Dino-Ray Ramos is a entertainment writer that watches too much TV and enjoys good and bad movies. He has a critical eye for movies and television, which meaning he likes to make fun of it all — but enjoys making a fool of himself the most. He can inhale a burrito in a little under five minutes, is awkward, enjoys inappropriate humor and is nerdy for comedy — so much that he thinks he imagines that he is funny on his Twitter account. Occasionally, he lends his magical powers to websites such as AfterElton.com, DivineCaroline.com and OKGorgeous. He has also contributed to the Oakland Tribune, San Francisco Chronicle and surprisingly, his work still exist in print as a pop culture columnist for Hyphen Magazine. You can also see him doing his best impression of an Asian Donahue (or Sally Jessy Raphael) when he is moderating post-screening Q&As with famous people. With charming desperation and need to be loved, he is always looking to contribute to other publications.
Is it me, or have I been blogging A LOT about John Cho lately? I think I have been. For the record, I admire his work, but I am in no way an obsessive fan. I just want to be best friends with him. For...Read More
Neil Patrick Harris, (from left) Kal Penn and John Cho reprise their roles in this Harold and Kumar follow-up Three words: An emo Harold. Three more words: Neil Patrick Harris. Three more words: Explo...Read More
Yesterday after the Harold & Kumar Escape from Guantanamo Bay screening, actor John Cho was nice enough to do a Q&A with the audience. I felt special because I already interviewed him one-on...Read More
PHOTO CREDIT: Philip Koller/GOOD PRAYERS LLC For the San Francisco International Asian American Film Festival’s (that is a mouthful) opening night, I made my way to the Castro Theatre where I wa...Read More
I am a fan of film. I also happen to be Asian American. That said, to support my brethren and some great motion pictures, I am going to do some postings on the San Francisco International Asian Americ...Read More
I am a frequenter of BART (a.k.a. Bay Area Rapid Transit). That said, I see a lot of interesting things. A while back, I was sitting on BART on my way home when a drunken man approached a fairly decen...Read More