Park Je-hyun's anything-goes comic actioner is pure silliness marbled with occasional entertaining moments.
This bigscreen version of Hiromu Arakawa's bestselling manga is a smooth if unadventurous youth pic.
Isao Takahata's retelling of the oldest recorded Japanese narrative is a visionary tour de force.
Masatoshi Nagase gives a masterful performance as a baseball coach in this lengthy but big-hearted 1930s sports saga.
Jackie Chan makes a dull departure from his former kickass shenanigans in this rickety action-drama.
A charmless, leaden live-action adaptation of the story that inspired Hayao Miyazaki's enchanting 1989 anime.
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…