Tim Tan Huynh

Movies category

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 The Big Lebowski

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 The Umbrellas of Cherbourg

Once Upon a Time in Hollywood

1 Sep 2019 — Quentin Tarantino's latest movie is the film equivalent of Don MacLean's "American Pie." It revolves around a well-known and tragic event that, in the eyes of the creator, has marked the end of a special era. Read Once Upon a Time in Hollywood

Miracle

9 Feb 2018 — I don't like the sentimentality, but I do like the authenticity in this movie about a beloved moment in American sports history. Read Miracle

Ghost World

30 Dec 2016 — This early-2000s indie movie is an adaptation of a late-1990s graphic novel that has a timeless story about teen angst and tenuous friendship. Read Ghost World

Toy Story

23 Nov 2016 — This classic and historic animated movie has forever changed its industry. Read Toy Story

Aliens and Terminator 2: Judgement Day

1 Nov 2016 — These beloved sci-fi movies combine action and suspense. They also work as horror movies: the basis of each story is the protagonists' isolated struggle to survive against now-iconic monsters. Read Aliens and Terminator 2: Judgement Day

Chi-Raq

20 Sep 2016 — This modern re-imagining of a classical play is disappointing, but its subject matter is topical and thought-provoking. Read Chi-Raq

The Deer Hunter

30 May 2016 — The 1979 Oscar winner for Best Picture is epic and, surprisingly, understated. Read The Deer Hunter

Top Gun

16 May 2016 — Thirty years after its release, this movie has proven to be both an effective recruiting tool and an enduring cultural icon. Read Top Gun