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The Low-Down: Reply 1988 breakout star Ryoo Joon-yeol (Believer 독전, A Taxi Driver 택시 운전사) stars in female director Park Noo-ri’s solo big screen debut Money, a social commentary on Korea’s dog-eat-dog financial market and the victims of its own game — brokers and their families. Will a broker whose only aim of entering the […]
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The Low-Down: Rise Of The Planet Of The Apes director Rupert Wyatt is back with a non-indie movie featuring a star-studded cast — John Goodman (10 Cloverfield Lane), Ashton Sanders (Moonlight), and Vera Farmiga (Conjuring movies) just to name a few. Captive State has an interesting premise: What if alien invaders don’t annihilate the human […]
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F*** Magazine by Shawne Wang - 1w ago

The Low-Down: Hellboy, a cult comic creation dreamt up by Mike Mignola, is a fascinating meditation on the eternal ‘nature vs. nurture’ debate: can a demon child rebel against the blood that flows through his veins and choose his own fate? The movie-going public was first introduced to the existential crisis that is Hellboy in […]
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The Low-Down: Three-time Hong Kong Film Awards Best Actress nominee and the one-half of the Canto-pop group Twins, Charlene Choi stars as a lady struggling with physical intimacy in indie director Jessey Tsang Tsui Shan’s commercial debut. The Lady Improper is mostly on point for the intimate parts and overall message but the narrative and […]
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F*** Magazine by Vance Wong - 2w ago

The Low-Down: DCEU’s very own Captain Marvel, or otherwise more popularly known as Shazam! in the comics, makes his second appearance on the big screen since his 1941 debut. Shazam! is a superhero comedy that explores some surprisingly dark themes while having a heartwarming core of familial bonds between strangers not related by blood. The […]
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F*** Magazine by Shawne Wang - 3w ago

The Low-Down: Dumbo is Disney’s latest (but far from its last) attempt to adapt its vast stable of animated classics into live-action films. On paper, the project seems promising – there’s a hallucinogenic quality to the 1941 film that sits right in the wheelhouse of visionary director Tim Burton, who has concocted a career for […]
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The Low-Down: Adapted from Rhidian Brook’s popular novel of the same title, The Aftermath is a postwar melodrama that is set in Hamburg, Germany, briefly after the British army’s victory. This war movie focuses on the the “de-Nazification” of the German civilians in an attempt to weed out Hitler extremists. But we all know that […]
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The Low-Down: An adaptation of his personal experience of living with an autistic elder brother, budding filmmaker Quek Shio Chuan’s feature debut has won over a dozen awards at various film festivals. Starring Kyo Chen and Ernest Chong (The Descendant 《香火》) in their breakout performances, Guang, which took over two years to make, is about […]
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The Low-Down: At Eternity’s Gate follows Vincent van Gogh in his final years in Paris and Southern France where he painted some of his best works that that are still wowing artists and art appreciators today. It’s mostly shot with a handheld camera, but somehow features some of the best uses of lens flares. Be […]
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The Low-Down: It’s been a long, slightly ludicrous time in coming, but Marvel Studios’ first female-led superhero movie is finally blasting into cinemas. Unfortunately, Captain Marvel is trailing plenty of controversy in its wake, largely generated by the same toxic, sexist segments of ‘fandom’ who have been venting their rage online about ‘their’ franchises being […]
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