Tim Tan Huynh

Movies category

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

Toy Story

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

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

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

The Deer Hunter

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

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

Schindler’s List

7 May 2016 — This movie is timeless for reasons good and bad. Read

Birdman

28 Feb 2016 — The six-year-old in me roots for Michael Keaton; a VHS copy of Tim Burton's Batman is still at my parents' house. I felt more obligated than excited to watch Birdman, but it won me over within five or so minutes. Read

Raging Bull

14 Feb 2016 — The sights and sounds of its boxing scenes are outdated, but like other good movies about boxing, it's not only about boxing. Read

Inside Llewyn Davis

21 Dec 2015 — I've been obsessed with this movie for the past year. Its critical acclaim and limited appeal reflect the plight of the main character. It's depressing and comforting at the same time. Read