Drawing a familiar arc of high schoolers falling hard in love then drifting apart in college, mainland helmer Zhang Yibai comes up short evoking anything vibrant, sensuous or heart-tugging.
Jiang Wen's fifth film is a saucy picaresque through a world of grifters, raconteurs and dreamers.
Tsui Hark's remake of "The Taking of Tiger Mountain" transforms a Chinese Communist propaganda classic into a barnstorming period actioner.
The third and presumably final installment of the Liam Neeson action franchise is a mind-numbing, crash-bang misfire.
A helming debut that crackles with deadpan humor, feisty perfs, rich provincial color, even food for thought.
The first of a two-part disaster epic depicting a 1949 shipwreck that's been nicknamed "the Chinese Titanic."
Who'd have thought that a documentary about scavenging would serve up so much food porn?
Two radically different women fending for themselves in a remote seaside town discover that no man is an island in "The Furthest End Awaits."
A state-run brothel on the military base of Quemoy during the Cold War reps a scintillating microcosm of Taiwanese history in Doze Niu Chen-zer's beautifully acted, achingly romantic new film.
Turning a real-life human trafficking tragedy into a commentary on social inequality and the cost of survival, "Haemoo" dramatizes a stark nautical ordeal fraught with tension.
Doppelgangers, long-lost brothers and incestuous gay cousins are just some of the new ingredients that make "Tiny Times 3.0" even more ridiculous than its predecessors.