Review: A Picture of You (Chan, 2013) – CAAMFest 2014

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We caught director J.P. Chan‘s first feature length film, A Picture of You, last Saturday afternoon at CAAMFest’s opening weekend. The film is up against six other pictures in the festival’s Narrative Competition.… Continue reading

Review: American Zombie (Lee, 2007) – CAAMFest 2014

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As I’ve tweeted, CAAMFest (Center for Asian American Media [Film] Festival) 2014 is currently underway! I volunteered this past weekend and, as a result, was able to watch the re-screening of Grace Lee‘s… Continue reading

Review: Rabbit Hole (Mitchell, 2010)

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You know when you throw a party how the people you know from different walks of your life all come together, and it’s strange to see them interacting? Well, that’s what watching Rabbit… Continue reading

Review: Nebraska (Payne, 2013)

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So we continue to watch Oscar movies, though the season has passed. Alexander Payne traverses familiar territory with this tale of family (as in┬áThe Descendants), the elderly (About Schmidt), and the quietly pathetic… Continue reading

Poll 3/7/14: Next Movie?

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Now that the Oscars are over, I have the freedom to watch whatever I want! Vote on what you think I should see next! Update: The poll is now closed. We ended up… Continue reading

Review: 20 Feet from Stardom (Neville, 2013)

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I don’t know how it came to be that I ended up on the other side of Sundance, the Academy, and 99% of critics on Rotten Tomatoes, but that’s how the chips fell,… Continue reading

Review: 12 Years a Slave (McQueen, 2013)

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I have already mentioned my pleasure at the wins that 12 Years a Slave received at the Oscars. I have long wanted to like this movie, even before I saw it, which just… Continue reading

Reactions: 2014 Oscars

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The morning following the Oscars (or any awards show, for that matter) I always remember what a letdown the whole production is. In the end, it’s just a long drawn-out process to tell… Continue reading

Predictions: 2014 Oscars

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This will be pretty worthless since I didn’t get a chance to finish watching all the films (crossed out items are ones I haven’t seen yet). I’m torn between what I think the… Continue reading

Review: Mad Men, Season 6 (Weiner, 2013)

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I don’t think I have ever liked a TV show as much as I like Mad Men, and the penultimate season 6 might have been its best season yet. Having just finished it… Continue reading