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Din Tao: Leader of the parade (陣頭)

"Din Tao: Leader of the Parade” (陣頭) is about renewing the spiritual credibility of “Din Tao” by filling traditional symbols with new inspirations, and about reconciling rifts between generations, between rival troupes, and between cosmopolitan and homegrown cultures.
2012/1/20
The Rum Diary (醉後型男日記)

If Batman and the X-Men get prequels, why not Hunter S. Thompson?
2011/12/30
Return Ticket (到阜陽六百里)

Directed by Taiwanese filmmaker Teng Yung-shin (鄧勇星), “Return Ticket” (到阜陽六百里) is the kind of film about Shanghai that rarely plays in a theater near you.
2011/12/23
The Skin I Live In (切膚慾謀)

Luscious visuals have long defined Pedro Almodovar's films, and that is true as well of his latest, “The Skin I Live In.” It's beautifully shot, crisp and vibrant, and features impeccable production design as you would expect from the detail-oriented Spanish master.
2011/12/9
The Ides of March (選戰風雲)

When powerful men amass their armies and go to battle in a tight political race, even the most idealistic and fervent political junkies may find their faith tested, if not obliterated.
2011/12/2
The Whistleblower (追密者:失控正義)

The post-war Bosnia drama “The Whistleblower” earns high marks for its humanitarian intentions and for Rachel Weisz's steely performance as an American cop-turned-peacekeeper who exposes a sex-trafficking ring.
2011/12/2
The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn — Part 1 (暮光之城:破曉Ⅰ)

“Laughable” probably isn't the word the makers of “The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn — Part 1” were aiming for, but there it is; laughter, in all the wrong places.
2011/11/25
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The Help (姊妹)

A class act such as “The Help” is rare enough in Hollywood. Coming at the tail end of summer blockbuster season, it's almost unheard of.
2011/11/18
Moneyball (魔球)

“Moneyball” is a thinking person's baseball movie, and a baseball fan's thinking movie.
2011/11/11
Starry Starry Night (星空)

A film about our contemporary lifestyles, “Starry Starry Night” (星空) tells the story of a 13-year-old girl Mei (小美) who faces domestic problems. She has parents who care more about themselves, often argue with each other and fail to reach out to their daughter.
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