John Woo's hyperkinetic style of editing and pacing continues to show its effectiveness in Bullet in the Head, this time spreading it about as thin as it can just about go with three protagonists each with their own arcs, a plot that puts them through the absolute ringer that is the Vietnam war, and filled to the brim with action sequences that we've all come to expect and adore. It still worked for me, exagerrated emotions in the midst of…
A gorgeously shot documentary on a day in the life of a northern Tibetian family. Apparently this doc in particular has some name recognition in its relevant circles, and I can see why.
Another short Mainland doc that I have made subtitles for. Feel free to check out the list of work I've done here, information on how to hit me up if y'all need some sub work is written there.
When talking about films involving blue space people, we all know which is the obvious better film.
Kiss Daft Punk's asses, James Cameron.
2020 edit: Why is this my most liked post oh god
2021 edit: Rest in peace to one of the greatest duos in music history.
Another invaluable bit of documentary work in regards to Hong Kong cinema. I admit to having a bit more personal bias to this as opposed to the one on Mainland China, since this is more akin to the stuff I grew up on, but both are practically essential viewing to anyone interested in cinema this side of the world.