Gundala is a violent superhero flick from Indonesia that captures the country's own take on the genre with ahelping borrowed from Hollywood flicks.
Bruce Willis cashes another paycheck in the forgettable, meandering Survive the Night.
Game of Death's crass, exploitative existence still gave movie and martial arts audiences an iconic Bruce Lee performance.
Bruce Lee's lasting kung-fu epic, Enter the Dragon, holds up today as a call to diversity and appealing to everyone.
Way of the Dragon doesn't always connect, but it's Lee at his most charismatic on screen, letting himself have some fun between fights.
Angry and hostile, Fist of Fury brings Bruce Lee to the screen in his purest form, fighting against Japanese occupation.
Bruce Lee's first action feature The Big Boss stands as a turning point where the star resists violence after a move to Thailand.
Andy Sidaris' son takes over to similar results with Enemy Gold, producing another T&A action romp starring centerfolds as lead performers.
The seventh sequel to a forgettable early '90s action flick, Sniper: Assassin's End only bores in developing the next iteration.
A so-so follow-up to Carpenter's cult classic, Escape From L.A.'s primary saving grace is Kurt Russell's performance as Snake.
Dynamo's self-referential seediness almost works, but everything is held together by well put together action sequences.
A hokey but entertaining serial from Hollywood's Golden Age, Jungle Queen features Nazis colliding with the Allies in Africa.