This is the first part (well actually the first two parts) of this Movie Project. Before watching it, I didn’t know much about it, basically I only knew the summary and that it was praised by lots of people.
Watched: Justice, My Foot!
I watched this HK Comedy with Stephen Chow and Anita Mui.
Watched: Warriors of the Rainbow: Seediq Bale
Today I finally watched this 270 minutes long epic historical Taiwanese Drama about the Seediq Tribes in Wushe (Central Taiwan) fighting against the Japanese Invaders.
Watched: An Autumn’s Tale
I have finally watched an HK Movie again. My last one was long time ago. Great Movie, set completely in New York and still almost everything is spoken in Chinese.
Watched: Our Times
Today, I watched this Taiwanese Romantic Drama. To some, this Movie might be a little cheese but if you like that Genre, you will definitely have to watch it.
Watched: Ip Man 3
I have Finally watched Ip Man 3. If you know the first two Movies, you know what you can expect. If you didn’t watch them, don’t bother to watch the third one as they are obviously related plot-wise.
Watched: Our Little Sister
Finally, I was able to watch Our Little Sister, Hirokazu Koreedas newest masterpiece. If you know Koreeda, you know that all of his movies are slow-paced and emotional. Our Little Sister isn’t an exception.
Watched: I Just Wanna Hug You
Another Shiota movie I didn’t watch until now. Unfortunately, this one wasn’t that good either. It’s just your average japanese romantic drama.
Watched: A Heartful of Love
I just watched Akihiko Shiota’s A Heartful of Love. I’m a great fan of Shiota and I know him for his (more or less) disturbing or strange movies (Moonlight Whispers, Harmful Insect, Gips, Canaria…) so maybe can imagine how surprised I was that this turned out to be “just another japanese tear drama” (yeah yeah, I have seen the name of the movie but still, it was Shiota).
Assassination is an action thriller by Dong-hoon Choi. The setting is set in South Korea and Shanghai in 1933 during the Japanese occupation. While there are many Korean movies set in that time, Assassination follows a different way. It starts very confusing about the characters and the different parties.