The next instalment in the Jurassic World series is coming to the silver screen in 2 more years, but now a short that acts as a prologue to the film has been released just recently! Battle at Big Rock gives us a glimpse at how the world has adapted to the presence of the released cloned dinosaurs.
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.
Death comes to all living beings, and is also the only two things that are shared equally, the other being birth. And with death often comes regrets, which then becomes the theme of The Selfish Ones as it explores it in a more intimate manner.
Lying is one of the things humans do, but what happens if you take it too far? Well, Max is the film exactly about that scenario, and also explores how it might just bite you back in the least expected way.
The second biweekly curated short film list is here finally! And this time the themes are more varied with different video mediums, as well as premise. Some is a story of love, while others tell of that of human nature as well as a simple animation of a dog.
Can love blossoms between an Android and her technician? And how would it turn out when the technician’s father himself is in an anti-android faction? The Masseuse uses these conflicts as the base of its narrative that aims to entertain, but also subtly teaches us about some real world stuff.
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.
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