Hi, I'm Lundmunchkins, and I've done my review of The Matrix. It will be in 3 parts, so this is part 1 up here. Part 2 had copyright problems so I uploaded it on Vimeo....
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Corrie heads to the The Korean Film Festival in Australia (http://koffia.com.au/) and checks out the thriller "The Terror, Live"....
Corrie heads to the The Korean Film Festival in Australia (http://koffia.com.au/) and checks out the mystery/thriller "Hide and Seek".
Hide and Seek (숨바꼭질) is a 2013 South Korean mystery film written and directed by Huh Jung in his feature directorial debut. It revolves around two families who believe strangers to be living in hiding in their homes, and struggle to fight back. It stars Son Hyun-joo (손현주), Moon Jung-hee (문정희), Jeon Mi-seon (전미선).
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I am not by any means a Keanu Reeves fan (of his acting, anyway - he's a decent guy in real life). I am, however,
a huge fan of martial arts movies and actors playing against type.
With Reeves not only playing the villain but also making his directorial
debut, Man of Tai Chi definitely got my attention. However, I wasn't expecting to like this movie as much as I did.
Back when Reeves was working on the Matrix trilogy,
befriended stuntman Tiger Chen (his real name is Chen Hu), who served as
his personal martial arts instructor. Chen was born in Chengdu, the
capital of the Chinese province of Sichuan. He began his martial arts
training at an early age, and he was a member of Sichuan's wushu team, winning a nationwide championship when he was 18. Later on, he
joined Yuen Woo Ping's famed fight choreography team, which was how he ended up working on The Matrix films (including a small role in The Matrix Reloaded - I think he was one of The Merovingian's goons). Chen has also
worked as a stuntman and a member of the fight choreography team for Charlie's Angels (2000) and Kill Bill: Vol. 1
(2003), and he made his debut as a lead actor in the martial arts film Kung Fu Man (aka Kung Fu Hero) in 2012.
The following review may contain spoilers, and is absent of the pure awesomeness of Chuck Norris and Bruce Willis. I was hoping at least one of them would be back.
"Why do I feel this movie is missing something? Because Bruce Willis and Chuck Norris aren't in it."...
A continuation of my trip down the Final Destination series. Feedback appreciated, looking to improve.
And a plain link in case the embedding doesn't work. http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x23xq5i_final-destination-2-review_shortfilms
[Author's Note: Why, hello there! Bit of an explanation is in order. See, for over two years now, I've been constantly writing reviews of movies on my website, averystrangeplace.com! Buuuuut it suddenly occurred to me that TGWTG would be the perfect place to submit my reviews and maybe get some constructive criticism! So hey, enjoy! I chose my Mega Shark Versus Mecha Shark review to be the first uploaded, simply because it is one of the very few movies I've reviewed that doesn't involve sexual assault, grisly murder, or shaky cam!]
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