Mainland Chinese director Vivian Qu's Angels Wear White echoes the on-going Harvey Weinstein scandal that is rocking Hollywood.
Home Again, fails to elicit any sympathy for the privileged, jobless, single parent protagonist.
It makes a wonderful companion piece to the original and 30 years from now, its vision of humanity will still be powerful and relevant.
Art mirrors life as Malaysian filmmaker Saw Teong Hin confronts his painful past through his beautifully-shot, semi-autobiographical You Mean the World to Me.
The vigilante fantasy cum political drama is like two distinct movies, with Chan's character sticking out like a true foreigner.
Director Matthew Vaughn appears to have run out of ideas in this disappointing sequel to Kingsman: The Secret Service.