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Review - "Oldboy"

Show East; Egg Films; Tartan | Korean | 122 minutes | Rated R     "Whether it be a grain of sand or a rock, in water, they both sink"   Once in a while, there are film that will redefine cinema. I say that boldly, because I think "Oldboy" is one of them. The minute I finished this film on a streaming site, I had to find out whether it was available in stores here, and luckily, the local comic store had it on the shelf. This is one of those gleaming gems that everyone has to see.   Loo

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Review - "tae Guk Gi"

A quick thanks to those that have read my review blog.     Kang Je-Kyu Film Co. Ltd., Sony Pictures, Destination Films | Korean | 148 minutes | Rated R     I seen this on a Blockbuster shelf some years back and rented it. It has now been in my list of favorite movies of all time. While overshadowed by other war campaigns such as World War II and the Vietnam, the Korean War is a conflict that should never be forgotten. Since the invasion by North Korea to now, the two Koreas

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Review - "Ip Man"

Mandarin Films (HK); Cathay-Keris Films, Innoform Media (SP) | Chinese, Japanese | 108 min | Rated R   Another martial arts flick I've seen last month. It is a semi-biographical picture about the late Ip Man, master of Wing Chun, and is the master that taught Bruce Lee.   Ip Man, starring Donnie Yen, begins in 1930s Foshan, China, where Ip leads a modest life of training in Wing Chun and caring for his wife, Wing Cheng, and son, Ip Chun. Wing doesn't share Ip's enthusiasm and insteads d

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Review - "chocolate"

Sahamongkol Film International | Thai, Japanese | 110 minutes | Rated R     lol Dare's request for martial arts flicks. I'm a big fan of them myself, which brings me to this review. I kept reading of a "female" version of Tony Jaa on the web, and so on my search, found this title. After checking out trailers and some reviews, I went to see what the fuzz was about.   Jeeja stars as a autistic girl named Zen who lives with her mother, Zin, and friend Moom, she gets caught up with her moth

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Review - "Always - Sunset on Third Street

Toho - 2005 - 133 minutes - PG   Seen this title numerous times before finally deciding to sit down one night and watch it. This was the time when I watch one movie I reviewed and needed a cleanser to wash those vile images from my mind. Well, this did it for me. It's a rather interesting film, featuring a talented cast, including Maki Horikita (if you're familiar with Japanese movies and drama, she's recognizable in this one), and Koyuki from "The Last Samurai", opposite Tom Cruise. The s

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Review - "the Butcher"

Tartan Video - 2009 - 75 Minutes - Not Rated - October 30th, 2009     So, today, I had some time to check out something that I acquired recently, the Korean horror film, The Butcher. Of course, seeing some dude in a pig mask brandishing a chainsaw, I knew that this was going to be interesting. Ok, it's basically a mockdocu showing a group of snuff film makers, discussing ways on torturing their 4 victims for a good movie. Victims have helmet-cams strapped to their heads, while the crew

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