Kim Seong-hung handles a taut, elaborate narrative with poise, control and near-faultless technical execution.
An insightful film about the challenges of love and connection that could stand to be far shorter and less shouty.
Law Wing-cheong's remake of 'The Iceman Cometh' should have stayed in cold storage.
Despite its time-worn themes, Frant Gwo's smash-hit campus romance rings winningly true.
A brooding psycho-mystery which pits a confident hypnotherapist against a beautiful patient who claims she can "see dead people," "The Great Hypnotist" reconfirms Taiwanese helmer Leste Chen as an…
Chapman To stars in this witty if exhausting Hong Kong-produced sendup of Japanese pornography.
No amount of nipping and tucking can save this screenplay from its tonal inconsistencies and mixed messages.
After various satirical dramedies, Yuya Ishii demonstrates a new gravitas and compassion in this spare, powerful drama.
This sharp satire offers an unflattering portrait of undereducated, low-income Japanese twentysomethings.
Staggering aerial combat footage and a wrenching human story distinguish this otherwise politically confused drama about kamikaze pilots.
Park Je-hyun's anything-goes comic actioner is pure silliness marbled with occasional entertaining moments.