This movie is nothing short of a delight, the kind that gets me giggling like a little schoolgirl every time I think about it.
A truly classic kung fu comedy, with amazing fight choreography and the best slapstick this side of a Jackie Chan film.
It’s one of those movies that’s pure cinematic candy, and I love it.
The premise itself, about a man who is slowly dying and the girl that he falls in love with, would seem prone to sappiness.
“Il Mare“‘s simple, well-paced story, honest performances, and heartfelt characters ensure that it’s more than just eye candy.
You don’t go see a 3-hour-long cinematic adaption of Inuit legends that are thousands of years old, and just immediately know what you think of it.
In a genre that is often too over the top for its own good, Princess Blade offers a nice dose of drama and gravity.
An infectious, lighthearted romp that’s so entertaining you’d have to have a heart of coal to not enjoy it.
I left the film wondering to what point is my culture’s violence ingrained in my psyche.
A gripping drama that follows four childhood friends throughout the years, ‘Friend’ delivers on nearly every count.