Tag: Jackie Chan

Bleeding Steel Blu-ray Review

Bled Out Jackie Chan fights atop the Sydney Opera House in Bleeding Steel, the high point of a cringe-inducing, tech noir, cyberpunk lark. It’s putrid, but does leave one …

Lego Ninjago 4K UHD Blu-ray Review

Little Man Chan Full disclosure: This Blu-ray was provided to us for review. This has not affected the editorial process. For information on how we handle review material, please …

The Foreigner Blu-ray Review

Fighting Mad Chan The Foreigner calls upon the quiet, vengeful Jackie Chan. While Chan performed these roles previously, The Foreigner brings a true authenticity to a father mourning the …

Kung Fu Yoga Blu-ray Review

Play Fighting No moment in Kung Fu Yoga is less than total fantasy. Every actor is a male model, every actress a female super model, the action is utterly …

Railroad Tigers Blu-ray Review

Chan and Son Despite a busy and choppy pace, Railroad Tigers pops with comedic enthusiasm. It’s a nationalist story, set during the Japanese occupation of China. The bumbling, often …

Drunken Master Blu-ray Review

Drink Up Note: Drunken Master is available on Blu-ray exclusively from Twilight Time. It’s 90 minutes until Drunken Master shows signs of a plot. A local wants to dig …

Skiptrace Blu-ray Review

Skip… Just Skip The undercurrent of Skiptrace holds a farewell tone. A police chief looks at Jackie Chan and states, “Time to think about retirement.” Later, to co-star Johnny …

Kung Fu Panda 3 Blu-ray Review

Po-faced Kung Fu Panda 3’s important lesson buries itself under 80 or so minutes of frantic action. Po (Jack Black) learns the value of failure and how it makes …

Dragon Blade Blu-ray Review

Jackie Chan can’t fight against pitiful performances Jackie Chan highlights this Chinese historical drama which is rapidly sabotaged by American co-stars Adrien Brody and John Cusack. They’re insufferable. Not …