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  • A violin prodigy and his father travel to Beijing, where the father seeks the means to his son's success while the son struggles to accept the path laid before him -- IMDB.

    'Together' (2002) Movie Review

    'Together' (2002) Movie Review

    by Winnie Khaw0

  • A con-team couple head west after taking a city businessman for his BMW. But an encounter with a naive young carpenter travelling home with his life savings challenges their fate—IMDB. 2.5/5.

    'A World Without Thieves' (2004) Movie Review

    'A World Without Thieves' (2004) Movie Review

    by Winnie Khaw0

  • Find out about the best Bollywood movies from the 90s. These are listed in chronological order. The list has movies from all genres, be it romantic, comedy, action, or even art. This list has it all.

    Top 90 Hindi Movies of the 1990s

    Top 90 Hindi Movies of the 1990s

    by Kannan Reddy0

  • Thailand's film industry is one of the most underrated in the world. They have proven that they have the ability to take everyday and ordinary subjects and twist it to make great films.

    Top 10 Contemporary Thai Movies You Must Watch

    Top 10 Contemporary Thai Movies You Must Watch

    by Fairlane Raymundo0

  • The sequel to Kim Yong-hwa's South Korean action fantasy drama lacks the emotional wallop of the original film, but still provides a fascinating look at what awaits us after we die.

    'Along with the Gods: The Last 49 Days' Review

    'Along with the Gods: The Last 49 Days' Review

    by Chris Sawin0

  • You can feed your Bollywood fever with my list of the 20 Best Bollywood Hindi movies! I also included trailers, best scenes or video songs to this list in order to help you decide what movie to choose. You can even watch some movies here!

    Top 20 Best Bollywood Hindi Movies

    Top 20 Best Bollywood Hindi Movies

    by Diana2

  • A Thai horror comedy that redefines the desperation an average man faces when faced with the opportunity of becoming wealthy in an instant. Can one be pushed too far? Is any one task too revolting and too gruesome to complete?

    Review Recollection - 13: Game of Death (2008)

    Review Recollection - 13: Game of Death (2008)

    by Chris Sawin0

  • In 1959, François Truffaut’s The 400 Blows won him the award for best director at the Cannes Film Festival. The 400 Blows remains a prime example of the stylistic innovations of the French New Wave. Largely autobiographical, it recounts the story...

    The 400 Blows: Antoine Doinel's Place in the French New Wave

    The 400 Blows: Antoine Doinel's Place in the French New Wave

    by Browland17

  • If you think all the ripoffs of the Blairwitch Project and Paranormal Activity are no longer scary, you can thank Japan as they have taken to the subgenre like ducks to a pond. Here are 5 of the best:

    Top 5 Scariest Found Footage Films From Japan

    Top 5 Scariest Found Footage Films From Japan

    by neilencio2

  • A South Korean drama centered around the Gwangju Democratization Movement of 1980. Song Kang-ho stars.

    A Taxi Driver (2017) Review

    A Taxi Driver (2017) Review

    by Chris Sawin0

  • Japan's film culture has always been an eccentric one, but where their bizarre imaginations really shine, in my opinion, is in their horror cinema. This article is my personal list of the best films.

    My Top 10 Japanese Horror Films

    My Top 10 Japanese Horror Films

    by Kyle Atwood0

  • One of the weirdest, loudest, craziest, and most amazing 55-minute Japanese films to ever be released. Tadanobu Asano is pretty great in general, but give him an electric guitar and a lizard infatuation and he's even more awesome.

    Review Recollection: 'Electric Dragon 80,000 V' (2001)

    Review Recollection: 'Electric Dragon 80,000 V' (2001)

    by Chris Sawin0

  • Prompted by the death of his father and the grief of his mother, a man recalls the story of how they met in flashback - IMDB.

    'The Road Home' (1999) Movie Review

    'The Road Home' (1999) Movie Review

    by Winnie Khaw0

  • Looking for great Hindi romantic movies? Read this page to know about the top 25 best Indian romantic Bollywood movies of all time.

    Top 50+ Best Hindi Romantic Movies

    Top 50+ Best Hindi Romantic Movies

    by Kannan Reddy53

  • I've watched many zombie films, they are among my favorite genres. But a horror film you could watch with someone who isn't into horror and gore? A movie that may make you choke up? Yes, this is it.

    'Train to Busan'-A South Korean Zombie Masterpiece

    'Train to Busan'-A South Korean Zombie Masterpiece

    by Mother of Movies and Series Reviews0

  • The sort-of, not-really sequel to Operation Mekong has Dante Lam returning to write and direct and Zhang Hanyu comes back to not do much of anything.

    'Operation Red Sea' (2018) Review

    'Operation Red Sea' (2018) Review

    by Chris Sawin0

  • Malaysians love humor in their movies. If you’re in the mood to check out some comedy, here are the 10 funniest Malaysian movies.

    10 Funniest Malaysian Movies

    10 Funniest Malaysian Movies

    by Fairlane Raymundo2

  • Italian Cinema. Two words that go together beautifully. It can be tough watching a foreign film but the themes, music, and acting in these 5 Italian films are enough to make anyone fall in love with "Il Cinema Italiano."

    Top 5 Italian Movies Every American Film-Lover Should Watch

    Top 5 Italian Movies Every American Film-Lover Should Watch

    by Gianfranco Regina0

  • Plagiarism is defined as the "wrongful appropriation," "close imitation," or "purloining and publication" of another author's "language, thoughts, ideas, or expressions". Read more about it on Wikipedia. For those of you unfamiliar with...

    Bollywood (Indian) Movies That Copy Hollywood

    Bollywood (Indian) Movies That Copy Hollywood

    by Intellikid325

  • This article intends to offer an interpretation of Gasper Noe's brutally honest work of art Irreversible. It will be offering my meaning making of the plot and the possible interpretation to the ambiguity that made this movie.

    Irreversible (2002) : Final Scene Analysis

    Irreversible (2002) : Final Scene Analysis

    by Zoya Dawar0

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