Kevin Chan

You deserve me, but you don’t need me right now.

Favorite films

  • Ball of Fire
  • Police Story
  • The Searchers
  • Spider-Man 2

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  • A Fish Called Wanda

    ★★½

  • Love Affair

    ★★★★★

  • Top Gun: Maverick

    ★★★★½

  • White Heat

    ★★★★

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  • A Fish Called Wanda

    A Fish Called Wanda

    ★★½

    There comes a time when one has seen too many great films in a row that he has to find one that doesn’t reach the heights of excellence as the previous films seen for, you know, variety… and maybe to trash something for a change. And as a result, this dude (me) needs to watch a real filmic banger again to cleanse the palette for refreshing tales of wholesomeness. A Fish Called Wanda may be filled with hysterical performances plus enjoyable…

  • Love Affair

    Love Affair

    ★★★★★

    This may sound redundant, but sometimes (and maybe most of the time), redundancy is especially needed. One can look at the filmography in this phase of the 21st Century, and it doesn’t appear that there are truly enough films that reach and strike the target of substance needed not only for escapism, but for wholesomeness, challenge, spontaneity, and the filmic term of endearment. Why say this? Well, honestly, being able to see more recent films of 2022 hasn’t been of a…

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  • Top Gun: Maverick

    Top Gun: Maverick

    ★★★★½

    In the spirit world, there exists a variety of the ethereal — dominions, principalities, guardian angels from the lower tier, etc. Such variety is a natural component of spirits necessary for us to exude emotional elegance and vigorous rowdiness to name just two of plethoric human qualities. To say they’re amazing is a complete understatement. So in contrast, what amazing kind of spirit than an old fashioned? A classic cocktail crafted during the late 19th century with simple ingredients like…

  • The Passion of the Christ

    The Passion of the Christ

    ★★★★★

    Jesus: You believe in me. You know that I am the Waythe Truth, and the Life. And no one comes to the Father but by me.

    To many of my fellow Catholics and Christians, this statement is not new at all. Especially on this Holy Week. But watching Mel Gibson’s honest film again and viewing this scene sort of fuels a sense of spiritual rebirth, more so a reminder. Not entirely sure if this will become an annual Good Friday…