A family-oriented CG animated adventure, Dino King follows the life of a young Tarbosaurus millions of years ago.
What was meant as the last chapter in The Ring franchise turns out to be nothing more than a bad excuse to keep the machine rolling. Sadako 3D isn’t worth any horror fan’s time.
Nightfall serves up a tale of cold revenge on a sleek, multilayered platter of sumptuous visuals and numerous but believable twists.
A joyous slice of family life and childhood imagination, Hayao Miyazaki’s My Neighbor Totoro is a wonderful film for the whole family.
Back to 1942 is an epic that tells the story of China’s devastating wartime famine. beautifully filmed and with a large budget, the film is sprawling, but fails to strike an emotional note, perhaps due to it overreaching sense of scope.
This wuxia twist on Romeo and Juliet is rooted in a Chinese legend, but despite the stunning visuals from director Ma Jingle, it fails to evoke the tragic romance due to bad casting and a poorly fleshed out story.
An audacious comedy from Kawashima Yûzô, this 1956 Japanese classic will have you rolling in your seat.
Donnie Yen’s latest wuxia film offers a winning mix of martial arts action and thrilling drama.
Thai filmmaker M.L. Bhandevanop Devakul’s recreation of the Kurosawa Akira classic Rashomon is visually stunning, but a classic should never be fooled around with. This remake misses all the nuance of the Kurosawa original.
An erotic drama from Hong Kong, Girl$ explores the world of online prostitution in an often stylish and touching way.