Twentieth Century Fox's "Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian" beat Sony's international blockbuster "Angels and Demons" at the international box office over the May 29-31 weekend.
For cineastes and film students in China, one of the treats at the upcoming Shanghai Film Festival will be the mainland China debut of 10 films by Alfred Hitchcock. Suspense films used to be a no-no…
That leaking-balloon sound you hear is coming from media analysts, watching their gloomy predictions for Pixar's "Up" evaporate into the clouds.
As the Shanghai Intl. Film Festival marks its 12th year, it seeks to shed a reputation as an enthusiastic but marginal event on the global circuit.
The Shanghai Film Festival functions as a film master class for China's auds, hungry for instruction in the cinema they don't often get to see.
Hugh Grant, Isabelle Huppert, Willem Dafoe and Judi Dench are among the international thesps expected to add glitz to this year's Shanghai Intl. Film Festival, but the main focus for the Chinese auds…
Last year, before "The Dark Knight" opened July 18, some pundits clucked their tongues at Warner Bros.' decision to open the film so "late" in the summer.
A tribute to tacky South Korean '60s-'70s actioners that should be way more fun than it is.
Chinese helmer Zheng Wei's debut feature testifies to the power of composition to enthrall in the virtual absence of plot, dialogue or even music.
A dramatically involving love triangle between a king, his queen and his chief bodyguard.
Mystery remained Friday over the death of American cult actor David Carradine, best known for the 1970s TV series "Kung Fu" and whose naked body was found in a hotel closet in the Thai capital.