This wuxia twist on Romeo and Juliet is rooted in a Chinese legend, but despite the stunning visuals from director Ma Jingle, it fails to evoke the tragic romance due to bad casting and a poorly fleshed out story.
Donnie Yen’s latest wuxia film offers a winning mix of martial arts action and thrilling drama.
A visually stunning martial arts fantasy, The Sorcerer and the White Snake is a fun ride from beginning to end.
The first in an announced trilogy, this high-flying, action-filled wuxia film from directors Gordon Chan and Janet Chun may set up a coming story, but it is confused and lacks proper character development. Despite all of that, the Blu-ray does offer a treat for home theatres and fans of the genre.
An escapist martial arts special effects fantasy film that is never too serious, Woochi is just the right film to pull you out of a dull weekend.
This film lacks passion, vengeance, and cohesion, making it a miss, even for the often forgiving martial arts genre’s target market.
8-year-olds would be better served building something with actual Legos than watching this trite animated imitation of the Power Rangers and Star Wars.
This documentary about the late and legendary Bruce Lee explores the martial arts expert’s impact in a wide array of cultural fields.
Tai Chi Zero from director Stephen Fung is a fun new twist on the martial arts genre. It mixes styles, infuses action with lots of comedy and a steam punk edge, and mostly, breathes new life into what can usually be rather predictable fare.
For fans of the over-the-top, high octane, action films mixed in with a kind of cartoonish feel, Funimation’s Incredibly Ever After just may be your dream ticket.