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.
I have watched this today. This is a Korean drama and reminded me of movies like A Moment to Remember or Always even though it wasn’t as good as these two.
Watched this today. Seems like this is the Korean American Pie with a little more deepness.
I watched this 2 days ago. I wouldn’t call it boring but in my opinion, this was very dull.
Now here is the List about big name titles coming in 2016. This post will be updated through the year so be sure to check it out more than once. Some of these might turn out being shit but you know, that’s life.
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I wanted this to be a “best movie of 2015” post but after realizing that I haven’t even one Asian movie from 2015 in my list (which really surprised me), I changed it so now this post is listing all movies which deserves to be watched.
Everyone has an own definition about what is desturbing and what isn’t. Today I wanna list the asian movies I personally found the most disturbing (regardless if the movie was good or bad).
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I’m pretty sure most of you have already watched a Wuxia movie. However, not everyone of you might know that term. I’ll use Wikipedia to describe it:
Now that the site is viewable, I wanna take this opportunity to recommend you some lesser known movies.
Everyone knows Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon or Hero but did you know these 3 Movies?: