Tim Tan Huynh

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Stella Artois

4 Apr 2015 — The Stella Artois advertising depicts 1960s sophistication and style. The commercials range in simplicity and silliness, but most of them make me wish that I'm there, and I don't even drink beer. Read

Hoop Dreams

27 Mar 2015 — The critically-acclaimed and controversially-overlooked 1994 documentary will be available in Blu-Ray format for the first time. Like a jumpshot that hits the mark, this movie has a release with perfect timing. Read

Snickers – “Basketball” (Patrick Chewing)

18 Feb 2015 — This commercial is memorable because of its short length and slapstick humor. It makes creative use of the featured athlete's competitive persona and literal name as well as the advertised product's distinct logo. Read

To Kill a Mockingbird and its sequel

6 Feb 2015 — The literary world got a proverbial shot in the arm with news of a second Harper Lee book. The book is a big deal because of Ms Lee's long, self-imposed retirement and because it's a sequel to her classic debut. Read

Pulp Fiction

21 Nov 2014 — Quentin Tarantino's important and influential movie turns 20. Its blend of the spectacular and the ordinary, with its nonlinear progression, memorable dialogue, and charismatic performances have made it iconic. Read

Gap – “Golf”

8 Oct 2014 — Nifty camera-work, sexy dancing, and old-school soul make for an awesome commercial. Read

Rubber Factory turns 10

14 Sep 2014 — My favorite album from one of my favorite bands was released 10 years and one week ago. You might've heard one of the songs in a commercial, movie, or show. Read

The Catcher in the Rye diamond jubilee

2 Sep 2014 — JD Salinger's masterpiece turned 60 this year. It was first published on July 16, 1951, but I waited until this time of year to celebrate everybody's favorite scholastic underachiever, Holden Caulfield. (Spoilers) Read