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My reviews for films I've watched in the month of May.

MEI AND THE KITTEN BUS (dir. Hayao Miyazaki) (2002) - Star! Star! Star! Star! Star! out of Star! Star! Star! Star! Star!
Very whimsical and cute short, it was also great seeing Totoro in it as well. I love that kitten bus. It's adorable, yet seems impossible for Mei to fit in. XD

THE SECRET WORLD OF ARRIETTY (dir. Hiromasa Yonebayashi) (2010) - Star! Star! Star! Star! Star! out of Star! Star! Star! Star! Star! (re-watch)
A nice underrated Studio Ghibli film, I love the world of Arrietty and her people. It's pretty interesting to see what tiny people are like and how one befriends a human being.

PRINCESS MONONOKE (dir. Hayao Miyazaki) (1997) - Star! Star! Star! Star! Star! out of Star! Star! Star! Star! Star! (re-watch)
My most favorite of all Studio Ghibli's works, absolutely epic and instant must-see! :)

JE VOUS SALUE SARAJEVO (dir. Jean-Luc Godard) (1993) - Star! Star! Star! Star! Star! out of Star! Star! Star! Star! Star!
It's all about the media in our world we live in, just told shortly by Godard. But I just wonder why he would use still photographs from the Bosnian War. I think the answer is only because he is trying to tell us something important. Anyway, I'll have to say that both the narration & images are thought-provoking yet impressive. He should have used the dialogues in something else instead on the war, but this works.

THREE DAYS OF THE CONDOR (dir. Sydney Pollack) (1975) - Star! Star! Star! Star! out of Star! Star! Star! Star! Star!
A nifty thriller. Redford on the run!

THE BLACK HOLE (dir. Gary Nelson) (1979) - Star! Star! Star!  out of Star! Star! Star! Star! Star!
Disney's first PG-rated sci-fi adventure. Has an interesting plot, which can be okay at times but the last half-hour was really entertaning. That ending was so breathless & trippy like I've seen in any classic live-action Disney film. Though, it was well done and had both a perfect all-star cast & unique score by John Barry. I have to say this is still watchable anyhow. Also heard Edgar Wright loves this film, too.

ONLY LOVERS LEFT ALIVE (dir. Jim Jarmusch) (2013) - Star! Star! Star!  out of Star! Star! Star! Star! Star!
Jarmusch takes his first attempt at the vampire genre. I have some mixed thoughts about seeing this film. To be honest, its entertainment did okay for me but wasn't great as all of his other works. Maybe it deserves another watch or so to embrace this while I'm still a huge fan of both Jarmusch & vampires. Yet the film was brilliantly done well.

ZERO HOUR! (dir. Hal Bartlett) (1957) -  Star! Star! Star!  out of Star! Star! Star! Star! Star!
The original AIRPLANE! before it got remade as a parody.

28 DAYS LATER (dir. Danny Boyle) (2003) - Star! Star! Star! Star! out of Star! Star! Star! Star! Star! (re-watch)
Thought-provoking and thrilling British zombie film from Danny Boyle, I love watching it with my father.

THE CLAN OF THE CAVE BEAR (dir. Michael Chapman) (1986) - Star! Star! Star! Star! Star! out of Star! Star! Star! Star! Star!
A magnificent masterpiece of the prehistoric age. Daryl Hannah is beautiful & brilliant as Ayla, Jan De Bont's cinematography is one of the most breathtaking I've seen, and Alan Silverstri's score is pretty 80's-ish & yet wonderful. As for the rest, I loved how this film was done. It is a rare but fantastic experience to watch, now I want to read the original novel next.

HOWL'S MOVING CASTLE (dir. Hayao Miyazaki) (2004) - Star! Star! Star! Star! Star! out of Star! Star! Star! Star! Star!
It's a magical world out there. Miyazaki has created another wonderous masterpiece, and that castle sure can move. It is even full of whimscial characters & adventures inside and out.

RECKLESS (dir. James Foley) (1984) - Star! Star! Star!  out of Star! Star! Star! Star! Star!
Another film on youth alienation, with some humble beginnings for Aidan Quinn and Chris Columbus. Aiden's performance was pretty good in style of Brando, same with Daryl Hannah in style of Natalie Wood. The film had some brilliant camerawork and a cool soundtrack that's pure 80's, too.

ANGEL'S EGG (dir. Mamoru Oshii) (1985) - Star! Star! Star! Star! Star! out of Star! Star! Star! Star! Star!
An amazing and melancholic early work from Oshii. Beautiful animation, thought-provoking storyline, unforgettable haunting score, nothing more I can say or add except just see this to believe it yourself. It's all about the end of time this anime is.

AMERICAN SNIPER (dir. Clint Eastwood) (2014) - Star! Star! Star!  out of Star! Star! Star! Star! Star!
Watched this on Memorial Day weekend, it was quite all right but there were several scenes that made me felt like my heart melted when things got pretty brutal and devastating. Yet we still salute to those who still are serving our country.

EYES WITHOUT A FACE (dir. Georges Franju) (1959) - Star! Star! Star! Star! Star! out of Star! Star! Star! Star! Star! (re-watch)
A classic French horror-mystery with some chilling moments and sometimes you can feel the emotions of Edith Scobb's character.

ONIBABA (dir. Kaneto Shindo) (1964) - Star! Star! Star! Star! Star! out of Star! Star! Star! Star! Star! (re-watch)
Amazing and erotic ghost story shot in black & white, a favorite of mine since the day I first saw it.

CURSED (dir. Wes Craven) (2005) - Star! Star! out of Star! Star! Star! Star! Star! (re-watch)
Not so good werewolf thriller from Wes Craven.

And that is pretty much it for my films reviews on this month, be sure to look forward to June's. :)
  • Listening to: The Peanuts
  • Reading: This site, Anime Planet, & MUBI
April was another busy but good month to watch films, and have watched a lot in one month.

HARD-BOILED (dir. John Woo) (1992) - Star! Star! Star! Star! Star! out of Star! Star! Star! Star! Star! (re-watch)
John Woo did simply the best action films back in Hong Kong, and this is one that nails everything down in its genre. An instant must-watch for all fans of the action genre (even foreign)! 

THE MAN WHO SHOT LIBERTY VALENCE (dir. John Ford) (1962) - Star! Star! Star! Star! out of Star! Star! Star! Star! Star!
That is some real Oscar-worthy acting by both The Duke & Jimmy Stewart. Plus Lee Marvin was perfect as the villain. Although, the story is like in & out because of how goes on with all these main characters while being told in flashback (even the twist at the end). But all I'll say this was a good epic western I have watched from John Ford nevertheless. It's worth a shot for Ford/Wayne fans.

INTERSTELLAR (dir. Christopher Nolan) (2014) - Star! Star! Star! Star! Star! out of Star! Star! Star! Star! Star!
How can I describe Nolan's sci-fi masterpiece? Too amazing is what I could describe because Nolan always makes a brilliant film filled with a good all-star cast and a great storyline to get into. Pretty much, ARMAGEDDON meets CONTACT with a touch of 2001: A SPACE ODYSSEY.

MURMUR OF THE HEART (dir. Louis Malle) (1971) - Star! Star! Star! out of Star! Star! Star! Star! Star! 
Another French coming-of-age story, though was okay. I would like to get into more Malle since I've watched some of his works (including the incredible BLACK MOON).

A PERFECT WORLD (dir. Clint Eastwood) (1993) - Star! Star! Star! out of Star! Star! Star! Star! Star! 
Not one of Eastwood's best as actor/director, but was interesting to see how he worked with Kevin Costner.

THE HUNGER (dir. Tony Scott) (1983) - Star! Star! Star! out of Star! Star! Star! Star! Star! (re-watch)
I liked this film back then as a teenager. After re-watching it on TV, I suddenly realized that its entertainment was all right (not so exciting as other vampire films) but it was still made very well. Always awesome & interesting to see both Catherine Deneuve and David Bowie playing vampires for the first & only time. The first several minutes was very great, like it had quite a erotic, startling then melancholic start. The makeup on Bowie's character when he ages is just "wow", but well-crafted. Also marked Tony Scott's first film as a director, too. Maybe a few more watches could help out with appreciate the film once more. :)

ORDINARY PEOPLE (dir. Robert Redford) (1980) - Star! Star! Star! Star! out of Star! Star! Star! Star! Star! 
This film just got me down a little after seeing it. It is one that some people can relate to in real life: the loss of someone in the family. Although the acting is terrific and I can relate to Timothy Hutton's character a little.

JODOROWSKY'S DUNE (dir. Peter Pavich) (2013) - Star! Star! Star! Star! Star! out of Star! Star! Star! Star! Star! 
As a fan of Jodorowsky's works, I was glad to see this documentary on the film he almost made but never got to because of some reasons. I wish he still would done DUNE to this day, it would have been an ultimate mind-blowing experience.

SHE WORE A YELLOW RIBBON (dir. John Ford) (1949) - Star! Star! Star! Star! out of Star! Star! Star! Star! Star! 
A colorized version of RIO GRANDE, gorgeous color cinematography and my favorite line was "Never apologize. It's a sign of weakness." Also, the bar fight scene was pretty funny as well. XD

V/H/S/2 (dir. Simon Barrett, Adam Wingard, Eduardo Sánchez, Gregg Hale, Timo Tjahjanto, Gareth Evans & Jason Eisener) (2013) - Star! Star! Star! Star! out of Star! Star! Star! Star! Star! 
The "found-footage" film done right in today's indie horror genre. Although, I haven't seen the original yet but this film has plenty of good scares and gore as well the style of each episode's cinematography. And cannot believe there is a third V/H/S out there now. My favorite tape was "Safe Haven", pretty weird & mind-blowingly frightening on the rest. As for all of V/HS/2, the result is "reel" horror.

THE KENTUCKY FRIED MOVIE (dir. John Landis) (1977) - Star! Star! Star! Star! out of Star! Star! Star! Star! Star! 
The original parody classic from the men behind AIRPLANE!, endlessy hilairous. I have never laughed that much at a parody like this a lot. The scenes in the theater ("Feelaround") along with "That's Armageddon" trailer, "A Fistful of Yen", and "Courtroom" are among the best & funniest moments showcased I've enjoyed seeing most. It's rare they make comedies like that nowadays I'd say.

CONTACT (dir. Robert Zemeckis) (1997) - Star! Star! Star! Star! out of Star! Star! Star! Star! Star! 
Back in 1997, we were still believing in making contact with the other world and not many has talked much about this today than we used to. Here Zemeckis creates a remarkable odyssey about Foster finding that truth out there. The visual effects are incredible, so is the cast & its cinematography. The film's opening scene is spectacular to watch it shows us the universe & beyond million light years away.

THE BEYOND (dir. Lucio Fulci) (1981) - Star! Star! Star! Star! Star! out of Star! Star! Star! Star! Star! 
Better than CITY OF THE LIVING DEAD, Fulci creates a masterwork of mystery & macabre into hell. This film has plently of amazing special effects & gore, ghoulish scares, Frizzi's super cool score, one of the strangest endings I've ever seen, an interestingly spooky mystery plot on the supernatural (including zombies), and the rest is all I can say hands down on this classic by Fulci. Get ready to enter: THE BEYOND!

GOLD DIGGERS: THE SECRET OF BEAR MOUNTAIN (dir. Kevin James Dobson) (1995) - Star! Star! out of Star! Star! Star! Star! Star! 
Nothing really special about this family adventure film.

And that is all for my reviews on films I've watched in April, up next will be May. ;)
  • Listening to: Herman's Hermits
  • Reading: this site & MUBI
  • Drinking: iced tea
Haven't written any reviews on this site since after February, and I've decided to continue once again today starting with March (though it was another busy one as usual but good).

ALADDIN (dir. John Musker & Ron Clements) (1992) - Star! Star! Star! Star! Star!  out of Star! Star! Star! Star! Star! (re-watch)
Always a fun Disney film to watch, hilarious & magical filled with unforgettable characters & wonderful songs to sing to. :)

THIEF (dir. Michael Mann) (1981) - Star! Star! Star! Star! Star!  out of Star! Star! Star! Star! Star!
A stunning debut from Michael Mann. A lot to say about this: James Caan's performance, Tangerine Dream's pure '80s score, the cinematography, the heist scenes, the storyline, sound, etc. Crime drama has never been this better! I am glad to be back on track with exploring Mann's works, and I must say this is at his best. Small or big world out there, though.

REIGN OF FIRE (dir. Rob Bowman) (2002) -  Star! Star! Star!  out of Star! Star! Star! Star! Star! (re-watch)
Okay sci-fi fantasy about dragons ruling the earth, the best thing I liked about that it had Christian Bale. He's always great in every film he stars in.

THE JUNGLE BOOK (dir. Wolfgang Reitherman) (1967) -  Star! Star! Star! Star! Star!  out of Star! Star! Star! Star! Star! (re-watch)
One of the greatest & funniest of all Disney classics, this was my first film I've watched when I was very young. I love Kipling's original story, and the music is sometimes very jazzy but fun to listen to especially "I Wan'na Be Like You". I've also heard they are doing a live-action (with CGI) remake, too, later to be released in October.

FERNGULLY: THE LAST RAINFOREST (dir. Bill Kroyer) (1992) -  Star! Star! Star! Star! out of Star! Star! Star! Star! Star! (re-watch)
Another good underrated animated fantasy adventure featuring fairies and Robin Williams.

LE CERCLE ROUGE (dir. Jean-Pierre Melville) (1970) -  Star! Star! Star! Star! Star!  out of Star! Star! Star! Star! Star!
This is a much cooler heist film I've seen from France, just too amazing to describe but I'll put it like this. Colorful, never boring, good performances by Delon & the others, filmed right, and has the longest heist scene in film history. Will be soon exploring more of Melville's works. :)

THE THREE CABALLEROS (dir. Norm Ferguson) (1944) -  Star! Star! Star! Star! Star!  out of Star! Star! Star! Star! Star! (re-watch)
Rare Disney film featuring Donald Duck as he explores Mexico & its culture along with his Mexican bird buddies. I love the scene when the three sing "The Three Caballeros", fun catchy tune to listen to. :D

ANTONIO GAUDI (dir. Hiroshi Teshigahara) (1984) -  Star! Star! Star! Star! Star!  out of Star! Star! Star! Star! Star!
An extraordinary look around the works of a great architect's works in Spain.

TIN TOY (dir. John Lesseter) (1988) -  Star! Star! Star! Star! Star!  out of Star! Star! Star! Star! Star! (re-watch)
Funniest Pixar short ever! :D

HOT FUZZ (dir. Edgar Wright) (2007) -  Star! Star! Star! Star! out of Star! Star! Star! Star! Star! (re-watch)
Unique, action-packed, and hilarious British cop film from Edgar Wright. Simon Pegg & Nick Frost are entertaining together. :)

And that is all for my reviews in March, up next will be April and then May.
  • Reading: this site & MUBI
My reviews for films I've watched in the month of May.

MEI AND THE KITTEN BUS (dir. Hayao Miyazaki) (2002) - Star! Star! Star! Star! Star! out of Star! Star! Star! Star! Star!
Very whimsical and cute short, it was also great seeing Totoro in it as well. I love that kitten bus. It's adorable, yet seems impossible for Mei to fit in. XD

THE SECRET WORLD OF ARRIETTY (dir. Hiromasa Yonebayashi) (2010) - Star! Star! Star! Star! Star! out of Star! Star! Star! Star! Star! (re-watch)
A nice underrated Studio Ghibli film, I love the world of Arrietty and her people. It's pretty interesting to see what tiny people are like and how one befriends a human being.

PRINCESS MONONOKE (dir. Hayao Miyazaki) (1997) - Star! Star! Star! Star! Star! out of Star! Star! Star! Star! Star! (re-watch)
My most favorite of all Studio Ghibli's works, absolutely epic and instant must-see! :)

JE VOUS SALUE SARAJEVO (dir. Jean-Luc Godard) (1993) - Star! Star! Star! Star! Star! out of Star! Star! Star! Star! Star!
It's all about the media in our world we live in, just told shortly by Godard. But I just wonder why he would use still photographs from the Bosnian War. I think the answer is only because he is trying to tell us something important. Anyway, I'll have to say that both the narration & images are thought-provoking yet impressive. He should have used the dialogues in something else instead on the war, but this works.

THREE DAYS OF THE CONDOR (dir. Sydney Pollack) (1975) - Star! Star! Star! Star! out of Star! Star! Star! Star! Star!
A nifty thriller. Redford on the run!

THE BLACK HOLE (dir. Gary Nelson) (1979) - Star! Star! Star!  out of Star! Star! Star! Star! Star!
Disney's first PG-rated sci-fi adventure. Has an interesting plot, which can be okay at times but the last half-hour was really entertaning. That ending was so breathless & trippy like I've seen in any classic live-action Disney film. Though, it was well done and had both a perfect all-star cast & unique score by John Barry. I have to say this is still watchable anyhow. Also heard Edgar Wright loves this film, too.

ONLY LOVERS LEFT ALIVE (dir. Jim Jarmusch) (2013) - Star! Star! Star!  out of Star! Star! Star! Star! Star!
Jarmusch takes his first attempt at the vampire genre. I have some mixed thoughts about seeing this film. To be honest, its entertainment did okay for me but wasn't great as all of his other works. Maybe it deserves another watch or so to embrace this while I'm still a huge fan of both Jarmusch & vampires. Yet the film was brilliantly done well.

ZERO HOUR! (dir. Hal Bartlett) (1957) -  Star! Star! Star!  out of Star! Star! Star! Star! Star!
The original AIRPLANE! before it got remade as a parody.

28 DAYS LATER (dir. Danny Boyle) (2003) - Star! Star! Star! Star! out of Star! Star! Star! Star! Star! (re-watch)
Thought-provoking and thrilling British zombie film from Danny Boyle, I love watching it with my father.

THE CLAN OF THE CAVE BEAR (dir. Michael Chapman) (1986) - Star! Star! Star! Star! Star! out of Star! Star! Star! Star! Star!
A magnificent masterpiece of the prehistoric age. Daryl Hannah is beautiful & brilliant as Ayla, Jan De Bont's cinematography is one of the most breathtaking I've seen, and Alan Silverstri's score is pretty 80's-ish & yet wonderful. As for the rest, I loved how this film was done. It is a rare but fantastic experience to watch, now I want to read the original novel next.

HOWL'S MOVING CASTLE (dir. Hayao Miyazaki) (2004) - Star! Star! Star! Star! Star! out of Star! Star! Star! Star! Star!
It's a magical world out there. Miyazaki has created another wonderous masterpiece, and that castle sure can move. It is even full of whimscial characters & adventures inside and out.

RECKLESS (dir. James Foley) (1984) - Star! Star! Star!  out of Star! Star! Star! Star! Star!
Another film on youth alienation, with some humble beginnings for Aidan Quinn and Chris Columbus. Aiden's performance was pretty good in style of Brando, same with Daryl Hannah in style of Natalie Wood. The film had some brilliant camerawork and a cool soundtrack that's pure 80's, too.

ANGEL'S EGG (dir. Mamoru Oshii) (1985) - Star! Star! Star! Star! Star! out of Star! Star! Star! Star! Star!
An amazing and melancholic early work from Oshii. Beautiful animation, thought-provoking storyline, unforgettable haunting score, nothing more I can say or add except just see this to believe it yourself. It's all about the end of time this anime is.

AMERICAN SNIPER (dir. Clint Eastwood) (2014) - Star! Star! Star!  out of Star! Star! Star! Star! Star!
Watched this on Memorial Day weekend, it was quite all right but there were several scenes that made me felt like my heart melted when things got pretty brutal and devastating. Yet we still salute to those who still are serving our country.

EYES WITHOUT A FACE (dir. Georges Franju) (1959) - Star! Star! Star! Star! Star! out of Star! Star! Star! Star! Star! (re-watch)
A classic French horror-mystery with some chilling moments and sometimes you can feel the emotions of Edith Scobb's character.

ONIBABA (dir. Kaneto Shindo) (1964) - Star! Star! Star! Star! Star! out of Star! Star! Star! Star! Star! (re-watch)
Amazing and erotic ghost story shot in black & white, a favorite of mine since the day I first saw it.

CURSED (dir. Wes Craven) (2005) - Star! Star! out of Star! Star! Star! Star! Star! (re-watch)
Not so good werewolf thriller from Wes Craven.

And that is pretty much it for my films reviews on this month, be sure to look forward to June's. :)
  • Listening to: The Peanuts
  • Reading: This site, Anime Planet, & MUBI

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About myself........

My name is Christopher, and I am somewhere from the Pacific Northwest in the USA. Just another average huge cinephile & otaku, as well an artist myself. I have been drawing anime since I was in high school as well had some experinece in filmmaking around the school, too. :)

Likes: Cinema, anime/manga, music, food, classic video gaming, photography, traveling, cats, writing, and being online (for fun) :D.
Dislikes: Bad art, controversial topics (like politics), and wasting time

My top all-time favorite films:
Deep Red | Seven Samurai | The Man Who Fell To Earth | L’argent | The Dark Knight | There Will Be Blood | The Human Condition | Fellini Satyricon | Mulholland Drive | 2001: A Space Odyssey | Sleeping Beauty | Ghost Dog: The Way of the Samurai | Naked | Dawn of the Dead (1978) | Rebel Without a Cause | Citizen Kane | Battleship Potemkin | Alice In Wonderland (1951) | Taxi Driver | For a Few Dollars More | La Jetée | Vertigo | Sátántangó | Blade Runner | Princess Mononoke | El Topo | Hard-Boiled | Woman In the Dunes | Fantasia | The Jazz Singer (1980) | Terminator 2: Judgment Day | Un Chien Andalou | Scott Pilgrim vs. the World | Babel | Dead Ringers | Metropolis | The Jungle Book | Eraserhead | 8 ½ | Walkabout | Breathless | Children of Men | Grand Illusion | Ran | Persona | The Decalogue | Salò, or the 120 Days of Sodom | Russian Ark | Dr. Strangelove, Or How I Learned To Stop Worrying And Love the Bomb | The Crying Game | Gozu | One Hundred And One Dalmatians | Brazil | The Secret of NIMH | Irreversible | The White Ribbon | Rosemary’s Baby | It’s a Wonderful Life | The Third Man | Django | The Passion of Joan of Arc | Faust (1926) | Ugetsu | A Man Escaped | Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind | City of God | Apocalypse Now | The Road Warrior | Splash | The 400 Blows | Onibaba (...just to name a few, but wow! That's quite a lot, so many to choose form. :D)

My top all-time favorite anime/manga:
Cowboy Bebop | Fruits Basket | Rosario + Vampire | Soul Eater | X | Yu-Gi-Oh! | Bleach | Attack On Titan | Hellsing | Sailor Moon | Dororo | Magic Knight Rayearth | Claymore | Neon Genesis Evangelion | Black Lagoon | Slayers | Death Note | Cat Planet Cuties

My favorite food/drinks:
Hamburger | Pizza | Ice Cream | anything Japanese | anything Mexican | Chili | Dr. Pepper | Pasta | Biscuits & gravy | Apple | Doughnut | Waffles | Mountain Dew | Yogurt | anything Chinese | Cesar salad | Bacon | Carrots | Curry

My best pals on DA (also awesome & inspiring artists as well) ...
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"Memories aren't just sounds and pictures. They exist somewhere between the sounds, between the pictures." - Solid Snake (METAL GEAR SOILD)

"And don't call me Shirely." - Dr. Barry Rumack (AIRPLANE!) XD

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KaumiThomason Featured By Owner May 22, 2015  Hobbyist Filmographer
Not at the moment, but was working on some fan art for some Studio Ghibli & CAT PLANET CUTIES last month. I will get back to all that sometime soon. Thanks for asking. :)
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suddtrassel91 Featured By Owner May 22, 2015  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Wow proffesional ☺️☺️☺️ ofc your my friend you know
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KaumiThomason Featured By Owner May 22, 2015  Hobbyist Filmographer
Yup! And it has been a while, too!
I hope life is going well for you these days!
And I am getting there as usual with my art, of course. I think for my next art I will work on some more Studio Ghibli films fan art (like ARRIETTY and HOWL'S MOVING CASTLE, for example). :)
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