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Lucky Dog (耳朵大有福)

The Chinese title translates to “those with big ears have luck,” and its questionable whether the title character possesses either. Old Wang (Fan Wei), the just retired railroad worker, finds that he has a lot of time but not so much money. 569 more words

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Sleepless Fashion (与时尚同居)

“In front of beauty, we are all equal,” declares Patrick, a fashion magazine editor. Having been ousted from his perch at Celebrity, China’s top fashion monthly, he decides to start a rival publication, Modern, and go toe-to-toe with his former colleagues peddling glamour to the aspirational masses. 698 more words

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Honey and Clover

While a lot of manga titles are set in high school, Honey and Clover takes a look at college/university life and the growth its characters experience there. 896 more words


At First Glance: "Men, Women & Children"

Some film trailers don’t take much to hook you. So much for the content held within. Name recognition is enough to sell you on something. If a films trailer can take all these things and present them well, you’ll no doubt have a winner. 701 more words


Pirate Radio

Name: Pirate Radio

Director: Richard Curtis

Year: 2009

Rating: 5 Stars

I was on a Delta flight with free movies when I stumbled on Pirate Radio. 300 more words

5 Stars

On Bobcat Goldthwait's World's Greatest Dad (2009)

by Jacqueline Valencia

Maybe one day, far into the future, I might have picked up this film. I’ve always loved Bobcat Goldthwait, but I haven’t seen any… 1,529 more words


Movies in Review: "The Hundred-Foot Journey"

I’m sure this movie isn’t on most of your radars, but I was really looking forward to seeing this one. The trailer reminded me of the film “The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel”, which I absolutely adored (btw they are coming out with a sequel…Yay!) Then let’s add that this film was about food…Hot Damn! 169 more words