Movies perfect for sneaking in that first kiss on Valentine’s Day

Feb 13th, 2019 Asian Cinema, Drama, GV Exclusive, Romance, Teens Rachel Chan 7 min read

Are you planning to kiss your date for the first time on Valentine’s Day? No need to be shy, we’ll teach you how to go about doing it. First step: Catch a romantic movie. Now, the setting is important too. In which cinema should you create this monumental memory? You don’t want your elbow to be touching someone else who is probably snogging their date…

5 manga male leads like Naoki Irie we wish were real

Feb 12th, 2019 Asian Cinema, Romance, Teens Kimberly Lim 9 min read

When Valentine’s Day rolls around, we can only hope we’ll be basking in love. For coupled individuals, congratulations. For singletons, we can always rely on good old fantasy. A good source of make-believe romance — mangas. These Japanese manga artists have a knack of making our hearts flutter. The leading man often comes with a chiselled face and physique. Almost always, he has an enviable talent…

Emmet and Rex Dangervest

Five toy stories that ‘The Lego Movie 2’ fans can deconstruct

Feb 8th, 2019 Action, Adventure, Animation, Child-friendly, Superheroes, Teens Andre Teh 13 min read

Kids and AFOLs (Adult Fans of Lego), you’re in for more block-buster entertainment this month with Warner Bros’ new animated flick The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part! The sequel to the Oscar-nominated (Best Original Song for Everything Is Awesome) The Lego Movie sees Emmet Brickowski (Chris Pratt) and the heroes of Bricksburg face a new threat: space invaders. When Lucy (Elizabeth Banks), Batman (Will Arnett),…

Movies at the cinema in February 2019

Dong dong dong dong qiang! We are counting down the days as we usher in the pig year this Chinese New Year, followed by Valentine’s Day the week after! Apart from the fun-filled comedies and romantic dramas, don’t miss the two local films this month, Jack Neo’s Killer Not Stupid and Han Yew Kwang’s When Ghost Meets Zombie. In addition, awards season is about to culminate…

Grindelwald (Johnny Depp) in Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald. Credit: Warner Bros Pictures

Ever noticed how Gellert Grindelwald and Harry Potter are eerily similar?

Nov 14th, 2018 Action, Adventure, Drama, Fantasy, Teens Marcus Goh 11 min read

The biggest, baddest wizard in the magical world was Voldemort – but before he came along, a sinister villain known as Grindelwald terrorised the wizard world. Grindelwald is the chief nemesis of the Fantastic Beasts series. But unlike Voldemort – the typical villainous overlord who rules on high – Grindelwald had an intense, personal relationship with Dumbledore. He was a friend (or even more), before…

Movies at the cinema in October 2018

As we inch closer to Halloween this October, get ready for a wide range of spooky films, from blood-curdling slasher films to beloved sequels. It’s time to bust out the popcorn and Halloween candies for thriller movie nights! For the less gutsy moviegoers, don’t miss the blockbusters and comedies this month, along with a couple of critically-acclaimed films that have been getting some Oscar buzz…

Teen Titans Go! To The Movies. Credit: Golden Village Cinemas

Teen Titans vs other Superhero Teams – which would win?

Sep 3rd, 2018 Action, Adventure, Animation, Child-friendly, Comedy, Fantasy, Science Fiction, Superheroes, Teens Marcus Goh 17 min read

If you’re a true DC fan, you probably dig one of their longest running animated series – Teen Titans! First debuting in 2003, the show ran for five seasons and a movie (Teen Titans: Trouble in Tokyo), before returning as a more kid-friendly version, Teen Titans Go! – which has also spawned five seasons and their lat est movie, Teen Titans Go! To The Movies!…

‘The Darkest Minds’ director on her live-action debut, diversity and strong women

Aug 2nd, 2018 Action, Teens, Thriller Elaine Lipworth 17 min read

Director Jennifer Yuh Nelson sits down for an interview about The Darkest Minds, a thrilling, romantic and uplifting adventure film starring Amandla Stenberg in the leading role. The film marks Yuh Nelson’s first venture into live-action; she is already an acclaimed director of animated movies. The Darkest Minds is set in a very near future society where most of the nation’s children have perished – victims of a terrible disease. The surviving children are considered to be dangerous Enemies of the State because they possess…

Movies at the cinema in August 2018

August is Singapore’s birthday month and rightly so, all eyes will be on us when a certain Hollywood blockbuster set in Singapore opens. If you don’t know what I’m talking about yet, read on for that, as well as a rundown of movies in August we think you should watch.   The Darkest Minds Release Date: August 2, 2018 Cast: Amandla Stenberg, Mandy Moore, Gwendoline…

Adrift. Credit: Golden Village Cinemas

Which is your favourite onscreen Young Adult couple?

May 29th, 2018 Drama, Romance, Teens Marcus Goh 10 min read

You can be considered a young adult from as early as 18 years old – but did you know that you could still be classified as one all the way until 39? Depending on the classification criteria used, a person can be considered a young adult from 18 to anywhere from 35 to 39. Jennifer Lawrence herself was just 21 when she first starred in…