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Film Review: My Spy (2020) - USA

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Film Review: My Spy (2020) - USA

My Spy (2020) - USA Reviewed by Andrew Chan (Film Critics Circle of Australia)   The best thing about Dave Bautista’s action family comedy is surprising whenever he shares the screen with child actress Chloe Coleman. The trend of action stars playing spies, undercover cops and buddying up with kids goes back a long way, Arnold Schwarzenegger’s “Kindergarten Cop”, Jackie Chan’s “The Spy Next Door” and even Dolph Lundgren in “Kindergarten Cop 2”. These kind of films appeal to the family group of fans and have their certain level of appeal, but it could also easily be a hit and...

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Film Review: Money 돈 (Don) (2019) - South Korea

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Film Review: Money 돈 (Don) (2019) - South Korea

Money 돈 (Don) (2019) - South Korea Reviewed by Andrew Chan (Film Critics Circle of Australia)   Billed as the “Wolf of Wall Street” in Korea, “Money” directed by Park Noo-ri, shows precisely the same message of greed, wealth and ultimately fraud and unmistakable crimes. Stock brokering and market manipulation comes hand in hand in this coming of age crime thriller starring rising star Ryu Jun-yeol (“Reply 1988”) as the young graduate rising to fame, wealth and high society through engaging in illegal activities, scams, offshore funds, whilst working behind the scene for a mysterious operation known as the “ticket”. The film...

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Film Review: The Gentlemen (2019) - USA / UK

Andrew Chan Colin Farrell Guy Ritchie Henry Golding Hugh Grant Matthew McConaughey The Gentlemen

Film Review: The Gentlemen (2019) - USA / UK

The Gentlemen (2019) - USA / UK Reviewed by Andrew Chan (Film Critics Circle of Australia)   Few directors can frame a film with such fascinating dialogue and plenty of gentlemen on display within a crime drama thriller than Guy Ritchie. “The Gentlemen” is easily one of the more entertaining film of the year and possesses the innate quality that one expect these kind of films to be simply cool with plenty of gun shots in between. What I enjoyed about this film, is the rapid fun and constantly shifting of time and space that actually enhanced the film and...

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Film Review: Escape Plan 3: The Extractors (2019) - USA

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Film Review: Escape Plan 3: The Extractors (2019) - USA

Escape Plan 3: The Extractors (2019) - USA Reviewed by Andrew Chan (Film Critics Circle of Australia)   Probably the most unwanted sequel in years comes in the form of Sylvester Stallone’s “Escape Plan 3: The Extractors”. After the simply atrocious “Escape Plan 2”, this follow up is actually a better film, but that’s not hard to pass the mark. The film is saved by the presence of “Ip Man 3” martial arts star Max Zhang who impresses with his Kung fu moves in the finale and Harry Shum Jr who shines in the small role before dying off midway...

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Film Review: Grass 풀잎들 (2018) - South Korea

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Film Review: Grass 풀잎들 (2018) - South Korea

Grass 풀잎들 (2018) - South Korea Reviewed by Andrew Chan (Film Critics Circle of Australia)   Filmed entirely in black and white in the now well established auteur Hong Sang Soo’s signature style. “Glass” premiered at the 68th Berlin Film Festival runs at a little over 66 minutes portrays an ensemble of characters chatting and going about their complicated lives captured at a quiet and isolated alleyway cafe in Seoul. Seated in the corner as the observer of the whole proceedings is Hong’s regular muse, Kim Min-hee, whose ear-dropping provides the film with a limited core. As with most of...

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