It’s the audience that suffers the most in Hisaaki Nagaoka’s tedious, tiresome attempt at horror.
In Part 2, the battle for Red Cliff focuses and offers more drama, combat and plenty of flames.
History has never been more grand and more romanticised than in the first part of John Woo's magnificent Three Kingdoms saga.
Yojiro Takita’s mature drama about loss finds beauty in both life and death.
With an abundance of energy, and some incredible cinematography, Kim Jee-Woon brings much-needed life to the Western genre.
Yanin Vismistananda shines in her second role, Rashane Limtrakul’s so-so action film Raging Phoenix.
Shaolin Grandma seems perfectly content being forgettable, boring and unfunny
An entertaining premise is bolstered by some great performances, but slowed by some boring sub-plots
A simple story is made more entertaining through an unusual protagonist and some excellent action
Stupid is as stupid does in this sweet, unassuming comedy
With its likeable characters and great story, The Beginning of the End is a solid if disjointed start to an epic sci-fi trilogy
A blend of past and present, Bringing Godzilla Down to Size is an in-depth, intelligent and balanced view of the world behind the monster.