Shang-Chi, the master of unarmed weaponry-based Kung Fu, is forced to confront his past after being drawn into the Ten Rings organization.
Rurouni Kenshin is a series I've followed since it came out in America years ago. And the live-action franchise is one of the best anime adaptions ever made. The final movie explores his past as an assassin and relationship to Tomoe. A relationship I believe that defines the series overall.
I was a big fan of the Blade franchise back in the day. Like with many trilogies, the second movie, "Blade II," was the best of the three. A large portion for this reason comes from the final battle of Blade and Nomak.
In the West, sword fights and Japan are usually synonymous. Yet they often communicate an unspoken story within a story. A subtly that many Western action movie lack because of an over-emphasis on appearance. One of the best examples of this art is from the movie, "Rurouni Kenshin: The Final."
As of June 22nd, 2021, the Fast & Furious film series is officially 20 years old! I think it's about time we fasten our seatbelts as we speed our way to this wild finish line of a list. Ranking the entire franchise & find out exactly who's faster than the rest. Don't get too furious about who wins!
As of June 22nd, 2021 the Fast & Furious franchise will officially be 20 years old! Why not celebrate this still-going movie series by taking a look back at the original. Not the Roger Corman flick. Care to join me on this ride? Let's talk about 2001's 'The Fast and the Furious' that started it all!
Most superhero and action movies are about the protagonist rising to the occasion and saving the day. While the Batman trilogy looks like it follows that formula on the surface, I would argue it actually does the opposite.
Captain America and Black Panther are two fan favorite characters in the MCU. Their strong convictions and morality are inspirational and much of this comes from their upbringing. As the films progress though, this is turned upside down.
Many movements seem to me so caught up in their emotions that it's getting to the point to where it's starting to harm their causes. 2018's "Black Panther" has a scene that I believe applies to today's progressive movements as both a foreshadowing and a warning.
In 2017 we thought the world was given the only official "Justice League" feature we would likely ever see in our lifetime. Turns out there was a production hell that kept the true vision of Zack Snyder on the shelves... until now. Is it better or worse than Joss Whedon's version? Let's find out!
This is a non-spoiler review of “Captain America: The Winter Soldier” starring Chris Evans, Samuel L. Jackson, Scarlett Johansson, and more!