The Ultraman franchise has shown massive success in Japan since the late 60s.
New York Asian Film Festival
Office politics can really suck.
I didn’t expect to like it.
Battle of Memories is messy, campy, melodramatic, a touch schlocky — and so, so much fun.
Have you ever wondered what it means to be human? Director Miwa Nishikawa attempts to answer that question in A Double Life (Nijû seikatsu) through the lens of a curious female Japanese graduate student and the path she chooses to tread upon in order to find her version of an answer.
Warner Bros. continues to venture into the Korean film world with their second Korean film, this time showcasing a more indie style with the directorial debut of Lee Joo-young. After last year’s huge spy thriller, Age of Shadows, A Single Rider (Kor: 싱글라이더) stars Lee Byung-hyun and Gong Hyo-jin in a film that takes a quiet look into the power of choice and the guilt of regret.
Heart Attack captures the process of learning to love life with stunning realism.