Wolves, Pigs & Men (Japan, 1964)

There’s nothing quite like visiting the early work of a favorite filmmaker and tracing the path of their success through the years, from beginning to end. Throughout his 40-year career, Kinji Fukasaku pursued a diverse […]

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on Dec, 11 · in Reviews

Dead Kids (Philippines, 2019)

If anything, there‚Äôs nothing dead about Dead Kids. This new feature by Mikhail Red sure is quite lively. Perhaps way too lively. Dead Kids is quite ambitious: it tries to be a lot of things, […]

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on Dec, 09 · in Reviews

Tokyo! (France/Japan, 2008) [Tokyo Stories]

Taken as a whole, there does not seem to be any connecting points between the three films featured in the anthology Tokyo!, which was produced by Comme des Cinemas in 2008. Tapped the then-emerging world […]

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on Dec, 01 · in Reviews

Parasite (South Korea, 2019)

An unfortunate truth of the movie culture is that constant buzz can often backfire. It happens every year. There are always one or two films for which critics raise expectations so impossibly high, that when […]

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on Nov, 24 · in Reviews

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