Boys rule, girls drool in Corey Yuen and Patrick Leung’s aged-like-milk fantasy.
A middle-aged man tries to live as best he can in Jun Ichikawa’s study of solitude and compulsion.
A group of lazy schoolgirls find passion in big band music, of all things, in Shinobu Yaguchi’s comedy.
An unearthly force is awoken in Thailand's first attempt at a kaiju film.
Hayao Miyazaki’s fantasy adventure takes flight but never quite stays airborne throughout.
This dull snoozefest is made all the worst by a lacklustre plot and a thorough lack of scares.
Great action and a likeable cast save Benny Chan’s reboot from a mediocre story.
Sylvia Chang shakes up the comedy scene with the sweet and quirky 20,30,40
The Pang Brothers have the foresight to not reference the previous film, but do they have enough material to make a standalone sequel?
Literal and metaphorical ghosts aplenty in this tense horrors-of-war movie
Stephen Chow directs and stars in a bombastic film that’s a blast from start to finish. You don't get films like this over here.
One Missed Call offers you nothing you haven’t already seen before, but it easily manages to captivate and frighten.