me, too, anon. me, too.
Sorry about that! Dramacrazy went down and I still don’t have time to fix the links. Once of these days, I hope!
Not sure where you can stream it. But try this torrent: http://kickass.to/ghost-sweepers-2012-dvdrip-xvid-cowry-t7074953.html
30 Day Asian Movie Challenge
Day 4: Favorite Kickass Female Character
↪Ha Chun-Hwa in Sunny/써니
”Attack On Titan” Live Action Film’s Eren Casting Confirmed
The actor to play Eren Yeager for the live-action Attack On Titan was announced on April 2nd in Japan. Haruma Miura, who is known as Shota Kazehaya in live-action Kimi No Todoke movie by anime fans will take on the main character role of the mega-hit manga and anime. Miura also voiced Yama in last year’s Space Pirate Captain Harlock movie.
Hello! My blog (asianfixations.com) finally has a Facebook page~ Will appreciate it if you can like the page. Expect mindless rants, links, and photos on not just Asian movies but also dramas (& kpop!). Easily talk to me there, too. We can exchange movie recs and stuff.^^
First, I just want to say that I’m a fan of Star Cinema RomComs. In fact, I usually watch them in the theaters. I do realize their flaws, but it still doesn’t stop me from watching them on a regular basis. But I’m also not blind. I can see how horrific the posters they release.
A couple of nights ago, I passed by one of the cinemas in the metro and I almost cried when I saw Starting over Again‘s movie poster. If people do not know Piolo Pascual or Toni Gonzaga, no one would watch that. If I were to promote the movie overseas, I’ll have a hard time convincing foreign viewers that it’s a must-watch. I have seen the trailer and I love Piolo and Tony so I’m definitely seeing the movie. But how will I convince others if I only have the poster to show them?
In the same way that they invest in A-list actors, I think it’s time Star Cinema think their movie design posters thoroughly. I’m saying this because I’m a concerned movie-goer and I really want their movies to succeed. The same way that I don’t watch foreign movies with badly designed posters, I am afraid that only few people are enticed to watch Pinoy movies because they’re turned off by the posters. I’m not sure if it actually happens, but it’s a possibility one has to consider!
I know that we shouldn’t judge a movie by its poster, but I’ve watched tons of South Korean flicks just because the poster is pretty amazing. Biases aside, movies from South Korea, Taiwan and China always have great posters. It’s part of the marketing scheme. But really, you can create a good movie, so why not accompany it with some amazing poster designs?