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The storyline can be pretty cliche and predictable, but thanks to a couple of nice fight scenes and an engaging performance by Donnie Yen, "Ip Man" recounts the audience why Martial Arts film are the best movies when it comes to action and character driven story lines. It might not be the greatest fighting movie, but it's one of the fun ones. I wished Ip Man was alive to train me like he did to Bruce Lee...
Stylish, and not stirred (yes, the final line is a James Bond quote), "Dr. No" kicks off the 007 franchise with memorable lines, an awesome soundtrack, and fine performance by Sean Connery that will swoon both men and females alike. Yes, he's a man whore, but damn can he talk like a pro. The film might drag and can be too old for some, but you can't deny the impact it brought to the big screens. It's a phenomenon that changed how you see action, romantic films forever.
Though it feels and looks dated, "GoldenEye" provides enough humor and fun action pieces that will make any James Bond fan giggle with delight. It pays homage to earlier films while breathing new life to the Bond character. Brosnan might not be my favorite portrayal of the character, but he sure damn well delivered him. Definitely would like to have that evil mistress as my partner lol
David Twohy had 14 years to improve on "Pitch Black"... He had 9 years to improve on "Chronicles of Riddick... instead he only improved on the latter. "Riddick" is another disappointing outlet that delivers piss-poor dialogue, an unbalanced script, and a main character that rarely does anything throughout the story. It's more of the same. Riddick gets stranded, yet again. Mercenaries are trying to kill or capture him. He needs to escape the planet, blah, blah, blah! More of the same, except with less thrills and less of a brain
A huge letdown when it comes to comparing its predecessor, "The Chronicles of Riddick" is both confusing and ridiculous due to a weak script, unnecessary characters, and a plot that doesn't where it's trying to go or what it's trying to say. Vin Diesel again breathes life onto the screen with his character, but it's useless when the film is too dull and uninspiring to care. Honestly, what was David Twohy thinking when he was making this film?