Director David Fincher makes another version of The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo only three years after the original, but he does it better.read more
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The Adventures of Tintin is essentially director Stephen Spielberg’s latest Indiana Jones sequel, and we’re not talking about Kingdom of the Crystal Skull here.read more
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East and West clash under a setting sun.
In this Ninja Assassin meets High Plains Drifter action flick, Yang, a member of the Sad Flute ninja clan, is sent to slaughter all the members of a rival clan. When he can’t bring himself to murder their leader’s infant daughter and last member he must escape to America now hunted by his former clansmen. Once there, Yang finds himself in a broken town needing a protector. Audiences won’t be wowed by an original story here. The Warrior’s Way instead relies heavily on the novelty of mismatched eastern and western elements. More inside:read more