‘Integrity’ Review

Alan Mak returns with a new thriller, the proposed first installment of a new trilogy, but Infernal Affairs this is not; Integrity is a dull exercise, lacking ambition and thrills.…

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‘Pegasus’ Review

Han Han's sports comedy is packed with big laughs and draws upon his background as a rally driver to flesh out a routine comeback story with credible and authentic detail.…

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‘The Wandering Earth’ Review

Frant Gwo's adaptation of Liu Cixin's short story is the biggest blockbuster of the Chinese New Year box office season, successfully imitating a large swath of Hollywood influences, for good and bad.…

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‘Bumblebee’ Review

Christina Hodson's script provides a sweet, empathetic rebuke to the relentless toxicity of the previous Transformers films.…

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The Night Comes for Us

Timo Tjahjanto's relentless action gorefest contains some wild fight scenes, but is burdened by a bloated running time.…

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May the Devil Take You

Timo Tjahjanto's new horror film is somewhat tired in concept, but buoyed by some thrilling camerawork.…

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Robin Hood (2018)

Hollywood's latest take on the classic tale is currently in theatres, and you could go watch it, but why?…

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ReelAsian22: Inuyashiki

Sato Shinsuke's manga adaptation stumbles near the finish line, but is an otherwise thrilling ride, superbly directed.…

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