There are no victories too small in Lik Ho’s dramatic, uplifting directorial debut “For once in your life, cheer yourself on.” I don’t like to talk about it much, but I’ve dedicated a not insignificant portion of my life to running. I haven’t mentioned it a lot mostly because that would be somewhat out of … Continue reading I Still Remember
Empty hands and empty hearts take centre stage in Chapman To’s sports drama.
Things are a bit samey in Yongyoot Thongkongtoon’s otherwise sweet sports comedy.
Father and son wrestle with their emotions in Kim Dae-woong’s sports comedy.
Anything goes in Takeshi Koike’s wackiest of races.
Despite its familiar plotting, Shinobu Yaguchi’s comedy finds the humanity in its underdog heroes