Wong Jing knows what his fans want and gives them no less in this boisterous mix of goofy humor and kinetic action.
A generic domestic drama that refuses to look its political context in the eye.
Yoji Yamada delivers a passionless adaptation of Kyoko Nakajima's tale of adultery.
An intrinsically fascinating true story of a Taiwanese ecological activist prevails over director Cho Li's dry but well-meaning narrative approach.
Non-conformist Chinese auteur Lou Ye has always trained his sensuous gaze on outsiders, and in "Blind Massage," he explores the fringe existence of sight-impaired masseurs and masseuses from an…
Action auteur Dante Lam delivers his darkest work to date with this ghoulish supernatural thriller.
A deliriously high-concept and gleefully low-budget horror-comedy that mourns the dissolution of Hong Kong's core values since its handover to China in 1997.
Nghiem-minh Nguyen Vo's lushly lensed sci-fi thriller suffers from far-fetched plotting and dystopian cliches.
"Tamako in Moratorium" is a bittersweet family dramedy that could be a contempo variant on Ozu's "Late Spring," only instead of trying to marry off his daughter, this doting widower only prays the…
Easily the most ambitious cinematic rendition yet of the adventures of Buddhist monk Xuanzang and his three demigoblin disciples, "The Monkey King" nonetheless can't match the technical refinement or…
Dispelling much of the smoke around most cinematic depictions of firefighting, "As the Light Goes Out" reps an authentic-looking entry in the genre, delving into its characters' physical ordeals and…