Jack Black returns as Po for the third entry in the Kung Fu Panda series, where Po finds he’s not the last panda in the world when he’s reunited with his father, Li (Bryan Cranston)
Lost in the shuffle of early 90’s action stars, Zach, Chris and Joe check out the debut action movie of Kenpo black belt Jeff Speakman, 1991’s The Perfect Weapon, for the latest EA Commentary.
Jeff Bridges and Ryan Reynolds are dead lawmen who are recruited by the Rest in Peace Department to stop evil spirits from destroying the world of the living in the upcoming RIPD.
With Stallone getting into a mismatched partnership this weekend in Bullet to the Head, the crew of Zach, Chris and Joe go back to 1989 for another classic pairing in Tango & Cash, with Stallone teaming up with Kurt Russell.
Seemingly a normal construction worker, Jeff Sanders is secretly a black belt in Kenpo and must use his skills to avenge the death of his mentor when he is killed by the Korean mafia.
The first Jason Statham movie of the year features some solid action but gets dragged down by a needlessly convoluted plot and a non-existent relationship between Statham and his young protectee.
Probably best known as evil San Fransisco sorcerer David Lo Pan, James Hong is one of the most prolific character actors with over 360 roles.
Jason Statham continues his reign as the greatest current action star into 2012 with Safe, where he’s protecting a young girl who has memorized a code that makes her the target of the Russian and Chinese mafias, as well as corrupt cops.