Review By: Ifakoya English Opens at the Angelika Theater, March 11th There is little magic that compares with that of nostalgia, and few things as precious as memories. ONLY YESTERDAY delivered to the world in 1991 by the legendary Studio Ghibli (Spirited Away, Howl’s Moving Castle) is a charming masterpiece. Directed by Isao Takahata (The Tale of Princess … [Read more...] about Film Review: “Only Yesterday” – Old made new!…In English to boot!
Directed by: Yuji Shimomura Produced by: Yoshinori Chiba Written by: Seiji Chiba, Shinichi Fujita Music by: Rui Ogawa, Dir en grey Distributed by : Tokyo Shock Released: May 12, 2005 Running time: 90 min Language: Japanese Review By: Ifakoya English Oh man I remember this film fondly. Not only for its utter lack of ability to follow the basic story line of the manga, … [Read more...] about DVD Review: Death Trance – Looking Back
Title: The Nephilim Brood Author: Michael K. Paraiso Book Review by: Ifakoya English I have to admit that I am on a perpetual search for readable sci-fi. Sci-fi novels are difficult to write, and sometimes even more difficult to read. If done wrong they can be possibly the most boring, least interesting things ever created in the history of humankind. Throwing away the … [Read more...] about Book Review: Sci-fi novel “The Nephilim Brood” by Michael K. Paraiso
Review by: Mut Asheru Love is real and Jin Mo-young's documentary “My Love, Don't Cross that River” proves it. The film captures the last moments of elderly couple's Jo Byeong-man and Kang Kye-yeol's last moments of their 76 year marriage. Yes, you read me right. 76 years! And they were just as lovey-dovey cute as they must have been in their vivacious youths. Even though … [Read more...] about Documentary review: “My Love, Don’t Cross that River”… is what long-lasting love looks like
Film review by: Gordon K. Smith A powerful documentary for the 24/7 video age, Asif Kapadia's AMY follows the short, sweet, and sad life of British soul singer/songwriter Amy Winehouse from the age of 14 until her tragic, yet unsurprising, death in 2011, officially from alcohol poisoning. The fact that most of this period is well covered by video from mobile phones, … [Read more...] about Film review: “Amy” a powerful documentary for the 24/7 video age