After 20 Years, we’re Rounding Up The Most Essential Films in the Year 2000

As we all know, more than half of the world’s population is now on quarantine. The country with the most coronavirus cases in the USA, and since it is the world’s largest economy, all its entertainment, fiscal, and political relations are affected. News about spring and summer film releases pushing back to either autumn and winter, or even canceled for the rest of the year … Continue reading After 20 Years, we’re Rounding Up The Most Essential Films in the Year 2000

‘SUPERPSYCHOCEBU’ Film Review: A Philosopher’s Take on Getting High

SUPERPSYCHOCEBU, the Philippines’ first and only stoner film is more than just a cannabis-riddled artform. It is a Philosophical film. Its writers proliferate societal and psychological affairs that go beyond being “stoned.” Being “high” or “stoned,” means going past our conscious brain (beta) to think or create new streams of consciousness–our subconscious, and opening up the alpha or the theta part of the brain. For … Continue reading ‘SUPERPSYCHOCEBU’ Film Review: A Philosopher’s Take on Getting High

‘Itaewon Class’ Review: A Korean Drama Disguised as an Arthouse Film

Saeroyi (played by Park Seo-jun), the idealistic protagonist in this Korean drama, painted me a picture of Utopia. The ideal world and the moral values which were instilled in him by his picture-perfect father drives his purpose in life. His idealism achieved success in a political business world. Saeroyi, the Idealistic Lead At a young age, Saeroyi was faced with a circumstance that challenged his … Continue reading ‘Itaewon Class’ Review: A Korean Drama Disguised as an Arthouse Film