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  • Castaway on the Moon

    Castaway on the Moon


    "It's not for health reasons.
    After putting on 10.000 steps,
    I feel like I had a good, busy day.
    It's an all-too-healthy way of escapism."

    So writer/director Lee Hae-Jun knows what made me buy that rowing machine last year - splendid..
    Starring Jeong JaeYeong as the male Kim and Jung Ryeo-Won as the female Kim, Castaway on the Moon opens with male Kim trying to commit suicide via jumping from the infamous Mapo Bridge in Seoul to his death in…

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  • River's Edge

    River's Edge


    Classic Japanese No Future Generation drama with Fumi Nikado as lead. The secret MVP is Sumire, the daughter of Chara and Tadanobu Asano, though. There's some interesting interview bits sprinkled throughout the film, that make the chronology of events a bit more exciting without going full well-reputed-pasty-white-British-director. I do appreciate that.

  • Predator



    That scene where the boys shoot up the whole frakkin' jungle is the manliest scene in all of cinema.
    Not because of huge biceps holding even more huge guns, but because being behind enemy lines on a covert mission and just wasting all your ammo on the impulse of revenge is textbook testosterone-fuelled stupidity.

    Obviously I love it though, so..

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  • The Raid

    The Raid


    If you look up action movie in a dictionary there's a picture of "The Raid".

    "The Raid" is the very definition of an action movie. It's action movie perfection brought to life by the amazing team of writer/director/editor Gareth Evans, indonesian silat master Iko Uwais, cinematographers Matt Flannery and Dimas Imam Subhono and choreographer/antagonist/silat master Yayan Ruhian aided by a great crew.

    When an elite police squad gets trapped in a run-down apartment block controlled by a drug lord shit…

  • I Saw the Devil

    I Saw the Devil


    A piano sonata of revenge that, with each note, breaks a bone, peels back your skin, slits a tendon and punches and kicks your heart and gut and stops exactly a split second before it would knock you unconscious, only to build up again and leave you more devastated the next time around.

    I Saw The Devil is a gorgeously crafted piece of cinema directed by Kim Jee-woon. The tale of a special ops agent played by Lee Byung-hun on…