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Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows <br>(福爾摩斯:詭影遊戲)</br>

Robert Downey Jr. and Jude Law bicker and banter and bob and weave with significantly diminishing returns in this sequel to the 2009 smash hit “Sherlock Holmes” (福爾摩斯).
Mission: Impossible — Ghost Protocol <br>(不可能的任務:鬼影行動)</br>

Luckily for Tom Cruise, “Mission: Impossible — Ghost Protocol” is one of his finest action flicks, just what's needed to potentially restore some of this fallen star's box-office bankability.
In Time (鐘點戰)

With “In Time,” writer-director Andrew Niccol takes a clever, compelling idea — that time is currency and you can buy your way to immortality or die broke — and beats it into the ground.
Real Steel (鋼鐵擂台)

Jackman's Charlie Kenton is an ex-boxer scraping by in the near future as a promoter of brawling robots, which have taken over the sport from human fighters.
Warriors of the Rainbow: Seediq Bale Part 2 (賽德克.巴萊[下]:彩虹橋)

“The Rainbow Bridge” (彩虹橋), the second half of director Wei Te-sheng (魏德聖)'s epic film “Seediq Bale” (賽德克.巴萊), is packed with more action but is also more convoluted and weaker in character development.
Warriors of the Rainbow: Seediq Bale Part 1 (賽德克.巴萊[上]:太陽旗)

In “Seediq Bale” (賽德克‧巴萊), director Wei Te-sheng (魏德聖) asks viewers to suspend their preconceptions and get inside the ethics of the Seediq people, as the entire narrative unfolds “through the prism of Seediq beliefs.”
Conan the Barbarian (王者之劍3D)

No one ever turns into a giant snake in the new “Conan the Barbarian.”
Cowboys & Aliens (星際飆客)

The genre mash-up of “Cowboys & Aliens” is more a mush-up, an action yarn aiming to be both science fiction and Old West adventure but doing neither all that well.
Rise of the Planet of the Apes (猩球崛起)

“Rise of the Planet of the Apes” is first-class entertainment, packed with clever, unsettling and even inspired ideas. A well-crafted prequel to the long-running “Apes” series, it offers a few winks to fans of that cycle of films.
The Killer Who Never Kills (殺手歐陽盆栽)

Another Taiwanese singer has made his movie debut: Jam Hsiao (蕭敬騰). The popular entertainer stars as a sympathetic contract killer who saves lives, but fails short of saving his first feature film “The Killer Who Never Kills” (殺手歐陽盆栽).
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