1

Moon (2009)

The film is an engaging personal dialogue on isolation between Sam Bell (Sam Rockwell) and what drove him to take a lonely job on the moon. As the sole caretaker of a mostly automated mining facility which ships the much needed Helium 3 back to Earth, Sam can’t wait to get back home to his wife Tess and their three-year-old daughter, Eve.

5

Blue Meteor – Yu Aoi

Whenever I read of someone discovering Yu Aoi in films, they often mention how they can never get enough of her afterward. I’ve learned to call this phenomenon the “hit-you-in-the-face-like-a-meteor” factor. It happened to me, and it keeps happening to others.

0

Public Enemies

Public Enemies is a movie about the image in front of the man that was John Dillenger. It is fact-based but far from the truth because so much of it is dramatized and fictionalized for our collective entertainment. It zeros in on the mythical qualities of a depression era bank robbing outlaw during the later stages of his storied and sensationalized career.

0

Seo Taiji – Atomos

Seo Taiji finally released Atomos, his anticipated comeback. That alone is too much expectation, so it’s no wonder I feel totally let down by the album.

2

Bibi Zhou – Time

Bibi’s back with Time, a full 10-track album that includes hit singles Sing Half a Song and Your Love — which was dedicated to her fans. At first listen, there isn’t anything remarkable about Time as an album, but it has its merits.

0

Weeds – Season 5

The fifth season starts right after Nancy announces she’s pregnant with Mexican drug lord Esteban’s baby.

A Decade of The WB’s Popular 9

A Decade of The WB’s Popular

Created by Ryan Murphy, Popular premiered on The WB back in September 1999, starring Leslie Bibb and Carly Pope as two nemeses with PMS at Kennedy High. Filled with snarky humor, Popular wasn’t just another teenage drama – it mocked the genre and itself.

TVXQ! – Nagoya, Japan 2009 – The Secret Code 3

TVXQ! – Nagoya, Japan 2009 – The Secret Code

From sitting in small Swedish fan-meetings, enjoying concerts on DVD, being envious of those who were able to see DBSK live, finally we had arrived and were going to experience everything we could dream of back home.

1

YAM – Issue 005

It’s here, it’s here! And on time!
=D

What do we have on this 5th issue?? Yu Aoi cover story, courtesy of Rojo~
Plus, there’s more! A DBSK concert review – live from Japan! Harry Potter 6, Transformers 2, Moon and Public Enemies~ As well as Bibi Zhou, SNSD, Clazziquai and Seo Taiji! And 10 years after The WB’s Popular~~~

2

Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince

Half-Blood Prince chronicles the sixth year in Harry Potter’s life at Hogwarts. Both wizard and muggle worlds are being affected by the “official” return of Voldermort and his Death Eaters.