A drab martial arts farce that fails to impress, despite the big name cast, the big budget fight scenes, and the ludicrous plot
1911 (or 1911 Revolution as the DVD box art has it) is being touted as Jackie Chan’s 100th film.
For the longest time it seemed the American movie industry had a monopoly on remaking classic films, even when they really had no need to.
Following on from the enjoyable 2008 original, Kung Fu Panda 2 (let’s call it KFP2) follows the traditional sequel equation of dishing up more of the same while ladling on...
Now that this remake of the 1984 surprise hit has arrived, movie afficionados are referring to the Ralph Macchio original as a "classic". Come on guys, be serious.
Age creeps up on everyone I suppose and dear old Jackie is looking a bit creaky when it comes to the fight scenes in this kids comedy actioner.
Failing his classes and being teased by his peers, a 15-year-old Chinese schoolboy dreams of becoming the next Jackie Chan, able to beat up his bullies and be a global...
This film could probably also be called Three Crooks & a Baby, because that pretty much sums up the plot.