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"Gosh, where could we possibly find a Japanese actress who kicks ass?"
A Weekend With The Family plays like an African-American version of Meet The Parents with just as many, if not more, laughs. In the film, Whang plays Sue Clancy, a traditional Korean-born woman married to a black man named John (Dorien Wilson).
We first encounter Kumiko as she walks along the water's edge wearing her oversized red hoodie and carrying a piece of white cloth. Her footprints follow the line of the serf.
I'm all for films, as Jafar Panahi says in his latest Taxi, showing here in Berlinale: "All films are worth watching; it just depends on your taste." But perhaps I wish, deep down inside, as a human being, that our collective taste was just more about peace and love. Without so much blood, so many guns.
47 Ronin, the historical fantasy mash-up, may not be the high-water-mark in fantastic film for 2013. But it certainly makes for some corking entertainment.
Pacific Rim is Tombstone pizza when you asked for Lombardi's, McDonald's when you wanted Shake Shack: A passable example of something that was never going to be the pinnacle of sophistication to begin with, but could have been so much better.
You can't dream this stuff up... The finer points of torturing your actors... Next film will not be about unicorns weaving rainbows...
In the hands of Guillermo del Toro, a cinema savant with an unbridled imagination and a unique talent for creature and set design, Pacific Rim is a modern triumph and probably the most fun you'll have at the movies this summer.
Jacob discusses the highly anticipated film "Grown Ups 2" with AOL's Moviefone.
Jacob discusses the highly anticipated film "Pacific Rim" with AOL's Moviefone.