The Foreigner doesn’t say much other than the extent to which a father would go to avenge his daughter’s murder, but worthwhile if you’re into cat-and-mouse hunts and decent action sequences.
Not your typical based-on-a-true-story inspirational biography film, 'Stronger' sheds light on the dark sides of coping with tragedy, expectations, and life in general after surviving a bomb attack.
Mother! touches on dark themes, makes some blatant biblical references and is a creative and grotesque masterpiece that will leave you either in awe or disgust.
Unlike your typical action and comedy films, Midnight Runners isn’t just all fighting and gags - it hinges on well-crafted characters to tell a meaningful story that viewers will care about.
"Once Upon A Time" starts off by baffling audiences with little to no explanation but captivates with stunning visuals, only to leave you gasping for air as it rushes through a novel-length Chinese epic fable.
"The Battleship Island" is a historical fiction film told in the perspective of several interesting characters delivered with beautiful camera work but narratively lacking.
Because we often get ahead of ourselves and overestimate our abilities.
We're alone because we build barriers to hide our true selves. Bare oneself and loneliness will fade away.
Out of ten people, two dislike us, seven ignore us and only one likes us.
Our greatest challenge in achieving everything is often our worry about how others look at us.