The Pig, The Snake, and The Pigeon
Wong Ching-po's latest film, inspired by a classic folk tale, weaves a gripping narrative of a desperate gangster's quest for redemption, adding depth to the crime genre with a blend of black comedy and violent thrills. By Wee Yan Ling
The Flash (2023)
A highly entertaining film with many theatrics and action-packed scenes, it contains plenty of emotional depth and nostalgia that will keep audiences pondering around the concept of the multiverse. By: Dylan Low
In the ever-expanding Marvel Cinematic Universe, The Marvels surfaces as a triumph as it exhibits its strength in its well assembled cast and competency to deliver comical moments in conjunction with the moments of depths. By: Wee Yan Ling
This light-hearted sports film portrays characters playing football, while showcasing the importance of team spirit and the reality of homelessness. This film is noted to be an interesting watch and not to be missed, as it is filled with comedy laughs and inspires audiences through the gameplay. By: Dylan Low
John Kramer seems to have revived from the dead in Saw X, but rest assured, this is instead just an untold story from his past. Set only weeks after the first Saw movie and before Saw II. He is still dying, just not dead yet. Hence he has the free will to exact his form of therapy on his victims. By: Wee Yan Ling
Past Lives (2023)
This heart-throbbing, romantic film has featured in cinemas this year, attracting audiences worldwide as they relate to a realistic, emotionally mature type of romance showcased in the interactions of the main characters. By: Dylan Low
The Claus Family 3 (2023)
Nearing the Christmas season, this festive film returns as a trilogy to celebrate the Christmas spirit once again, offering a merry and jolly atmosphere for the family to sit down and watch the movie together. By: Dylan Low
Monster is a fascinating family drama brimming with intricate layers and depth, touching on topics such as bullying, homophobia, dysfunctional family dynamics, unquestioning allegiance to flawed authority, and the spread of rumours through social media. These topics coalesce to structure a profoundly unsettling narrative. By: Wee Yan Ling
Set in 1978, The Tank tells the story of Ben Adams, his wife Jules and their young daughter Reia as their lives change forever when they inherit a coastal property in Oregon that was left behind by his mother. By: Wee Yan Ling
John Wick: Chapter 4
An epic crime thriller film that dictates the final chapter of spectacular hitman and assassin John Wick, as he takes on a new enemy backed by strong alliances and a former friend turned foe. By: Dylan Low
Jackie Chan takes on the role of Luo, a formerly successful stuntman who has fallen through tough times over the years. Now, his sole companion is a horse he nursed back to health named Red Hare. Chan resorts to low-paying extra roles and adorning comical outfits to lure tourists for photos to earn a living. By: Wee Yan Ling
The film follows the story of Aoy, an ambitious hawker-stall cook on her journey to the prestigious private chef team, ‘Hunger’ which is led by the ruthless Chef Paul after receiving an invitation. By: Wee Yan Ling
Secrets of our Universe with Tim Pearke
A captivating insight to the possibilities of space, this series explores our inner curiosities and delves into the unknown of the universe and cosmos. By: Dylan Low
In My Mother’s Skin
The film is set in the Philippines in 1945, predominantly told through the eyes of a young girl named Tala, portrayed brilliantly by the newcomer Felicity Kyle Napuli. Their wealth and reclusive mansion may have provided them with shelter and protection from the way, however, it is not long after that the perils and challenges reach into the depths of their home and endanger their security and lives. By: Wee Yan Ling
The Breaking Ice
Anthony Chen’s The Breaking Ice unfolds a poignant story of three young Chinese adults in a state of abeyance. Set in the icy landscape of Yanji, near the North Korean border, the intimate film outlines their journey as they progress from a sense of stagnation to achieving spiritual liberation. By: Wee Yan Ling
Based on Ilaria Bernardini’s best-selling novel series “Corpo Libero”, this dramatic Italian film not only highlights the high expectations young athletes bear and train vigorously for, but showcases a murder investigation that will expose lies and secrets. By: Dylan Low
The Boy and the Heron
Hayao Miyazaki’s movie employed a bold marketing approach. Studio Ghibli chose not to release any trailers or still images, leaving the audience with scarce information about what to anticipate. A single poster was released, as they believe that Miyazaki’s name was all the selling point they needed. Their faith paid off. The weekend box office for The Boy and The Heron was the largest the studio has ever seen, even surpassing the record for Howl’s Moving Castle. Review By: Wee Yan Ling
Losing It: Our Mental Health Emergency
An insightful documentary that covers insight on the complexities of mental health, particularly on how it is being dealt with in the UK. It introduces the viewers to the pressures in tackling mental health problems, for patients and the healthcare services involved. By: Dylan Low
Lost in The Stars
The Chinese mystery crime film is filled with unexpected twists, mind-bending moments, and gut-wrenching angst that delivers a whirlwind of emotions. Adapted from a 1960’s play A Trap for Lonely Man, Cui Rui and Liu Xiang’s film is one that chills viewers to the bone. By: Theng Min Yee
The Exorcist: Believer
William Peter Blatty’s The Exorcist narrates the story after the passing of Victor Fielding’s pregnant wife in a Haitian earthquake 12 years ago, Fielding has raised their daughter, Angela singlehandedly. By: Wee Yan Ling
This heartwarming film sheds light on the concept of deep friendship, making you question how far you would go to protect someone you love. This movie features real life problems - relating back to the viewers at home. By: Dylan Low
The Expend4ables is back in action as the film’ fourth cinematic instalment after nearly a decade since its 3rd franchise. Serving as the long-standing leader of Expendables, Barney Ross finds himself contemplating his future within the team due to his advancing age and solitary experience. Meanwhile, Lee Christmas grapples with issues with his girlfriend. Review by Wee Yan Ling.
London Bridge: Facing Terror
This crime documentary showcases the story of three men working together to stop a criminal from continuing a terror attack at Fishmongers’ Hall. The movie meticulously pans out the story of these men at the venue and the incident that took place that day. Review by Dylan Low.
The release of a Shah Rukh Khan movie is akin to a grand celebration proven by its packed theatre at a 6am screening. SRK’s Jawan takes things up a notch with an action-packed film with heightened drama. The writer-director, Atlee, portrays Khan as a fresh persona - rugged, resilient and full of grit while retaining his trademark wit. By Wee Yan Ling.
The Nun II
The Conjuring stands as the most prosperous horror franchise to date, amassing a total box office revenue of $2.1 billion. The Nun II aims to amplify all the elements that consistently draw genre enthusiasts back to these movies time and again. Review by Wee Yan Ling.
Blue Beetle marks DC's landmark venture into live-action Latino superhero storytelling, offering both representation and an engaging cinematic experience, through employing familiar storytelling patterns. By: Syahmi Zulqarnain
Abang Adik is a poignant drama film that offers a compelling exploration of the lives of two orphans set against the backdrop of a bustling Kuala Lumpur district, that delves into themes of survival, brotherhood, and societal inequality. By: Syahmi Zulqarnain
Revoir Paris (Paris Memories)
Revoir Paris (Paris Memories) is a measured and quietly powerful documentary-drama film that delves into the aftermath of a terrorist attack in Paris. By: Syahmi Zulqarnain
Poisoned: The Dirty Truth About Your Food
Poisoned: The Dirty Truth About Your Food is a thought-provoking and meticulously researched documentary that delves into the alarming issue of deadly foodborne illnesses in the United States. By: Syahmi Zulqarnain
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutant Mayhem
"Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutant Mayhem" brings a fresh and anarchic vibe to the classic characters, captivating audiences with its entertaining and comedic approach. By: Syahmi Zulqarnain
Talk to Me (2023)
Utilizing the concept of avid curiosity gone too far, 'Talk to Me' unveils the chilling brilliance of the Philippou brothers, marking a thrilling debut with their horror production. By: Syahmi Zulqarnain
The reinvention of Mattel's beloved toy is a sweet and empowering tale, reminding audiences of the power of imagination and the importance of being whoever one wants to be, irrespective of societal norms or gender roles. By: Syahmi Zulqarnain
“Oppenheimer” skilfully weaves together various aspects of Dr. Oppenheimer's life, from his early days as a student to his postwar difficulties, telling a compelling story of the man behind the atomic bomb. By: Syahmi Zulqarnain
A Greyhound of a Girl
By: Syahmi Zulqarnain "A Greyhound of a Girl" is a heartfelt and enchanting film that will leave a lasting impression on viewers, inviting them to cherish their family connections and embrace the perspectives of different generations in our modern world.
Forensic Psychologist - 攻心証室
By: Syahmi Zulqarnain Forensic Psychologist is an exploration of the human psyche, with a thought-provoking narrative that seamlessly blends psychological intrigue, personal turmoil, and gripping performances to keep viewers on the edge of their seats.
Anna Nicole Smith: You Don't Know Me
"Anna Nicole Smith: You Don't Know Me" is a documentary film that offers an in-depth examination of the life, death, and secrets of Vickie Lynn Hogan, widely known as model and actress Anna Nicole Smith.
Marriage Blue is a heartwarming and relatable romantic comedy-drama that weaves together the stories of four couples as they navigate the challenges and joys of preparing for their weddings.
Downfall - Prisão Domiciliária
Downfall is a compelling and thought-provoking series that unveils the hidden truths behind the corridors of power, that will leave you questioning politics and the pursuit of influence.
Review: The Good Bad Mother episode 1
If you're looking for a powerful and emotional series that will leave you on the edge of your seat, do check out Netflix's “The Good Bad Mother”. With its gripping storyline and talented cast, this is a must-watch show that will leave a lasting impact.
Review: Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: Once & Always
Get ready to relive your childhood and experience the same cheesy, epic, and action-packed fun that captivated you as a kid with Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: Once and Always - the perfect tribute that will make you laugh, cry, and leave you feeling nostalgic.
Somebody I Used to Know
If you're looking for a light-hearted and refreshing romcom to watch, 'Somebody I Used To Know' will definitely pique your interest. Its main cast Alison Brie and Jay Ellis are real life husband and wife.
Yami Gautam's new film is imperfect, impressive, important, all at once
The actress puts up an impressive performance as a crime journalist. At first, she's eager to solve her new story, but as the narrative digs deeper, her emotions begin to unravel.