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Oct.11.2013
  Nichkhun Horvejkul, 25, is a cultural phenomenon. Born and raised in Southern California, his high school friends told him that with his looks and winning smile, he should be a Korean pop star, never mind that his parents are immigrants from Thailand, and that he didn't speak a word of...
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Dec.17.2012
by J.R. Wagner       Previously I wrote a post on my thoughts on the book by Yann Martel. Read it HERE if you're interested.   I was fortunate enough to see the film, directed by the great Ang Lee, last night. Ang Lee, whose breakout film Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon (great...
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Dec.03.2012
by J.R. Wagner   Click on cover to visit illustrator's blog -very cool!       This is Not a review! Well...if you twist your head slightly while reading this post you may think it is a review...but it's not!   And for the record, I finished this book well before the...
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Oct.31.2012
"He wants to see the actor's mind in a shot." Actress Tabu said this about Ang Lee who has directed her in 'Life of Pi'. It was so beautifully put, but what does it really mean? Is the actor's mind reflecting the character or her/himself? Or, is one superimposed on the other?  Can one see...
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Jun.22.2011
“Baby, let me tell you about home,” quips Judy Garland, Elliot Tiber’s spiritual mentor and a long-standing icon of the gay rights movement in America. “Home is whatever’s in your suitcase and wherever you hang your hat. Contrary to the movie [i.e. The Wizard of Oz], it ain’t in Kansas. Home is...
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Jun.10.2011
Cynthia Brian and Heather Brittany heat up the airwaves with another exciting episode of Starstyle®-Be the Star You Are!® Join the Goddess Gals and find fun and practical information. Taking Woodstock is the funny, touching, and true story of Elliot Tiber, the man who enabled Woodstock to take...
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Oct.20.2010
The other night, I stumbled upon the movie Taking Woodstock on HBO. I’d already missed a half-hour, so I was going to watch just a little as I ate dinner alone. The Ang Lee-directed film quickly became a guilty pleasure because it used editing techniques, split screen, and moments from the 1970...
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Sep.05.2009
Going out last night to see the new Ang Lee movie, "Taking Woodstock," was a busman’s holiday for a guy who's spent the past year writing a book about some of the epic LSD trips of the 1960s and 1970s – including a few of his own. But I have to admit that my favorite scene in this sweet-...