Shot for shot, it's perhaps the most ravishingly beautiful film Hou has ever made, and certainly one of his most deeply transporting.
Jiang Wen's fifth film is a saucy picaresque through a world of grifters, raconteurs and dreamers.
A sporadically engaging martial-arts extravaganza that looks even better compared with its predecessor.
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…
Taking more than a dozen credits, including helmer-scribe, Jackie Chan emerges a Jackie-of-all-trades and master of none in his 101th film, "CZ12."
A serious sibling rivalry forces auds to pick which twin is the phony in "The Second Woman."
The whole is largely equal to the sum of its parts in "10+10," a collection of 20 five-minute shorts by 10 established helmers and 10 emerging talents on the "uniqueness of Taiwan."
As if molded from a cookie cutter, the three stories in "Love" are cute, crumbly and not particularly filling.
Sadness overcomes comedy in the sequel to the boffo 2008 Sino hit.
It's "Lights! Camera! Passport!" in the celebratory docu "Let the Wind Carry Me."
An iconic figure in Chinese martial-arts cinema receives less-than-iconic treatment.