11|2|2018

SAN DIEGO FILM FESTIVAL 2018: Food, Martial Arts and Whaaat? Part 1

By Dr. Craig D. Reid

It’s that time of year again in San Diego, Fall, and if you’re a major fan of Asian films like me, then you’ll be chomping at the bit, preparing for a few rounds of MMMA …



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08|31|2018

BIG BROTHER DONNIE YEN (大師兄): School is in Session, Bullies and Abusers Be Aware

By Dr. Craig D. Reid

Donnie Yen’s latest film, Big Brother, is a Hong Kong drama that deals with social and racial issues in an inner city school. Sound familiar? It’s a film influenced by To Sir, with Love



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08|16|2018

THE ODYSSEY OF CHRIS YONG: Lion and Tiger and Beast…Oh My!

By Dr. Craig D. Reid

If you happened to be trying to connect with the dance scene in the early 2010s at the renowned Trocadero Underground near London’s Piccadilly Circus, you might have bumped into the young dance major graduate …


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07|26|2018

MISSION IMPOSSIBLE: FALLOUT – The American Jackie Chan has Arrived!

By Dr. Craig D. Reid

Since last year, the media and the internet has been abuzz, not necessarily about Mission Impossible: Fallout, though after watching the film, the movie is as buzz worthy as a giant bee hive, it …



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07|26|2018

Detective Dee: The Four Heavenly Kings: One of Tsui Hark’s Best iDee-as

By Dr. Craig D. Reid

It seems as the years go by for director Tsui Hark, his film’s are subliminally and slowly creeping backwards to incorporate what made his early fant-Asia films of the 1980s and ’90s the best made …



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