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Pic could yield reasonable returns as an inoffensive alternative to Oscar bait and epics, but even on those terms, "Parental Guidance" is not suggested.
Beautifully shot, broodingly scored and spunkily edited, "Young Dudes" is so hip it hurts, yet so woefully meaningless.
An emotionally fertile exploration of paternal love and revenge, and a welcome return to form for Chen Kaige.
Wang Bing continues to probe the devastating consequences of China's "anti-rightist" campaign in his first narrative feature.
A smoothly executed revenge thriller that finds one of Hong Kong's genre masters in assured action-movie form.
Helmer Lou Ye is at it again -- this time with lashings of gay sex -- in the five-way ensembler "Spring Fever."
Clandestine romance provides sad but pleasurable viewing in the high-quality Hong Kong meller "Claustrophobia."
Manna for those who like their kung fu straight and wireless, their villains Japanese and their heroes unconflicted Chinese patriots.
Collection of seven vignettes -- some sad, others sardonic -- have little in common other than a concern with the small things of life and a throwaway attitude very typical of its creator, Pang…
Latest in a small wave of Hong Kong comedies centered on the human and spiritual worlds colliding, "Demi-Haunted" takes a while to get its gears in synch but develops into an affecting character…