- Tár (2022) ☆☆☆1/2(3.5/4): A dry but complex character study from Field and Blanchett
- The Night Owl (2021) ☆☆☆(3/4): He saw what he was not supposed to see…
- Seire (2021) ☆☆☆(3/4): Haunted by his ex-girlfriend
- The Swimmers (2022) ☆☆☆(3/4): Swimmer sisters from Syria
- The Wonder (2022) ☆☆☆(3/4): She cannot just observe….
- Pinocchio (2022) ☆☆☆1/2(3.5/4): An enchanting animation film from Guillermo del Toro
- Armageddon Time (2022) ☆☆1/2(2.5/4): So he grows up…
- Strange World (2022) ☆☆☆(3/4): Into a familiar but fun world
- Spirited (2022) ☆☆1/2(2.5/4): A Christmas Carol with song and dance
- Falling for Christmas (2022) ☆☆1/2(2.5/4): An average Christmas product from Netflix
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Monthly Archives: December 2013
And now here is the list of 11 South Korean films you should not miss.
And here are the other 5 movies in my list – with other films good enough to be mentioned.
Here are the first 5 movies in my list.
Sharply observing the troubles and dilemmas between its reserved characters we do not know entirely even in the end, Asghar Farhadi’s new film “The Past”, a quiet but compelling domestic melodrama, shows us how the present and future can be … Continue reading
A funny thing about “Laurence Anyways” is that it takes quite a long trip to arrive at a simple answer to the problems and following struggles in its story. I guess that is what would happen when 1) your dear … Continue reading
“The Suspect” is a well-made action film which will remind you of many, many thriller films about a lone guy on the run. Its busy style represented by quick cuts and shaky handheld camera movement is certainly influenced by none … Continue reading
Although it has been mainly known for its very frank depiction of sex scenes since its premiere at the Cannes Film festival in this May, “Blue is the Warmest Color” is a lot more than that. This is a close, … Continue reading
“Don Jon” wants to talk about an interesting subject, but it only keeps scratching its surface. As a more humorous cousin of Steven McQueen’s “Shame”(2011), the movie tries to look cheerfully at a certain form of sex addiction and its … Continue reading
Hirokazu Kore-eda’s new film “Like Father, Like Son” serenely observes its characters with deep sympathy toward their hard, difficult circumstance. Slowly and delicately immersing itself in the rhythm of daily life, the movie never overplays the accumulating emotions inside the … Continue reading