1. “Riot (2015)” movie review.

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    "Riot" is bad, but not THAT bad and might even provide some surface level entertainment for a handful of viewers. Even though I was mentally acknowledging its army of failures, I never became bored, annoyed or angry. I was just very, very indifferent.
  2. “Warriors Two (1978)” movie review.

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    "Warriors Two" (directed and co-starring Sammo Hung) is a great- if flawed- kung fu flick, but it's only great as a kung fu flick. If you're aren't into the genre, you probably will spend more time hating on the script.
  3. “Dragon Blade (2015)” movie review.

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    When I heard that Jackie Chan and John Cusack were co-starring in a movie together, my immediate response was "Huh?". When I subsequently discovered that their odd collaboration would be in a Roman Legion epic, my immediate response was "HUH!?!".
  4. “Yes, Madam (1985)” movie review.

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    "Yes, Madam"- the starring debut of both Michelle Yeoh and Cynthia Rothrock- is an acquired taste, as its flaws and eccentricities might be a little overbearing for you. But if you can get past that bitterness, enjoy the sweetness of the action choreography.
  5. “Above the Law (1988)” movie review.

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    "Above the Law" was designed to showcase the talents of Steven Seagal and it succeeded with flying colors. I'm not claiming that it's an exceptional movie, or even the most satisfying of actioners, but it was an excellent starting point as everything about it drew your attention to Seagal himself. I sincerely believe that if the spectacle or story were any more memorable, audiences would've talked about that instead of its star.