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Shu Qi

Best known as a Supporting Actress based on credits in that role in 3 films, with $95,541,926 worldwide aggregate box office (rank #25,645)
Best-Known Acting Roles: (The Transporter), Chinese Herbalist (New York, I Love You), Nie Yinniang (Nie yin niang), Lu Chan's Mother (Tai Chi Zero), Kiki (Jing mo fung wan: Chen Zhen)
Most productive collaborators: Jason Statham, Hou Hsiao-hsien, Chen Chang, Zhou Yun, Chu Tien wen

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Box Office
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Box Office
As an ActorSupporting3$25,558,974$69,982,952$95,541,926
Lead Ensemble Member1$1,588,087$8,136,973$9,725,060

Limited and VOD Releases: High Water Mark

August 12th, 2016

Hell or High Water

This week’s list of limited releases is full of films that are earning good reviews, but not great reviews, and they will struggle to survive in limited release. Then there’s Hell or High Water. The film’s reviews are just shy of 100% positive and it is going to expand wide next week. It should have the most impressive opening out of all of the films on this week’s list. It might not even be close. More...

Home Market Releases for January 26th, 2016

January 26th, 2016


It is a really slow week on the home market this week. Not only are there very few releases, none of them are top-tier. The biggest release of the week is Goosebumps, but it is only good and not great. There are plenty of films worth picking up (The Assassin, Chi-raq, The Wrong Man, etc.) but none truly rise to Pick of the Week level. More...

Limited and VOD Releases: Make Room for Limited Releases

October 16th, 2015


It is a fantastic week for limited releases with a number of movies in various genres that are earning impressive reviews / loud buzz. There's documentaries (All Things Must Pass and A Ballerina's Tale); horror (Tales of Halloween); action (The Assassin); and even a potential Oscar winner (Room). More...

Featured Blu-ray / DVD Review: Journey to the West

May 25th, 2014

Stephen Chow wrote, directed, and starred in Kung Fu Hustle and Shaolin Soccer, which are two amazing movies. When I heard he was making another movie, I was super excited. When Journey to the West was released last year, the film made $200 million internationally, which helped lift expectations. (It made less than $20,000 here, but it was playing on Video on Demand as well as in theaters, so this isn't surprising.) Is the film as good as its predecessors? And is the Blu-ray worth picking up? More...

Box Office
Box Office
Box Office
10/16/2015 Nie yin niang Nie Yinniang  $632,542 $6,200,000 $6,832,542
3/7/2014 Xi you xiang mo pian Miss Duan  $18,058 $207,909,924 $207,927,982
10/19/2012 Tai Chi Zero Lu Chan's Mother  $212,094 $24,578,459 $24,790,553
4/22/2011 Jing mo fung wan: Chen Zhen Kiki  $50,433 $26,772,008 $26,822,441
10/16/2009 New York, I Love You Chinese Herbalist  $1,588,087 $8,136,973 $9,725,060
4/28/2006 Zui Hao De Shi Guang   $151,922 $0 $151,922
9/12/2003 So Close   $75,705 $0 $75,705
10/11/2002 The Transporter   $25,296,447 $18,632,485 $43,928,932
Movies: 8Totals:$28,025,288$292,229,849$320,255,137