A poignant coming of age story that relies more on sights, sounds, natural symbolism — and it will linger long after you finish it.
Zhang Yimou has crafted a bi-chromatic wuxia masterpiece drenched in shadows, light, and lavish wardrobes.
An epic love story and meditation on modern Chinese life from director Jia Zhangke.
‘Master Z’ packs a gut-punch with its fight sequences and is anchored by a compelling visual style and lots of heart
Second Sight Films reissues the fully uncut film in a new scan and restoration on Blu-ray here that looks as mesmerizing as Breillat’s visuals deserve.
A monster popcorn flick that could use a little more tautness in its direction and a little less reliance on its visual effects, but is still a fun ride.
A poignant look at isolated teenagers coming of age in the internet age
Slow-burning, intense, and taut thriller that grabs you with its understated beauty, high level of intelligence, and powerful performances.
A heartfelt and beautifully filmed delight that doesn’t suffer from or feel naive in its absence of cynicism.
Not a great film by any means, the cast of co-eds would be the only redeeming quality to this amateurish exploitation horror production.