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2 items from 2009


True Blood Recapped: 'My Brother! My Son! He's My Brother And My Son!'

20 July 2009 4:00 PM, PDT | Movieline | See recent Movieline news »

Season 2 Episode 5: "Never Let Me Go"

You know when you really like someone, and just really hit it off, and you can't really put your finger on why, and then they pull you into the woods and turn into Bambi, and you realize that the fact that they spread Lyme disease just like you do is the erotic glue that bonds the two of you together? Well, that's what Sam found out at the start of this week's episode of True Blood, when Daphne revealed she's a shape-shifter too. It really turned Sam on, and be probably would have mounted her had Terry and Arlene not sauntered by and ruined everything. »

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“My Brother In Law Thinks I’m Retarded ...”

3 June 2009 9:26 AM, PDT | Screen Anarchy | See recent Screen Anarchy news »

Jimmy (Hiroshi Watanabe) is 40, divorced, and shares a bunk bed with his 10-year-old nephew. For most men, this state of affairs would be ego-crushing, but Jimmy is strangely unperturbed. Despite an utter lack of social finesse, he embarks on an enthusiastic mission to replace his ex-wife with someone better. Things go horribly wrong when he falls head-over-heels for a younger relative (Lynn Chen) and vows to steal her away from his co-worker Tim (James Kyson Lee). Also starring Nae, Mio Takada, Joy Osmanski, Cathy Shim and newcomer Justin Kwong.

New from the team behind Big Dreams, Little Tokyo, romantic comedy White On Rice is just beginning to turn heads on the festival circuit, and for good reason.  With a killer cast - Watanabe was featured in Letters From Iwo Jima, Mio Takada is a regular on Conan O’Brien, Nae has won the Japanese equivalent of an Academy Award, James Kyson Lee »

- Todd Brown

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