Tim Tan Huynh

Hiroshima and Nagasaki

6 Aug 2020 — On this day 75 years ago, an atomic bomb was dropped on Hiroshima, Japan. Three days later, another one was dropped on Nagasaki, Japan. The end of the Second World War followed. Read

Fictional Dystopias and The Last of Us

28 Jul 2020 — Their movie adaptations weren't blockbusters, but these two novels indirectly inspired one of the most popular, if overrated, video games of the past decade. I have read them. Read

Nike – “Write the Future”

4 Jul 2020 — Big-budget visuals, notable cameos, and over-the-top scenarios make this World Cup commercial a classic. Read

The Big Lebowski

29 Jun 2020 — This movie has a cult following, both figuratively and literally. I'm not going to become a full-fledged Dudeist, but I have enjoyed watching the Dude's misadventure. Read

On the Road

15 Jun 2020 — This 1957 novel is hailed as a literary classic and cultural landmark, but it's not something that I've enjoyed reading from start to finish. Read

The Umbrellas of Cherbourg

3 Jun 2020 — This 1964 movie directed by Jacques Demy is sung entirely in French, but its appeal is universal. Read

Brothers turns 10

18 May 2020 — Released on 18 May 2010, this album became a commercial and critical breakthrough for the rock duo from Akron, Ohio. Read

Lonely Hearts Club 2020

18 Feb 2020 — Some unexpected, and mostly positive, things in the world of entertainment have made this Valentine's Day weekend somewhat noteworthy. Read

Assassin’s Creed II

26 Dec 2019 — This historically-themed, sci-fi adventure was released on 17 November 2009 and it became an immediate hit. Beautiful presentation, larger-than-life-characters, and varied gameplay are its best features. Read

Fade to the Endzone

13 Oct 2019 — My interest in football has been on a downward trajectory like so many lobbed passes. Read