That Shelf wants to send you and a friend to advance Canadian screenings of the new action comedy STUBER – starring Kumail Nanjiani and Dave Bautista – in Toronto, Vancouver, Montreal, Calgary, Edmonton, and Ottawa!
Headshot TIFF 2016 Review.
The Raid 2 (Gareth Evans, 2014) – The Raid: Redemption was a wonderfully nasty little action movie that came out of nowhere to tickle the shriveled hearts of fans of blood soaked entertainment in 2011. The instant cult classic was a perfectly structured bit of B-movie bliss. A few minutes of set up, followed by […]
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Fans of Gareth Evans’ previous bone crunching, face bashing, knife twisting, Indonesian action masterpiece The Raid will probably adore the fact that the ass kicking stakes have been raised considerably for the sequel. But hopefully they also appreciate the extra added effort to make a sequel that’s actually worth talking about beyond just the action sequences.
We talk to The Raid 2 director Gareth Evans about the greater ambitions of his ass kicking sequel, the pros and cons of having more time and locations to shoot in, what to expect from the conclusion to The Raid trilogy, and why you won’t find him hanging around any mud pits any time soon.
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Although heavily westernized, Keanu Reeves’ fictional directorial debut Man of Tai Chi will hold some thrills and excitement for those who aren’t too picky about their martial arts epics.
Anyone upset that the movies have been lacking in balls-to-the-wall R-rated action of late can take solace in the fact that The Raid: Redemption has arrived.
Dork Shelf talked to Iko and Joe back during the Toronto International Film Festival about their fighting styles and what sets The Raid: Redemption apart from other films in its genre.
We talk to The Raid: Redemption director Gareth Evans about his knowledge of martial arts, his close working relationship with his stars, and what it's like trying to get an action film made in Indonesia.