Favorite films

  • Kikujiro
  • About Time
  • Good Morning
  • Better Days

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Recent reviews

  • The Flavor of Green Tea Over Rice

    The Flavor of Green Tea Over Rice


    Probably ozu’s best

  • Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings

    Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings


    so fast paced and fun to watch with an actual story, didnt feel like a marvel film at all. the cast worked really well together and the fight scenes were really well choreographed (very down to the heavy wuxia-inspired film). justice for tony Leung though, he was just a lonely single dad, worst villain ever because I instantly was on his side. Basically ‘in the mood for love’ but with super powers. also thought they could have spoken more Chinese and infused more Chinese culture into the film but I guess it is an American franchise

Popular reviews

  • Promises: Through Congress

    Promises: Through Congress


    bizarre premise that would not be thought to be so transfixing and emotive. Emphatically moving, so much so that I did not move for 45 minutes because I was so mesmerised. one minute I was looking at a part of the painting in a wandering thought and when I looked back, the painting had developed so quickly. most impressive piece of visual art, paired with a vehement musical movement.

  • Short Vacation

    Short Vacation



    Featured in the Generation KPlus category, debut filmmakers Kwon Min-pro and Seo Hansol are barely out of film school, yet they have taken a shallow plotline and made it into a heart-warming coming of age feature. Set in and around Seoul, this low-budget film was shot with no script, but a basic outline that allows the four actors — all middle-school-aged girls who weren’t renamed, only adding to the organic atmosphere of the feature — to incorporate their natural…