Tagged: korean film blogathon 2012
I know, I know. I’m already late to the party.
An in-depth review of the Korean film, 200 Pounds Beauty, and why it’s my favorite movie.
Our dear editors, Julyssa and Amy, sat down one evening to try and discuss their love for the Korean movie Sunny. They tried to bring up some elements they enjoyed, but in the end they just ended up rambling about it.
Her strong character and her work ethic are what make Doona Bae a stand out amongst the vast sea of actors worldwide. She is humble about her beginnings as an actress and continues to shine at what she does without ever giving herself airs of superiority.
Take Care of my Cat is a movie about friendship, where five girls share a bond full of passion, as they just graduated from high school.
In which I talk about the Korean Film Blogathon, wonder what happened to my love for Korean movies, rave a whole lot about Sunny (yet again) and give away a bit of the features I have planned for the blogaton.
Is it wrong to judge a movie’s sentimentalism when it’s actually a cultural thing, whether or not you show your over-dramatic feelings? Is everything supposed to be emotion free to be well regarded “internationally”? Maybe. Maybe we should stop seeing foreign films with our foreign eyes and begin watching their films like they watch them.
Spring Bears Love is a rather atypically typical movie — it has all the elements behind your run of the mill romantic dramedy, but it feels “indie” in its making.
I’m just getting into the final details of my packing. I’m heading off to Taiwan and Seoul (with a brief stop in LA, too!)!!! In the meantime~