Asian superstars Gong Li and Andy Lau spark together, but the script rarely produces fireworks in "What Women Want," a straightforward remake of Paramount's 2000 money-spinner.
One of the most infamous miscarriages of justice in Indian legal history is dynamically dramatized in "No One Killed Jessica."
Bogged down by tedious talk and a dull hero, pic peps up slightly after intermission with decently executed scenes of sabotage and sacrifice.
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A shamelessly manipulative Bollywood meller that's opulently decorated and luxuriously photographed but rarely rings true emotionally.
An eccentric piece of whimsy about the friendship between an awkward European traveler and a short-tempered innkeeper in the backwaters of Inner Mongolia.
Directing his 82nd feature in his 79th year, Yoji Yamada composes a sweet valentine to cinema in drama-docu hybrid "Kyoto Story."
A well-appointed if very old-fashioned meller charting the impoverished childhood of early 20th-century Chinese composer Xiang Xinghai.
Dull to start, but goofy good fun once guys in rubber suits start tangling with a foxy ninja babe and her hunky male comrades-in-arms.
Beautiful Hawaiian songs harmonize with commentary on indigenous affairs in the 50th state in "One Voice."
A coming-of-ager like no other, "Mutant Girls Squad" is several bloody cuts above the average Japanese schlockfest.
The existential and the industrial meet head-on in experimental docu "Cheonggyecheon Medley."