In Lou Yi-an’s bleak drama, even save spamming won’t get you a happy ending.
Time is relative in Chen Yu-hsun’s quirky romantic comedy.
A man struggles against an unforgiving system and closed-minded family in Cheng Yu-chieh’s drama.
Haunted by the past, ghosts, and its own inability to keep a straight face for longer than one minute, Secrets of the Hot Spring is a fun, but messy Taiwanese horror-comedy.
In Ang Lee’s sexy spy thriller, alliances and relationships are as fraught with peril as any war.
In John Hsu’s adaptation of Detention the terror is frighteningly real.
In Part 2, the battle for Red Cliff focuses and offers more drama, combat and plenty of flames.
History has never been more grand and more romanticised than in the first part of John Woo's magnificent Three Kingdoms saga.
A young woman struggles with society and weight loss in Hsieh Pei-Ju’s comedy-drama.
An aspiring actress learns that fame has a price in this tense psycho-drama.
Friendship arises from tragedy in Bon Am’s quaint drama.
Stylish direction only does so much to save a convoluted, boring story.