Jonathan Landreth The Hollywood Reporter 09/03/2010
ALEXANDRA A. SENO The Wall Street Journal 09/03/2010
With her latest film, "All About Love," director Ann Hui On-wah writes another heartfelt letter to her home, Hong Kong. Like her other works, this story, a romantic comedy about a pair of bisexual women who are pregnant, highlights aspects of the island's current social issues and is set in Hong Kong's upwardly mobile Mid-Levels neighborhood.
The Times of India 08/26/2010
Channel News Asia 08/25/2010
Steve Helling People.com 08/24/2010
Karen Chu The Hollywood Reporter 08/24/2010
Jada Yuan New York Magazine 08/24/2010
If one must be stuck in a dark alley outside a Toronto nightclub while Chinese mobsters and government assassins hover in the shadows, it might as well be with Maggie Q. She is, after all, an action star, though to look at her is to question her ass-kicking ability. She is unfathomably thin; her toned arms are marginally bigger around than a Canadian two-dollar coin. She also has the unintimidating habit of cracking herself up, loudly and with knee slaps.
David Gardner Daily Mail 08/23/2010
George Arbuthnott and Peter Allen Daily Mail 08/22/2010
Los Angeles Times 08/22/2010
New York Post 08/21/2010
CNN is asking Larry King to postpone his final show -- slated for fall -- and stick around until the end of the year, The Post has learned. British journalist and "America's Got Talent" judge Piers Morgan, who is widely thought to be King's replacement, is apparently having trouble obtaining a work visa, according to several sources.
Jason Kincaid TechCrunch 08/21/2010
Acclaimed as the master of suspense, film director Alfred Hitchcock has made countless psychological thrillers including Vertigo, Notorious, North by Northwest, Psycho and The Lady Vanishes. Widely regarded as one of the most influential filmmakers, Hitchcock counted among his protégés American post-war directors such as Brian De Palma, and among his fans French New Wave directors like François Truffaut and Claude Chabrol. Twenty classics that Hitchcock directed in Britain and the United States from 1927 to 1964 will be screened from September to November to salute the master.
Jessica Guynn Los Angeles Times 08/20/2010
Yang Lina Xinhua 08/20/2010
Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg’s leading role in the social networking revolution will soon hit movie screens. But Google co-founders Sergey Brin and Larry Page, whose idea for an Internet search engine turned them from idealistic Stanford graduate students into powerful billionaires, may not be far behind.
GREG WILSON NBC New York 08/19/2010
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