A hellish look at the extreme competitiveness of Korean society which nonetheless retains its characters' bracing humanity.
The action-heavy reboot of the legendary psycho-thriller fantasy "Death Note" is not much to write home about.
An appealingly hand-drawn Nipponese animation that paints a humanist portrait of civilian life during W.W.II.
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.