Truth or dare has gone viral, or in the case of "Nerve" (玩命直播), minus the truth.
Adapted from a Swedish novel, "A Man Called Ove" tells the story of a grouchy and nosy old man who patrols his neighborhood at 8 a.m. sharp every day to maintain perfect order.
Despite widespread attention over diversity in the movie business, a new study finds that little is changing in Hollywood for women, minorities, LGBT people and others who continue to find themselves on the outside of an industry where researchers say inequality is "the norm."
In "Ace of Sales" (銷售奇姬), the career comedy released last Friday, actress Lin Mei-Hsiu (林美秀) plays the fashionable, humorous successful saleswoman Mei Hsiu, a character that we have never seen from her before. Lin left the audience rolling with laughter with her semi-acid-tongue moments and also left viewers, and including real life television salesperson Ann Yu (禹安), with her perfect portrayal in awe.
Polish leaders and families of some crash victims attended the premiere Monday of a divisive movie that supports a theory that the 2010 plane crash that killed Polish President Lech Kaczynski and 95 others was an assassination orchestrated by Russia.
The race for the Oscars intensifies this week at the Toronto film festival, where a spotlight will be shined on American politics, youth radicalization, racism, feminism and alien arrivals.
In 2012, freelance journalist Theo Padnos slipped into Syria to cover its unfolding civil war and was promptly kidnapped by members of an al-Qaida branch.
The horror thriller "Don't Breathe" topped the box office for the second straight week, while several new releases struggled to find traction over a typically sleepy Labor Day weekend at North American movie theaters.
As a rape survivor, victim's advocate and an actress in "The Birth of a Nation," Gabrielle Union has found herself in an impossible position. Union recently, along with the much of the world, learned that her film's director, writer, producer and star, Nate Parker, ......
In contrast to a majority of recent Taiwanese blockbusters featuring youthful love stories, "Ace of Sales" (銷售奇姬) represents a new genre in Taiwan's movie industry. A thought-provoking career comedy that melds mirth with allegory, the film gives viewers a look at the enigma of television shopping in Taiwan.