To The Fast X Box Office Haters

Tuesday, May 30, 2023


To the Fast X box office haters - 'cause you know you're out there (I've seen you) - Fast X is now the top 3rd film for 2023. And this is the TENTH INSTALLMENT.
Think about franchises and think about 10 installments. 
Number One - How many core ideas can really become franchises? 
Number Two - When you think about franchises, and those not based in Marvel/DC land because it's vastly different where they have multiple franchises - how many really get 10 films (and more)?
And how many still have the hype and expectations of Fast X?
Pretty amazing if you ask me--thankful for the all the AANHPA goodness that has helped make this franchise what it has been. 

Halle Bailey + Awkwafina + Take That Racist Ass Hats AKA We All Love The Little Mermaid + Huge Opening + Danielle (AKA Korean Ariel)

Sunday, May 28, 2023


According to reports at Deadline, this is looking to be huge:

SATURDAY AM: Disney’s The Little Mermaid is staying on its great course, maintaining that $38M Friday (which includes previews) for what is shaping up to be an estimated $104M 3-day and a 4-day between $120M-$130M. At that upper part of the threshold, the pic is the third-best opening for a movie over Memorial Day weekend.

Audience exits are great, with an “A” CinemaScore (same grade as Disney’s live-action Cinderella, Beauty and the Beast, Aladdin and The Lion King). Screen Engine/Comscore’s PostTrak notched 91% positive and a 76% definite recommend, while kids under 12 were over the moon at 92% positive and a 69% definite recommend. Natch, heavy female leaning at 68%, with 61% between 18-34, and the largest demo being millennial 25-34 year olds at 35%. Diversity demos strong across the board, with 35% Black, 25% Latino and Hispanic, 26% Caucasian and 11% Asian. Most vibrant lands for Ariel were the East, South, and South Central. 

Take a classic. Live Action it. Make it diverse. Get a huge opening. How does this go over people's heads. And it has Awkwafina in it, who's getting some great animation parts lately (which is awesome to see...and hear).

And the Danielle from New Jeans doing the Korean version (who did the Korean Ariel dub)

And Just For The Record Again on the blaccent and aave

John Wick 4 Box Office Numbers

Tuesday, May 16, 2023

As of 5/16/2023 here are some of the main numbers for John Wick 4 which has surpassed John Wick 3's box office take.

DOMESTIC (43.6%)

All Hail 13-Year Old Ginwoo Onodera AKA Winner of 2023 X-Games Street AKA WTF

Tuesday, May 16, 2023

Here's his winning run.
He lays down some of the hardest tricks in this run and beats out seasoned contest skaters and SOTY's (Skater Of The Year). 
In 5 years I can't even begin to fathom what this kid throws down.
Progression is real.
All hail the Ginwoo.

FAST X, Sung Kang, Jason Momoa, and Justin Lin

Tuesday, May 16, 2023

While we have to lament the fact that Justin Lin is no longer with the franchise as a director (but who's still on as a producer)--that doesn't mean his contributions to the franchise and keeping it alive aren't still a HUGE piece of the franchise and that you still can't be hyped for FAST X, Sung Kang, and Jason Momoa.

Sung Kang Looks Great
Just noting for the record how awesome Sung Kang looks.

P.S. To Richard Dreyfuss On Diversity Requirements For Oscar's Best Pic (AKA You Dick)

Tuesday, May 09, 2023


From a CNN article:

“It’s also a form of commerce and it makes money,” the actor said. “But it’s an art. And no one should be telling me as an artist that I have to give into the latest, most current idea of what morality is.” [...]

He then cited a bit of a history regarding Laurence Olivier being “the last white actor to play Othello,” referring to the 1965 film, in which the British actor performed in blackface. Dreyfuss praised the performance, saying Olivier played the role “brilliantly.” “Am I being told that I will never have a chance to play a Black man?” Dreyfuss said [...]

Hoover pushed back, asking if there’s “a difference between the question of representation and who is allowed to represent other groups … and the case of blackface, given the history of slavery and the sensitives around black racism?”

Dreyfuss said, “There shouldn’t be.”

An Open Letter To MF's Posting On The Film Joy Ride And Not Mentioning Chinese Adoptees

Monday, May 08, 2023

Dear MF's Posting On The Film Joy Ride:

First--funny how people have asked for me to post on so much shit over the years in regard to film, but you call closing your ranks when it comes to MF Joy Ride. Cool. I get it. But that's why I'm also blogger and not beholden to any MF's.
Second. Listen--when you are posting up on this film--and see my other post on this cause I'm not trying to sink it--it's not just a tale about identity and self-discovery.
It's about a Chinese American who was adopted going back to China--the motherlands--to search for their Chinese family, their original family. By not talking about it, you are ERASING A WHOLE GROUP OF MF's that already can get left out of the diaspora--now a WHOLE FUCKING MOVIE IS DEDICATED TO THIS JOURNEY--WHICH A LOT OF TIMES IS NOT SOME HAPPY MF TIME--and you MF's leave that shit out?
I would like you to re-think that shit MFs.
At least get that shit correct because you're leaving out a FUCK TON when you leave that shit out. 
That is all MFs.

Texas State Rep. Gene Wu Urges Gun Control

Monday, May 08, 2023

What Do We Have To Do? Victims of the Allen Mall Shooting in Texas Identified, Right Wing Racist Shooter Motives

Monday, May 08, 2023

As more news comes out about the shooting at the Allen Mall in Texas we are learning more about the victims of the shooting with many being Asian American. Right now from current news reports the following have been identified.

Victims Of The Shooting

The Shooter Had Connections To Racist Groups

As being reported by the BBC, the shooter had ties to racist groups:He was seen on video with a clothing patch with the letters RWDS, which stands for "Right Wing Death Squad". This is a phrase popular among right-wing extremists and white supremacy groups [...] An account run by the suspect on a Russia-based social network seen by BBC News includes pictures of Nazi swastikas and SS tattoos, other posts glorifying Nazis, and rambling messages about violence

What Do We Have To Do?

To be honest, I don't know what happens next. What do we do? How do we combat both lobbyists and industry here in the US to have sensible gun laws as well as combat racism against Asian Americans, immigrants, and BIPOC?

How do you shoot a fucking 3 year-old? What allows someone to think they should and can get away with this--and they did, let's be fucking honest. What makes you see a Korean American family and shoot to kill? I don't understand--I mean, I understand, but there's a culture here in the U.S. that makes people think this is OK. And it's backed by these conversations that we let happen, versus saying there's no place for them--versus not electing politicians to a seat who have views that create the foundation for this.

And a 2th grader? A 4th grader? 8 and 10 around? What makes someone think that killing them serves any purpose? Just to say they don't care if we're dead or alive?

This is so fucked up.

And the significance of it happening in APIA Heritage Month and just after Cinco De Mayo?

That makes it even more fucked up.

I don't know.

I honestly just don't fucking know.

But I will say this. I am glad that fucker is dead.

To all those that last everything--what do you say? You can't. There's nothing that could be said to them to truly comfort them. Not right at least I believe.

But what we need to do is not let racism die. In all its forms, we have to combat it. We have to stand up to it. I don't care where it is, if you're getting thrown down some racist MF shit at the hands of people--even those liberals who think they aren't racist but uphold racist structures--we have to call it out.

In some way, we have to make it known we won't stand for this.

Because we cannot stand for this.

RUTH CHIZUKO MURAI + Excellence in Written Reporting, Features Award + My Family Lost Our Farm During Japanese Incarceration. I Went Searching for What Remains.

Monday, May 08, 2023

This a great article by RUTH CHIZUKO MURAI who won the Excellence in Written Reporting, Features Award for her article.

Here's a snippt:

The disappearance of my family’s farm can be traced back even further than the executive order that forced them to leave. Japanese immigrants had started to come to California in the early 20th century, and the backlash started immediately, in the same mold of the anti-Chinese bias that was already prevalent.

In May 1900, the San Francisco Labor Council held a meeting to address the tensions. White laborers were fearful for their jobs, but San Francisco Mayor James Duval Phelan emphasized that Japanese immigration was not just a labor issue. It was an existential threat, on par with the surge that led to the fall of Rome. He stated that immigration was “not a labor question, nor a local one, but an American question involving the existence of our Republic.” In a speech applauded by the attendees, Mayor Phelan said he believed that Japanese “aren’t the stuff of which American citizens can be made.”

Read it in full down @ Mother Jones.

Aug. 7 Is The Final Day Of Reckoning For Tou Thao

Wednesday, May 03, 2023

When you actively say to other public workers to back off when they wanted to check George Floyd's vitals--that alone is enough to warrant a conviction. 

Finally - one of the last pieces of justice to be served. Already convicted on Federal Civil Rights chargers, and looking at the other sentencing it's safe to say that Thao will be in there around 6 years.

The sentencing for Tou Thao is Aug. 7. 

APIA History: But Why May You Asked Yourself?

Tuesday, May 02, 2023

"In 1977 Reps. Frank Horton of New York introduced House Joint Resolution 540 to proclaim the first ten days in May as Pacific/Asian American Heritage Week. In the same year, Senator Daniel Inouye introduced a similar resolution, Senate Joint Resolution 72. Neither of these resolutions passed, so in June 1978, Rep. Horton introduced House Joint Resolution 1007. This resolution proposed that the President should “proclaim a week, which is to include the seventh and tenth of the month, during the first ten days in May of 1979 as ‘Asian/Pacific American Heritage Week.’” This joint resolution was passed by the House and then the Senate and was signed by President Jimmy Carter on October 5, 1978 to become Public Law 95-419 (PDF, 158kb). This law amended the original language of the bill and directed the President to issue a proclamation for the “7 day period beginning on May 4, 1979 as ‘Asian/Pacific American Heritage Week.’” During the next decade, presidents passed annual proclamations for Asian/Pacific American Heritage Week until 1990 when Congress passed Public Law 101-283 (PDF, 166kb) which expanded the observance to a month for 1990. Then in 1992, Congress passed Public Law 102-450 (PDF, 285kb) which annually designated May as Asian/Pacific American Heritage Month.

The month of May was chosen to commemorate the immigration of the first Japanese to the United States on May 7, 1843, and to mark the anniversary of the completion of the transcontinental railroad on May 10, 1869. The majority of the workers who laid the tracks were Chinese immigrants."


Hmong People: You've Kinda Arrived Now On DALL·E (Well You Know...)

Monday, May 01, 2023

I while back I was generating some images on DALL·E because I wanted to see how good it was on rendering Asian people vs other people, and one of the things that stood out for me was the fact that that it did no really understand the word Hmong. It tried to come up with some images, but literally every other image in a set of 4 was like a window or some just non-defined shape. I was pretty surprised actually (albeit I guess I shouldn't have been).

But I was checking in just a little bit ago, and I mean - it's at least better now. Even after multiple generations, it still has some issues, which tells me about the depth--because in order to truly understand what it's capable of you need to go through mutliple generations--of understanding that DALL·E has on "what" a Hmong person is--vs:

  • Korean
  • Vietnamese
  • Thai
  • Chinese (so so)
  • South Asian (I's general)
And some are still not awesome, but it at least had something and I thought did a pretty clean representation.
But Hmong was definitely not looking good. Now I'm not Hmong, so I can't speak to some things, but I guess I was kind of happy it looked at least somewhat recognizeable in some ways...which takes us though back tot he questions of what makes us--us--and how we're represented and I think AI is becoming a good indicator of how some of the world sees us (and the world at large)--but also taking into account how data and images are gathered--because that speaks volumes too.
DALL·E Images
Here are some images of Hmong people from DALL·E. I rendered 56 pictures and some of these are from the middle of the pack.

You Still HAVE TIME (Like Today): Register For The Asian American Film Lab’s (AAFL) 72 Hour Film Shootout

Monday, May 01, 2023

People. Filmmakers. Documentarians. This is for you!
Do your thing, get registered, and get ready to shoot.

A Little Raina. A Little Huang. And A LOT OF MF SOBA Noodles

Monday, May 01, 2023

Raina Huang kills food and food challenges on a regular basis and this time, she's off to Japan to do the Soba Noodle Record Challenge.
The outcome you ask?
You must watch young Jedi, you must watch.

American Born Chinese Trailer, Disney+, May 24th, Maybe Next Is A Show With Snowboarding?

Monday, May 01, 2023


Everyone's pretty much heard about this, based on the 2006 graphic novel by Gene Luen Yang, and having Michelle Yeoh and Ke Huy Quan in it, and overall looks like it should be pretty cool.

I can't help but think though at the same time, purely from a representation standpoint in media from this age group (at least what I would project them to be focusing on), there's still this connection on Asian Americanness to Asia and to martial arts, again strictly from a mainstream media representation vs having another theme dedicated to it--

Wouldn't it be cool to see a new show based on Chloe Kim and a snowboarding theme? How about a band/music theme? What about crazy painter from another world? I know I know--it's just not marketable they say.

You might be thinking to yourself well it's a part of culture and history--and absolutely--but there are also droves of Asian Americans where martial arts isn't even on the radar.

Just thinking out loud here as I type...

Retro April Chase + Paramore Cover AKA Cover Classics

Monday, May 01, 2023


From the filming to the lighting to the music to the old school vibe of just hanging out on a front porch and singing some songs--it's a classic cover.
Happy Monday!

Broker + Return To Seoul + Adoption Narratives In Film

Sunday, April 30, 2023

It's a good article on these two films and we at least get a glimpse into what these filmmakers--Cambodian-French and Japanese--were thinking, some of the groundwork for the films. It doesn't sound like there was a lot of consultation on either film--versus research (which is needed for sure)--and that's just to be exepected sometimes as the normal--but can't say for sure--so that portion is what it is, regardless of the outcome--because one thing doesn't make a system, and media and film still live in a system.

Haven't seen Broker. But did see Return To Seoul--did wonder about that file from the picture, but stranger things have happened--and I guess you need to find someone to have a story, even though there's a ton that never search and never find anything--but it was a slow burn and in the middle--non-descript from a feeling standpoint and I liked that piece of it.

Get Your LAAPFF On May 4-13, 2023

Sunday, April 30, 2023


Visual Communications Presents

39th Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival

May 4-13, 2023 

LAAPFF 2023 Lineup Celebrates Native Hawaiian, Pasifika, Indigenous Voices, and Artists Across the Asian American and Asian Diaspora Communities

Commemorating 20th Year Since Passing of Founding Executive Director Linda Mabalot With Filmmaker Wellness Programming

April 6, 2023 (Los Angeles, CA) – Visual Communications (VC) announced today the lineup for their 39th edition of the Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival. The annual showcase for Asian American, Native Hawaian, Pacific Islander, diasporic and Asian international cinema returns May 4 to May 13 with in-person programming slated to take place in Little Tokyo, Gardena Cinemas, and Regal L.A. Live, along with online programming.

On May 4, the Festival will kick off with a community celebration party at the Japanese American National Museum, followed by Opening Night programming on May 5th with the World Premiere of ARMED WITH A CAMERA VOL. 2023 (AWC). This year, AWC will feature six short films produced by Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander artists, in reflection of VC’s renewed commitment to uplifting Native Hawaiian and Pasifika stories. 

“As an organization, we recognize deeply that in order for us to build collective power we must in tandem confront issues that divide us; that privilege some parts of our own community over others and render our Indigenous relations invisible. In our growing practice to challenge definitions and boundaries, we’re always examining what we can do better,” shares Visual Communications Executive Director, Francis Cullado. “We’re honored to center Native Hawaiian and Pasifika artists in the 2023 edition of AWC as well as our Pacific Cinewaves program. This is a continuation of our intentions from early works like OMAI FAʻATASI: SAMOA MO SAMOA and NA PUA O LAKA, and a renewed commitment to uplift and amplify Indigenous storytellers in spaces where Asian-American artists may historically hold privilege. We have to amplify artists who utilize media to preserve cultural traditions and present diasporic stories if we are being earnest in our efforts to truly build community and collective power.”

In addition to AWC VOL. 2023, the Festival will feature several programs reflecting Native Hawaiian, Pacific Islander, and Indigenous perspectives to amplify the contemporary storytelling of Indigenous Peoples that universally connects all of us.

Shoong! Is Tasty. We Love Taeyang. But Damn If LA LISA Doesn't Steal The Show

Friday, April 28, 2023


This a good song. Great dancing. It's good as hell. But when I was watching it I couldn't help but think that damn if Lisa doesn't steal the show.
Her dancing is just so sharp--it's crazy--it's like everyone else has to keep up with her--and Taeyang and everyone else is great--and that almost sideways moonwalk--nice.
But you did see this right?
I mean--what? 
And her vocals--clean. 
It's almost like she had to be contained. 
We all see where this is headed--
True global superstar as an individual artist.

Hyori's Still The Queen

Friday, April 28, 2023

The world is abuzz with The Queen's return to IG. Buzz noted.

Warrior Season 3 | Official Teaser (AKA We Need This)

Friday, April 28, 2023

You know - sometimes you just need some ass kicking.

Twitter Clip: Tibetans in Minnesota peacefully march in Minneapolis in support of His Holiness the #DalaiLama

Friday, April 28, 2023

We Can Finally Agree Fox News We Can Finally Agree

Wednesday, April 26, 2023

Weed + Tara Davis-Woodhall + Huh?

Wednesday, April 26, 2023

I don't know - but I didn't think weed gives you a performance edge in things like long jumping? 

For real? Stripped of her title? 
I think these people need to revisit their rules.
For sure, maybe focus, and Sativa or Hybrids, get some energy, but it's still a weedy energy. 
Feels a little the expense of BIPOC.
Maybe just a little colonialistic...
Cause again - does weed give you that edge on the long jump or in sprinting?
Not to be stereotypical and undermine the medical goodness of THC--but I still feel like the edge might be a little more Netflix and Chill...

FYI: Awkwafina is Nora from Queens Season 3 Tonight

Wednesday, April 26, 2023

Reviewishy: Netflix, A Tourist's Guide To Love, Fxxxxrs, Now Everyone's Coming To Vietnam

Tuesday, April 25, 2023

I know I'm not easy to please and my tastes go in wayward directions and sometimes I don't know until I know. It's not a mystery. This is the way I work and while every fish out of the water story has something universal to it, in all its different incarnations, it can also be a cardboard cutout, a seemingly innocuous story that also says something different about the reality and society to which it is playing to when juxtaposed with timing and history and the fact that nothing lives in an ivory tower. 

That's why when I see this type of film--which isn't quite the same as the journey film, I am a little cautious about it and rightly so (and I'm not taking anything away from the journey--just the objectification of culture and country when juxtaposed to the realities of its people and descendents).

At the same time, there are some great people attached to it, it does want to create this other narrative about what Vietnam is--versus just the war here and I think in some ways you could say Vietnam too--and there is something to be said for that.

And it's a romcom/drama and we all love those (except when they aren't actually that good).

So it's not like I was like "MF's..." completely out of the gate...

Some random thoughts after watching.

They Got The Music Right

Honestly, one of the first things I noticed was Suboi when they got into Vietnam. I was like okay--fine. Point to you MFs. And then they kept on adding points with Bích Phương and other Viet musical goodness.

Liked The Food And City/Landscape Shots

The shots were really nice--I'll admit I thought to myself that they are showcasing this beauty and energy of the places they were. 

I Felt Like The Vietnamese Characters Weren't Necessarily Just This Back Drop. They Had Lines. Their Own Scenes With Just Them
Sinh and Anh, when you think about the space of the film's time and the rest of the characters, they actually get a lot of screen time. They kind of have their own little subplot going on. And this is a Rachael Leigh Cook, She's All That, movie. That's the header, and it is for sure. And there are some great shots of her, and Scott Ly, in Vietnam. So to have their characters also get some more attention overall--that felt good to me.

They Did Have A Diverse Set Of Characters

BIPOC, LGBTQ+, Young, Old. Vietnamese. You don't always get that.

She Didn't Leave For The White Guy. It Was Honest

I liked that part. I thought they had a lot of chemistry in breaking up. And she made the right decision. Sinh was obiously what she needed. And he would have asked her to go to Ohio.

On The Love Portion 

I mean, that's where I feel like, maybe some of that portion needed a little more time. It was good. The kisses were nice. And they had some nice scenes. Idk. I'm gonna think on that one.

I'm Giving It A Solid Mostly Unwaverring 6.9

In part, it's because of what it was and what I think it wanted to be. And I think at least from an American perspective, I did give it some points for not having any Ken Burns' material in it.

This Week In APIA History: Chinese American Astronaut Taylor Wang Went To Space

Monday, April 24, 2023

"SPACE FLIGHT EXPERIENCE: Dr. Wang flew on STS-51B Challenger (April 29-May 6, 1985). STS-51B/Spacelab-3 was launched from Kennedy Space Center, Florida, and returned to land at Edwards Air Force Base, California. It was the first operational Spacelab mission. The seven-man crew aboard Challenger conducted investigations in crystal growth, drop dynamics leading to containerless material processing, atmospheric trace gas spectroscopy, solar and planetary atmospheric simulation, cosmic rays, laboratory animals and human medical monitoring. At mission conclusion, Dr. Wang had traveled over 2.9 million miles in 110 Earth orbits, and had logged over 168 hours in space."


I Really Need To Watch Season 1: Quantum Leap 2022

Monday, April 24, 2023


I officially don't have any excuses for not having seen this show yet.

Please don't beat me.

I mean, you can, just not so much that I can't watch this show...

Sometime soon...

Blackpink Broke Coachella (Now It's Called Pinkchella) And Jennie's Side Boob?

Monday, April 24, 2023

Honestly, I feel like even if you don't follow many things, I mean it could be next to nothing actually, you'd have known Black Pink headlined Coachella and that they were the first Korean Band/K-Pop to do so.

And apparently--everyone has loved them.

And then there's also this "side boob" thing--which tbh--it's just childish really. 

You will eventually see some side boob. And in case of a wardrobe malfunction--that would just break the internet all together.

That is all.


Oh Hell Now--It's On--#2 Movies In The U.S. Today--Tourists Guide To Love (AKA--Dear Lord... AKA Gotta Watch It Tonight)

Monday, April 24, 2023

Oh Dang...Dear Lord...Let us pray...

P.S. I need to catch that Whitney flick too.

4X Utada (AKA All Hail Utada--Still)

Monday, April 24, 2023

When you think about how long Utada has been making music--how long she's endured--it's pretty amazing for this type of run she's had to keep on putting out amazing music--that people still like (and of course who wouldn't, but you know...). Some vids then.

Hikaru Utada | Somewhere Near Marseilles - LIVE at Sea Paradise


宇多田ヒカル『PINK BLOOD』

宇多田ヒカル『One Last Kiss』

Dan Lam: Vietnamese American Artist To Know

Sunday, April 16, 2023

A good write-up in the SCMP on Vietnamese American Dan Lam whose sculptures can sell for 40K.


But she's doing drops for $150 too. 

Man--if that's not MF Viet goodness I don't know what is.

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Viet Food + Tik Tok = Goodness (aka Tik Tok Do Your Thing)

Sunday, April 16, 2023

In case you missed it, like I did, there's this great story about a Vietnamese daughter who went to Tik Tok to see if should could help get some people into the restaurant which was having some problems getting people in the door for a variety of reasons.

Shows the power of new social media and what could happen if you put yourself out there and take a chance.

The Lives Of Claire And Chad Traveling The World

Sunday, April 16, 2023


Apparently Claire and Chad have been growing on me.
They may not be making millions on Wall Street, and Chad's not a doctor, but good for them seeing the world and sharing it with YouTube.
I'm sure all their friends love them...
That is all.

Wait: It's Called "Keanaissance"? And IL Mare

Sunday, April 09, 2023

If that's what they're calling it--I'm on board with it, but at the same time--did he ever go out of style? one really should have re-made IL Mare because you know...

It's IL Mare...

Fine...Keanaissance it is.

Jam On Young One. Jam On: Polyphia - Ego Death feat. Steve Vai

Wednesday, April 05, 2023


Curated: Lỡ Say Bye Là Bye, Em Không Hiểu, Yêu Là Khi, ... / Fillinus's Hot Playlist YouTube, TikTok, Spotify

Wednesday, April 05, 2023

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