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To those who are offended by our video stalking of Lynn Chen–like the creep who opened up a photo-free account on Facebook to send me this cunty message:
- Jen and I are above criticism and just too damn smart for the rest of you.
- Lynn Chen is about 1,000x hotter than anyone we’ve ever met. That is why she must go down.
- When given the options of “truth” or “dare,” I always choose “dare” because I hate telling secrets and will do just about anything. If you’re going to send me a cunty note, please dare me to sock you in the goddamn face.
- I’m hungry.
- THE VIDEO INTERVIEW WITH LYNN WAS A JOKE. IT WAS A FUCKING JOKE. LYNN IS AN AWESOME SPORT. SHE’S IN ON THE JOKE. BECAUSE IT’S FUNNY. IF YOU DIDN’T GET THE JOKE, YOU MISSED OUT ON A GOOD CHUCKLE. LOOK ALL OVER THE BLOG–JOKES EVERYWHERE. HA HA HA. RELAX.
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When we have babies, we’re going to play them Goh Nakamura‘s music when they’re fussy. Because the Bay Area singer-songwriter’s voice is magic, a hazy brew of soothing, yearning, and melancholy. His songs are about love and life’s little moments, or, as he puts it, “parking tickets, impossible crushes and faraway dreamlands.” And he performs gorgeous duets with ROA cutie Jane Lui. You’ve gotta respect his clever lyrics, too, because how many songwriters are there, really, who can rhyme with “Fibonacci sequence,” as Goh does in the theme song he wrote for White on Rice?
Goh and friends are coming to a city near you this month and next. Click here for dates.
We sat down for an exclusive, intimate interview about a range of topics, like how she got motivated for her Rice role and how she keeps that face so
fucking infuriatingly perfect. Who the hell is that pretty? It’s infuriating. And no, this is not jealousy talking. Shut up. Shut up!
Now go see the movie!
For those of us that didn’t get to see White on Rice while it was collecting raves along the festival circuit, this month’s theatrical release (L.A. friends, see you at the Sunset Laemmle?) is awwwfully exciting.
If you haven’t seen the trailer yet, get ready for a spike of adorable in your bloodstream:
There’s only one thing that seems wrong about the film, which is, um, how distractingly gorgeous female lead Lynn Chen is. Silky skin, perfect bow lips, rosy cheeks, bright and twinkly eyes? Hate her! (Okay, we actually crush on her, but right now our jealousy overrides.)
…but dammit, now all we want to do is watch their purty faces for two hours on the big screen–which reveals the cardinal rule of filmmaking (whoever has told you that the the most important elements are beautiful storytelling or groundbreaking cinematography is lying): every movie is about a million times better with lots of hot chicks.