If it at first you succeed, then Thai, Thai again -- so seems the motto of slapstick martial arts action-comedy sequel "The Bodyguard 2."
"Son of a Lion" packs emotional punch and engaging political discussion into the tale of a sensitive boy.
The smallest feature made by prolific, Hollywood-experienced South African helmer Darrell James Roodt also is one of his best.
"M" will signify murder for auds who like a little content beneath the packaging but magic for those who can groove on technical flash alone.
Upscale auds may appreciate pic's assumption of white liberal guilt, but probably not for 110 minutes.
"Hero" rocks. You don't have to have seen the hit 2001 TV series or the 2006 two-hour special to appreciate this bigscreen continuation of the legal adventures of an unconventional district attorney…
An accidental death digs into the soul and reveals a mother lode of hidden guilt in compelling Danish meller "White Night."
Taking the viewer deep inside a Manila slum blighted by drugs and gang violence, "Tribe" is a disturbing snapshot of a community in chaos.
Perfectly pitched for mature-minded teens with adolescent tribulations on their mind, this effort may also seduce older auds.
Impressively lensed, and with a sensitive perf by Yao Anlian as a widower trying to make a buck while dealing with his moody teen kid.
"Fujian Blue" reps an uneven yet involving debut by young helmer Robin Weng.