action cinema 2010 - 2019


#121

Those rurouni kenshin live action movies have a cult following but I dont enjoy them tbh


#122

kenshin sucks now anyway


#123

The exact flavor of over the top that I crave


#124

We’ve cycled around through the "Die Hard in a… " pitches all the way back around to Die Hard in a Building… but, like. A big one.

It’s High-Rise for meatheads

It’s the latest in the Dwayne the Rock Johnson vs. forces of nature or inanimate objects series


#125

I am low key hype for Rock Hard, sure.


#126

#127

logically i can’t really get excited for an actual modern john woo movie let alone a meaningless “announcement” of a john woo movie and even worse another version of the same announcement that he’s made before but i will admit that my heart skipped a beat


#128

Terminator Salvation was 2009. Buy it did a surprisingly good job of scratching the itch for seeing big guns blasting stuff.


#129

ip man cinematic universe


#130

Bruce Lee is the new Bruce Wayne

they’re going to do full length movies and like 8 seasons of TV about everyone within six degrees of him but never actually make a movie about Bruce Lee

i am choosing to ignore birth of the dragon even though phillip ng would be great in a different movie


#131

hey they did that bruce lee biopic last year where he was a secondary character to a pretend white guy named steve

they are making his original pitch for “Kung Fu” into a tv show now though


#132

I edited my post lol

That movie was predictably bad but it still had its moments

Steve was a mistake


#133

I mean is it possible to make a movie about Bruce Lee that isn’t a documentary? His whole appeal was his unique charisma married to this extremely specific physical kineticism that isn’t copyable by any other actor, no matter how cool + able they may be in their own right.

It’s like in 30 years are they gonna try to make a Jackie Chan movie, that would be such a bad move