This instantly reminded me of Wong Kar-Wai's In The Mood For Love, which is one of my favorite movies of all time; only, The Grandmaster has martial arts. Compared to the Ip Man films, this is a slower paced, more character driven story about, not only Ip Man, but also the other masters of his time. Beautifully shot, brilliantly performed, but unfortunately rushedly paced that presents a slight confusing timeline.
I had watched this opening night midnight in IMAX, the first Christopher Nolan Batman movie I have watched in IMAX. After watching it again in both a terribly normal theatre and a seemingly better… read review
I watched the 1995 remake, starring Harrison Ford, probably around ’96 or ’97, and remembered a very charming and light hearted romantic comedy. I was surprised to see Ford give such a dramatic turn… read review
It is a simple premise: a young girl escapes from a cult and returns to the lives of her sister and her sister’s husband in an attempt to assimilate into a suburban world. But, through her attempts… read review
Meticulously well done with patience through great pacing, a simple premise that digs deeper into the mind and heart to create a powerfully unsettling tone and atmosphere, and monstrous performances… read review