Immediately following the original classic The Raid: Redemption a.k.a Serbuan Maut at its very core, The Raid 2: Berandal ends up establishing itself as a helluva sequel and a more complex expansion to its predeccessor. More bone shattering inside!
“Know what fate is? Building a bridge of chance for someone you love.” — My Sassy Girl, 2001
Against the grassy farmland under South Korean typical heat, this dramatization of the first serial murder case in South Korea begins—without any sense of optimistic. Continue reading Memories of Murders / 살인의 추억 (2003)
“You talk the talk. Do you walk the walk?” (Full Metal Jacket, 1987)
One thing to know before watching Jeremy Lovering’s In Fear is: the unique approach conducted to produce this film. Lovering shot everything in sequence without telling the casts about the script—leaving them puzzled and engulfed by real fear on-screen and off-screen. More fears inside!
Clocking in at 46 minutes, The Garden of Words briefly wraps up all Makoto Shinkai’s earmarks, with gorgeous Malickian pictures and heart-wrenching story told mostly in monologues. It’s raining outside. Come inside!