The films which made me laugh, cry, or smile in this damnable, ‘let-it-end-already’ year. Continue reading My Favourite Films of 2016
Love – even when combined with dancing shoes and catchy tunes – can fall short when confronted with life and all that it entails. Continue reading REVIEW: “La La Land”- The Beauty of Lost Art, Lost Dreams, Lost Love
It is no bad thing to see a woman, a Mexican, a British-Pakistani, two Chinese men, and a droid kicking Imperial ass in 2016. Continue reading REVIEW: “Rogue One” – An Ambitious, Emotionally Gut-wrenching Star Wars Film
Never has a Wizarding film been so entertaining, poignant and delightful. Continue reading REVIEW: “Fantastic Beasts” is Delightful, Magical, and Vital Escapism
Marvel’s Doctor Strange is a visual feast, but it is tone-deaf in its representation of Asian culture. Continue reading What does Doctor Strange need? More Asian people.
Harley Quinn และ Joker: ความโรแมนติก ความรัก หรือ ความบ้า? Continue reading วิเคราะห์ Harley Quinn จาก Suicide Squad: เป็นแฟน Joker มันดีจริงๆหรือ?
The phenomenon that is “Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon” and the ideas of cultural purity it raises. Continue reading Part 3: “Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon” and Cultural Purity
Jackie Chan, Long Duk Dong, and Mr. Miyagi after Bruce Lee has stormed Hollywood. Continue reading Part 2: The Male Asian Identity in the Post-Bruce Lee Era
The complex identity of Bruce Lee in Asian and Hollywood cinema. Continue reading Part 1: Bruce Lee – Asian Masculinity & Anti-Colonial Hero
Why Captain America: Civil War is a tearjerker. Continue reading The Tragic Selfishness of Captain America