Swedish musical crime-comedy Sound of Noise (噪反城市) is a satire of the crime genre and the classical musical establishment about a group of musicians who terrorize the city of Malmö with a series of musical crimes.
The poster asks, “What if a little lie kept getting bigger?” More like, “What if the people telling the little lie kept getting dumber?”
“No Strings Attached” begins with an intriguing premise: A guy and a girl agree to have sex wherever they want, whenever they want, without all those pesky emotions getting in the way.
“Morning Glory,” about a sunny network morning television show, feels like ... well, a sunny, network television morning show. It is glossy, moves quickly enough and has a few enjoyable personalities.
The studio bills Jake Gyllenhaal and Anne Hathaway's “Love & Other Drugs” as an unconventional love story.
Robert Downey Jr. is miserable, stuck on a cross-country drive with a creepy Zach Galifianakis in the comedy “Due Date.”
Katherine Heigl has again been saddled with an unexpected baby, only this time, no one is going to call her parenting mate a schlub. Unlike Heigl's “Knocked Up” (好孕臨門) co-star, Seth Rogen, Josh Duhamel is emphatically in her league.
Not a single moment rings true in “The Switch,” which is unfortunate because it is about a situation in which a lot of women find themselves.
A light-hearted spin on Taiwanese cinema, “Love You 10,000 Years” is created by Japanese director Toyo Kitamura (北村豐晴), starring Vic Chou (周渝民), Taiwan's answer to Tony Leung (梁朝偉).
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