Posts Tagged ‘The Raid Redemption’

Podcast On Fire 143: Tom On Fire aka Taste Better Here Or In The West?

The so far quite much beloved Tom On Fire segment returns in a big bad way as Tom brings the following topics to the table that you can follow along with and discuss at home:

*How, as we’ve got older and our tastes for cinema in general have changed has this changed the way we approach Asian cinema?

*Do we feel in anyway certain performers or directors get TOO much attention in the West, or too much attention from fans in general ?

Also featuring a possibly controversial review of The Raid: Redemption, Daniel Wu and Kevin Spacey as superheroes and Kenny B watched a Korean movie?

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Podcast on Fire 122: Victim

No Hitler-Cast, i.e. Ken doing a solo POF this week as Hong Kong Dave returns! Together with Kenny B, there’s a lengthy discussion on John Woo’s Heroes Shed No Tears, tangents on State of Grace and The Raid before the main subject of this week takes center stage: Ringo Lam’s possibly supernatural cop flick Victim starring Lau Ching-wan and Tony Leung Ka-fai.

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