Energized by a youthful cast, Tsui Hark's lavish period actioner proves more cohesive than its overwrought predecessor.
Vicki Zhao's accomplished directing debut is a lyrical ode to youth at its most fearless and foolhardy.
In "Awful Nice," the (nearly) lost art of physical comedy makes a roaring resurgence, courtesy of two belligerent brothers who tussle their way through their father's funeral, argue all the way to…
BEIJING -- Helmer Chen Kaige's contemporary social drama about online witchhunts, "Caught in the Web," has been selected as mainland China's contender in the foreign language film category at next…
An engrossing, if lengthy social drama in which a woman's minor public misconduct plunges her into a dragnet of cyber witch-hunting that unseats relationships, careers and a business empire, the…
Like a latte with caramel on top and coffee residue at the bottom, "First Time" starts off as a treacly teen daydream and changes course halfway through to deconstruct its own romantic myth.
Thai helmer Apitchatpong Weerasethakul's Palme d'Or winner "Uncle Boonmee Who Can Recall His Past Lives" notched up its latest success on Monday when it scooped the best film laurel at the 5th Asian…
Self-ruled Taiwan's biz is riding high these days, as it gradually emerges from the shadow of its rival and benefactor, Mainland China, with an ever greater focus on commercial movies.
A wannabe gangster/community epic whose reach falls a tad short of its ambitions.
In "Some Girl(s)," Neil LaBute continues his careerlong evisceration of that perennial, and by now a little tired, target: the white heterosexual male.
Domestic Film WEEKEND OF
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Frozen1Weekend: $31.6M Disney
Out of the Furnace
Out of the Furnace3Weekend: $5.3M Relativity Media