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The top Thai movies from 2018, ranging from romance and comedies to documentaries and thrillers.
"Buffalo Boys" director Mike Wiluan suggests that Asian diaspora can look East for a home—and films with strong Asian leads.
"Ten Years Thailand" provides a timely—and trippy—take on Thailand's contemporary sociopolitical condition.
Unlike "Crazy Rich Asians", most Singapore-made offer social critique, not glitz—here are 11 Singaporean films you ought to watch.
Director Tan Seng Kiat's debut feature offers a stirring and relevant critique of Malaysia's social woes.
Realistic gun battles and brutal fight scenes open a window into the Philippines drug war
Ten promising Asian movies — by directors like Jia Zhangke and Apichatpong Weerasethakul — screening at 2018's Cannes Film Festival.
The top movies from Thailand in 2017: including romance, comedy, horror, action, and more.
Joko Anwar is one of Indonesia's most critically acclaimed and commercially successful directors.
"Bitcoin Heist" is an action-packed digital heist movie that showcases Vietnam's modernity.
The 7 Best Thai Movies of 2018
Review: “The Lonely Battle of Thomas Reid” Depicts Two Irelands At War
Review: “Ten Years Taiwan” Reminds Us How Taiwan Has Problems Besides China
Review: “The Great Battle” is an Action-Packed Dramatization of a Famous Korean Battle
“Buffalo Boys” Is the Perfect Western for a Post “Crazy Rich Asians” World
Review: “Ten Years Japan” Pictures Dystopia With Hopeful Undertones
“Ten Years Thailand” Is an Abstract Take On Societal Pressures in Modern Thailand
Beyond “Crazy Rich Asians”: How Singaporean Films Highlight Grittiness, Not Glamor