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  • Oh My Girl Mini Album Vol. 7 - NONSTOP (Random Version)
    Nonstop jamming
    May 28, 2020 Picked By Violet See all this editor's picks
    As much as we may hate survival TV shows, we can't deny that these programs have successfully helped a lot of groups gain a bigger fanbase and wider audience. Thanks to Queendom, another underrated girl group has finally come into the public's view – it's Oh My Girl's time to shine! The girls always present great music matched with eye-catching concepts. This time, in their first comeback after Queendom, they turn into board game characters for their seventh mini-album Nonstop! The English title of lead single "Nonstop" (Track 1) might have you a bit confused about the theme, but it's actually about being "a little fluttered" by a friend and wondering if they will be friend-zoned.... [read more]
  • H&D Mini Album Vol. 1 - SOULMATE (SOUL Version)
    Hearty & Dope!
    May 28, 2020 Picked By Violet See all this editor's picks
    Han Gyul and Do Hyon, both from MBK Entertainment, have always been well loved for their polar opposite personalities, styles, interests, habits and more. Since the disbandment of X1, they've been promoting as the unit H&D for their fan meetings and singles, and even released their first mini-album Soulmate. The duo's album proves that H&D could stand not only for Han Gyul & Do Hyon, but also for the hearty and dope music style and stage presence that connect their contrasting characters! Who says people with different personalities can't be soulmates? Han Gyul and Do Hyon prove them wrong by together pulling off various styles of music, especially title tracks SOUL (Track 2) and Good Night... [read more]
  • My Punch-Drunk Boxer (DVD) (Korea Version)
    Boxing meets pansori
    May 26, 2020 Picked By Sanwei See all this editor's picks
    A disgraced, terminally ill boxer meets a girl and strives to return to the ring for a final bout. That may sound like a familiar inspirational sports melodrama formula, but writer-director Jung Hyuk Gi's My Punch-Drunk Boxer adds an offbeat tone and an unexpected musical element into the midst – pansori. Pansori is a traditional form of musical storytelling that is performed by a singer and a drummer. Im Kwon Taek famously depicted this Korean folk art form in his films Sopyonje and Beyond the Years. Bringing together two unlikely worlds, My Punch-Drunk Boxer introduces the curious concept of "pansori boxing." Protagonist Byeong Goo (Um Tae Goo) used to train by shadowboxing to the rhythm... [read more]
  • The Untamed Original Soundtrack (OST) (China Version)
    The Music of The Untamed
    April 30, 2020 Picked By Sanwei See all this editor's picks
    Good things come to those who wait. And by good things, I mean The Untamed soundtrack which I finally got my hands on last month. Though well over half a year has passed since The Untamed's broadcast in that summer of 2019, one simply does not forget about this drama. I could make a very long list of all the things great about this Chinese period fantasy series, and high up among those reasons would be the music. The Untamed's beautiful score was created by composer and pianist Lin Hai who fuses classical Chinese instruments and traditional styles into an RPG-worthy collection of epic battle songs and delicate, evocative numbers. Notably, music itself plays a role in the story of The... [read more]
  • Cravity - Season 1 HIDEOUT: Remember Who We Are (Random Version)
    Getting closer to Cravity
    April 28, 2020 Picked By Violet See all this editor's picks
    With Cravity having two X1 members and two Produce X 101 finalists, you can already tell that Starship's new boy group is going to be a thing. Their debut record Hideout: Remember Who We Are shows why we should pay attention to these strong and hot rookies. "I'm on the top of the chain! Get out of my, out of my way!" Starting off with the very powerful, aggressive and forceful anthem Top of the Chain (Track 1), the opening of Hideout: Remember Who We Are leaves a strong impression with assertive lyrics that voice the group's aspiration. After the intro comes the urban hip-hop title track Break all the Rules (Track 2). Gionata Caracciolo, who took part in Super Junior's Animals and Red... [read more]
  • You Are The One (2020) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)

    You Are The One (2020) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)

    Patrick Kong (Director, Producer, Writer) | Gladys Li (Actor) | Carlos Chan (Actor) | Sun Hui Xue (Actor)
    This is the one Patrick Kong film I like.
    April 17, 2020 Picked By Sanwei See all this editor's picks
    I never thought the day would come when I would recommend a Patrick Kong film. But hey, the end of the world doesn't feel so far off this year. Released during Chinese New Year, You Are the One was actually the last film I watched in cinema before entering social-distancing mode, so it now holds a special place in my heart. Writer-director Patrick Kong has made a name for himself over the past decade by cornering the Hong Kong market for local urban romances. Many of his films are quite forgettable though, unless they happen to star Stephy Tang and Alex Fong (and that well has dried up). Given Patrick Kong's past work and the film's cringe-worthy Chinese title, I went into You Are the One... [read more]

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10 Movies to Watch with Mom
Written By Sanwei
While there are many films that are about mothers or dedicated to mothers, those aren't necessarily the ones you actually want to watch with your mother. This Mother's Day, stay in with mom and catch a movie that's fun, funny and moving (but not tragic). Below are ten films that can be enjoyed as an at-home movie date with mother dearest! Bento Harassment A spunky mom (Shinohara Ryoko) "harasses" her moody teenage daughter (Yoshine Kyoko) with awesome lunchboxes filled with messages in this Japanese comedy about the steadfast love and growing pains of being a parent and an adolescent. Now's a good time to thank your mom for all the time and effort she's put into feeding and nagging... [read more]

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