I never thought I’d see a film which made the audience laugh at the epilogue notes that precede the credits of true story films. But Can You Ever Forgive Me? Is that kind of film.Read More Review: Can You Ever Forgive Me?
Lee Jong-su (Ah-in Yoo) has writers block.Read More Review: Burning
Three years after winning the Best Adapted Screenplay Oscar for The Big Short, a fast-paced and funny look at the 2008 financial crash, writer-director Adam McKay turns his attention to the Iraq War in Vice, an idiosyncratic biopic of ‘the most powerful Vice President in history’, Dick Cheney (Christian Bale).Read More Review: Vice
In the mid-nineties, years before Hayao Miyazaki achieved global acclaim with the Oscar-winning Spirited Away, he and his Studio Ghibli co-founder Isao Takahata were already looking for talented animators to succeed them as the animation studio’s head directors…Read More Hidden Gems: Whisper of The Heart
How does a filmmaker navigate the tricky subject of racist shootings by US police?Read More Review: Monsters and Men
“She devours men… and she doesn’t wear a corset.” That’s how French writer Willy (Dominic West) describes his ideal heroine in Wash Westmoreland’s period biopic Colette…Read More Review: Colette
Two years after Tite Kubo’s Shonen Jump hit Bleach ended its 15-year run, director Shinsuke Sato takes us back to where it all began in this decidedly mixed-bag of a live-action adaptation.Read More Manga Madness: Bleach (2018)