Review of Avengers: Age of Ultron (Or As I Would Like To Call The Movie, Avengers: Age of Frustration)Posted May 19, 2015 by Christine Kim & filed under Film
The Avengers did quite well for themselves their opening weekend at the box office. The movie grossed $187.6 million which makes it the second highest grossing blockbuster film domestically of all time. The movie definitely had all the right ingredients: big name actors, a large budget, and a wide fan base after the first movie. Even so, the movie miserably failed at creating an entertaining and sensible plot. Disclaimer: Spoilers ahead!
Does Mother’s Day bring out the best in daughters of the notorious Asian Tiger Mom?
“So Chineez” was an ideal episode to wrap up season one of Fresh Off the Boat; not only did it highlight character growth but it opened up an essential dialogue on the issue of authenticity facing many immigrants’ journeys. This episode demonstrated Fresh Off the Boat has the honesty and the ingenuity for Asian-American representation on mainstream television.
While researching her book, Suzanne Ma met many would-be Chinese migrants in Qingtian County in Zhejiang province and decided to follow 17-year-old Ye Pei as she travelled to reunite with her mother in a small town in Italy.
Episode Ten (“Blind Spot”) is a literal love triangle. Jessica Huang’s college ex-boyfriend, Oscar Chow (Rex Lee), is coming to visit—only, Oscar didn’t think he was really dating Jessica. What he was really doing was dating Louis, but Louis thought they were saving money by sharing dessert all the time.