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  • Kickboxer



    I can never remember which one I saw first and Kickboxer was never a sequel to Bloodsport; but there’s much owing to Jean-Claude Van Damme’s major breakthrough of the previous year. Bloodsport basically paved the way for a string of martial art movies with this one being the more successful, spawning into it’s own franchise. Both films share much in common which proves, that if Bloodsport didn’t happen, it would have been highly unlikely that kickboxer would have followed; or…

  • Bloodsport



    You could be forgiven for always getting this mixed up with Van Damme’s following martial art hit movie, Kickboxer, that was released only a year after Bloodsport. And both films share a number of commonalities, some not so obvious. But it’s undeniable, that this was the film that gave Van Damme his big break, with him literally taking the lead role, only having tiny roles and playing the bad guy, Ivan The Russian in No Retreat, No Surrender until this.…

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  • Jason Bourne

    Jason Bourne


    Quite like his right hook and left jab, that came around quick! I was surprised when I heard the announcement which doesn't seem that long ago, this year even; the studio managing to keep that convert really well. Matt Damon has historically refused to make another Bourne movie unless Paul Greengrass is at the helm and lucky for us, he returned bringing Bourne back from the dead, like, again. 

    I'm eager to know which Bourne movie is the most popular…

  • A Star Is Born

    A Star Is Born


    Bradley Cooper fulfils his original dream of being a director by making this third remake of A Star is Born his directorial debut. The original being from 1937 starring Janet Gaynor and Fredric March, then transformed into the 1954 musical with Judy Garland and James Mason and then remade as a 1976 rock musical with Barbra Streisand and Kris Kristofferson. This keeps very much to the core of William A. Wellman’s and Robert Carson’s original story of an established world…