Crade 2 The Grave was the second of 2 U.S based movies starring Jet Li, the first being Romeo Must Die, which was directed by Andrzej Bartkowiak, alongside the late singer, Alliyah and was produced by Joel Silver, who has churned out notable action movie hits in Lethal Weapon, Die Hard and Arnold Schwarzenneger's Commando from the 1980s. Cradle 2 The Grave was also the third martial arts-based stint of Bartkowiak and Silver, following on from Romeo Must Die and…
(watched this on youtube)
I would watch a feature-length version of this with dialogue and additional characters thrown into the mix. I really like this style of animation, which but for Aardman productions, the rest of Hollywood or mainstream movie world will sadly never follow suit in. The sandwich looks not only tasty but creatively, design-wise, it is so inventive and I like how the different ingredients comprise of other things from a visual point of view.
Hong Kong director John Woo made his mark back in his native country with hits such as The Killer and Hard Boiled starring Chow Yun-Fat back in the late 1980s. It wasn't long until he arrived in Hollywood that he unleashed his brand of Western-based high -octane violence and heavy-handed gunplay to the masses. 1993's Hard Target was Woo's U.S debut and his first film that starred predominantly Western-based actors. The character of Chance was originally going to be played…
Hideous and mean-spirited action movie with abominable so-called protagonist lead characters. Every 5 seconds or mins the F-word is blurted out, dialogue is beyond horrible with curse words thrown in as the writer sees fit, when at times it is unnecessary. It's a poor attempt at being a mystery and cop action flick. This is a low for Schwarzenegger, who doesn't get to beat up the bad guys but also for Terrence Howard, who I thought was a respectable actor…