After a few months of planning, the first issue of ASIAN CINEMA TAKEOUT is ready to go!
ASIAN CINEMA TAKEOUT cover the darker side of Asian Cinema and this issue has plenty of short film reviews for you to pursue… 164 more words
One of the greatest songs in Christian contemporary music comes from the Christian rock band, MercyMe. In 1999, the band’s lead vocalist, Bart Millard, wrote a song called “I Can Only Imagine”, a song that describes the experience of standing before God. 1,054 more words
DIRECTOR: Sean Penn
It’s a joy to re watch a film and have it providing you something new upon another viewing. Sean Penn’s… 473 more words
director Lynne Ramsay; writer Lynne Ramsay (from the book by Jonathan Ames); released 09/03/18
in brief: Joe (Joaquin Phoenix) is a traumatised military veteran who divides his time between caring for his aging mother and rescuing children from trafficking. 143 more words
Is that Paul Rudd?!
Perhaps the most publicly troublesome MCU film in it’s build-up, this film was met with some trepidation. The name and concept are already somewhat goofy even by Marvel standards, and then film-geek darling Edgar Wright left the project after years of planning. 959 more words
Madame Tang (Kara Hui) is the head of a shady syndicate colluding with the government and private interests to speculate on real estate. She is also the matron of a family of three women, which also includes her daughter Tang Ning (Wu Ke Xi), damaged from being instrumentalized in her mother’s dealings and attempting faint rebellion against her while drowning her sorrow in sex and drugs; and Tang Chen (Vicky Chen), still a teenager, observing quietly the corruption around her, pining for Marco (Wu Shu Wei), the lover of her friend Pian-Pian (Wen Chen Ling), while being groomed by Madame Tang as her new accessory of charm. 1,139 more words