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SGNEWWAVE PRESENTS: THE IRON GIANT (1999)

Here’s a film from Brad Bird, well known director of some of the coolest animated films ever, The Incredibles and Ratatouille, as well as the latest science fiction flop Tomorrowland. We at SGNewwave had the pleasure of screening his first film, The Iron Giant, a bright film which has held the hearts of many indie fans […]

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What Time Is It There? (2001)

What Time Is It There? directed by Tsai Ming-Liang is a quirky tale about 3 interrelated lonely people in Taipei and Paris. This may seem like a traditional love story, but the film’s central idea is about obsession. In Taipei, Hsiao-kang’s father has passed away and his mother misses him. Meanwhile, Hsiao-kang meets a girl on a […]

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Lost in Translation (2003)

“Let’s never come here again because it would never be as much fun.” Lost in Translation (2003), as its title suggests, is not a film that can be put precisely into words. It is an experience, a slice of life, or transience, however you choose to call it. The film is fairly void of narrative […]

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SGNewWave presents: Grease (1978)

The plot of Grease is simple: girl meets boy meets some summer lovin’, summer ends, they separate, and gasp, they’re in the same school! Add generous amounts of teenage insecurity and peer pressure and you’ve got Grease. Not to say it isn’t a terrific movie, because it is. Even if you’re not a musical nerd, […]

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SGNEWWAVE PRESENTS: THE SOUND OF MUSIC (1965)

From the famous opening number, breath-taking scenes of sweeping across the Austrian landscape to its intense conclusion, The Sound of Music is a beautiful adaptation of the Rogers and Hammerstein musical, timeless, aging just as elegantly as its star Julie Andrews. Brilliantly adapted for the silver screen, the Tony award winning musical is refreshingly re-explored […]

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