The third installment of the Detective Dee series starts strong, but slowly devolves into the nonsensical CGI spectacle of Tsui Hark's other recent films.
Alan Mak returns with a new thriller, the proposed first installment of a new trilogy, but Infernal Affairs this is not; Integrity is a dull exercise, lacking ambition and thrills.
Han Han's sports comedy is packed with big laughs and draws upon his background as a rally driver to flesh out a routine comeback story with credible and authentic detail.
Frant Gwo's adaptation of Liu Cixin's short story is the biggest blockbuster of the Chinese New Year box office season, successfully imitating a large swath of Hollywood influences, for good and bad.
Christina Hodson's script provides a sweet, empathetic rebuke to the relentless toxicity of the previous Transformers films.
Timo Tjahjanto's relentless action gorefest contains some wild fight scenes, but is burdened by a bloated running time.
Timo Tjahjanto's new horror film is somewhat tired in concept, but buoyed by some thrilling camerawork.
Hollywood's latest take on the classic tale is currently in theatres, and you could go watch it, but why?
Ueda Shinichiro's meta zombie comedy is the most resourceful and ingenious indie film of the year.
Kulap Vilaysack explores her family tree in this messy, painful, wonderful and inspiring documentary.
Sato Shinsuke's manga adaptation stumbles near the finish line, but is an otherwise thrilling ride, superbly directed.