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    The shock of the new, A lapse of english, Looking fit

    News, Mae Moo, Published on 29/06/2014

    » Actor Thanachart "Arty" Tulyachart insists he had no problem acting in the indie rural hit, Poo Bao Tai Ban, even though its director swears he won’t work with the young star again.


    Mysterious skin

    Life, Kong Rithdee, Published on 25/04/2014

    » Like a trippy delirium, Jonathan Glazer’s Under The Skin, starring Scarlett Johansson as an alien siren who preys on men, sucks you into its black bile and keeps you transfixed. This is a 103-minute fevered dream, a delicious trance, and an eccentric commentary on humans’ skin-deep fascination with skin. It’s a fortunate accident that this art house sci-fi is getting a release in Bangkok, thanks not to the movie’s audacious aesthetics, but to the fact that it features a semi-nude Johansson — for marketers, that’s enough of a hook to cash in.


    Subtle spooks

    Life, Plalai Faifa, Published on 21/03/2014

    » Horror films are everywhere now, with zombies and vampires rampant, but we don’t see many traditional ghost stories. The reason isn’t hard to guess — most of the audience for horror consists of young gore geeks who drop off to sleep if 15 minutes pass without someone munching someone else’s guts. When they wake up, the verdict is announced — boring!


    The Wolf's spectacular folly

    Life, Kong Rithdee, Published on 31/01/2014

    » Propelled by manic energy, Martin Scorsese's The Wolf Of Wall Street zips through a dollar-fuelled bacchanalia and raunchy pool parties (there are so many pool parties) with train-wrecking velocity. It's as if the filmmakers and their cast are popping speed pills or knocking back a succession of Red Bulls. You watch the film with exhilaration and dread, a dread that the entire narrative accelerating, over the top and almost unstoppable is going to veer over the precipice and crash, leaving Leonardo DiCaprio smiling goofily in the rubble. But it's not; this is tightly controlled filmmaking in the guise of something running amok, and it's actually that sense of dread, risk and danger that fires us up and keeps us on edge. Scorsese is 72 and yet, hats off to him, this film feels like a young man plunging into an all-night orgy while managing to somehow stay sober amidst the threat of overkill.


    'Pee was packing', Bathroom Break-In, Flashing the flesh

    News, Mae Moo, Published on 27/01/2013

    » Incriminating evidence has emerged against an actor accused of the premeditated killing of a popular pub owner in Thong Lor.


    Soaps grease the conscience

    Life, Kanokporn Chanasongkram, Published on 30/01/2013

    » Last night the battle for audience ratings pitted Channel 7's Luk Mai Lark See against Channel 3's Manee Sawart and Channel 5's Khu Kam. In some households there might have been family fights for possession of the TV remote control, and what to watch: a heavy drama, a suspense fantasy, or a cross-cultural World War II romance between a Thai woman and a Japanese soldier?


    Director manages The Impossible

    Life, Kong Rithdee, Published on 26/10/2012

    » On screen, the monstrous waves roar and strike like liquid thunder. Ewan McGregor and Naomi Watts, playing a couple with three young sons vacationing in southern Thailand in 2004, watch in horror as the tsunami slams on shore like a titanic fist and sweeps them away in torrential whirlpools, shattering their peace and threatening to change their lives forever.


    Prime number

    Life, Kong Rithdee, Published on 25/07/2012

    » With a smile on his face Jira Maligool is celebrating the seven-year itch. Or rather, seven years of hits.

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