A Werewolf Boy – A 2012 Korean Movie

I don’t usually fancy random notifications that stream into my mobile phone. When VIU notified me that A Werewolf Boy is now available for streaming, my natural instinct kicked in, and just when I was about to ignore the notification, the words “Park Bo-young” caught my eyes. She is an award-winning actress in Korea –… Continue reading A Werewolf Boy – A 2012 Korean Movie

Chico And Rita – A Spanish Animation Film Of Love And Music

The 8th Spanish Film Festival in Singapore is ending soon.  See if you can catch Chico & Rita (2010) at The Arts House today.  Admission is free on a first come basis. Chico & Rita is a Spanish animated feature-length film.  The first that was nominated for the Oscar.  The artwork is beautiful.  Each frame… Continue reading Chico And Rita – A Spanish Animation Film Of Love And Music

Tapas And The 8th Spanish Film Festival Here In Singapore

Cynthia and I were invited for the opening of the 8th Spanish Film Festival at The Arts House Singapore.  Before the main movie Tapas (2005), a 18 minutes short animation called Tadeo Jones (2007) was played.  Now that I have watched the animation.  It does sound like a reference to the Western version of Indiana… Continue reading Tapas And The 8th Spanish Film Festival Here In Singapore

One Piece Film: Z

I have not heard of the manga One Piece until I watched a movie adaptation of the manga.  Naturally, I love anything that is Japanese.  When I first saw the gigantic promotional poster displayed at one of our beloved cinemas, I said to our buddy TK, “Let’s watch this!”  To that he replied, “On!” Apparently,… Continue reading One Piece Film: Z

A Royal Affair – A Danish Film Of A Mad King, A Lonely Queen, And A Visionary Physician

The title says it all.  Set in the 18th century, Danish King Christian VII was mentally unwell.  Caroline Mathilde from Great Britain was married to Christian at the age of 15 and became queen.  German physician Johann Friedrich Struensee had attended the king’s sickness.  In the mist of it, he had become the king’s trusted friend… Continue reading A Royal Affair – A Danish Film Of A Mad King, A Lonely Queen, And A Visionary Physician