Thriller in Thailand It’s been 14 years since Wilson Yip masterminded one of the best martial arts thrillers of recent times, Kill Zone. Known as Sha Po Lang in the east, Kill Zone aided in propelling the careers of both Yip and its action star, Donnie Yen. Both are of course most famous for the… Continue reading Paradox Review – Wilson Yip and Sammo Hung Return To Reignite a Franchise
Its Over 9000, etc etc There has never been a better time to be a Dragon Ball fan. Following Dragon Ball’s resurrection after almost 20 years with Dragon Ball Super, there has been a resurgence for Akira Toriyama's franchise like never before. And while that series has now ended, there is no sign of a let… Continue reading Dragon Ball Super: Broly Review – The Ever-Soaring Franchise Hits Further Heights
#areyouready The production of Donnie Yen's latest upcoming flick, Ip Man 4, was revealed some months back now. Now fans, like me, eagerly await details of its impending release since production wrapped up in July last year. Thanks to the series' star, Donnie Yen, with a clever use of the latest social media craze, one… Continue reading Donnie Yen’s Ip Man 4 Instagram Reveal
This past month I decided to treat my daughter to my local cinema’s “Movies for Juniors” promotion. £2.50 a ticket gets you into an early doors family movie showing, in the biggest screen the complex has to offer. Can’t say fairer than that. But this trip was met with initial caution and scepticism. Having used… Continue reading Teen Titans Go! To the Movies – An Upbeat Inspirational Superhero Movie
Does shower sex, the man who would be hades, and Eric Roberts make a good movie? No, of course it doesn't.
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Welcome to my first month-in-review segment, where I will take you through all the noteworthy strands of entertainment sampled in the last month or so. There is no set criteria here. I like to keep things conversational to give you, the reader, a feel for my experiences. Without further delay, here we go! Video Games… Continue reading Agent Prince’s Month in Review – May 2018
Director: Naoko Yamada; Distributor: Anime Limited. 12 cert, 130 mins. Naoko Yamada’s adaption of Yoshitoki Ōima’s manga Koe No Katachi, titled A Silent Voice, is a coming-of-age drama. A story of atonement and friendship, and much more. 6th grade student Ishida Shouya is the class prankster. That is until his increasingly-serious bullying behavior results in a… Continue reading Review – A Silent Voice