Is Hollywood doing something wrong, or are Chinese filmmakers doing something right? Both, which is why American studios need to quickly rethink their roles and goals. Some already are.
Ronny Yu's latest delivers reliably robust action but shows little concern for emotional finesse.
As a vehicle for Jet Li and rising Chinese thesp Wen Zhang to show off their kung fu and comedy chops, respectively, “Badges of Fury” narrowly passes muster as a silly time-killer, souped up with…
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…
Scoring more than $160 million in three weeks to become China's highest-grossing domestic film ever, "Lost in Thailand" is a boisterous, joyously hokey comedy that connects with auds through its…
Warner Bros. Theater Ventures' stage adaptation of "Misery" is gearing up for its first public showcase, skedding a brief 11-perf run at the Bucks County Playhouse, the newly revitalized regional…
LONDON -- Studiocanal has picked up U.K. theatrical rights to "The Alan Partridge Movie," which will star Steve Coogan in the bigscreen debut of his most famous TV character.
Diversity of Chinese-language offerings signals move beyond chop-socky action and police thrillers
An overzealous application of CGI is the figurative boa constrictor squeezing the life out of "The Sorcerer and the White Snake."
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