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  • O Brother, Where Art Thou?
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  • Snatch
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  • Robot Wars

    ★★

  • The Batwoman

    ★★½

  • The Bubble

    ★★½

  • Gunmen

    ★★★

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  • Stickfighter

    Stickfighter

    ★★★★

    This unseen gem is amazing. I don't know how or why this vanished from cinematic history, but it's a real shame. It falls firmly into that sweet spot between legitimately solid action film and odd passion project. It's awkward in every way, and in all the right ways.

    But let's start with star and writer Kely McClung as DEA agent John Lambert. McClung is exactly what you want in this role: a guy with quality martial arts skills and a…

  • Attack of the Beast Creatures

    Attack of the Beast Creatures

    ★★★½

    My luck with tiny monster movies has been great lately!

    Attack of the Beast Creatures is populated completely by people who only appeared in Attack of the Beast Creatures. Written, directed, edited and produced by people who only worked on Attack of the Beast Creatures. It appears to be a pure, uncut labor of love...and I love it for that.

    The story's simple. Castaways from the shipwreck Obelisk wash ashore on an island that is infested with tiny little dolls…

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  • Robot Wars

    Robot Wars

    ★★

    It's 2041, and an inquisitive archaeologist (Barbara Crampton) has just made a discovery beneath the abandoned town of Crystal Vista that holds the key to any of the warring factions of her world attaining global domination. She'll be forced into a partnership with a cocky bot-pilot (Don Michael Paul) if she wants to get to the bottom of things and preserve what fragile peace this world enjoys.

    Robot Wars is a low-cost production. This isn't always bad. An interesting script,…

  • The Batwoman

    The Batwoman

    ★★½

    A wealthy woman from Mexico City, presumably the daughter of Marta, uses her fortune to fight evil in the least functional costume this side of 2004's Catwoman. And evil, in this case, is the villainous Dr. Williams who is using wrestlers' brain juices to create an army of amphibious gill-men. Batwoman arrives in Acapulco, going undercover as a luchedora to stop Williams and his crimes against humanity and against nature...

    In some ways, The Batwoman's everything you could want from…

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  • Gunmen

    Gunmen

    ★★★

    Christopher Lambert's brother makes off with a boat that has 400 million dollars of narco-boss Patrick Stewart's money. Bounty hunter Mario Van Peebles scoops up Lambert to help him find the boat, while Stewart hires Denis Leary and his crew of psychopaths to get his money back. It's a race to find out where the money is, and to see who can shoot up and blow up more stuff as they rampage across some imaginary South American narcocracy.

    Christopher Lambert…

  • New York Ninja

    New York Ninja

    ★★★★

    Within the first ninety seconds, we're thrust through the origin of the New York Ninja. Pregnant wife killed by thugs, soundman John Liu starts a one-man war on crime, donning a white ninja uniform (and occasionally roller skates), in 1984 New York. Women are being kidnapped and the police are powerless. Will John and his trusty white powder balls be able to put a stop to the madness and bring this film's wildly bizarre villain to justice?

    Few things are…