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Train To Busan – Review

Train To Busan has been a blockbuster hit across Asia, setting box office records that haven’t been seen since The Admiral: Roaring Currents was in theatres. Viewers are thrilled, trapped on a speeding train...
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Apocalypse Child – Review

Apocalypse Child is a film about Ford, an experienced surfing instructor who has always been told his father was Francis Ford Coppola. Yes, the Francis Ford Coppola, who directed Apocalypse Now in the...
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Hime-Anole – Review

Morita Go delivers a disturbingly realistic performance as a psycho-slasher with a multiple personality disorder that rapidly switches during scenes and keeps the audience constantly guessing. The first 40...
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Our Little Sister – Review

Koreeda follows in the steps of Western directors such as Ken Loach and Andrea Arnold with Our Little Sister, embracing the social realism genre with three Japanese sisters in this heartwarming insight into...
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Dragon Blade – Review

If you thought audiences had seen everything Jackie Chan has to offer on screen, you thought wrong. This dazzling war epic sees Chan team up with John Cusack in the fight against Adrien Brody’s Roman...
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Veteran – Review

Ryoo Seung-wan returns after a two year break with his hilarious box office smash Veteran. Following police inspector Seo Do-cheal (Hwang Jung-min) cracking smuggling rings and taking down big money...
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The Wicked – Review

There’s a rumoured witch in the office, the introvert who ruthlessly bullies her co-workers. Park Ju-hui takes centre stage in Yoo Young-sun’s The Wicked, dramatic performances oozing tension and...
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Attack on Titan: Part 1 – Review

Whilst it was a Japanese box office behemoth, Attack on Titan fails to deliver on its gargantuan potential in the first of Shinji Higuchi’s manga adaption two-parter. Expansive source material and high...

Women Who Flirt – Review

After the early 2014 success of Aberdeen, Pang Ho-cheung explores new frontiers in the mainland Chinese market in the humorous Women Who Flirt. Tomboyish Angie (Xun) chases the affections of her...

Ant-Man – Review

Ant-Man is the hidden gem of all recent superhero films. Douglas and Rudd battle on a goliath technoscale; facing down corporations, dejected daughters and supervillains alike. This faux-heist escapade...