Take Me To The Moon (帶我去月球) is a film based on the famous song by Chang Yu Sheng, regarded as one of the greatest singers in Mandarin music history and is made to celebrate his 20th death anniversary (1997). Jasper Liu and Vivian Sung lead other actors in a music band and our hero is given a chance to right a wrong of the past through time-travel. In the past, our heroine is the lead singer of the group and harbors dreams of becoming a big star. Seeing his crush’s blooming dream, our hero encourages her to participate in an audition, which has disastrous outcomes. Oh.. Oh…. Oh? Why!
Being a girl is hard, but being a woman is much harder. We might not feel older in the slightest but the biological clock on our eggs is real. In the upcoming romantic Taiwanese movie, My Egg Boy (我的蛋男情人), starring Ariel Lin and British-Taiwanese actor Rhydian Vaughn, the story follows our heroine as she deals with the issues of fertility and love is no where in sight. Freezing her eggs then becomes a viable option.
From the team who created the widely popular You’re the Apple In My Eye, At Cafe 6 (六弄咖啡馆) is adapted from the novel written by Teng Jing Shu and hopes to follow the same success as its elder sibling with the same youthful folly and discovery of complicated feelings. I know I grumble a lot when they produce dozens of youth-themed movies every year, but I always fall for them when promotional materials roll out because everyone looks so darn cute! I’m weak to cuteness. xD Moreover, what is not to love when these rising new talents get a chance to flex their acting skills unabashedly?
OH HO! Once upon a time, our girl was chasing after the smartest alien on earth, doing awkward kissing scenes, and now look at her! As if being stuck in between Vic and Bolin in Go Lala Go 2 isn’t enough, she has entangled in another movie, 234 Say I Love You(Another Woman), with two hunks – Eric Qin Hao and Jolin Chien. This film kinda went under the radar… until its official release day….which is today 10/23/15. Lol.
It’s been a long time since I squee this hard over the stills of a movie alone. SO MUCH CUTENESS abounds in this upcoming Taiwanese youth movie, Our Times, starring a wagon of fresh faces in a story we are well acquainted with in recent cinema trend – the highs and lows of emotional upheavals during those teenage years (here it is the 1990s), enhanced by prickly hormones and physical body changes. HA. At this point, Jerry Yan, Chen Qiao En, and Andy Lau‘s cameos are just icing on the top because the real stars are the sprouting seeds ready to blossom!