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In Ning Hao's "Crazy Alien", the Chinese everyman gets a laugh at America's expense.
Exes Baggage reminds us to be thankful for the lessons our previous relationships taught us, and not be afraid to love again
Frant Gwo blends sci-fi with apocalypse extravaganza in the film based on Liu Cixin’s eponymous short story.
Director Matt Wu discusses the dichotomy between darkness and brightness -- and what it was like working with his wife on set
Analyzing the latest documentary in an Irish cinematic movement that depicts farmers as heroes against an oppressive system.
This anthology of five short films artistically illustrates the diversity of Taiwan's woes.
“The Great Battle” provides action with sprinklings of light-heartedness, but falls short on screenwriting.
"Buffalo Boys" director Mike Wiluan suggests that Asian diaspora can look East for a home—and films with strong Asian leads.
This Korean action movie featuring private military contractors offers many explosions—and biting, timely political critiques.
“Default” explores the 1997 Asian Financial Crisis’ impact in Korea, focusing more on emotions than economic explanations.