Ray Wong is the author the novel, The Pacific Between, which won a 2006 IPPY Book Award. He also writes movie reviews for Actors Ink and Talk Entertainment. Other credits include the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Writers Post Journal, the Deepening. As a professional actor, Ray has worked with Julianne Moore, Peter Falk, Sarah Jessica Parker and Rob Marshall in features as well as TV productions.
Are the Oscar nominated-films relevant to today's world?
A humorous look at family and love and self-worth.
A fascinating cautionary tale of love, dreams, excesses and tragedies.
You will be wowed by the quality of the animation and the lighthearted story about love, friendship, and food.
Probably should wait for this on Netflix.
A spectacle that will appeal to fans of graphic novels and fantasy.
I have to admit, I don't think 2006 was a stellar year for films.
Entertaining and crowd-pleasing.
Cliches let us in on the inside jokes in this cautionary fairytale.
You won't be disappointed with this hilarious, raunchy, rowdy comedy