Tan Kee Yun

Tan Kee Yun
Tan Kee Yun's reviews do not count toward the Tomatometer. This is not a Tomatometer-approved critic, and this critic's reviews are not published on a Tomatometer-approved publication.

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T-Meter Title | Year Review
5/5 71% Ode to my Father (2014) Hwang is excellent in his portrayal of the selfless everyday man. Lost alumnus Kim Yun Jin, who plays Deok Soo's wife, is amazing too. - The New Paper (Singapore) EDIT
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3/5 No Score Yet Chuen lik kau saat (Full Strike) (2015) Amid the laughs, Full Strike serves up some touching, inspiring scenes, yet things never get mawkish. An earnest effort. - The New Paper (Singapore) EDIT
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3/5 No Score Yet Imprisoned: Survival Guide for Rich and Prodigal (2015) Wong lacks the charisma of a younger Chow. But Imprisoned is a sincere effort and should win over audiences with its positive message. - The New Paper (Singapore) EDIT
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2/5 59% Insidious: Chapter 3 (2015) Save for a few "boo" moments, it is hardly unnerving. I yawned midway through the film. For a horror flick, that's not a good thing at all. - The New Paper (Singapore) EDIT
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4/5 No Score Yet The Vanished Murderer (2015) The Vanished Murderer, like its predecessor, is visually ravishing and boasts a fantastic movie score. - The New Paper (Singapore) EDIT
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3/5 31% Poltergeist (2015) While the movie ranks low on shock factor - there are hardly any spine-tingling moments - the cast deserves a thumbs-up for making their characters relatable. - The New Paper (Singapore) EDIT
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4/5 No Score Yet Twenty (2015) Korean comedy Twenty is right up there with the classics. - The New Paper (Singapore) EDIT
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4/5 No Score Yet The Songs We Sang (2015) Truly a gem of local cinema. - The New Paper (Singapore) EDIT
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2/5 25% Only You (2015) Despite being billed as a rom-com, it lacks the charming, whimsical vibe of the 1994 version with Robert Downey Jr and Marisa Tomei. - The New Paper (Singapore) EDIT
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5/5 54% Attack on Titan: Part 1 (Shingeki no kyojin) (2015) While the movie dazzles with CGI effects and high-octane action, it is the excellent performances by the trio that make it a must-watch. - The New Paper (Singapore) EDIT
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2/5 50% Wild City (2015) While the movie boasts visceral fight scenes, the storyline is so unbelievable, it's hard to connect with the characters. - The New Paper (Singapore) EDIT
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4/5 46% No Escape (2015) While the movie's storyline is simple, its action set pieces are so visceral and intense they had me on the edge of my seat right from the start. - The New Paper (Singapore) EDIT
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4/5 No Score Yet Keeper of Darkness (2015) Low on scare tactics, the film is nevertheless a winner with its combination of suspense, romance and special effects. - The New Paper (Singapore) EDIT
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3/5 No Score Yet The Tag-Along (2015) Thankfully, once in a blue moon, a rare decent scary movie like The Tag-Along pops up on our screens. - The New Paper (Singapore) EDIT
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3/5 No Score Yet Long Long Time Ago 2 (2017) The second part of local director Jack Neo's nostalgic kampung film is here to elicit laughs and wring out tears. - The New Paper (Singapore) EDIT
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