Sadness envelopes this post-war drama in this piece of Chinese cinema history
A (semi)-likeable cast make an otherwise dull Christmas film somewhat interesting to watch
The late Satoshi Kon delivers an equally grim and uplifting holiday classic in Tokyo Godfathers
South Korea’s highest grossing animated film to date brings us tears, excitement, laughs, and more!
The Pang Brothers have the foresight to not reference the previous film, but do they have enough material to make a standalone sequel?
Past mistakes are fixed, by both the characters and the director, in an epic conclusion to the trilogy
In part 2, the story focuses more, but loses a bit of its down-to-earth charm
With its likeable characters and great story, The Beginning of the End is a solid if disjointed start to an epic sci-fi trilogy
Tony Jaa gets a chance to show off his softer side, in a film where he also kicks people through walls
Adventure dominates a world of ruin in one of Miyazaki’s first of many fine films
While not a classic in any way, 13 Beloved is a melange of genres that won’t fail to thrill
Nobuhiko Obayashi, whether intentionally or not, makes a bafflingly great Hallowe’en classic.