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Pop Screen Love and What’s Underneath

Enjoing what's underneath the journey of life from the piece of Wai until Steve Carell...

Here it is, our very first movie compilation called “Pop Screen”. Projecting our enthusiasm toward cinema, this content is nothing but to share our selected film in particular theme for every edition. Without further ado, just go straight to our hand-picked scene and put it on your watchlist.

Movies are the memories of our lifetime. We need to keep them alive – Martin Scorsese.

The sparks of love are the “Underneath”. No matter how hard life tears you apart, the joy of love will put you together. As a reflection, no matter how violence a movie could be, there’s still love and romance that follow through. Please enjoy our selected movies below.


The Power of Kangwon Province (1998)

A true sight will cross your right on your path. Two frantic souls are met by a tragedy for which they’re gathered after a frustrating-drained marriage.

Personally, Korean movies deserve more attention like any Asian movie. After a breakthrough made by Parasite, you should dig down more of South Korean cinema. A little hint, this film may walk off in a slow motion, please don’t be bored of it cause it’s ended smoothly.

Serpico (1973)

A biographical-crime film starring Al Pacino, Serpico is an idealistic New York cop breaking all the force into pieces for a rooting-filthy scheme. Tearing down all the troops by himself, the undercover cop is having a rough time.

Filmed in a reversed timeline, this film storms out with a dizzy-daze opening which attracts people to watch it over. The figure of Serpico has become a slightly-satire bad-cop-good-cops anecdote in America ever since.

Children of Heaven (1997)

Race for the prize. How big is Ali’s world is a long muddy alley. A slice of the Persian realm is framed by the loss of a tiny pair of dusty shoes and life.

This is my favourite. A simple-family story, not much drama is shown but it will hit you hard. To be honest, this one broke my tears down.

As Tears Go By (1998)

Maggei Cheung and Wong Kar-wai are like Scorese and De Niro, dynamic duo. As we might know is “In the Mood For Love”, this film also deserves more spotlight.

One of many reasons I personally picked this film is because of how much I adore Maggei Cheung. Besides, those who’re familiar with Kar-wai’s work will agree that he has a distinct style of filming, the nature of camera movement, the clean-cut tone which no one has ever done.

40 Year Old Virgin (2005)

A technician guy working on a big-box store, he’s living his life aside from the rave. Enjoying himself within his comic-con cube. Has he ever gotten laid?

Spoiler alert! In the end, Andy (Steve Carell) got himself a lovely woman. Having a bad day? Just watch this hilarious comedy, I guarantee you, LOL isn’t enough.

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