In Martha's mind, she's a fantastic girlfriend but finds it impossible to hold on to a boyfriend. When her partner cheats on her, that's the last straw, Martha begins to lose it. She turns into a party animal and takes everything to the extreme.
Francis is a hitman, for years he's been one of the best in the trade but recently he's been doubting his profession and grown a conscience that he's not had before. Dealing with it in the only way he knows how, Francis begins killing the clients who recruit him to perform hits.
Francis meets Martha when she's on the brink of doing something silly. The two instantly connect and are soon out having drinks together. When Francis notices the guy next to them is carrying a weapon, his new sense of justice kicks in and takes matters into his own hands.
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The late actor's final full-length film sees him in the kind of action he was best known for.
The trailer has been released for the late Paul Walker's final full-length movie, Brick Mansions. The upcoming action thriller has been adapted from the 2004 French parkour action film, District B13. The gritty movie sees Walker in a classic role, jumping from buildings, driving fast cars and fighting criminals as no-nonsense cop, Damien.
Paul Walker's Final, Complete Movie 'Brick Mansions' Is A Wholly Appropriate Send-Off.
Damien is tasked with bringing down crime lord Tremaine (RZA), who has taken over the fenced-off, ccrime-ridden district of Brick Mansions with a neutron bomb. To get the job done, Damien recruits a Parkour-master ex-con Lino, played by Parkour founder and District B13 actor David Belle, and they take on the dangerous Tremaine in a city wide battle to save a lot of people.
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'Gladiator' star Russell Crowe, who plays Superman's biological father in 'Man Of Steel', was spotted posing next to rapper RZA at the movie's world premiere at Alice Tully Hall at the Lincoln Center in New York City. The movie's composer Hans Zimmer, and two other stars, Antje Traue and Christopher Meloni, also made appearances.
RZA has made his directorial debut with The Man With The Iron Fists, an epic story of warriors, assassins and a lone hero in nineteenth century China. You didn't expect the Wu-Tang Clan man was going to make this movie now did you?
The movie stars Russell Crowe and Lucy Liu and hits theaters this weekend on the back of quiet praise. It's difficult to predict how the film will fare at the box-office, though most critics were fairly complimentary of RZA's foray into the movie business. Betsy Sharkey of the Los Angeles Times seemed pretty dumfounded by the whole thing, though suggested that TMWTIF "may just be one of the best bad movies ever." Manohla Dargis of the New York Times attempted to elaborate, writing, "As erratically enjoyable as it is consistently ridiculous, the martial arts pastiche The Man With the Iron Fists is the latest evidence that the vogue for neo-exploitation cinema shows no sign of flagging." Scott Bowles of USA Today wasn't taken in by the whole rapper-turned-director thing, writing, quite damningly, "Goes a long way in demonstrating that a bad movie with big names is still a bad movie. Just prettier." Kyle Smith of the New York Post provided this week's obligatory facetious review, offering, "At 96 minutes it is exactly 93 1/2 minutes too long.
So, probably enough there to tempt cinemagoers into seeing The Man With The Iron Fists this weekend. Let us know what you thought of the movie.
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Rapper-turned-filmmaker RZA began acting in 1999 with Jim Jarmusch's "Ghost Dog: The Way of the Samurai," but has taken his cinematic career one step further, by directing, co-writing and starring in "The Man With the Iron Fists," which opens today (November, 1)
Working as part of a rap group, with big personalities vying for positions, seems to have strengthened RZA's skillset as a director: "There was a lot of testosterone on the set," RZA told MYSA. "Everybody thinks they're the toughest. Everybody thinks they're handsome. Everybody thinks what they do is the best way to do it. Some friction built up, but I said, 'Listen, y'all ... would you believe Ghostface and Raekwon (prominent Wu-Tang rappers) were enemies before becoming one of the best rap combinations ever? I told them how Meth (Method Man) and Rae would battle. Dealing with those personalities helped me in dealing with actors."
After being enlisted by Tarantino to provide the soundtrack for his 2003 kung fu revenge caper "Kill Bill," RZA became a regular presence on the director's sets and has visited every Tarantino production since then. "I started noticing he was checking how you do it: Me working with the cinematographer, how you do a fight scene in a practical sense," Tarantino told The LA Times of RZA's M.O. in 2010. "He'd sit on a box somewhere, writing on a sketch pad and taking it all in."
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Wu Tang leader turned actor turned director RZA will follow-up his directorial debut The Man With the Iron Fists with a biopic on Mongol leader Genghis Kahn, the Hollywood Reporter has revealed.
RZA is teaming up with filmmaker John Milius to bring Genghis Khan to the big screen, with Milius providing the massive screenplay and RZA stepping behind the camera again. The hip-hop legend has another project up his sleeves too, as it has also been announced that he will helm the upcoming action thriller No Man’s Land.
The proposed biopic has been in the pipeline for years now, with Milius having written the screenplay and signing on as executive producer for some time now. It is with the announcement that RZA will direct that the film has finally been given some kind of confirmation that it will come into fruition in the near future, although an exact date has not been given yet. Andre Morgan and Peter Lam have signed on to produce the project, with filming expected to begin next year in China, where RZA filmed most of TMWTIF.
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'The Man with the Iron Fists' tells the tale of a blacksmith in the 1800s who forges intricate weaponry in the tiny Chinese village where he lives. He has an extensive knowledge of the trade and understands that weapon forging needs three things: the right metal, sky high temperatures and a killer. He lands himself in the situation where he is forced to defend the people around him, joining forces with warriors and assassins, as they arm themselves against a treachery which puts him and the villagers under serious threat. The blacksmith uses his remarkable skills in order to control an ancient power to transform himself into the ultimate human weapon.
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The Brennan family are suddenly thrown into dismay when wife and mother Lara Brennan is arrested for the murder of her boss. Throughout her incarceration and trail, Lara has always pleaded innocent to the claims but she was still found guilty leaving her husband John at home looking after their young son who is growing increasingly distant to his mother.
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Peter is a business man who's trying to get home to his wife to be there for the birth of their first child. Being stuck on the other side of the country Peter plans to catch a flight from Atlanta to make sure he's back home in plenty of time. But when he's unable to fly driving is his only option, an aspiring actor names Ethan comes to the rescue of Peters and offers him a place in his car.
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