"American Dreams In China" and its director Peter Chan Ho-sun were the big winners at China's Golden Rooster Awards this weekend.
Hampered by pedestrian mise-en-scene, a sketchy script and uneven acting, Karl Lentin's debut feature underwhelms.
Bobcat Goldthwait's Bigfoot thriller is an amusing yet unnecessary contribution to the genre of horror movies allegedly recovered from the hard drives of dead cameramen.
HONG KONG - Documentary "A Rolling Stone" beat the feature film contenders and was named the overall winner Saturday of the Taipei Film Awards. 'Stone" also won the best documentary prize, while…
A charming, tightly written look at the pressure-cooker environment of Beijing high schoolers prepping for college entry.
This attractively packaged, moderately enjoyable account of China's rags-to-riches history lacks a contempo pulse.
Heads won't roll in "The Guillotines," an ineptly executed period actioner in which the decapitating blades are hardly ever unsheathed or shown in all their grisly 3D glory.
Satisfyingly sinewy fusion of martial-arts actioner and brain-tickling noir from busy producer-director Peter Ho-sun Chan.
Hong Kong helmer and producer Peter Chan is confident his $20 million martial arts epic "Wu Xia" will revolutionize the chopsocky genre, and the project is packing a punch at the AFM.
More active as producer than director the past decade, Hong Kong's Peter Chan takes a big roll of the dice with "Perhaps Love," a Mainland-set romantic tuner with big, splashy numbers, a pan-Asian…
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