Title: Y (2008) 8/10 Want to share IMDb's rating on your own site? Use the. A young Thai boxer learns the skills and inner meaning of martial arts Enjoy a night in with these popular available to stream now with Prime Video Start your. Sign in with Facebook Other Sign in options Super Reviewer Only a short time after the first raid Rama goes undercover with the thugs of Jakarta and plans to bring down the syndicate and uncover the corruption within his police force Plot unknown The fourth installment of the franchise Critic Consensus: 3 isn't the most tightly plotted biopic a kung fu fan could ask for but the fight scenes are fun to watch -- and at times the drama is even genuinely poignant. Watchlist Some parts of this page won't work property Please reload or. 200 Essential Chosen by RT staff! Renewed & Canceled TV Mr Right is about a hit who murders the people who hire him because and I quote “murder is wrong.” If that sounds like the type of quirky comedy you find enjoyable then you should see Mr Right immediately It has some solid action scenes—as you’d expect given that it’s about a hit—and it also has great quirky comedy and a solid love story A trle threat. Centering on 's migration to Hong Kong in 1949 as he attempts to propagate his discline of Wing Chun martial arts Less offensively nationalistic than the second installment but falling short of the glowing huity genial Cantonese humor and visual flair of the first the pic is somewhat tarnished by its pedestrian plot and limp characterization. Audience Score Percentage of users who rate a movie or TV show positively. When the head of a statue sacred to a village is stolen a young martial artist goes to the big city and finds himself taking on the underworld to retrieve it The plot of the film is pretty silly but it functions largely as a fight-delivery system and on that level it's relatively successful. In postwar Hong Kong legendary Wing Chun grandmaster is reluctantly called into action once more when what begin as simple challenges from rival kung fu styles soon draw him into See full summary » Green Room is a horror movie with some absolutely brutal action scenes—not a ton of them mind but it’s so good that I wanted to make sure it got an inclusion Its plot sees a punk band get attacked by neo-Nazis after bearing witness to a murder at a club They have to figure out how to escape and defend themselves It’s a lot of fun it has its moments of terror and its action scenes are great And it’s got Patrick Stewart playing the leader of the skinheads.
The Nice Guys is one of ’s overall It’s a detective comedy action movie about two guys trying to investigate the disappearance of a teenager girl Their rapport is great what action we do get is strong it’s really funny and the mystery at its core is pretty good It’s compelling story and it makes great use of its 1970s setting Shane Black has quietly made a great career for himself having previous directed Kiss Kiss Bang Bang and Iron 3 and working as a writer in the ’80s and ’90s on like Lethal Weapon and Predator He’s pretty underappreciated. Anyone with the most glancing interest in action especially martial arts has really no choice but to. If you haven’t been watching the well you’re probably not alone They don’t get much play in North America but they’re all good —even if they’ve been slowly bleeding quality since the first They’re martial arts starring Donnie Yen and honestly that should be enough Yen is so talented that you shouldn’t need more reason to check it out As is the case with most martial arts the fight scenes are the main reasons to check it out—but since it’s the third movie you’ll also have an affinity for the character assuming you watch the first two before. Hereditary 86% Thoroughbreds While not a terribly large fan of the previous Star Trek reboot films Star Trek Beyond worked well for me It’s heavy on action and great special effects it has enough character moments to be effective on that level and it takes us in enough fun directions to keep us interested The setup—the USS Enterprise crashes and y of its members are separated on a new-to-them planet—is solid and the execution is effective. The only real spark in the film is provided by Yen's costar Zhang Jin as Cheung Tin-chi an upstart devotee of the wing chun school intent on knocking off his hallowed throne atop Hong Kong's martial-arts pantheon. [Yen's] perforce is glorious the actor embodying this martial arts legend with grace dignity passion and charisma. What's on & what's gone 56 Rotten that we actually love! The first Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon is one of the martial arts that was shown in North American cinemas—admittedly it’s picking from a relatively small sample size Ang Lee’s film is gorgeous tells a great story and has wonderfully choreographed fight scenes So when Netflix announced Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon: Sword of Destiny a sequel more than a decade and a half later it was met with fair skepticism To be fair to those skeptics Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon: Sword of Destiny doesn’t come very close to topping or even matching its predecessor Comparing it to the first—and it has y plot threads that feel similar—does it no favors But taken on its own merits it’s a solid martial arts movie with a decent story and great fight scenes It lacks the character depth and the gorgeousness from the first but it’s good. Fresh The Tomatometer is 60% or higher Rotten The Tomatometer is below 60% Certified Fresh and TV shows are Certified Fresh with a steady Tomatometer of 75% or higher after a set amount of reviews (80 for wide-release 40 for limited-release 20 for TV shows) including 5 reviews from Top Critics When a band of brutal gangsters led by a crooked property developer make a play to take over a local school Master is forced to take. A biography of Chinese Martial Arts Master Huo Yuanjia who is the founder and spiritual guru of the Jin Wu Sports Federation High-Rise is a high-concept movie about the residents in a tower block that’s separated by class and soon enough degenerates into class warfare It’s a smart “message movie,” it looks great and it’s got a wickedly dark sense of humor Does it have a ton of action? Not really but unless my memory has completely failed me there’s enough to warrant an inclusion here—especially in its second half. Critics Consensus: 3 isn't the most tightly plotted biopic a kung fu fan could ask for but the fight scenes are fun to watch -- and at times the drama is even genuinely poignant. Director Wilson Y who helmed the first two installments in this series employs an understated approach to the fight sequences that achieves a welcome degree of realism which sadly is lacking in the dramatic moments Please enter your email address and we will email you a new password In 1935 in Foshan south China there are martial arts schools on every street corner is the undisputed martial arts champion yet he has not devoted himself to teaching Despite this it seems that all the kung fu masters of the city are eager to fight him to improve their reputation Written by Riccardo Amadori A young Chinese warrior steals a sword from a famed swords and then escapes into a world of rotic adventure with a mysterious in the frontier of the nation Mel Gibson has only worked sporadically since he made some terribly racist comments in the mid-2000s but like Blood Father remind us why he’s such a compelling on-screen presence He’s got the dramatic depth to draw us in and he’s got the physicality to handle himself in the action scenes Behind the camera he’s even better And while he didn’t direct Blood Father instead only starring in it it’s a reminder of how good he can be if he’s allowed to work In Blood Father Gibson stars as the father of a teenager who is in some trouble with drug dealers They want her he wants to stop them from getting her It’s simple but it’s executed well and is a very solid and fun B-movie.
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