An abandoned dog learns to not rely on humans in Oh Seong-yun and Lee Chun-baek’s animated adventure.
A trio of kids work to understand just what the hell is going on in Studio Colorido’s fantasy/sci-fi adventure.
Saiki Kusuo’s live-action film is just like his life: an absolute disaster.
A slow start impedes what is otherwise a fun and inventive family movie.
In which nothing actually happens.
Studio Ponoc shows us what it has to offer with this hour-long trio of short films.
Men really are pigs in Hayao Miyazaki’s aviation adventure.
A brother and sister look for shoes, instead come face-to-face with their own mortality.
Three kids hatch a heist in Sung-ho Kim’s adaptation of Barbara O'Connor's book.
China’s first feature-length animated film is, naturally, based off one of its most beloved tales. How does it hold up?
Over the top visuals offer little to distract from this shallow adaptation
Animation and opera come together wonderfully in Wan Laiming’s donghua feature.