Tying together time travel and romance, Take Me to the Moon is an inspiring story that motivates you to chase after your dreams.
IT rocks. IT scares. IT delivers. Stephen King’s horror masterpiece has been brought to the big screen for a whole new batch of chill-down-the-spine seekers to enjoy.
Looking at the issue from the perspective of both the family members who donated, and the professor who uses it for teaching, this documentary will get you thinking about what life really is.
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Cruise’s star power is on full display as he treads fine line between good and greed.
Wolf Warrior II, the sequel of Wolf Warriors (2015), is a patriotic superhero film that features and is directed by Wu Jing, and it's such a massive production you really feel like you're watching a big budge Hollywood film.
Get past the commotion about changes from the source material and you'll find a good movie with an interesting plot, and chemistry between the leads.
The summer movie season is winding down, which means it’s time to start getting psyched for 2018.
Although Hollywood elements creep into this war drama, The Zookeeper’s Wife is a rare Holocaust film that isn’t over-sentimental.
It might not be a movie you want to spend money on, grab the book instead.
With a long lineup of film festivals coming to Hong Kong this autumn, Young Post has your definitive guide to the best indie films of the season.