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Energized by a youthful cast, Tsui Hark's lavish period actioner proves more cohesive than its overwrought predecessor.
A Korean baseball team overcomes its losing streak by signing a gorilla in this technically impressive but under-dramatized 3D feature.
SHANGHAI — Most of the buzz at the Shanghai Intl. Film Festival has been about increased cooperation between Hollywood and China. Among the busiest Chinese private shingles in this respect has been…
A sporadically engaging martial-arts extravaganza that looks even better compared with its predecessor.
Taking more than a dozen credits, including helmer-scribe, Jackie Chan emerges a Jackie-of-all-trades and master of none in his 101th film, "CZ12."
The emotion that was joined to spectacle in Feng Xiaogang's mega-blockbuster "Aftershock" is exchanged for generic suffering and a few big yet uninvolving fighter-jet strafings in the helmer's "Back…
Wang Zhonglei, whose English name is James, formed Huayi Brothers alongside brother Wang Zhongjun. The company, one of China's most successful private shingles, is riding high, most recently with the…
Wu Ershan's supernatural costumer combines technical razzle-dazzle with a competently told yarn that allows its stars to shine.
Wang Zhongjun is a man of no small ambition. He dominates the Chinese film business with his ability to spot top talent and projects. He also has a knack for luring cash to fund the plans of the…
An Asian big-budgeter in which the characters don't get lost among the production design and special effects, costume action-drama "A Battle of Wits" more than lives up to its title.
"The Banquet," a lush reinterpretation of William Shakespeare's "Hamlet," got its Cannes launch at a Monday-night party and a Tuesday consumer press junket.