Tagged: genre: historical
The trailer for the Martin Luther King Jr. biopic starring David Oyelowo has been released online.
Boardwalk Empire begins just before the Prohibition period takes off in 1920 when Atlantic City Treasurer Enoch “Nucky” Thompson arranges a deal with a number of his associates to get into the bootlegging business in order to pay finances for the city.
The first official look at John Woo’s Asian historical romance war epic is out with subtitles, focusing on the story of the sinking of the Taiping steamer in 1949 and three couples aboard fleeing China for Taiwan during the revolution.
Ann Hui’s The Golden Era (黄金时代) chronicles the lives of two of the most important writers in 20th century China in the midst of the politically-charged 1930s.
A ghost establishes a one-way relationship with her stuttering niece-in-law, who helps her save her precious jewelry box, and in turn expands their story through three generations of women.
The first trailer for Angelina Jolie’s Coen-bros written Unbroken, chronicling the life of Olympic runner and World War II prisoner of war Louis Zamperini has finally been released… just a week after Zamperini’s passing on July 2nd.
We’re already more than halfway through 2014, so it was time to revisit my favorite movies of last year.
I’ve put together a list of films that you are likely to, at least, be able to enjoy even if you’re not sold on musicals.
After a rather long-ish wait, he is back with a new film titled Homecoming (归来) starring Gong Li as a female writer during the Cultural Revolution.
The first proper trailer for the Rurouni Kenshin sequel now titled Rurouni Kenshin: Kyoto Inferno (るろうに剣心 京都大火編) has been released to promote its opening on August 1st.