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Friday, January 4, 2008

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10 best* films of 2007: Introduction

Thinking back on the year, there were many great films, some aesthetically classic (Atonement, Michael Clayton), others incredibly avante garde (I’m Not There, Inland Empire) but it was the grotesque (Eastern Promises, Bug) and the nihilistic (No Country For Old Men, Zodiac) that left the biggest impression on me. And then through it all was this cute little hipster beam of light called Juno, which seemed to be (for the first 15 minutes, anyway) an annoying little kitch-tastic piece of self aware “coolness” ala Napoleon Dynamite. But it permeated the dark films of the year to emerge as one of the more insightful, sweet, and hilarious films of 2007. There were other great comedies, all-timers, in the vein of Caddyshack and Stripes. I am speaking of Judd Apatow’s trilogy (Superbad, Knocked Up, and Walk Hard) of films of course, the best being Knocked Up, although somewhat of a pop culture fairy tale it is surprisingly sweet and hilariously grotesque in its own right. Superbad may have been a little more insightful, but it also seems more along the lines of Enchanted, because well, there’s a reason why fat pop culture nerds like myself like Apatow’s films: guys like us get the really hot girls. And not to be outdone (or forgotten) is Brad Bird’s Ratatouille, reminding me that animated films can still be held up against almost anything. The documentary was back this year with No End in Sight and Into Great Silence, being two of the best film experiences of the year (especially the latter).

It was also a disappointing year for Wes Anderson. It’s a bad sign when the short film you’ve made is better than the feature film you have made. I was really looking forward to The Darjeeling Limited, but I felt empty after leaving the theater. Also, hello Steven Soderbergh, can you please get back to making real movies. Last year’s Bubble was your best since Out of Sight; please stop with the Ocean movies. Thank you.

It was a great year for films though, so let’s get on with it.

*One caveat: I reserve the right to add in There Will Be Blood at a later time if I find it should have a place on this list. Living in Salem the film has not yet reached my tiny home city (it's not even playing in Portland), so I will have to retroactively place it within the top 10 if I think it deserves a spot (and based on my prior feelings towards PTA's films, I have big hopes for TWBB). There are also a slew of foreign films and other smaller films making the limited city run right now that I haven't gotten a chance to see. I am not a film critic, but merely a film I can only see what I have time for. You will note (perhaps) some obvious omissions to the list because I just haven't gotten out to see everything I would like to.

Thoughts Become Things

Thoughts do become things I know that for sure but when I clicked over to yesterday I had no idea that my dreams of being on their front page would come true so quickly! Yay! I even took a screen capture to hold onto the fame for more than 15 minutes. Thank you and thanks to my amazing photographer!

Plenty of horn tooting going on around here. Lots of hugging and jumping for joy, Masao even peeled me a fresh, juicy mikan to celebrate (I asked for cake I got citrus!)

Thursday, January 3, 2008

Winter Bliss

This winter in Tokyo has been particularly stunning. Tokyo is known for it's crisp winters with brilliant blue skies, but the warmth of the glowing sun this year is such a treasure. Each morning we wake up with the sun beaming in through our bedroom window, look at the sun, look at each other and usually blurt out something like, "Another gorgeous day!" Great start to the day really!

The sun and warmth has meant lots of hooping in the park. Which I am filled with happiness about.

Masao has a new (huge, heavy and super powered looking) lens for his camera and I have got some new hoop moves. We put them together yesterday, Masao got to practice his action shots and I got to practice my actions. A perfect team!





Lots more of Masao's pics at my sushi zume flickr

Happy Hoot Year!

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Wednesday, January 2, 2008

Happy New Year!

This year, HG and I spent new years with friends in possibly one of the crowdiest places in Hong Kong- Lan Kwai Fong (above)- where we wowed along with the crowd at the little bits of fireworks we saw between buildings and counted along to what we thought was 5, 4, 3, 2, 1 (We are still not sure... someone really should put a ball up somewhere so we'd know when to count!). Over all we had a lot of fun and took lots of pictures in our unintentionally matching outfits. I was in my Express red dress with a black cover up and HG was in her FCUK purple dress with a white furry cover up- we could not have planned it better ourselves!
Reflecting on the last year, we'd like to thank our readers, friends and family for their continued support of I am Fashion. It has been a hectic and exciting year both personally and fashionably (what with the ever changing shapes, siloheuttes and lengths!) and knowing that there are people out there who shares our passion means the world to us. Many have also expressed interest in the background of our blog and us- so sweet of you all!

Hence, in honor of the new year, we are going to revamp our Behind the Fashion Scenes page (FINALLY).
In addition to a few other things, the About the Site section is going to be updated to include more information on I am Fashion and to answer any questions YOU have about our site and us! So don't be shy and post your questions in the commentary below and we promise to try to answer everything the best we can. And if you ARE shy, shoot us the questions at with the heading "Behind the Fashion Scene" asap. We can't wait to hear your questions!

Happy 2008 Everyone!

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Tuesday, January 1, 2008

Akemashite Omedetou (Happy Year Year)

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The first day of 2008 was a relaxing and happy one. Visiting Masao's family and friends, we were spoiled and pampered all day. What a gorgeous way to start the year.

Happy New Year!

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