Analysis of The Use of Asian Sexuality in Films

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Analysis of The Use of Asian Sexuality in Films

Using Laura Hyun-yi Kang’s piece, “Cinematic Projections: Marking the Desirous Body,” to analyze the use of Asian sexuality in films.

Published in Cinemarolling by Luann Suhr, on June 1, 2012
Response to The Film “Come See The Paradise” (1990)

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Response to The Film “Come See The Paradise” (1990)

Q & A on the film "Come See The Paradise" (1990)

Published in Action by Luann Suhr, on June 1, 2012
Examine The Role of Gender and Ethnicity in My Beautiful Laundrette (1985)

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Examine The Role of Gender and Ethnicity in My Beautiful Laundrette (1985)

In 1985 the premiership on Margaret Thatcher, now into her second term of elected office, hung over the nation like a black cloud or a glorious reign depending on which side of the political spectrum you stood. Seemingly the effects of her economic and fiscal conservatism resonated throughout parliament, all constituencies and permeated into culture.

Published in Action by Dingleberry the Sheep, on January 30, 2012
100 Days with Mr Arrogant – The Korean Bizzare of Romantic Comedy

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100 Days with Mr Arrogant – The Korean Bizzare of Romantic Comedy

Korean films are mostly known for romantic comedy movies and 100 Days with Mr Arrogant is one of those funny and lovely Korean movies, that is high rated and appreciated by viewers of Korean movies all over the world.Though I tell you, that this movie being good, for those people who have watched Korean movies like My Sassy Girl or My Tutor Friend, may not find this movie 100 Days with Mr Arrogant so interesting and good.

Published in Cinemarolling by Mr Arrogant, on January 6, 2011
Korean Dramas – is It Worth Watching These 30 Hours Films?

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Korean Dramas – is It Worth Watching These 30 Hours Films?

Korean dramas have become popular all over the world and is being sold in DVDs and are also available online for viewing. These Korean dramas are usually 20 to 30 hours long and are divided into episodes. They are series and are popular mainly as romantic dramas.

Published in Drama by Mr Arrogant, on January 4, 2011
Harold and Kumar

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Harold and Kumar

Are the two heroes from the famous American comedy assimilated into American society or not?

Published in Cinemarolling by aderagon, on June 8, 2009
Dark Water

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Dark Water

A review of the Japanese film Dark Water. The film is about a woman, going through a divorce and adjusting to a new life with her young daughter. Unfortunately their adjusting to a life of normalcy in a new apartment is made difficult by a malevolent being in the apartment above theirs.

Published in Cinemarolling by Liz, on May 21, 2009
That Ain’t White

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That Ain’t White

Racism exists even in the days of Obama. A perfect example is when white play ethnic minorities on film.

Published in Cinemarolling by Robert Tidwell, on January 25, 2009
Shutter: A Review

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Shutter: A Review

The remake of the Asian film is not as good as it looks.

Published in Horror by Jeremy Mullin, on August 7, 2008