Despite a few flaws, this slow-burning actioner out of South Korea still offers some reasonable enjoyment
Saving General Yang is a historical epic with stunning battle sequences from director Ronny Yu
Ip Man: The Final Fight ends the biographical martial arts saga with a whimper.
South Korean director Lim Sang-yoon offers up a powerhouse, incredibly choreographed, crime-drama with A Company Man.
Yim Ho’s atmospheric docudrama Floating City looks marvelous on Blu-ray
The King of the Streets is a straightforward kung fu film in the style of Bruce Lee that will make good rental for fans of the genre.
Save your money on purchasing this below average romantic comedy and opt for a rental instead.
New World is a tense and violent crime thriller from South Korean filmmaker Park hoon-jung
The second entry in Stephen Chung’s steampunk martial arts trilogy strengthens the action, comedy, and characters for a more enjoyable romp.
A family-oriented CG animated adventure, Dino King follows the life of a young Tarbosaurus millions of years ago.