The 3D is terrific in "Flying Swords of Dragon Gate," but helmer Tsui Hark's costume actioner -- the first Chinese-lingo movie shown in the stereoscopic Imax format -- is let down by two-dimensional…
China's film market is booming. But while the burgeoning number of new cinema screens is fueling wild expansion, the pressure to get one of the key slots in the sked is growing.
No one can accuse Tsui Hark of being lazy.
An inventive marriage of ancient China and Agatha Christie.
Hong Kong's film biz is booming, and driving the industry are revenues from across the border in Mainland China.