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Category Archives: Entertainment
If you hadn’t heard, Simu Liu was guest host on ‘Saturday Night Live’ this past Saturday. Liu overall did a great job and was in a number of skits. The funniest skit I thought was the ‘Simu & Bowen’ skit … Continue reading
I heard about Love Hard a few months ago, and I thought that it was interesting that Yang was going to be in a romantic comedy, surprisingly starring against a white female lead. Yang is best known for his work … Continue reading
I enjoyed watched Eternals last week and and finally got around to writing this review. Eternals is currently the lowest rated Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) rated film (by critics) on Rotten Tomatoes (at 47% of this writing) which I think … Continue reading
How can you say no to a story set in a donut shop? You can’t. You shouldn’t. Julie Tieu’s debut novel The Donut Shop is a delightful story about finding your way, about family and love and all that good … Continue reading
“Please, no plays about the pandemic.” I remember as early on as April of 2020 theatre-twitter was begging playwrights and creators to take heed – we did not and do not want to see art about the pandemic; especially while … Continue reading
Like a Rolling Stone: The Life and Times of Ben Fong-Torres Ben Fong-Torres, Annie Liebovitz, and Cameron Crowe. Written, directed, and produced by Suzanne Joe Kai. “Ben was in the middle of this revolution from the get-go and it all … Continue reading
When I saw this category on Jeopardy last Friday, September 24, 2021, I was excited that Asian Americans would be the focus of a category on a popular nationally televised US TV show. Given the perpertual foreigner stereotype and the … Continue reading
While checking out the #GoldOpen for Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Five Rings, another feature on the #GoldOpen list caught my eye. My niece’s husband works for Pixar and when I asked him about what he was working on, … Continue reading
As I mentioned in a previous post about this movie, it was an open question how the it would fare during the Delta Variant surge. Looks like the question has been answered – it would fare very well! According to … Continue reading
I’ve been a fan of Marvel comics as a kid, collecting comics including Spider-Man, The Avengers, the Fantastic Four, etc. and a fan of the film adaptations from the first Tobey Maguire Spider-Man to the first official Marvel Cinematic Universe … Continue reading
Variety reports that Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings is slated to open this week on September 3 with a Gold Open. For those of you who don’t know, this means that the Gold House organization and CAPE … Continue reading