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Optimum

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Latest article added : Test DVD Optimum : A Better Tomorrow Ultimate Edition (16/6/2006)
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  Test DVD Optimum : A Better Tomorrow Ultimate Edition :
A Better Tomorrow is the first consecration for John Woo and Chow Yun Fat, it’s a cult movie and an absolute must-see of Hong Kong cinema. Has Optimum, the distributor already responsible for a correct Swordsman II DVD, delivered at last a definitive version of that jewel? Arnaud tells you more with the following test. He will also take advantage of this test to make a comparison with the other edition by the MIA.
Author(s) : Arnaud Lanuque
Date : 16/6/2006
Type(s) : DVD Review


Funimation

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Latest article added : DVD review: Supreme Swordsman (Funimation) (18/4/2011)
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  DVD review: Supreme Swordsman (Funimation) :
A Shaw Brothers wuxiapian from the 1980s, Supreme Swordsman fails on many levels but still manages to entertain, thanks to a stellar cast and decent action. Sylvia delves into the film flaws and lists the DVD merits.
Author(s) : Sylvia Rorem
Date : 18/4/2011
Type(s) : DVD Review

  DVD review: Bastard Swordsman (Funimation) :
A wuxiapian from the early 1980s and with the same supersonic action scenes and fun sfx as in Zu or Holy Flame of the Martial World, Bastard Swordsman delivers its fair share of entertainment. Sylvia Rorem delves into the film’s craziness and discusses the merits of the Funimation DVD, the only video edition of the film available in North America.
Author(s) : Sylvia Rorem
Date : 27/3/2011
Type(s) : DVD Review


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