The Moon (2023) Review: A Space Adventure With Too Many Characters

South Korea has without question been the home of some of the best movies of the last 10 years but with that said not every film from the region is going to be a home run. A perfect example of this is the film The Moon. Many may remember the 2013 film ‘Gravity’ which saw … More The Moon (2023) Review: A Space Adventure With Too Many Characters

Ransomed (2023) Review: The Korean Window Of Middle Eastern Conflict

It is always interesting as an American to watch another country’s perspective on the ongoing Middle Eastern conflict. In the last few years, we have seen a dramatic increase in films from South Korea that has explored conflicts between Koreans and Middle Easterners. In 2021, the film ‘Escape from Mogadishu’ explored South Korea and North … More Ransomed (2023) Review: The Korean Window Of Middle Eastern Conflict

Switch (2023) Review: A Wonderful Comedy That Puts Family Over Fame

For the longest time the life of an actor whether in America or South Korea was viewed as the Pinnacle of human desires. It’s not hard to understand the temptation that goes along with that lifestyle. Being one of the most famous people in the world has its upsides. The riches, the women, and the … More Switch (2023) Review: A Wonderful Comedy That Puts Family Over Fame

Unlocked (2023) Review: An Eye Opening Thriller Warning Against Technology

It shouldn’t take a movie for people to understand that their dangerous connection to technology will not end well in the long run. It’s easy to look at a generation obsessed with their cell phones and see an unhealthy connection that humans have with modern technology. When the world introduces things such as AI that … More Unlocked (2023) Review: An Eye Opening Thriller Warning Against Technology

The Roundup No Way Out Review: The Action Star Lives In Korea

The age of the action star is dead when it comes to American Cinema. The days where a single name can carry an action movie due to his appeal to mainstream audiences have been snuffed out due to the rise of superhero movies. When you mix that in with the rise of progressivism that has … More The Roundup No Way Out Review: The Action Star Lives In Korea

The Point Men (2023) Review: South Korean Jason Bourne Clone Is A Pretty Looking Thriller

A film based on the 2007 South Korean hostage crisis where 23 Catholic missionaries were kidnapped by the Taliban in exchange for 200 captured Taliban soldiers provides an interesting look at an international incident. From an American perspective, it is interesting to watch a film regarding the war in Afghanistan involving two countries that were … More The Point Men (2023) Review: South Korean Jason Bourne Clone Is A Pretty Looking Thriller

Hunt (2022) Review: An Anti-Communist Thriller That Is A Double Cross Too Many

Once again we have another film out of South Korea that is going to anger a lot of communists and K-pop fans due to its refusal to rewrite its history. Despite what American young adults and college professors want you to believe, North Korea is a communist country, which both North and South Koreans can … More Hunt (2022) Review: An Anti-Communist Thriller That Is A Double Cross Too Many

Decibel Review: A Brilliant Character Film Wrapped In Explosive Terror

Morality isn’t an issue that Hollywood has any grounds to lecture anyone about these days, so it isn’t much of a surprise when modern films really don’t have much of a story to tell about the issue of right or wrong. It takes a strong man to make a difficult decision, it takes an even … More Decibel Review: A Brilliant Character Film Wrapped In Explosive Terror