Kim Jee-woon’s American debut isn’t nearly as entertaining and over the top as his Korean films, but it still makes for a fun comeback for Arnold.
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The Last Train Home is a documentary that follows the Zhang family during the most tumultuous time of the year in China, Chinese New Year week, where train stations are packed with people from all over the country trying to get back home.
Xavier Dolan’s film about a trans woman and her relationship with her lover is very flawed, but an artistic and interesting one worth watching.
Pedro Almodóvar delivers a twisted little film full of drama, gay sex, and murder that is likely to entertain anyone while providing an interesting and essential look at his early career.
Based on the successful 2000 book by Hwang Sun-mi, Leafie, A Hen into the Wild follows a crazy, egg-laying farm chicken who dreams of escaping her egg-laying prison to explore the wilderness and freedom… of the yard.
There are stories that despite its hair-pulling qualities, especially considering its subject matter, are sad. Leaving Las Vegas is one of those depressing stories.
Legend of a Rabbit marks China’s first CGI animated feature length about an abnormally large white rabbit that gets Kung-fu’ed.
Legion is the nearly-Apocalyptic film telling the story of a day when God loses all faith in humankind and sends his legion – hence the title – of angels to destroy us.
As many of you know, this film is Matt Reeves’s American adaptation of John Lindqvist’s novel Let the Right One in, which has already been adapted into the Swedish film of the same name. First thing’s first — no, it’s not bad. At all. Let Me In is quiet, beautiful, terrifying and patient.
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