Tiger Chen gives a technically dazzling display of human combat in Keanu Reeves' otherwise workmanlike directing debut.
Han San Ping
A charming, tightly written look at the pressure-cooker environment of Beijing high schoolers prepping for college entry.
With its gravity-defying stunts and logic-resistant plot twists, its kinky couture and kinkier sex, “Switch” dishes out splashy thrills so indiscriminately, it winds up feeling like a theme park with…
Vicki Zhao's accomplished directing debut is a lyrical ode to youth at its most fearless and foolhardy.
This madcap mystery-romance sustains a light, bouncy tone and a decent hit-to-miss laff ratio even in scenes involving strangulation, dismemberment and cannibalism.
Cyrte Investments and China Film Co. have come on board with John Woo (pictured above) and Terence Chang for their “Flying Tigers” World War II project to be released in two versions — a two-part…
DreamWorks topper Jeffrey Katzenberg was in Beijing to unveil "Tibet Code," a swashbuckling project from its Chinese unit, Oriental DreamWorks, which is aimed firmly at the booming local market.
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…
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…
Xi Jinping, the man poised to take over as China's supreme leader, is a movie fan who apparently loves "Saving Private Ryan." Whether that translates into a desire to help Hollywood is an open…
In U.S.-Chinese co-production "Shanghai Calling," a Chinese-American lawyer's reluctant job transfer to Shanghai sets off a surprise-strewn homecoming that's like an orphan discovering his birth…