Jiang Ziya is problematically scripted as it is rather difficult to understand for most Western audiences due to a chaotic, at times even not well explained storyline. Still, it's another stellar entry after Ne Zha in what is now called Fengshen Cinematic Universe that is powered by terrific action set pieces, some memorable characters, majestic mythological elements and truly gorgeous animation with an often artistic quality to its imagery.
Although slight in terms of storytelling, overly modern in animation and technology, and underdeveloped in its supporting characters, Lupin III: The First still has solid villains, strong main characters, stunning background work, and terrific humor and score. The movie is overly frenetic at times, but it's undoubtedly hugely enjoyable and quite charming.
Netflix has become a terrific platform for international cinema, even including blockbusters. Here comes South Korea to the epic space opera stage with the familiar, but incredibly enjoyable Space Sweepers. The third act is too action-heavy, but very well executed. The plot elements are familiar (Star Wars' space battles, WALL-E's environmentalism, Guardians of the Galaxy's ragtag team are some of the influences here), but it's a fun, strong mix of all these ideas with astonishing special effects, terrific humor and fantastic character development – Tae-ho has a great arc, Captain Jang is badass, Tiger Park is endearing and cool at the same time, Robot Bubs is one of the sassiest robots out there and Dorothy is one of the most adorable children in all of movies.