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Is nothing sacred? Donnie Yen, who can do martial arts AND comedy with the best of them (He stole “Rogue One”) is the big name on the Marquee for this martial arts action farce. Coming soon? We hope.
Here’s a poignant romance about two Canadian women who passed themselves off as “cousins” for almost three quarters of a century because they grew up and fell in love at a time when that was called “the love that dare … Continue reading