Tagged: tetsuya nakashima
There are a lot of movie all over the world, some left in distribution limbo, some others left unsubtitled, so this is my attempt at making some sort of comprehensive list of what I thought was great… with some surprises, like last year.
The YAM Magazine Team and a couple of guests voted for their favorite films of this decade… so far.
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.
We took a little longer to get together and talk about the movies we wanted to watch this 2014… but here they are in all their glory. Over 60 films were in contention, but only 15 got the most votes.
Lo and behold. ‘Tis a thing of beauty. The first trailer to Tetsuya Nakashima’s adaptation of Akio Fukamachi’s novel.
Instead of reviewing my favorite films of the past decade (2000-09) for The LAMB’s Foreign Chops: Best of the 2000s, I wanted to list them all.
Mettel Ray is having a Movie Alphabet blogathon! So I thought it’d be fun to participate with my own mix… which proved to be varied. I wonder… will you find any surprise?
A woman’s violent misadventures cast with a colorful and quite shimmering clout that was Matsuko’s life of giving without ever taking.
There were thousands of movies, but we decided to take it easy. No rules applied. Just good old fashion voting for your favorite villain regardless of original medium.
Danny Boyle’s highly-awaited Opening Ceremony at the London 2012 has come and gone, and I sat there thinking what other directors’ Olympic ceremonies would look like.