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Fighting for Love (同居蜜友)

These are two emotionally stunted would-be lovers in Joe Ma’s Fighting for Love. Tung Choi (Tony Leung Chiu-Wai) and Deborah (Sammi Cheng) bark, claw, and kick at anyone who stands in their way, and they even have a go at each other in the first few minutes. 593 more words

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Movies in Review: "This is Where I leave You"

I love a good comedy, but I love a comedy even more when it’s not “trying”to be funny…ya know what I mean? This is one of those comedies where the humor is effortless and not forced with complete nonsense. 178 more words

Wish I Was Here

Wish I Was Here is the long awaited movie project from Zach Braff, best known for playing “JD or Dr John Dorian” in the long running multi award winning television comedy series… 785 more words


Frank (2014) | Music, madness and a giant papier-mâché head collide in the oddball, anarchic comedy drama

Don’t stop believing in your dreams
Following a chance encounter with the avant-garde Soronfrfbs rock band and their eccentric front man Frank (Michael Fassbender), who wears a giant papier-mâché head 24/7, wannabe musician Jon (Domhnall Gleeson) finds himself propelled on an anarchic journey of self-discovery. 495 more words


The Hundred-Foot Journey

The Hundred Foot Journey is exactly what you’re expecting it to be from its premise, trailer and poster.

by Callum Petch (Twitter: @CallumPetch)

I will not spend more than 700 words reviewing… 726 more words


They Came Together Review (15)

Few genres tend to follow narrative and character tropes as rigidly as the romantic comedy. This is not inherently a bad thing, as this form of entertainment is partially loved for providing comfort and predictability, not twists and surprises. 370 more words


Lucky Dog (耳朵大有福)

The Chinese title translates to “those with big ears have luck,” and its questionable whether the title character possesses either. Old Wang (Fan Wei), the just retired railroad worker, finds that he has a lot of time but not so much money. 569 more words

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