A nonsensical and seldom funny Chinese action-comedy set in India that makes any Bollywood movie seem like a Bergmanesque masterpiece by comparison.
China's biggest literary celebrity Han Han's crowd-pleasing sophomore feature reworks "Back to the Future" to reflect wistfully on his country's rapid changes.
Stephen Chow's sequel to 'Journey to the West: Conquering the Demons' reflects director Tsui Hark's love for visual fireworks, but misses a comic beat.
An archaeological adventure set in Tibet, Dubai, and India, Jackie Chan-starrer “Kung Fu Yoga” proves that despite a decade-long hiatus, Hong Kong action director Stanley Tong (“Rumble in the Bronx”)…
An offbeat road movie across Thailand with a touch of the surreal, featuring a bromance between an over-the-hill architect and his long-lost elephant.
A politically nuanced horror that channels "The Omen" while evoking the haunting atmosphere of Spanish horror films.
An over-the-top and indigestible romantic comedy produced and co-scripted by Wong Kar-wai lacking any of the auteur's usual finesse.
Acrime noir exploring India's gender inequality with plenty of style but not enough substance.
A comic vignette on Singaporean Valley Girls peppered with the garrulous wit of Eric Rohmer's 'Six Moral Tales.'
Matt Damon doesn't save China in this capably directed but generic fantasy spectacle extolling Chinese culture and military excellence.
Ace screenwriter Kankuro Kudo help make cult genre master Takashi Miike's glossy return to his V-Cinema roots easy-to-follow.
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