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Author Archives: Dino-Ray
When I first heard that Mindy Kaling’s pilot, The Mindy Project, was picked up by Fox, I was cautiously optimistic — not because I don’t like Mindy. I mean, who DOESN’T like Mindy? She’s so girly without being SO GIRLY. … Continue reading
It’s official! Sharlto Copley has been casted as the villain in Spike Lee’s Oldboy remake! That’s exciting, right? If you don’t recognize Mr. Copley, it’s probably because he isn’t transforming into a grotesque alien or acting like the lovably insane … Continue reading
Our friend, Harry Shum Jr. has a new project — and he isn’t dancing nor is he shirtless. (Blasphemous, I know.) There’s guns, blood, threats, an explosion, guys at a table playing poker and it’s kind of violent which means … Continue reading
Attention San Francisco Bay Area! There will be a FREE advanced screening of Detention on Thursday, April 13! As an added bonus, director Joseph Kahn will be there immediately after the screening for a Q&A moderated by yours truly! (That … Continue reading
I liked the 1990 movie adaptation of Total Recall (which, by the way, is based on the story We Can Remember It for You Wholesale by Philip K. Dick). I wasn’t a HUGE fan, but I liked it because it … Continue reading
The movie Eden made its world premiere at this year’s South by Southwest and it immediately made waves among the SXSW crowd. The movie snagged the Audience Award for Narrative Feature and director Megan Griffiths received the SXSW Chicken & … Continue reading
In Sunset Stories, Sung Kang plays JP, a man who is unexpectedly reunited with his ex-girlfriend (Monique Curnen) who is now a nurse that just lost a cooler full of bone marrow that she was supposed deliver for a transplant. … Continue reading
Among all the Asian-centric films I saw at SXSW this year, Single Asian Female was probably the most disturbing…and in a weird, creepy way, it was one of the most heartfelt. Directed by San Francisco-based filmmaker Debbie Lum, the documentary … Continue reading
I had the opportunity to watch 21 Jump Street at its SXSW premiere. Stars Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum, directors Phil Lord and Chris Miller as well as other members of the cast and crew were on hand for a … Continue reading
I’ve been at SXSW since March 8 and after enduring the rain, sitting through almost two dozen films, and randomly running into Ernie amidst the sea of hipsters, tech geeks, and movie buffs, I am still alive and going strong! … Continue reading
Last week, Rihanna tweeted this and, within a nanosecond (maybe less), the glorious world of the Interwebs got orgasmic with accusations. They thought the Instagram pic of a rice cake bag with sunglasses and big hoop earrings was a jab … Continue reading
Spike Lee’s Oldboy remake only had 45 percent of my support — and that was because they cast Josh Brolin in the lead role. My support for this film increased to about 70 percent when I learned that Elizabeth Olsen … Continue reading