Many willing audiences will discover a jaunty "Celine and Julie Go Boating"-like charm to this semi-surreal film based on 410 consecutive Twitter updates.
With its meditations on identity, community and spirituality, this Thai arthouse entry will find favor with audiences that don't mind a mood-over-plot approach.
Hannah Espia makes an impressive debut with this gracefully directed, inventively edited look at the plight of Filipino immigrant workers in Israel.
Jeffrey Jeturian pokes good-natured fun at TV soap operas in this appealing dramedy starring Filipino screen queen Vilma Santos.
Showbiz dreams and political commentary mix harmoniously in this entertaining documentary about the first all-girl pop group to emerge from Burma.
Visuals are more dazzling than the storytelling in "Journey to the West: Conquering the Demons." A qualified return to form for Hong Kong hitmaker Stephen Chow ("Kung Fu Hustle) after mushy sci-fier…
Visuals are more dazzling than the storytelling in "Journey to the West: Conquering the Demons."
Laos' first ever crime-thriller, "At the Horizon" is a well-written and well-performed account of a mute mechanic who violently crosses paths with a rich college kid.
A startling docu about two 8-year-old girls competing on Thailand's large, legal child-boxing circuit, "Buffalo Girls" runs the risk of having its firmly nonjudgmental tone interpreted as tacit…
Neither the best nor worst entry in the recent glut of found-footage horror movies, "Muirhouse" produces decent chills from a ghost hunter's overnight stay in a spooky old mansion.
Although "Sometimes Scantily Clad but Never Naked Soldier" is more like it, "Naked Soldier" otherwise delivers the goods as a cheerfully ludicrous yarn about a globetrotting squad of sexy babes…