CAMBODIAN ghost movie ‘The Clock’ will premiere across ASEAN theatres as well in local cinemas from Nov 21, with high hopes of penetrating the international market.
The show centers on Kai — who ultimately gets handed the responsibility to destroy crime lords (who wield mystical powers) within the first 15 minutes of the movie — is tasked with the duty to destroy Chinatown’s crime lord, Uncle Six who just happens to be his dad, well adoptive dad, that is.
If you haven’t watched Spider-Man: Far From Home, I am going to try to minimise the number of spoilers as I go on to review the movie.
The rainy season is upon us but fret not as the opportunity to have a good time is still aplenty, especially if you are living in the Kingdom’s capital.
Cambodia’s rich history, culture and arts have given us a myriad of stories to tell. The booming local film industry is a proof to that.
Without the genocide survivors, Cambodia would lose all that is required to be a nation. But remembrance itself is questionable, as it could be interpreted differently by different generations.
“Dare not to look or you will die!” Malorie’s shaking voice resonates while she reminds Boy and Girl of that one crucial mantra that could spare them from dying.
So, get ready with your chilled wine or soda, chips and popcorn, pucker all your pillows, clutch your most comfy blanket, turn off your phone, and allow yourself to get filled up with Christmas cheer through these inspiring, comical, dreamy movies this holiday.
Cambodia’s largest movie theatre operator, Legend, is racing to open new screens.
It’s the stuff of an Indiana Jones movie: supernatural kings, ancient tombs, and government-backed archaeologists striving to harness the power of legend for a greater cause.
Twelve Monkeys a Syfy original series, has released its fourth and final season. The question is will the final season be able to tie this enigma up and create an ending fans can be happy with?
Singapore is the setting for new Hollywood movie ‘Crazy Rich Asians’ – an adaptation of a best-selling novel that explores the insatiable consumerism of new money and old-world opulence in a continent producing more billionaires than anywhere else.
Chy Sila left his home when he was 18, and quit university when he was in his sophomore year in architecture.
CHEYO, CHEYO, CHEYO! I hope not to hear these words uttered in the next five years. Well, we all made it through the election season and all the hoopla surrounding it; let’s pat ourselves on the back.
John Green’s 2012 novel ‘The Fault in Our Stars’ is a young adult fiction gem, which conveys so much sadness but is never overemotional.
‘Designated Survivor’ is an American political drama series created by David Guggenheim. It first aired on ABC in September 2016 and lasted for two seasons.
‘Travelers’ originally aired on Showcase in Canada for two seasons, with the first episode premiering in October 2016.
Based on Rachel Boynton’s 2005 documentary, “Our Brand is Crisis” is a fictional spin on a real election and the process that leads to the voting day – quite a timely fit for Cambodia’s elections next month.
Attention moviegoers: here’s another film you should be watching this weekend, the Ghost Ring.
Major Cineplex at Sorya Center Point last Wednesday pre-screened the thriller movie ‘In Darkness’.
Avengers: Infinity War has finally arrived! Prolly, this is 2018’s most hyped movie following Black Panther and undoubtedly, the biggest cinematic crossover event in history.
Saudi Arabia’s first cinema in more than 35 years will open on April 18 in Riyadh, after agreeing with AMC Entertainment Holdings to open up to 40 theatres over the next five years.
As soon as I saw a trailer for Disney’s ‘A Wrinkle in Time’ a few months ago, I knew I wanted to see the full movie, and I also knew I wanted to write this review.