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In the Mood for Hong Kong: beginners guide Hong Kong movies

Here is our Terracotta Store's short guide to exploring the cinematic wonders of Hong Kong: movies about Hong Kong capturing the atmosphere of this unique city, the funniest Hong Kong movies and famous Hong Kong films that you need to watch.Hong Kong cinema has a rich history and a vibrant presence in the global film industry. From action-packed martial arts films to heart-warming comedies, Hong Kong movies offer something for everyone. In this article, we will delve into some of the most iconic movies about Hong Kong, the funniest Hong Kong movies, and the most famous Hong Kong movies that...

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Hong Kong action cinema: Donnie Yen movies

Donnie Yen is a household name in the world of action cinema, following his part in John Wick 4 where his action scenes brought his name from niche Asian cinema into mainstream Hollywood. Known for his powerful martial arts skills and acting prowess, he has been a key player in shaping the modern action movie landscape. In this article, we delve into the best Donnie Yen movies you must watch, offering a glimpse into his remarkable career and showcasing why he's a standout in the genre. Who is Donnie Yen? From early years to Hollywood. Donnie Yen is a Hong...

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AniMay 2024 - What will you be watching?

A lot of customers were introduced to the 80's and  90's Manga/ Anime films, which blew our minds. We hadn't seen anything like this before. Perhaps in a live action film, but an animation? When think, here in the UK we had Roland Rat, introducing Transformer in the morning before school or Teenage Mutant Hero Turtles (because Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles sounded to violent), how do you think adolsecent boys were going to react to seeing something like Akira for the first time? And that was mild in comparison to this video which would break all the rules of today's censorship...

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The Radical Cinema of Kiju Yoshida

When Kiju Yoshida, died last December, several obituaries began along the same lines as “Along with Nagisa Oshima, Shohei Imamura, and Masahiro Shinoda, he was one of the great figures of the Japanese New Wave.

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Unveiling the Darkness: Exploring the Gripping Tale of the Korean Masterpiece I Saw The Devil

Introduction: In the realm of cinema, there are films that entertain, films that provoke, and then there are those that leave an indelible mark on your psyche. "I Saw The Devil" a Korean cinematic masterpiece directed by Kim Jee-woon (A TALE OF TWO SISTERS), falls squarely into the latter category. This gripping thriller takes audiences on a harrowing journey into the depths of darkness and vengeance, delivering a visceral and unforgettable cinematic experience. In this review, we delve into the heart of "I Saw The Devil," dissecting its themes, performances, and cinematic prowess, while also aiming to enhance visibility for...

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