|Genres||Romance, Fantasy, Sci-Fi|
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Keanu Reeves stars in and directs 'Man of Tai Chi,' a film about a martial arts crime ring that turns noble fighters into bloodthirsty savages.
What it lacks in coherency, RZA's 'Iron Fists' makes up for in balls-to-the-wall weirdness.
Not all hot Hollywood actresses can pull off a great action pose.
Like <em>Babel</em><em> </em>or <em>Crash</em>, <em>The Air I Breathe</em> comes together with clever precision and crosses all sorts of cultural boundaries.
This erotically charged sizzler from Oscar-winning director Ang Lee is a brilliant look at how the best-laid plans of freedom fighters during wartime can backfire, especially when sex with the enemy is a fundamental part of their deadly scheme.
Less flash, more grit, <em>The Order of the Phoenix</em> is definitely the most introspective of the Harry Potter movies. If you’re expecting fast-paced wizardry action at every turn, however, you might be disappointed.
Even if you can't decipher all the politics, there are plenty of thrilling sequences to make <em>Curse of the Golden Flower</em> rock.
<em>The Painted Veil</em> is a lushly photographed, costume-drama actor's piece, soggy in the second half from melodrama. It tries to unmask misguided attraction between two lovers in 1920's China, but it unravels under its own conceits.
Hardcore fans will flock anyway. If you've haven't seen the first movie then this isn't the place to start. And if you have seen the first movie, this sequel is an insult to your intelligence.
X2: X-Men United is a thoroughly exciting and intriguing sequel in the X-Men series, a pure adrenaline ride. But with a weighty--and very important--message attached, the film also makes you think.
|Terence Stamp||Actor||Terence Stamp||1||1000001|
|Frederick Van Pallandt||Actor||Frederick||1||1000004|
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