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It's always good to check out reviews for a film before you go see it so that you get some sort of idea from the experts before making your own judgement. That's why we decided to have a special section of movie reviews here so that you can get an idea how good some of the films Mark has been in are. This section contains movie reviews of some of the films that Mark has done during his career.  Catch a glimpse of the accolades he has received for the efforts he has put in.

Broken Arrow

"It features chases and fights on or in planes, boats, trains, trucks, helicopters and copper mines. (what, no spaceships?) All this is standard movie fare, but Woo, a veteran of the energetic Hong Kong film industry, has a genius for directing action sequences. His choices are invariably creative and unexpected, especially in the hand-to-hand combat scenes" --Stacey Richter, Tuscon Weekly, 2/15/96.

"The preposterous thrills in Broken Arrow take the characters from a fight aboard a stealth bomber to a car chase across the flats of Utah to the bowels of a disused copper mine to a speeding train. The pace is relentless; Woo never allows the excitement to flag. In the end, Broken Arrow is an exhilarating, if empty, experience. It's the kind of thing where you turn off your brain and dig your fingernails into the armrest." --James Berardinelli, Colossus.net, February, 1996.

"Woo's picture offers several nifty adventures set in unconventional locations. The desert of Utah allows Woo to refresh such action picture traditions as helicopter shootouts and maniacal gunplay aboard a speeding train-- stunts we’ve seen on film many times before, usually shot at airfields and in subway stations."
 --Remington Dahl, Movie-Reviews.com, February, 1996.


"The movie is above all an action thriller. John Woo, whose previous American films include "Broken Arrow" likes spectacular stunts in unlikely settings, and the movie includes chases involving an airplane (which crashes into a hangar) and speedboats (which crash into piers and each other). ...Woo, who became famous for his Hong Kong action pictures before hiring on in Hollywood, is a director overflowing with invention. He works here with an original screenplay by Mike Werb and Michael Colleary, which explores the strange implications of the face-swap....Woo and his writers find a terrific counterpoint to the action scenes: All through the movie, you find yourself reinterpreting every scene as you realize the "other" character is "really" playing it." --Roger Ebert, Chicago Sun Times, July, 1997.

"And the action scenes! Nobody kicks ass like John Woo at full throttle, and Face/Off includes about a half-dozen action sequences that are at once rhapsodic, thematically expressive, and white-knuckle tense." --Jim Ridley, Nashville Scene, 7/8/97.

"Face/Off works like a charm right on down the line thanks to brilliant, exhilarating performances, and the many tremendously enjoyable action set-pieces that are Woo's hallmark." --Marc Savlov, Austin Chronicle, 7/8/97.

"This film is by far the action film of the year as far as I'm concerned...You will NOT be disappointed if you spend the $6.00 to go to this movie." --Morgan Manero, RickOHIO Magazine, August 1997 

Battlefield Earth

"It is going to be a galaxy away from everything else this year." --Stephen Whitty, The Newark Star-Ledger, April 30, 2000.

"Battlefield Earth is a huge visual feast." --Christine Long, CFCF TV, May 11, 2000.

"Battlefield Earth will rock America!" --Maria Salas, GEMS Television, May 11, 2000.

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