Jason Bourne

Review by king_ruckus

Jason Bourne brings Matt Damon and director Paul Greengrass together for the third time in this series(The Bourne Identity was directed by Doug Liman, and The Bourne Legacy was a bit of an outlier).  While the film ...

5 Sequels That Might Not Stink

Normally I am opposed to rebooting already good or great movies from decades past and often, with many, many exceptions, sequels are poorly written cash grabs attempting squeeze money from franchises never intended to go farther than one film. The same is ...


The most amazing thing about Deadpool is that someone convinced Fox to fund a film about a wisecracking violent psychopath, directed by a guy in Tim Miller who has never directed a feature film, starring Ryan Reynolds whose last turn at the ...

Batman Vs. Superman

Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice – Review

by king_ruckus

Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice had so much potential to be a masterpiece.  Instead what we get is a very solid opening, followed by a decent story occasionally peppered with greatness. ...

Martial Arts Monday(ish)

Martial Arts Mondays #4

by king_ruckus

Fist of Legend (1994)

Starring: Jet Li, Siu-Ho Chin, Shinobu Nakayama

Directed by: Gordon Chan

Fist of Legend“, starring Jet Li as “Chen Zhen”, is a remake of ...

Martial Arts Monday Week 3

Martial Arts Monday #3
by king_ruckus
Iron Monkey (1993)
Director: Woo-Ping Yuen

IMDB listing

Iron Monkey came out in 1993, and I had already seen most of it but never sat and watched it start to finish until ...

Martial Arts Monday Part 2

-By King Ruckus

Last time we brought you films from Bruce Lee and Donnie Yen.This week we’re continuing along the “tried and true classics” route with none other than Jackie Chan! The Legend of Drunken Master(1994)Chan is well known for fusing together ...

The Case For Nicholas Cage

When it comes to hardcore cinephiles there is perhaps no more polarizing actor than Nicholas Cage. He transcends the “love him or hate him” category and falls into a weird netherworld where he can be adored one year and scorned the next ...

Ex Machina

Almost like a stage play with all the feelings of intimacy an audience may feel when seeing a live performance, Ex Machina is a rather remarkable film with a limited cast and a set that includes one building for the duration of ...

Martial Arts Monday

-By King Ruckus

Every Monday, we’ll bring you martial arts fans a few recommendations from Netflix (US). For the inaugural Martial Arts Monday we’re starting off with two classic icons: Bruce Lee, and Donnie Yen!

Bruce Lee:

The Big Boss (1971) ...