Action, romance, vampires and cameos collide in a bizarre, but certainly interesting piece of early 21st century nonsense.
Kim Moon-saeng’s 2003 animated sci-fi is never sure if it wants to be good, bad, deep, shallow, or entertaining.
By focusing on characters and stakes, part two of the trilogy complements and even improves the first
While not to everyone's tastes, Save the Green Planet mixes in horror, black comedy, and heart to make something quite unique.
Takeshi Kitano refuses to take himself too seriously, resulting in a film that is both brutal, and lots of fun