Small Gods

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Small Gods review

"Small Gods is a unique film that is stylistically strong enough to impose a feeling on the viewer without much impulses from the story itself."

Funuke, Show Some Love You Losers

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Funuke, Show Some Love You Losers review

"It's this exact balance that makes Funuke a truly special experience."

The Forest of Love

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The Forest of Love review

"Sono's latest is another wild experience, full of energetic performances, manic camera work and excessive events. A fever trip that holds you prisoner and dazzles all the way through."

Delicatessen

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Delicatessen review

"I clearly prefer this film over Amélie, if only for the darker and freakier setting."

Cannibal

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Cannibal review

"Cannibal is definitely my kind of film. Incredibly atmospheric, uncompromising and unique."

See You Tomorrow

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See You Tomorrow review

"See You Tomorrow is a pleasure to behold. It works both as a super stylish genre flick and as more accessible entertainment. There's plenty of talent involved and nobody disappoints."

Party 7

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Party 7 review

"The film looks good, sounds great, sports an incredible opening animation sequence and boasts a list of superb actors."

Ponyo on the Cliff by the Sea

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Ponyo on the Cliff by the Sea review

"Ponyo is a feast for all fans that were wishing Miyazaki would return to his pre-Mononoke era, and for those people it might even reach the same heights as Totoro did."

The Mole Song

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The Mole Song review

"There's enough madness here to fill 3 or 4 separate films."

Hollywood Hong Kong

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Hollywood Hong Kong review

"The film is visually impressive, boasts a distinctive and attractive soundtrack, features an interesting and cool story and is supported by a cast of strong actors."

In This Corner of the World

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In This Corner of the World review

"Sunao Katabuchi crafted a gentle, warm and endearing film, but not without its share of sharp critique and gut-wrenching drama."

Man Bites Dog

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Man Bites Dog review

"Man Bites Dog is a landmark film for Belgian cinema. It's one of the first (if not the first) Belgian genre film that went on to become a critical international success."

Neo-Tokyo

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Neo-Tokyo review

"Neo-Tokyo (together with Robot Carnival, another 1987 anthology sporting promising names) helped to pave the way for a respectable stream of animated anthology films coming out of Japan."

Takeshis'

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Takeshis' review

"The good thing is that it's not all just an ode to himself, Kitano doesn't mind making some fun of himself or the people around him."

Exiled

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Exiled review

"It's rare to find genre cinema this refined, this detailed. There is not a single element out of tune, the styling is lush and delicate, the action is spot on and every single scene is memorable."

Citizen Dog

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Citizen Dog review

" It's a lovely little comedy with a lot of heart, a lot of warmth and plenty of interesting and original ideas."

After Life

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After Life review

"After Life is about enjoying and appreciating the good things you have. Warmly recommended for everyone who doesn't mind the modest pacing and styling."

Sonatine

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Sonatine review

"Even though the films Kitano made prior to Sonatine aren't bad at all, Sonatine is the first true testament to his genius."

High & Low: The Movie

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High & Low: The Movie review

"That said, I loved every minute of High & Low: The Movie. The action superb, the styling is just insane and the pacing is pleasantly fast."

Horsehead

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Horsehead review

"Basset shows tremendous potential and doesn't waste any time cashing in on it. Horsehead is an audiovisual marvel, featuring an amazing soundtrack and stellar cinematography."

Hellevator: The Bottled Fools

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Hellevator: The Bottled Fools review

"What Yamaguchi lacks in budget he makes up in inventiveness and creativity. The result is a highly entertaining film that contains plenty of treats to keep you interested throughout."

The Wind Rises

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The Wind Rises review

"The Wind Rises is more than worthy closing act. It's one of Miyazaki's best films, a stunning ode to passion and perseverance in the face of a looming war."

Trava: Fist Planet

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Trava: Fist Planet review

"I used to compare Trava: Fist Planet to Dead Leaves, nowadays I'm not sure if that's a fair comparison."

Braindead

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Braindead review

"I stopped caring about Jackson's films years ago, but even his faltering oeuvre can't take away from the joy that is Braindead."

Glasses

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Glasses review

"There are moments of blissful comedy, moments of utter relaxation and moments of simple wonder."