Coined during the Ronald Reagan years in 1980s, the term 'Power Dressing' still exists in niche circles. What does it mean? 'Power dressing' refers to the use of expensive and extremely high quality cloth for making suits with sharp, hard lines, mostly in black or pin-stripes; that were destined to make people look assertive and… Continue reading Power Dressing – What Does It Mean?
This is not Oldboy. Ain't A Bittersweet Life. But definitely one of the best action movies to come out of South Korea in recent years. Directed by Ryu Seung-wan, the movie depicts the deep roots of organized crime in smaller towns in South Korea far away from Seoul and one man's fight against all odds to… Continue reading The City of Violence (2006) Review
10 movies that made Asia proud on the world stage. Each, a masterpiece in its own - transcended through generations & time to be rendered classics. Story, characterization, acting, cinematic shots, angles, editing, action, dialogues (or lack of it) - have made these feature films masterpieces. Generated lots of fan following and won countless awards,… Continue reading Top10 Asian Movies of All Time
UPDATE: This blog post has been added to http://wonbin.yuku.com in their list of 200 recommended reviews. Entry can be accessed here. Never mess with a guy who lives for today. Especially, if he's chosen to live a quiet, detached life; far from society. If you mess with him, all you get is pain. And death. One… Continue reading A Movie to Blow you Away. The Man from Nowhere.
'A Bittersweet Life' (달콤한 인생 in South Korean), starring Lee Byung-hun is a South Korean Chef-d'œuvre (in French, masterpiece). Everything - story, script, dialogues, action, romance, camera work, Lee B-hun - is simply superb. Written and directed by the famous Korean director, Kim Ji-woon, 'A Bittersweet Life' is a definite watch if you adore movies which have managed… Continue reading A Bittersweet Life – A South Korean Chef-d’œuvre
There are good movies. There are excellent movies. There are some, which are masterpieces. Comes once in a lifetime. Casablanca, Gone with the Wind, Citizen Kane, Roman Holiday. And Sonatine. After having watched thousands of English, Hindi, Japanese, Russian, Latin American & Chinese movies; I often end up comparing them with one, which I often consider… Continue reading Sonatine – Finest Movie Ever?