A young Sean Astin outshines the veteran cast in this ridiculous but fun action thriller from the early 1990s, Toy Soldiers.
The memorably unique Brotherhood of the Wolf smoothly marries the artistry of Hong Kong action flicks with the trappings of a period costume drama.
Fatal Raid is a lame, generic Hong Kong action flick starring girls with guns and not much else.
An uninspired martial arts flick from Malaysia, Silat Warriors delivers decent fights but hammy storytelling and predictable cliches.
Two sensational, best-in-class fight scenes make Hydra worth it, even if the rest lacks an engaging story.
A crisp take on masculine movie cool, Wrath of Man isn't unique, but sets up and tears down the usual norms.
While Camino is capable in driving consistent tension around its journalist protagonist. it's hampered by indifferent, cliche stereotypes and crude political stands.
Spare Parts' gory premise falls apart for a variety of reasons despite a few cool visuals.
One of Jackie Chan's many brilliant kung-fu spectacles, Drunken Master II's tale of British colonialism is a fun one, led by multiple fight scene spectacles.
An easily missed low-budget buddy action movie, Drive deserves recognition on a wider scale for its kooky humor and genuinely pure Asian-styled action.
The worst thing Morgan Freeman's ever been a part of, Vanquish goes beyond typical bad movie norms and establishes a new low in the modern era.
Archenemy is a wild, violent superhero mess made with shoddy effects and half-baked storytelling.