Asian Film Review

A sense of gloom covered Korean cinema in the year 2007, with fewer strong films than in previous years, local audiences beginning to cool on Korean film, exports showing a continued decline, and the film industry suffering through a recession of sorts. The first half of the year was parti

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Film Review: The Monkey King 3 Third entry in a blockbuster series is a bright, splashy search for love in a kingdom of women.

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One of the biggest issues that comes to mind after watching the film about the presentation of Arabs in culture as evil in “Reel Bad Arabs: How Hollywood Vilifies a People” is the way the classification by the film’s narrator Dr. Shaheen of Arabs in Hollywood films as “subhuman” and “stock villains” is being played out in real-life in

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John Cho, Haley Lu Richardson, Rory Culkin, Michelle Forbes, Parker Posey. (English, Korean dialogue.) A film critic and video essayist with evident affection for the work of Asian masters ranging from Yasujir┼Ź Ozu to Hirokazu Koreeda, the mono-monikered director examines the relationships between

Film Review: ‘Train to Busan’ Reviewed at Cannes Film Festival (Midnight), May 13, 2016. Running time: 118 MIN. (Original Title: “Busan haeng”) Production: (South Korea) A Next Entertainment World release, presentation of a Redpeter Film production.

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Keanu Reeves plays a cop hunting for his partner’s killer in this supernatural-tinged thriller. Moviegoers, or far more likely, VOD consumers, may well feel sorely resentful upon watching Keanu Reeves’ latest film, which is being advertised as a cop thriller but contains nary a trace of narrative

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