Tagged: tony leung chiu-wai (little tony)
This year I bested myself. From the 384 movies that I saw, I’ll make my customary list of favorite films discoveries from year 2014 downward.
Over the weekend we had the chance to discover György Pálfi’s Final Cut: Ladies and Gentleman (Final Cut: Hölgyeim és Uraim), which is possibly the most ambitious supercut since the invention of the internet to date.
Happy new year, everyone! Here’s to a 2018 with more writing and more movies. Looking back at my movie-watching last year, I don’t think I watched too many films from the West, so this list seems incredibly unbalanced.
My favorite 30 new-to-me watches of 2015.
A list of 100 songs, 100 different artists, 100 different albums of music that’s labeled ‘Chinese.’
Is it possible to write a nonsensical story with a purpose? Jeffrey Lau’s early millennium period comedy -sometimes wuxia sometimes musical- of ‘imprisoned’ Imperial siblings that meet their destined lovers in the outcasts of a tiny village during the Ming dynasty seems to prove it.
Our hopes for the upcoming year in movies.
fter working on my 100 Favorite Actresses, I had been working on my Actors list~~~
Remakes of well-loved movies are rarely greeted with wild enthusiasm. There is something to be said for an updated take on a classic though.
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.