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RACIST CHINESE BOY IN CINEMA: I DON'T WANT SIT BESIDE MALAY PEOPLE

I am that guy that was in the cinema theater before you. I wanted to watch Star Wars: The Force Awakens, but hated crowds, so I decided to watch later. I am that guy who your son (who could not have been more than 10) didn't want to sit beside, because he said: "I don't want to sit beside Malay people". I am that guy who was shaking in so much anger that he could not enjoy the first ten minutes of the movie because there was a part of him that just wanted to go over and pour his drink over the boy.

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HK ACTRESS STRIPPED FOR DIRECTOR TO GET ROLE

Former Miss Hong Kong 2009 contestant Candy Yuen recently made headlines after nude footage of her in her latest film "The Gigolo" was leaked. The 30-year-old actress is hoping that she can make a name for herself with this film, reported DramaNewsNetwork.

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FIFTY SHADES OF GREY MOVIE BANNED IN MALAYSIA FOR BEING "MORE PORN THAN MOVIE"

Malaysia's Film Censorship Board (LPF) has banned the movie, "Fifty Shades of Grey" for being "more porn than movie", according to The Star today, 4 February. Mr Abdul Halim Abdul Hamid, the chairman of the board, has reportedly said the portrayal of certain sex scenes in the movie, such as acts of sado-masochism and bondage, was "not of natural sexual content".

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S'PORE ACTOR LIM KAY TONG TO PLAY AS LEE KUAN YEW IN 1965 MOVIE

It’s official. Local veteran thespian Lim Kay Tong will be playing Singapore’s founding father and first Prime Minister Lee Kuan Yew in the upcoming SG50 film 1965. After an extensive two-year search and speaking to almost 20 people, including local actor-turned-Hollywood mainstay Chin Han, the much speculated role has finally been filled. The 60-year-old Lim, who has starred in local stage and television shows as well as BBC productions and Hollywood films such as Shanghai Surprise, had been always been tipped as a front-runner for the role.

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MOVIE REVIEW: THE LION MEN (2014)

If you're not familiar with Lion Dance, you might be entertained. But for your average Singaporean who has seen Lion Dance his whole life, there's nothing new here. There's no insight into the life, training or business of Lion Dance. It's all cartoonish troupe rivalries and melodramatic posturings about the purity of traditional Lion Dance versus modern fusion. Basically transplanted tropes from a hundred Hollywood movies.

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Movie Review: RoboCop

A cop gets so badly hurt that it almost requires his whole body to get replaced by cyborg parts — no, this isn’t 1987 again, but the remake of the cult sci-fi movie RoboCop. The movie’s been modernised and made relevant for today’s age, but is the new RoboCop able to stand on its own two legs?

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