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It’s been nearly 11 years since I wrote the small piece on The Year of Asian, celebrating Yojiro Takita’s Okuribito snatching the Academy Award for Best Foreign Film and Slumdog Millionaire sweeping award season...
Like any year, the YAM Magazine team got together (on our very secret Facebook group) and did our usual round of voting, movies went up and down and we managed to make a clean Top30 list.
A podcaster on the hunt for his next story meets a crazy mother-effer with a walrus fetish.
Juan jokes. Don’t you love ’em. I do. So that’s why my first full year of cataloging almost everything I saw and read this year gets a Juan joke instead of one. ONE WHOLE...
Tusks were out, discussions on distribution dates were put on the table, and some hard lobbying was done to put our favorites forward to battle it out. As a result, though local movie distribution is still king, we have some very awesome titles sprinkled here and there for everyone’s taste.
A young boy, obsessed with robots, meets an unlikely friend while battling villains – and his own personal demons.
Melissa McCarthy is easily the best part of Identity Thief, but the screenplay from Craig Mazin works heavily against the film.
Kim Jee-woon’s American debut isn’t nearly as entertaining and over the top as his Korean films, but it still makes for a fun comeback for Arnold.
Korean director Ji-Woon Kim makes his USA directorial debut with The Last Stand, and Lionsgate releases the first trailer for the action-packed film starred by Arnold Schwarzenegger.
Casa de mi Padre is the story of Armando Alvarez, a small-eyed with a somewhat impediment ranchero, whose relationship with his father reaches a low point when Armando’s little brother Raul arrives with his future wife, Sonia, with the plan of taking over Onza’s drug control zone.