Action cinema aficionado.
Some movies seemingly happens upon surrealism not through conscious construct, but through limited ability in putting things together. Scenes seem to happen at random, they fade in and out. Don't build to anything, adding odd asides, mulling around...
but instead, of what really should be the usual slog, a dream like quality is attained.
The Killing Man is a grey barren reduction of action thriller motives. Dark rooms,pools of light,empty walls and a stair case. The horrors of exposition heavy…
Dance of Death is almost non-stop acrobatic/shapes/Peking Opera fights of the early Jackie Chan/Yuen Woo-Ping variety and features one of those never ending end fights, which is a great thing to behold. Starts of a bit shaky but fights get progressively better throughout. Angela Mao is AWESOME! (duh!) Highly recommended!