Justin Chon

TV Review: Pachinko, 1X8, “Chapter Eight”

Sunja learns that Isak has been arrested and searches for him with the aid of her young son. Solomon makes a fateful decision.

9 Amazing

TV Review: Pachinko 1×6: ‘Chapter Six’

Sunja goes into premature labor while Isak grapples with a political awakening. Solomon finds Hana, his long-lost love.

9 Amazing

TV Review: Pachikno 1×5 ‘Chapter Five’

As she arrives in Japan with her husband, Sunja must depend on the help of others. Solomon copes with the aftermath of his deal.

8 Great

TV Review: ‘Pachinko’ 1×4 – ‘Chapter Four’

Newlywed Sunja embarks on an epic journey that takes her far from the comforts of home. Solomon gets ready for his big day.

8.5 Great

TV Review: Pachinko 1×1 “Chapter One”

Based on the New York Times bestseller, this sweeping saga chronicles the hopes and dreams of a Korean immigrant family across four generations as they leave their homeland in an indomitable quest to ...

7.5 Good

‘Blue Bayou’ Interview: Justin Chon On Embracing and Difficult Themes

I recently had an opportunity to chat with Justin Chon, the actor-turned-filmmaker. Chon previous two films, Gook and Ms. Purple received rave reviews from critics and were some of the most talked-abo...

In-House Reviews: The Eyes of Tammy Faye, Copshop, Blue Bayou, and More!

Aaron Neuwirth has new reviews for The Eyes of Tammy Faye, Copshop, Blue Bayou, The Card Counter, and Mogul Mowgli.

Ms. Purple

Sundance 2019: Ms. Purple Review – It’s Family, Man

Justin Chon starred in Seoul Searching which premiered at Sundance in 2015. In 2017 his second film as director, Gook, played the fest. Now he’s back with Ms. Purple, an equally personal story from a ...

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