Ritchie’s most recent cinematic offering is The Gentlemen, which takes Ritchie back to his roots. It is a film about a mob war between two London gangsters, a marijuana dealer played by Matthew McConaughey and a heroin dealer played by Henry Golding.
Like most of you, I’ve been spending a lot of time online lately. Unlike most of you, I normally spend a great deal of time online, so I have been perhaps a little less off-kilter than some of you have in moving most of my social life online. However, despite my comfort level even I enjoy a little group socializing now and then.
Little Women follows the lives of the four March sisters. It details their passage from childhood to womanhood in the period just after the American Civil War, and it highlights the limitations placed on women in a patriarchal society.
To make up for the loss of basic movement during this strange times in isolation, it seemed fitting to suggest a modern kung-fu (or wing-chung in this case) film to either inspire us to move a little more or be satisfied with the acceptance that we will never be able to move at even a fraction of the speed that Dony Yen can.
A few interesting facts hide behind this awesome action with ties to Bruce Lee's trainer, The Japanese imperial occupation of Fo Shan, china in 1937 and the birth of Wing Chung taught as means of self defence. Watch it this week if you feel like it.
Ready or Not is a horror film full of dark humour and over-the-top gore. It is directed by Americans Matt Bettinelli-Olpin and Tyler Gillett. Bettinelli-Olpin is an actor, screenwriter and director, while Gillett is a cinematographer, director and writer.
Hyena Road is an American-style military movie based on the trials of the Canadian army in Afghanistan. The story focuses mainly on a small squad of soldiers trying to rescue a group of Afghan girls who are to be sold into slavery. They are aided by a legendary Mujahadin fighter known locally as “the ghost.”