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Film Review: The Saint (2017) - USA

Andrew Chan Adam Rayner Eliza Dushku The Saints

Film Review: The Saint (2017) - USA

The Saint (2017) - USA Reviewed by Andrew ChanIn terms of cinematic experience this is as flat and non-interesting as it gets. When the storyline is so tired, it's not difficult to imagine how The Saints, original a TV series pilot converted into a movie after falling to impress TV studio heads. Pegged as Sir Roger Moore final film appearance (also starred in the original film), the film suffers from lack of action, gadgets and thrilling moments that is supposed to make up of a spy thriller like The Saints.  Adam Rayner simply lacks the charisma for the coolness in...

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Film Review: The Hitman's Bodyguard (2017) - USA

Andrew Chan Elodie Yung Gary Oldman Ryan Reynolds Salma Hayek Samuel L Jackson The Hitman's Bodyguard

Film Review: The Hitman's Bodyguard (2017) - USA

The Hitman's Bodyguard (2017) - USA Reviewed by Andrew ChanWhat happens when you put the cool headed Samuel L Jackson to buddy up with Ryan Reynolds? Well the result is simply magical as the two plays off each other with an undeniable attraction and chemistry. The Hitman's Bodyguard is funny throughout, the action and car chase scenes are loud and tense enough to be involving. Like Fate and Furious, this is easily a highly entertaining affair from start to finish.  Samuel L Jackson is simply the coolest actor on Earth with his spontaneous outlook on life as a hitman with...

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Film Review: Tokyo Ghoul (2017) - Japan

Andrew Chan Aoi Yu Fumika Shimizu Masataka Kubota Tokyo Ghoul

Film Review: Tokyo Ghoul (2017) - Japan

Tokyo Ghoul (2017) - Japan Reviewed by Andrew ChanThis is the gore and violence genre that Japanese have been famous for over the past few decades. Countless of films about human fleshing eating and cruel machine gunning of body parts are the central core of these films. Tokyo Ghoul definitely does not step down in that department and even manages to excel and at times alluded to some difficult themes about human nature and survival. Still these are all superficially dealt with and the result is the gore, outright bloody violence and disgusting flesh eating factor overtaking these central themes....

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Film Review: 29+1 (2017) - Hong Kong

Andrew Chan 29+1 Chrissie Chau Joyce Cheng Kearen Pang

Film Review: 29+1 (2017) - Hong Kong

29+1 (2017) - Hong Kong Reviewed by Andrew Chan New cinema release, 29+1 (2017) is very much stays true to its original 2005 local play production. Directed by the original local playwright Kearen Pang, the film have plenty of beautiful and touching moments that plays scene by scene. The acting is top notched as Chrissie Chau continues to impress as the woman reaching 30 where everything seems to fall apart around her. Life, relationships, work and meaning of life. Joyce Cheng shines as the happy go lucky girl that roams around the world without wanting to grow up. However, Cheng manages...

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Film Review: Life (2017) - USA

Andrew Chan Hiroyuki Sanada Jake Gyllenhaal Life Ryan Reynolds

Film Review: Life (2017) - USA

Life (2017) - USA Reviewed by Andrew ChanSometimes, you don't need to reinvent the wheels, you can simply copy from the best and make it more thrilling and extreme. The result is "Life", a wonderful of example of how to unashamedly copy from Aliens and counters of horror movies established techniques and succeed. Director Daniel Espinosa knows the audience and exactly what they are after, by making the alien life form extremely smart and almost bullet proof in turn shocking and killing everyone along the way. By the end of the film, it is unlikely that you will remain unaffected...

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