The story between father and son has been a very common theme in many movies, and especially in Asian movies. Looking Up is the Chinese take on the genre with its own spin, as well as its own moral lesson.
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Man, it’s been more than two decades since that classic film that has touched the hearts of millions or even billions. And now it’s back in the form of The Lion King, with the exact same name.
HK Cinema has never gotten far from themes of triads, guns, police and drugs. And The White Storm 2 is essentially another entry that makes full use of those themes. Except this time it features 2 of the biggest HK actors – Andy Lau and Louis Koo.
The Avengers Endgame has just ended a few months back with much fanfare, and also tearful goodbyes to Iron Man and Captain America. But the story has not ended yet with the return of Spider-Man: Far From Home.
Recently lots of Stephen King’s novels have been translated into movies such as It, The Dark Tower and Gerald’s Game. And Pet Sematary is just the latest of the trend.
War, war never changes. And Advance Wave Upon Wave takes the same concept and puts it from the Chinese Civil War perspective. Here, it is based on a real-life characters, the 8 brothers, who were all sent to war as part of the Red Army against the Nationalists.
Sports drama film have always been popular worldwide, as it resonates easily with the audience of different countries. And Going Vertical is exactly that for the Russian audience, especially regarding the heroic win over the USA in the 1972 Munich Olympic.
Teen Spirit is a film that chronicles something that is very relatable to us. With the common trope of becoming a superstar, this film has already told you roughly half of the pretty predictable plot. So what really sets it apart?