It's all fists of fury and ass-kicking combos in “Ip Man 2,” as Donnie Yen (甄子丹) cracks his knuckles again as the deferential martial arts master.
“Growing up? No,” says Downey Jr. “But in my mid-30s in Palm Springs right before an arrest? Yes. It was a premonition.”
Here we are, back at the end of the world in 2012. Only this time it's 2012 BCE, as the gods of Olympus set out to take “man” in the form of early Greek civilization back to the stone age in a fit of Olympian pique.
“The Hurt Locker” has the killer impact of the explosive devices that are the heart of its plot: It blows you apart and doesn't bother putting you back together.
2010/3/12, 2 Comments
Yuen Woo-ping reworks the story of the legendary kung fu master, Beggar Su, in his much anticipated return to directing in “True Legend,” a Wuxia novel adaptation.
Post-apocalyptic Earth is now a barren wasteland, where people kill for things humans once threw away.
Harry, Ron and Hermione: Relax. You could whip Percy Jackson and his pals with your wand hands tied behind your backs.
Hong Kong martial artist, Donnie Yen (甄子丹), strikes a proverbial chord with a righteous swing and an arsenal of kickass moves in the newly released “14 blades.”
Springing with such dizzying, dazzling force from the mind of its maker, “The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus” might as well have been titled “The Imagination of Terry Gilliam.”
In the latest action adventure to emerge out of Asia, Taiwanese director, Kevin Chu (朱延平), brings to the big screen a desert-biking versus horse riding, modern-day and ancient-world adventure.
2010/1/1, 1 Comment