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Comment Archives: stories: Movies

Re: “Searching for Shylock

Dear Brave and Open Minded Personnel ;

Do you have any interest over the hombre, between heaven and the earth?

Basis on daily newspaper offered terminology, my experienced case, ‘hombre’, is known as follows, which I like to disclose its extraordinary case toward your side.

천인 (天人)
1. el cielo y el hombre, Dios y hombre
2. hombre, de doctrina
3. hombre, de talento, hombre, muy guapo
4. 佛教術語,天界中之有情

As I have been experienced of harsh condition since 2001,
Basis on controlling and monitoring status in homeland, S Korea,
This status makes me be eligible to apply Asylum seeker’s status toward Austria.

While residing in refugee camp in Vienna, Austria,
I experienced of strange condition similar to ‘hombre’ or more than its status.

Basis on my memory,
I did not speak Buddha or some of related word to the public site toward the camp dwellers.
On my document package which I am holding at my file from Austria,
On the sheet, given document there is the content of “Buddha Gekommen”.

While residing in camp, named detention center, chased by two local police men in there, I could barely get out of the camp via submit withdrawal from Asylum Seeker’s status in Austria. On the same day, I could experience ‘Hombre’ again.

Back to original status in homeland, S Korea,
No job, no income, encountered by financial limit not acquiring of consecutive income line, I am investing most of daily life time in searching of living cost.

Looking back of my last decade,
I experienced of strange condition repeatedly from the pre-joined work sites.

Among the pre-framed work sites,
I was in Iraq, Congo, East-Timor, Cambodia, Malaysia, in searching of living cost to survive.

I was led into conflict zone and war zone to survive during the last decade.
This makes me have joined over 45 different work sites among Koreans.

To offer my extraordinary case toward your side, I am ready to disclose.
For this matter, I urge you to visit my side and take image of my experience.

While residing in Austria, I was comma status in public site, known as parking lot, where many people were gathering.. over 3 hours at least.
Its strange status experienced at detention center, refugee camp in Vienna.

I have experienced of body floating toward the Air could look down my figure etc.

Its strange experience was not once.
I have experienced several times, repeated experience since my boyhood period.

Believing that, there.. experienced affairs were crossing the life line toward the heaven.

Its experience was very vivid.
I am eligible to tell, how its condition was connected toward the immense territory of universe

For this matter,
Its cause would be disclosed toward animation program or related personnel.

As the human being related, strange condition is highly researched, long know-how basis on significant research from a reliable site, I would urge you to come and see my case as long as I am ready to disclose my case to the public.

Why this is reasonable to the public?
While experiencing of 45 different business sites as the temporary hired status
Including of war zones and conflict zones from the Korean business owners’ sites,
I could have vivid mind to survive, even if I have been repeatedly placed at the edge of life, in dangerous sites such as conflict zone and war zone since 2001.

Its strange experience would be key asset toward the people, who pursue strict life under the Sky.

Toward the reliable anime program personnel, my harsh experience from pre-joined 45 work sites including of war zones duties and hombre 천인 (天人) experience would be disclosed. Surely, its content would be brought pivotal point among audience.


(David) Don Young Choi
e-mail :,,
Personal Web site :

Posted by David D Y Choi on 09/01/2014 at 9:08 PM

Re: “Rich Hill: down but not out in Missouri

Ok lets put it on the table. This doc pretty much showed that the parents of these kids are mildly to severely mentally retarded. I cant believe that Child Services hasnt intervened and pulled these kids out of their respective situations after the first showing of this film.

Posted by cmcmcm on 08/26/2014 at 3:23 PM

Re: “Rich Hill: down but not out in Missouri

"...we didn’t know each other’s stories..."

"After ... watching each other’s lives, we all grew very fond of each other. We care about each other almost as if we were brothers."

That is a powerful lesson, applicable on a much, much broader basis --- within communities and among cultures, religions and nations. If these teen boys in rural Missouri can figure it out, maybe more of the world could figure it out. Thanks for putting it out there.

10 likes, 1 dislike
Posted by Bucephalus Bee on 08/08/2014 at 10:20 AM

Re: “Finding Vivian Maier

I really enjoyed this movie and I thought it made a good attempt to shed some light on Vivian Maier as the person behind the camera. A part of me though kept thinking that John Maloof had a mixed purpose. One to expose Maier as an artist of exceptional talent yet the other to boost the value of her artwork of which he holds the entire body of work. I was left seemingly wondering if I was duped in a calculated scheme by the film maker simply to make money for himself.

Posted by richiepoor on 05/29/2014 at 2:47 PM

Re: “Nymphomaniac Vols. I and II

So... In other words it was a horrible porno?

Posted by 8biTbadAss on 05/06/2014 at 7:35 PM

Re: “The Wolf of Wall Street

Kudos for picking up David Fear's reviews. TONY's loss is a gain for film-lovers everywhere.

Posted by extremus on 12/26/2013 at 12:58 PM

Re: “Inside Llewyn Davis

Fix Windows Errors & Optimize Your System

0 likes, 1 dislike
Posted by Eman Almhnds on 12/22/2013 at 7:26 PM

Re: “American Hustle

Real Writing Jobs

Posted by Eman Almhnds on 12/22/2013 at 7:21 PM

Re: “The Punk Singer

The Feminist Press just reprinted The Riot Grrrl Collection, which contains so much of Kathleen Hanna's energy. You should totally read it, it's here:

Posted by Sydney Boles on 12/20/2013 at 9:13 AM

Re: “Out of the Furnace

Your writing is not clever nor entertaining. Your review displays a stereotypical uneducated Midwestern take on things you are unfamiliar with.

2 likes, 2 dislikes
Posted by SS on 12/07/2013 at 3:40 PM

Re: “Enough Said

Great movie. Horrible writing by reviewer.

Posted by Steve Jackson on 11/02/2013 at 12:17 PM

Re: “The Midway and I-70 drive-ins struggle to survive the digital conversion

+1 for the clown.

Posted by Wink Dinklemeyer on 09/25/2013 at 2:19 PM

Re: “Short Term 12

Did watch a different movie? Maybe those who haven't had their hearts touched by this gem of a film should look into figuring out if they even own one.

1 like, 0 dislikes
Posted by Matt on 09/18/2013 at 2:11 PM

Re: “In a World

The Kansas City Voice Over community is hosting the Premiere at the Tivoli Cinema in Westport on Friday 9/13 at 7:15 pm. A Meet & Greet with local Voice Actors will be held at 6:45 pm and is scheduled to include Tom Kane (voice of Yoda) and many local VO pros.

Posted by Matt Wiewel on 09/11/2013 at 10:01 PM

Re: “The Midway and I-70 drive-ins struggle to survive the digital conversion

All the Hollywood A listers should start a Kickstarter campaign to save the Drive Ins. Zach Braff (millionaire actor) funded his own crappy movie project this way.

Posted by c on 09/10/2013 at 11:33 AM

Re: “The Midway and I-70 drive-ins struggle to survive the digital conversion

My Drive IN movie memories?? Going to the Fairyland Park Drive In in the early 80s. Two screens---Soft core porn on one, Bruce Lee flicks on the other. Best viewed from atop the long closed Wild Cat rollercoaster with some cheap brew and some good friends!!

Posted by c on 09/08/2013 at 9:38 PM

Re: “The Midway and I-70 drive-ins struggle to survive the digital conversion

Crazy Clown pretty much took the words outta my mouth.

3 likes, 0 dislikes
Posted by c on 09/08/2013 at 9:29 PM

Re: “The Midway and I-70 drive-ins struggle to survive the digital conversion

You'd think, that some or All of some of the Hollywood Movie Studio's would Pitch In to help these Drive Ins upgrade !!

Hollywood apparently is too Tight, they'd rather spend their Millions of Dollars on more Ridlicious Movie Flops , that Bomb at the Box office !

The Drive In is another Avenue for people to see the Movies produced, but Apparently Hollywood is out to Lunch on the whole issue !

Also, Why don't WE hear & See any Actors or Actresses taking up for the cause as well, I mean it is "US" who PAY to go see their Movies, and make them Famous and make them money to become filthy stinkin Rich, so they can BUY their Mansions and Exotic cars and 500.00 shoes and 1000.00 purses and fancy Exotic Vacations, that most of us will never get to take, but only dream about in our Fantasies !!!

So, where are all these Actors - Actresses, Movie Studio Directors & Producers ???

Evidently they don't give a Flyin Shitttt, rather their movies get seen or Not, is what it appears, which Translates to a major loss in Revenue for the Studio's.

I Think everyone should just BOYCOTT every Hollywood Movie, forever, Quit going to the Movies , since Evidently HOLLYWOOD and the Movie Studio's don't give a damn , than why should we ???

IF anybody has the Money to help these Drive Ins out, to help them show the Hollywood Movies , its the Hollywood Movie Studio's !

They got multi- Millions to Blow on Advertising campaigns and movie promotions and Multi-Millions to Blow on Lousy poorly Talented Actors & Actresses their feeding us now days, which now seem numerious and getting worse every year.

But Hollywood and their Movie Studio Executives can't help out the Drive Ins that Show their Movies ????

Something very Wrong with this "PICTURE" !!!

Hollywood - YOU SUCK !!!

7 likes, 0 dislikes
Posted by Crazy Clown on 09/08/2013 at 6:12 AM

Re: “The Spectacular Now

I consider "(500) Days of Summer" to be the most emotionally honest, perceptive, achingly touching, funny, and entertaining romcom I've seen since "When Harry Met Sally" and "Manhattan!" What impressed me most was how sympathetic and relatable Gordon-Levitt's Tom was, AND how understandable Deschanel's Summer was. I've been in both their characters' situations in real life, the massively heartbroken and the unintentionally disingenuous dumper, and the cast and crew of "(500) Days of Summer" nailed it. It's been four years since the film, and there's still spirited debate between Tom sympathizers, Summer sympathizers, and Tom-and-Summer sympathizers on discussion boards. That bodes well for its potential to stand the test of time and become a pop culture classic if it isn't already.

I don't know anything about the novel "The Spectacular Now," nor actress Shailene Woodley, and sadly wasn't impressed with director Ponsoldt's "Smashed" (slow narrative, unsympathetic characters), but seeing that Scott Neustadter and Michael H. Weber are behind this screenplay was enough to get me VERY interested in this film. It's too bad to hear you found the writing weak. I'll be seeing "The Spectacular Now" to see what the director and writers have done this time, and to check out the lead performances.

0 likes, 1 dislike
Posted by curious on 08/25/2013 at 11:05 AM

Re: “The Way, Way Back

Pleasant, pleasing, but almost immediately forgettable (the film, not the review). Is that summer in a nutshell?

Posted by barkerr on 07/21/2013 at 10:18 AM

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