“Samurai Champloo” is a show everyone should watch it because of all sorts of tension-filled action, mixed with humorous comedy. Continue reading Samurai Champloo (Spring 2004) – Death, Betrayal, Hip Hop!
“Jackie Brown” is a movie full of so many colorful characters where these characters often talk and act in unique ways. Continue reading Jackie Brown (1997) – Who’s Playing Who?
“The Stories of Those Around Me” is not a romance for everyone and really hard to stay focused but this is just one of the best. Continue reading The Stories of Those Around Me (2012) – A Not-so-common Manhwa
“Boogie Nights” provides a very impressive, total viewing experience in exploring its theme. Continue reading Boogie Nights (1997) – Everyone Has One Special Thing
“Inglourious Basterds” is a fun movie, an entertainment style of Tarantino, and a masterpiece. Continue reading Inglourious Basterds (2009) – The Uproarious Eyes of Quentin Tarantino
“Reservoir Dogs” is a very special independence film and a satisfying debut from the Tarantino after “Pulp Fiction”. Continue reading Reservoir Dogs (1992) – Every Dog Has His Day
“Gotti” is stuck in a mafia wanna-be movie circle and a biopic that “ruins” the biography of John Gotti itself. Continue reading Gotti (2018) – So Bad It’s Bad
“Pulp Fiction” is just a good-game-well-played masterpiece. Continue reading Pulp Fiction (1994) – I Don’t Smile for Pictures
“Premium Rush” is a great action-thriller movie. Continue reading Premium Rush (2012) – Enter the Time Trial Mode
This Coen brothers’ “Burn After Reading” is one of the insane black comedy films ever. Continue reading Burn After Reading (2008) – The Next Level of Idiocy