Tagged: year: 2008

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Baby & Me

Where Geun-Suk Jang plays your typical 19-year-old delinquent playboy that one day, while grocery shopping, suddenly has a baby in his cart. The note says that the baby is his and suddenly his playboy days are over.

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Why I Love Korean Cinema

It’s a week of Korean extravaganza and who better than me to talk about it? *laughs* Well, jokes aside, there is something about Korean cinema that really intrigues me and here is my chance to talk about it!

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Beginner’s Guide to Jay Chou

So… you’re looking to get into Jay Chou after seeing The Green Hornet or what not? Maybe you’re planning to start your Mandarin lessons, and even plan into deeping your toes into some Chinese or overall Asian music? Well, what better way to get into Chinese/Asian music than starting with Jay Chou.

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Five Unlikely Romances for 2011’s Valentine’s Day

Ahhh… how we don’t really care about Valentine’s Day, especially when our selection of films at the cinema contains such vapid productions as the unoriginally titled Valentine’s Day last year. But there’s something for everyone… and here are five picks~

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IMMI – Switch

Japanese Electro-Pop is something that isn’t as mainstream as your typical J-Pop, but is rising steadily. If you want to get into it, IMMI is a good way to start. SWITCH is her debut indie album, which sums up her first two singles Klaxon and Cosmic Pink while adding so much more.

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Eve (Short Film)

Eve tells the story of an encounter between a grandmother and her granddaughter Kate, who’s coming to visit the day Grandma’s got a date with Joe.

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Seo Taiji Symphony – 3-DVD Disc

In this 3-disc DVD set, Korean musician Seo Taiji gets together with English conductor Tolga Kashif for a crossover musical extravaganza that combines Taiji’s multi-genre repertoire with Kashif’s symphonic expertise to create an explosive performance that stands right next to Metallica’s S&M symphonic rock album.

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YAM – Issue 011

We’ve got our very first exclusive! I got a chance to chat with Grammy/Golden Globe/Academy Award winner/nominee Diane Warren. We are also covering a bit on the Lima Film Festival, which just wrapped up their 14th edition. Plus reviews for some of the very best of the blockbuster season in America… and a surprise review for Aftershocks.