Jackie Chan has had an interesting time trying to connect to Western audiences over the years. Sure, during the late 70s and early 80s many could see him in dubbed versions of Shaolin Wooden Men, New Fist Of Fury, etc. But Chan and his producer friends were always eager to cross the ocean in between … Read moreJackie Chan Joins The John Wick/Taken Genre
While Chan’s more recent work has been hit and miss with me, I have to admit there is something charming about this trailer. Maybe it’s the way it harkens back to The Good, The Bad, The Weird, which was a fun South Korean flick. Railroad Tigers is getting a Stateside release, which is excellent news … Read moreRailroad Tigers, Jackie Chan’s New Film, Has A Trailer
But don’t get too excited. Schwarzenegger has been tapped to appear in Viy 2: Journey To China, a sequel to Viy, a Russian production based on the Nikolai Gogol poem of the same name. Viy was a fantasy film, sort of horror-ish, but with a Pirates Of The Caribbean twist. A lot of special effects, … Read moreArnold Schwarzenegger Teams Up With Jackie Chan
Kain watches John Woo’s fourth major film debut, which also acted as something of breakout for one of the world’s biggest Action stars. See: giant fake teeth! See: a blink and you’ll miss him role for Yuen Biao! See: James Tien’s awesome mustache!
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To Kill With Intrigue (1977) a.k.a. Jian hua yan yu Jiang Nan
One warrior prince’s complex story of revenge and forgiveness. But mostly revenge.
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