A 1997 movie starring Val Kilmer and Elisabeth Shue. An identity-changing rogue and a pretty scientist combine forces to outwit the Russian Mafia in a race for cold fusion.
I love Asian action films, as a veiwer and as a martial artist. But I cannot help but notice some repeated themes in many of their films and wonder if there is more to it.
Bayonetta: Bloody Fate was my introduction to the world of the Bayonetta games. The film captures the cool look of the video game's design, but could it have been a better movie?
Sexy, male and martial arts to boot, that's what this hub is about. Read on and find out if your favourite is included.
They say magic is the thing, but if only this film had a little bit involved in either the making or display.
In VERTICAL LIMIT, Chris O'Donnell and Bill Paxton star as extreme mountain climbers mounting an action packed rescue mission up Pakistan's killer "K2" peak.
You may never trust machines again after reading this one. Keep your eye on that iPhone my friend.
Three of the most repeated words in cinema history have to be "Bond. James Bond." This weekend, I went to my first ever big screen James Bond. My son and I had a wonderful afternoon.
Vince Vaughn portrays a immoral moral man whose life decisions lead him to incarceration. Despite the noble nature of this anti-hero, the character of Bradley Thomas deserves his fate.
These movies like National Treasure will bring a different perspective to how you view the world.