Ip Man is absolute perfection — crazy choreographed fun at its finest. Donnie Yen awes with lightning-fast hands and tight technique as innovative martial-arts legend Ip Man, mentor to Bruce Lee and innovator of the Wing Chun fighting style. His skill is matched by his unrelenting aura of cool. Nothing disturbs the master as he single-handedly obliterates hordes of foes across China. It’s a beautiful ballet of violence.
Arrested Development is a rare, beautiful jewel of television. The last episode aired in 2006, but fans will soon have their much deserved redemption. Netflix will debut the entire fourth season before the long-awaited rebirth of this TV treasure. Everyone must catch up on the first three seasons of utter hilarity and brilliant inside jokery, as Michael Bluth (Jason Bateman) steers his farcical family and their corrupt real estate company away from the brink of destruction.
- Ip Man (Hong Kong) 2010, Well Go
- List price: $19.98
- Arrested Development (US) 2003-2013, 20th Century Fox
- List price: $89.98 (8 discs)
— Nathan John, freelance writer