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Once Upon a Time in China
35 days ago via Flixster

This was one of the first movies that I found after seeing Jet Li in American cinema, and I have to say that this series is quite wonderful, Li is at the top of his game and masterfully directed by Tsui Hark.


Films of Fury: The Kung-Fu Movie Movie
35 days ago via Flixster

This is a great overview of the genre, presented by Ric Meyers, and I loved it from start to finish, even if the cartoon stuff was perhaps a little cheesy at times.

Give this one a look, it's a wonderful introduction to these films and well worth your time.

Kung Fury
Kung Fury (2015)
35 days ago via Flixster

I was able to first check this out via the El Rey Network, and I have to say, I was pretty amused with it. The film captures a greta bitof nostalgia in its short 30 minutes,and is well worth a look for anyone who grew up in the '80s.

Check it out!

Groove (2000)
35 days ago via Flixster

A perennial favorite, I gave this one another look recently, as I've apparently been on a nostalgic kick for the late '90s/early '2000s, and I have to say that I still love this one every bit as much as I did back then.

I say this as someone who loved dance music but never had any interest in being part of that scene, this is a really fun ensemble piece that follows a disparate group of people through a rave, all brought together by their love of the music. The only thing that is distracting now is that the cop who wanders through is played by the guy who has now come to fame as Ron Swanson on Parks & Recreation on NBC, so it's hard not to be taken out of the movie by that.

Highly recommended.

Commando (1985)
35 days ago via Flixster

This movie is amazingly fucking corny, loaded with all the bad one-liners that we associate with the action genre, but I really enjoyed this on a recent re-watch to break in a Blu-ray Steelbook.

Definitely worth another look if you have even a passing interest in the action fare of the 80's.