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When Love Comes -- Film Review

BUSAN, South Korea -- Finally wriggling out of his auteurist cocoon that led to the disastrous "Butterfly," Chang Tso-chi has metamorphosed with "When Love Comes" -- a layered and cadenced domestic drama about a polygamous Taiwan family and how its members live with each other's secrets and short

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2010年
10月
11日

Toilet -- Film Review

Quirky family comedy whose charms get flushed out when it tries to do too much.

This is probably the only film ever to depict an orgasmic experience between a man and a loo (or a "washlet" to be precise).

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2010年
10月
09日

Under the Hawthorn Tree--Film Review

"Under the Hawthorn Tree," is without question Zhang Yimou's simplest work. The tale of pure young love set during the Cultural Revolution is laid back and lushly shot, with any sexual passion or political overtones exiled to the narrative margins.

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2010年
10月
08日

The Legend is Born: Ip Man -- Film Review

SHANGHAI -- Semi-fictional biopics about Ip Man, Bruce Lee's teacher in the art of "Wing Chun" boxing, have become the most lucrative franchise among Hong Kong action films of recent years. "Ip Man" and "Ip Man 2," directed by Wilson Ip, were top grossing hits in China and HK.

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2010年
10月
07日

Amigo: Film Review

Set during the U.S. incursion in the Philippines in 1900, John Sayles has little to add to the debate beyond the eternal truth that the innocent always suffer most.

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2010年
09月
30日

Confessions -- Film Review

BUCHEON, South Korea -- The cruelty that young teens are capable of and the amoral prurience of Japanese society portrayed in Tetsuya Nakashima "Confessions" will deliver a shock to the system of any audience.

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2010年
08月
16日

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