Life never really gets easier as you age in E J-yong’s drama.
A slow-paced but gripping thriller is bolstered by excellent direction and performances.
Past, present, religion and nature come together in a thoughtful if meandering documentary on construction culture.
A few fun moments don’t exactly save an otherwise forgettable ‘action’-thriller.
Miike’s JoJo film is entirely unnecessary but it’s lot of fanservicey fun nonetheless .
OK, now this is better.
Jackie Chan leads a group of rebels against the Japanese in Ding Sheng’s action comedy.
Iko Uwais reliably kicks a lot of ass in Kimo Stamboel and Timo Tjahjanto’s 2016 action thriller.
Two men try to reconcile and piece together their lives in Wong Chun’s directorial debut.
Lee Gae-byok’s comedy has plenty of charm to go around, but never quite hits the heights it could.
Sammo Hung shows his soft and brutal sides in this action drama.
Confusion and paranoia drive the plot in this moody, creepy horror.