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Bleeding Steel is not a bad movie per se - it features a surprisingly good Ouyang Nana and a bumbling Show Lo, as well as Callan Mulvey (god knows why he's there) - but it is definitely illogical, and it is rather obvious Chan is not doing his fight scenes this time around.
Packed to the brim with shootouts, car chases, and other standard action fare, Helios features Jacky Cheung, who turns in a masterful performance and steals the show.
Fun in a good way, Jason Statham helps the Meg float in a summer full of blockbusters, and ensures the film is never boring but taut most of the time - though the direction of the film whether it wants to be a full on dark film or a funny piece could have been a little clearer. The film also offers just enough shark munching on people a PG-13 rating might allow, but not nearly enough bite.
Boring, ridiculous, and bereft of any gambling whatsoever, From Vegas to Macau III is a waste of everyone's time, particularly the audience's.
A fun, exciting Star Wars adventure buoyed by excellent performances from Alden Ehrenreich, Woody Harrelson and Emilia Clarke, which builds on the ever-expanding Star Wars lore and is a worthy addition to the universe.