Two more months…you mean it’s two more months and it’s goodbye to 2014? Gosh, I feel like I haven’t spent it that well… As the end of the year draws near, there are some really great Asian films to look forward to! Here’s to trailers, trailers and more trailers!! 單身男女 Don’t Go Breaking My Heart … More Asian films to anticipate as we march into 2015!
If you haven’t catch this trailer, you need to do so now… John Woo is gonna shake us all this December with The Crossing 《太平輪：亂世浮生》。The stellar cast is enough to entice you into the cinemas – Takeshi Kaneshiro, Masami Nagasawa, Zhang Ziyi, Huang Xiaoming, Song Hye Kyo and Tong Dawei. Now, mark your calendars and … More The Crossing 《太平輪：亂世浮生》
As a kid, I remember it was always exciting when they were showing a Jackie Chan movie on television. Even though they have been repeated to death, it’s always nice to re-watch the action and comedy. Moreover, there’s Jackie Chan stunts that reminds one of Buster Keaton. So, it started from Police Story 1, 2,3 … More Review: Police Story 2013 警察故事2013
The film’s opening is boring although a sea battle between an army and a sea monster takes place. Worst, Mark Chao’s almost lifeless voice over (which is quite badly written) doesn’t add any juice. For the first 15 minutes or so, I had a thought I could re-dub the boring dialogue and incidents happening to … More Review: Young Detective Dee: Rise Of The Sea Dragon 狄仁傑之神都龍王 (2013)
Stephen Chow is Stephen Chow, no matter where you put him (except maybe in CJ7). Every frame of this movie delivers the touch of the comedic master Stephen Chow. On the first thought when looking at the poster, if you’re wondering – China actors, familiar faces like Shu Qi and Show Luo, and a dose … More Review: Journey To The West 2013: Conquering Demons 西游.降魔篇
Amidst a sea of co-productions which sometimes makes one cringe at the storyline, this China and South Korea film has a story which fits the context of both countries. No stunning special effects or exciting plot twists but there’s enough to get some of your emotions running. The Story 15 year old Weiwei is left … More Review: Mr Go 미스터 고 (2013)