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    Reviews and Previews

    Preview: Angry Birds

    Standard, 23rd April 2016, teo, 0 Comments

    So next month we will finally be graced with the long anticipated Angry Birds movie. I have to mention that it was in fact a friend who reminded me all about it, and since we have decided to make sure that this is a must watch in our cinema list, it would also be worth […]

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    Preview: The Secret Lives of Pets

    Standard, 22nd April 2016, teo, 0 Comments

    From the beginning of this blog, I have been quite preoccupied on covering reviews and pretty much neglected the second half of this category, which is previews. I will be making an effort in the next couple of months to cover animated films that will be coming out, what I take

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    5 Centimetres Per Second

    Standard, 29th March 2016, teo, 0 Comments

    A Shinkai masterpiece and a work that truly perfects his craft. 5 Centimetres Per Second is a touching romance that doubles as a slice of life filled with unrequited love, growing up and regret. 5 Centimetres takes the best elements of Shinaki’s past films and combines them beautifully in an episodic

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    The Place Promised in Our Early Days

    Standard, 27th February 2016, teo, 1 Comment

    Known in Japanese as 雲のむこう、約束の場所 (Kumo no Muko, Yakusoku no Basho) transliterated in english “beyond the clouds, the promised place”. The Place Promised in Our Early Days is Shinkai’s first feature length. Watching it what were my thoughts? Story and Characters The dramatic sci-fi with a blend of romance takes place

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    teaInLondon: Another cup of chai tea at Google 

    Standard, 21st February 2016, teo, 0 Comments

    It has been an insightful week, having meetings with seniors in the advertising industry, spontaneous meet ups and bumping into award-winning chief execs in the animation industry.  God is a master at serendipity.  Despite being in a job that I thought would set me back a bit in my career,

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