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Wong Jing's "Chasing The Dragon II" blends entertainment with relevant political undertones that'll rile some Hong Kongers, but please mainland Chinese audiences.
Starring Ma Dong-seok, this action movie blends classic Korean crime archetypes into something new and entertaining, though not necessarily memorable.
Not only a heartfelt and genuine portrayal of a Filipino domestic helper’s story, but also a tribute to those who refuse to stop chasing their...
Filmed in 14 days on a budget of $250,000, the Last Sunrise leaves a different impression on what home-grown, Chinese science fiction has to offer...
"Pájaros de verano" ("Birds of Passage") offers a more nuanced and authentic take on Colombia's drug trade.
“One Child Nation” confronts the untold history of China’s One-Child Policy with a personal and empathetic touch
Directed and written by Indian women, this film succeeds where Slumdog Millionaire fails
If IU wants audiences to see her as a serious artist, will Netflix’s “Persona” help?
German director Christian Petzold's "Transit" explores today's rise in fascism through a classic Hollywood love story—or does it?
Edgy, raw, and a punch in the face—is "Warrior" the story Asian-Americans have been waiting for?