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Posts tagged ‘Martial Arts Films’

8
Sep

Photo Play – Red Cliff (2008)

by HELEN GEIB

contemplating war

Red Cliff (2008)

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9
Mar

Favorites Corner: Films of Wong Kar-wai

by GEOFF GEIB and HELEN GEIB

An occasional feature where the writers compare their favorite films by some of the greats of world cinema.

Wong Kar-wai (b. 1958)

Wong Kar-wai (b. 1958)

In the Mood for Love (2000) Read more »

17
Feb

Photo Play – Once Upon a Time in China (1991)

by HELEN GEIB

building blocks of superstardom

Once Upon a Time in China (1991)

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6
Jan

Photo Play – Wu Dang (2012)

by HELEN GEIB

a new chapter

Wu Dang (2012)

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24
Sep

Photo Play: Samurai Spy (1965)

by HELEN GEIB

This month on Photo Play: a good ninja is hard to find

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17
Sep

Photo Play: Ninja Scroll (1993)

by HELEN GEIB

This month on Photo Play: a good ninja is hard to find

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10
Sep

Photo Play: Shinobi no Mono (1962)

by HELEN GEIB

This month on Photo Play: a good ninja is hard to find

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3
Sep

Photo Play: Red Shadow (2001)

by HELEN GEIB

This month on Photo Play: a good ninja is hard to find

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22
Apr

Capsule Movie Review – The Raid: Redemption (2012)

by HELEN GEIB

The setting of The Raid: Redemption is the Indonesian version of the projects: a decaying housing block dominated by thuggish criminals and the crime lord who runs the place like his personal fiefdom. Read more »

13
Dec

DVD of the Week – Kung Fu Panda 2 (2011)

by NIR SHALEV

When Kung Fu Panda (2008) first appeared, out of the blue it was a huge success. Fusing Kung Fu lore with a 3D animated family film was a terrific idea and it worked mainly due to its cinematography, fight choreography, and sheer amount of various colors. Now comes a rarity: a sequel that trumps its predecessor in virtually every department. Read more »