David Choe makes art "for people who don't give a **** about art" and believes graffiti should be executed with stolen paint cans. In a moment of serene insight, he declares "the downside about your…
Billing itself as "China's first lifestyle movie," "Esquire Runway" is as slick and super-glossy as the glitterati among whom it's set.
Small grace notes in direction and storytelling make "Nimas' Women" more interesting than many more opulent dramas set among China's non-Han minorities.
A lonely teenage girl volunteers to stand in for her missing classmate for a police reconstruction in "Helen," an impressive, beautifully shot debut feature for Brit co-helmers Christine Molloy and…
After several attempts in recent years, China gets its first all-out C-horror in "Help," a thoroughly formulary but smoothly assembled femme-in-peril scarefest that can stand alongside similar genre…
After his grizzled turns in "Battle of Wits" and "The Warlords," Hong Kong star Andy Lau saddles up again in the sweeping costume actioner "Resurrection of the Dragon."
Even fans of Mike Figgis' digital experiments will be hard-pressed to find anything of interest in "Love Live Long," the uneven helmer's unattractive, semi-docu style glimpse at a rich creep's…
An imaginative opening shot raises hopes that fail to flower in thesp-helmer Branko Djuric's derivative sophomore feature, "Tractor, Love and Rock 'n' Roll."
Having made a film about Beethoven ("Immortal Beloved"), and another based on a Tolstoy story starring Danny Huston ("Ivansxtc"), helmer Bernard Rose mashes all these elements together in "The…
A highly controlled psychodrama assembled in a brain-teasing way, "Unfinished Girl" reps an impressive feature debut by writer-director Cheng Er that deserves exposure at Asian-friendly fests.
China's first basketball youth pic, complete with rap score, "Slam" scores high on energy and local flavor but lower on originality. looks to be Asian-American fests or Stateside events with Asian…