Robot & Frank against Zombies

Dolph Lundgren teams up with the robots to fight the zombies while completing a secret mission. Robots Vs zombies is a nice concept, this variation of it is not the finest though. If you consider this a B-movie it is quite allright (Troma would be proud of it).

 

(Brute) Force of execution

As great as the names of the cast of this movie sound as bad this movie can be, and it goes even “badder”. This movie is another argument for bringing back to life the “drive-in phenomenon”. Looking forward to watch Maximum Conviction.

 

According to imdb.com Jesus Jr. plays the Strip Club Bouncer.

Jenny Gabrielle’s appearance is quite nice.

Man of Thai Chi

Keanu Reeves plays a villain in the martial arts movie that he self directed. Tiger Hu-Chen that plays “The Man of Thai-Chi” himself performs quite well. We also have a cameo from Iko Uwais (watch out for the 2nd “Raid” movie) and few known actors as supporting cast.
An average martial-arts-tournament movie with couple nice moments. You won’t be disappointed or knocked down by the film either.

 

And who you’re fighting for?

Great combination of a  Women in prison-, martial arts- and revenge- movie. Rachel Nichols’ appearance is pretty damn good (IMO she kicked more ass here than in all episodes of Continuum). Zoe Bell get’s reunited with Tracie Thoms again after the memorable team-up in Deathproof. Has there ever been a women only martial arts movie? Now there is one for sure. The fight sequences are dynamic and brutal (Fight Club face smashing multiplied by 10).

The last few scenes of the movie however kinda spoiled the great impression that I gained during the first 85% of the film. The ending could be much more better, and CGI-blood free.

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The Animals Will Hunt You

A classical family-under-siege-scheme, that has been reproduced many times, with few unconventional viewer pleasing elements, very well made, perfect avoidance of product placement and a great kitchen finale. Gives a nice VHS rental-movie feeling. Watch it!

Not a shirt on my back not a penny to my name…

It was nice to hear C. Mulligan singing again on film. Inside Llewyn Davis is a bit like the folk music in the 60’s you either like it or find it really boring.  I find it quite enjoyable, not much to complain about if you like Cohen brothers’ films.