Top 25 Of March

Top-25 copyIt is that time again since march is now in the books that I have to rate what I believed to be the top 25 films of March. To remind you, I will look at all the films I watched and I will rate them from 25 to 1 with one obviously being my favorite film of that particular month. At the end of the year I will rate the top 25 of the year if I make it to that point and hopefully I do. Obviously there are films that are left behind from the list considering some months have 30 and 31 days, we had to leave six films out because of the 3 days in March. The films that were left out were Taken 3, Hot Bot, Hell And Back, Bulworth, Johnny Mnemonic, and Diablo. Here is the top 25 for the month of March:

25. Batman V Superman: Dawn Of Justice

24. Spectre

23. All The Right Moves

22. Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials

21. IP Man: The Final Fight

20. Pee Wee’s Big Holiday

19. Smokin Aces

18. 10 Cloverfield Lane

17. Sucker Punch

16. The Jacket

15. The Night Before

14. The Man From U.N.C.L.E.

13. IP Man

12. IP Man 2

11. Nymphomaniac: Vol. II

10. Nymphomaniac: Vol. I

09. The Big Lebowski

08. Equilibrium

07. Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber Of Fleet Street

06. Midnight Cowboy

05. Bridge Of Spies

04. Room

03. City Of God

02. Zootopia

01. Mystic River

Day 90: IP Man: The Final Fight (2010)

ip man final fightWe are continuing our theme of kick ass Kung Fu and we are continuing with the legendary IP Man (real name Yip Man) who was the master of Bruce Lee. I didn’t know what the connection this film had to the previous films I reviewed, but IP Man: The Final Fight is not part of that series. In this film, it’s post war China and we find IP Man (Anthony Chau-Sang Wong) arriving in Hong Kong where he sets up shop and begins to teach. One of IP Man’s pupils finds himself deep into the Hong Kong underworld while another finds himself in a fight with the Triads forcing IP Man to come back into action for one more fight. In the meantime, we see IP Man deal with various issues we haven’t seen before like his Gastric pain and the vicissitudes of life. The film also stars Eric Tsang (The Accidental Spy) as NG Chung, Gillian Chung (Blade Of Kings) as Chan Sei-mui,  Jordan Chan (Big Bullet) as Tang Shing, Zhou Chuchu (The Apostles) as Jenny, Xin Xin Xiong (Double Team) as Local Dragon, Luxia Jiang (True Legend) as Le King, Timmy Hung (New Police Story) as Leung Sheung, and the film was directed by Herman Yau (The Legend Is Born: Ip Man).If you want to check out the stats and read the rest of the review, please follow this link to my Moshpits and Movies page.