Foreign Language Movies you should watch

 

Well we are always so busy with Hollywood Movies that we don’t pay much attention to movies around the world. In this blog, I am gonna mention the name of a few movies which according to me is a must watch.  

 

8. I movie

The movie starts with a Handsome, muscular hero in love with a Superstar lady. But its the twist that comes afterwards and the revenge story line and the way he deals with the main protagonist that is worth admiring. You will fall in love with the acting of the character and the character development it goes through.



7. A Millionaire’s First Love

Jae-Kyung (Hyun-Bin ) is a high school senior, who skips school often. Once he turns nineteen years old, he is going to be a millionaire. However, the day before he is set to inherit his fortune, their family lawyer informs Jae-Kyung about the will from his deceased grandfather. His grandfather specified that Jae-Kyung can only inherit his fortune if he graduates from Boram High School, which is located in the countryside. He has no choice but to transfer there.

Life changes a lot for him at Boram High School. He can’t use his credit card or drive his sports car. Meanwhile, Jae-Kyung meets Eun-Hwan (Lee Yeon-Hee). She’s different from the other people living there and seems to harbor some kind of secret. Jae-Kyung’s attitude begins to change and Eun-Hwan is about to reveal her secret. The ending is sure to make you cry and make you love with everything you got.

 

6. The Hunt

The Hunt (Danish: Jagten) is a 2012 Danish drama film directed by Thomas Vinterberg and starring Mads Mikkelsen. The story is set in a small Danish village around Christmas, and follows a man who becomes the target of mass hysteria after being wrongly accused of sexually abusing a child in his kindergarten class

 

5. Children of Heaven

The Children of Heaven follows the relationship between an impoverished brother and sister, Ali and Zahra, who are thrust into a difficult circumstance. They choose to solve their problem themselves, without telling their parents, in their own unique way. What follows is a tender, moving tale of compassion, determination and deep family love.

 

4. Ip Man

In the 1930s, Foshan is a hub of Southern Chinese martial arts, where various schools actively recruit disciples and compete against each other. Although the Wing Chun master Ip Man is the most skilled martial artist in Foshan, he is unassuming and keeps a low profile. As an independent wealthy man, he feels no need to accept any disciples and instead spends his days training, meeting with friends, and spending time with his family. However, his wife is often resentful of the time he spends training and discussing martial arts with friends and colleagues. Though not a professional martial artist, Ip is respected in Foshan due to the abilities he displays in friendly, closed-door competitions with local masters. Ip’s reputation is further enhanced when he defeats an aggressive, rude, highly skilled Northern Chinese martial arts master, Jin Shanzhao, thus upholding the regional pride of fellow Southern stylists and others in Foshan.


The film focuses on events in Ip’s life that supposedly took place in the city of Foshan during the Sino-Japanese War.

 

3. 3 Idiots

 

In this movie Aamir Khan played the central character Phunshukh Wangdu.

3 Idiots is a story of human struggle from cradle to grave. The movie portrays how the human struggle for existence begins with the birth of a child. The child opens his eyes in the world to see the expectations floating in the eyes of his parents who want their children to become Engineer, Doctor, IAS, or some other officer, and glorify their family name.

A MUST WATCH MOVIE.

 

2. Spirited Away

There’s a quote on Tumblr somewhere that says “Disney movies touch the heart but Studio Ghibli films touch the soul.” As sentimental as that is, it’s also astute. It’s surely part of the reason that anime fans across the world will testify that Hayao Miyazaki’s Spirited Away is the best animation film of all time. On the 15th anniversary of its release in Japan, Sen to Chihiro no Kamikakushi – translated as “Sen and Chihiro’s Spiriting Away” – remains untouched by rivals for its blend of the spiritual, the realistic, the fantastic and the human. For balancing all of those realms, Miyazaki was the master, and since his retirement we’ll continue to look on Spirited Away as the film that was the masterpiece of his life.



1. Train to Busan

Set in modern day Korea, the film sees banker Seok Woo (Gong Yoo) taking his daughter (Ahn Soothe) on – you guessed it – a train to Busan on the southern coast.

However the undead epidemic unleashes its flesh-eating fury in the capital Seoul and one of the infected jumps on the locomotive just as it’s leaving the station.

One by one the diverse group of passengers are bitten by the rapid undead – reminiscent of the ones in World War Z – as they advance their way up the train in each nail-biting scene.

With some of the best zombie makeup in film to date, the terrifying, juttering monstrosities are a thrill to watch, as the survivors make valiant efforts to hold them off.

What’s crucial to Train to Busan’s success is director Sang-ho’s mixture of horrifying tension and pace with its telling moral commentary in a life and death situation.

 

I missed a quite a number of Movies, I know. But that is for another time. If you know any good movie, do mention in the comments.



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