A sporadically engaging martial-arts extravaganza that looks even better compared with its predecessor.
Videogame aesthetics and Steampunk stylings are pounded into an indigestible pulp in "Tai Chi Zero."
The 16th Busan Film Festival kicked off Thursday with fireworks and lasers outside its $141 million, purpose-built home that organizers hope will showcase ambitious plans to expand the event.
2016-2017 Oscar Predictions
Even before the first ring had stopped, d.p. Jeff Cronenweth saw the name on his phone and knew immediately what the call from Europe was all about: David Fincher was having issues with the shooting…
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A summer cluttered with disappointing fantasy-action exercises goes out with an apt whimper in the form of the latest Jackie Chan vehicle, "The Medallion." This H.K./U.S. co-production at times plays…