Like passengers who overpaid for tickets to escape war-ravaged Shanghai on the Taiwan-bound liner Taiping in 1949, only to end up on a sinking ship, audiences get a pretty lousy deal with John Woo’s…
The first of a two-part disaster epic depicting a 1949 shipwreck that's been nicknamed "the Chinese Titanic."
Veteran Hong Kong director confirms shoot was delayed by his cancer
Production is underway on "The Crossing," the first film in over four years to be directed by helmer John Woo.
Satisfyingly sinewy fusion of martial-arts actioner and brain-tickling noir from busy producer-director Peter Ho-sun Chan.
The Weinstein Co. has acquired distribution rights to martial arts epic "Dragon" ("Wu Xia") for the world outside of Asia and French speaking Europe.
Superhero shenanigans are dished up with style in the rollicking adventure yarn "K-20: Legend of the Mask," based on longtime Japanese literary favorites reinvented for a popular '80s manga.
Death doesn't take a holiday in the beguiling supernatural triptych "Accuracy of Death."
One of the most ballyhooed Asian productions in recent history, and the most expensive Chinese-lingo picture ever, John Woo's costume actioner "Red Cliff" scales the heights.
The arduous task of bringing Asia's biggest-ever pic, "Red Cliff," to the bigscreen has been a battle worthy of the violent and chaotic time in which the movie is set.
Three blood brothers find their oath tested by battle and personal rivalry in "The Warlords," a meaty drama of friendship, ambition and betrayal set during a bloody civil war in 19th-century China.
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