A naive handmaiden and a beautiful heiress are drawn together in this erotic Korean mystery drama that hits on all cylinders.
This delightful update of Marivaux’s 17th century comedy of manners will have a limited theatrical engagement in the U.S. on Bastille Day.
This parable of the ravages of war and male greed mixed with a paranormal ghost story is one of the greats of Japanese cinema — newly restored on Blu-ray from the Criterion Collection.
This first pre-purchased Korean nuclear disaster thriller film from Netflix will keep viewers on the edge of their seats.
Director Ding Sheng and Jackie Chan reunite for this flawed yet still enjoyable popcorn action film that mixes humor with exhilarating action sequences.
A delightful musical romance that doesn’t live up to its predecessor, but is pleasing in its own right and looks wonderful in this 2011 restoration.
This 2016 Cannes Grande Prix winner is a taut melodrama wonderfully shot and cast with heavyweight French actors.
Dazzling choreography and heart-pounding action are underpinned by a solid script in this instant classic wuxia film from director Lu Yang.
This crime thriller from Johnnie To is a little uneven, but its strong performances and taut direction provide a satisfying slow-burner.
An inconsistent crime drama/romance from Maurice Pialat hindered by misogyny, but bolstered by strong performances and its gritty atmosphere.