In Tomomi Mochizuki’s TV romance, as in life, teenage love can only lead to drama.
A man struggles against an unforgiving system and closed-minded family in Cheng Yu-chieh’s drama.
A sudden pregnancy divides and unites two best friends in Hajime Tsuda’s quiet comedy-drama.
Boys rule, girls drool in Corey Yuen and Patrick Leung’s aged-like-milk fantasy.
Bigger isn’t always better for a hapless superhero in Hitoshi Matsumoto’s kaiju comedy
A middle-aged man tries to live as best he can in Jun Ichikawa’s study of solitude and compulsion “Loneliness is like a prison, that’s how Tony saw it.” I love me a good bombastic action film or melodramatic romance. Cinema is, after all, an audio-visual medium and a movie that can take full advantage of … Continue reading Tony Takitani
David Lam’s 90-minute commercial for the ICAC is exactly as boring as it sounds.
Gentleman thief Arsène Lupin III returns guns blazing for his first CG animated adventure.
History has never before taken such a walloping than in Roy Chow's video game adaptation.
A young man struggles with identity and sexuality in a country that doesn’t know whether to accept or shun him in Garin Nugroho’s drama.
Two men learn to never do favours for your boss in Hong Eui-jeong’s drama.
A hitman is thrown into a chaotic cat-and-mouse game, just minutes away from retirement in Hong Won-chan’s action thriller. “You promised to take one last job.” These famous last words are directed at In-nam (Hwang Jung-min), a hitman who’s about ready to throw the towel in and retire to Panama, where people apparently go to … Continue reading Deliver us from Evil