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The YAM Magazine Team and a couple of guests voted for their favorite films of this decade… so far.
Come on, J.J. Abrams – Third time’s a charm~
Since I haven’t done personal lists like many YAM regulars, I’ll just go and do a general list of 100 things I love.
Big name stars give stunning performances in seven short films.
Warrior stands out strongly because it succeeds at respecting the mixed martial arts sport and telling a good story at the same time.
This time around we’ve got talks about fansubs [fan-made-subtitles], and reviews for Shutter Island, City of Life and Death, Legion, the documentary on The White Stripes, the Japanese drama Perfect Girl Evolution, comments on the latest season of Desperate Housewives, House M.D, and United States of Tara… as well as reviews for many other albums including Bi Rain, Tete and Aleks Syntek. Plus MORE~
The sixth season of House M.D. started out with a bang with a two-hour special of House in the psychiatry ward with a bunch of crazy people, but as House becomes nicer, one wonders if the show should make plans to end this season or next to counter the risk of going stale.
On this YAM, we’ve got reviews on Inglourious Basterds, Mother, Treeless Mountain, Luck, Honookaa Boy. We also comment on a lot of albums, including G-Dragon, Arashi, Big Bang, Imogen Heap, BackStreet Boys, Olafur Arnalds… and Chang Shilei. Alongside playlist suggestions by more c_music!!!
Star Trek (2009) is a great action movie worth seeing for it’s humor and smartass dialogue. In fact, the best parts of this Star Trek movie were all the parts that weren’t Star Trek, in so far as it was actually a movie and not another boring T.V. episode.
On this issue?
The Brothers Bloom, Tsumiki no Ie (La Maison en Petits Cubes), Tea Date, Up, and a bunch of blockbuster films – on the music front? The Sounds, Shiina Ringo, SNDS, 2PM, Green Day and Shinee. Plus, Yu Aoi, Life on Mars and House M.D.