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Phoon and Yuke have been a couple for 13 years. They also have an adopted son, Butr, whom they took in as an abandoned child. When Butr is old enough to start school, Phoon and Yuke are faced with his questions: who is my mom, ...

 
 
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Review: In the 1970s, disaster movies were the blockbusters of the day. Towering Inferno and the Airport movies raked in tons of cash. However, by the 1980s, the genre had died down… and along came computer generated effe...

 
 
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April 5, 2016
 



Review: Ah, Japan, the land of many things totally and awesomely weird which has left a giant, undeniable mark on the pop culture landscape forevermore. Beyond the two most obvious Japanese influences … anime and video ga...

 
 
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Review: I love South Korean cinema, so what better way to provide my first review with FilmDebate than to go for the highest grossing K-Horror film – A Tale of Two Sisters. TRIGGER WARNING – Blood/Mild Gore/Emotional Abuse. The...

 
 
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Review: It’s always smirkingly funny to hear someone saying: “Cannes is always about wankers, about movies that take themselves way too seriously, and the Palme d’Or is increasingly boring”. For one, Cannes way never about the ...

 
 
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Review: I am usually not a big fan of eponymous movies. Giving the name of the hero to the movie shows a lack of inspiration, or a deliberate intention to be lazy about the title… But I don’t want to be stubborn, especially whe...