Film Review: China Salesman

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An overlong sort-of action thriller about negotiating telecommunication contracts, China Salesman’s biggest draw is supporting turns by Mike Tyson and aging martial-arts movie star Steven Seagal. Read More

Film Review: How Long Will I Love U

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Despite some lapses in the script, this Chinese time-travel farce has sufficient energy and charm to make it agreeable, sprightly, undemanding summer fare. Read More

Film Review: Operation Red Sea

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Elite soldiers on a mission to free hostages also take on a terrorist "dirty bomb" plot in a big-budget Chinese adventure. Read More

Film Review: The Monkey King 3

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Third entry in a blockbuster series is a bright, splashy search for love in a kingdom of women. Read More

Film Review: Legend of the Mountain

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Scholar encounters the supernatural while copying sacred texts. Newly restored version of an influential King Hu adventure. Read More

Film Review: The Great Buddha+

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The so-called poetry of poverty gets a particularly rare and beautiful workout in writer-director Huang Hsin-yao’s affecting, very funny “The Great Buddha+.” Read More

Film Review: The Thousand Faces of Dunjia

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The Thousand Faces of Dunjia is first and foremost a Tsui Hark joint. If you like his style of dense plotting, mysterioso set-pieces and weird sex, Dunjia is a blast—but with a lot of holes in it. Read More

Film Review: ‘The Foreigner’

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A brisk, clever vigilante adventure, The Foreigner is an above-average Jackie Chan movie that skirts around some awkward politics. With a strong cast and steady direction, it gives Chan the chance to show a persuasive dramatic side. Read More

Film Review: Hong Kong Trilogy

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Loosely structured look at kids, activists and senior citizens in Hong Kong from famed cinematographer Christopher Doyle. Read More