recently released Legacy of Lies marks a slight change of pace for leading man Scott Adkins. Sure there are the expected martial arts...

MAAC Review: LINE WALKER 2 – INVISIBLE SPY

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Jazz Boon returns to the director’s chair to helm the blistering Line Walker 2: Invisible Spy, an in name only sequel to the popular...

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 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: 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: BOSS LEVEL

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It seems like forever since I remember Joe Carnahan speaking of his latest feature Boss Level. In a way it has been, as Carnahan...

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: Iceman – The Time Traveler

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The first Iceman (2014) was one of Donnie Yen’s lesser star vehicles, but still made for an enjoyable fantasy adventure with a number of...

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...

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