Tae Guk Gi: The Brotherhood of War - 80%
Tae Guk Gi is an absolute masterpiece. Two brothers get drafted into the Korean War; older brother Jin-Tae (an amazing performance by Jang Dong-Gun) risks his life to keep his younger brother Jin-Seok (another amazing performance by Won Bin) alive so he can go home to their mother. With great action scenes, an incredible soundtrack and one hell of an ending, make this one of of my favorite movies ever.
The Warriors ‚?? 94%
The Warriors is a classic from 1979 about street gangs. One of those gangs, The Warriors, is framed for a murder and need to make their way back home from a massive meeting. I think what I loved about this were the characters. Every character and gangs I found to be interesting, unique and just plain awesome. If you‚??ve never seen this, I guarantee you will love it.
Dawn of the Dead (1978) ‚?? 94%
My all time favorite horror movie: Dawn of the Dead is groundbreaking director George A. Romeros 2nd movie in his line of zombie masterpieces. Growing up with this as a kid, I loved the characters and found it absolutely terrifying (maybe not so much anymore). The setting is perfect for a zombie movie and contains Romero‚??s wit, satire and classic music.
The Last Samurai ‚?? 65%
This movie I have seen seven times in theaters. The most I‚??ve ever seen another movie in theaters was 3 times. My first time seeing The Last Samurai I was blown away; Tom Cruise gives a fine performance in a role none of us have ever seen him in before, but more importantly; I fell in love with Ken Watanabe‚??s character. I found this to be one of the most amazing films because of how interesting and lovable the characters were. Phenomenal characters, great action sequences and an ending that will blow you away, The Last Samurai will always remain as one of my favorites.
BloodSport ‚?? 33%
Yes. This is BloodSport with Jean Claude Van Damme. I may have be a bit biased, but when I grew up I watched this almost every day. I loved the fight scenes, the characters and especially the setting. Even watching this today, I still find it extremely fun and entertaining. It still holds up to today‚??s standards.