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M. Night Shyamalan is back to heroes and villains in his deadeningly obvious latest film, for superfans only.
Martial-arts movies are Hong Kong’s speciality. We run down the very best that are made here.
Updating us on one of Rocky's most fearsome opponents, Creed II lands some solid punches on its conventionally satisfying route to vengeance.
With plenty of sexy actresses and actors, it’s no surprise that some Hong Kong movies are full of sex. Here are the very sexiest made.
Drew Goddard heads from ‘Cabin in the Woods’ to a blood-splattered hotel and reinforcing his rep as an original storyteller in the process.
Arguably Hong Kong’s best contemporary director, Johnnie To talks to us about researching triads and the possibility of Election 3.
The up-and-coming star talks about reviving Hong Kong martial arts cinema.
The five co-directors of the controversial local dystopia tell us of their fears for Hong Kong.
The creator of McDull talks about life in Hong Kong and why she’s luckier than her creation.
The director of the award-winning Mad World discusses his debut film.
This riotous, arcade-game-inspired sequel powers up with fresh ideas and some brilliantly-executed pastiching.
Jason Momoa’s surf-bro superhero is a welcome addition to the genre, but his movie is waterlogged.
Bonkers and a bit brilliant, this Spidey reboot is well worth shelving your Spider-fatigue for.
This Peter Jackson–produced YA epic is a steampunk-styled fantasy that's too loud to hold a coherent thought.