After being known for Your Name, we are once again presented with another of the famed director’s work that deals with extreme weather and romance. Weathering with You is the film that results from those combinations and it does seem to look as good as its predecessors.
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Tarantino is back, but this time his movie seems to be more of a slice-of-life genre rather than the gritty action to the likes of Inglorious Basterds or Django Unchained. Once Upon a Time in Hollywood is really a sort of homage to the old classic Hollywood back in their heydays in alternate timeline.
If you are familiar with many of the Chinese folklores, then this film will definitely pique your interest. For Ne Zha is using that same character and remold it to form a proper story that makes you appreciate the original take based on the classic folklore god child.
Do you know South Korea has one of the largest populations that follows the teaching of Jesus Christ? So it’s natural that many films are produced with the religion as a theme, where the good fight the evil. The Divine Fury is yet another one that has appeared this year tackling the same subject.
Have you wondered what will be the result from the mixture of Yoona, some mountain-climbing skills and bio-terrorism in Seoul? Exit will be the unexpected answer and hell it is truly different from the current crop of films from South Korea.
Good things come in pairs, or in this case, three – especially when Keanu Reeves is involved. A trilogy that promises more action and more Keanu in every scenes. John Wick Chapter 3: Parabellum is the result from the desire of both the director and fans alike.
Black Comedy with a twist that is both unusual as well as entertaining. Parasite is the offering that the well-known director of The Host has given us this year. And it’s not related to the Japanese anime/manga/film Parasyte at all!
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.