Miffa Chan


Katanga’s Reflections (Reflejos)
September 25, 2008, 8:27 am
Filed under: Barcelona, Editorial, Movies

Yesterday it was a major holiday in Barcelona: La Mercè. For the first time since I live here we didn’t do anything special, in fact we remained at home all day. Ok, Father Bunny was in the mood for an early run but this is nothing special to take into account. I think that we are only in the mood to discover Barcelona’s attractions when we have guests.

I went with my father to grab the newspaper and I discovered that my friend Katanga – and the only human who is a member of the Supreme Council- i
s the producer and director of Kiefer Sutherland’s new movie: Mirrors (Reflejos in Spanish).

Yes, I know that in the movie she is not credited in any place. But believe me when I say that if the movie, or at least the visual effects are not supervised by her, the “Reflections” will be lame photoshop filters done by underpaid inexperienced people.

Please read the sentence: El mal se esconde al otro lado – Evil hides in the other side.

Evil hides on reflections!!
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Katanga’s Reflections (Reflejos)
September 25, 2008, 8:27 am
Filed under: Barcelona, Editorial, Movies

Yesterday it was a major holiday in Barcelona: La Mercè. For the first time since I live here we didn’t do anything special, in fact we remained at home all day. Ok, Father Bunny was in the mood for an early run but this is nothing special to take into account. I think that we are only in the mood to discover Barcelona’s attractions when we have guests.

I went with my father to grab the newspaper and I discovered that my friend Katanga – and the only human who is a member of the Supreme Council- i
s the producer and director of Kiefer Sutherland’s new movie: Mirrors (Reflejos in Spanish).

Yes, I know that in the movie she is not credited in any place. But believe me when I say that if the movie, or at least the visual effects are not supervised by her, the “Reflections” will be lame photoshop filters done by underpaid inexperienced people.

Please read the sentence: El mal se esconde al otro lado – Evil hides in the other side.

Evil hides on reflections!!


Yes, I did it, I watched Miami Vice, the movie.
October 17, 2006, 3:31 pm
Filed under: Movies
Fortunately Father Bunny convinced Mother Bunny several weeks ago and they went to the cinema to watch that movie while I was at home.

But unfortunately Father Bunny “got” the DVD and a couple of weeks ago I was “forced” to watch it.

You, my fans, know that I’ve been busy those past weeks so… ¿Can you imagine flying from Punta Cana just to end watching this movie with my Father? So is life – he will say…

Ok. The movie. Well, I must admit that Mr. Mann had and has his own peculiar style. During the 80’s his video clip, advertising, formula was a hit. Lately his hyper mega reality action scenes, as seen in Heat and Collateral, were a nice evolution from the slow motion scenes we saw in Miami Vice.

I must say that event the best action movie directors can be boring after a couple of films (Who was Jonh Woo and who us now after all those pigeons coming and that Mexican standings)

But still Mann is one of the best movie director mixing music and action. And some of his art can be watched in this movie…

The movie is “neither fish nor flesh” aka “poor” if you compare it with the original TV series characters were funnier and deeper, a cool & fun atmosphere were there and more people and less technology were there.

Sonny Crocket was a nice bastard, and now is a puppy with mules, and Ricardo, once the funny guy from Jamaica, is a fucking shooter trained in boat riding and high speed driving.

· Hell, they drive f430, M6, use high tech from the FBI and CIA, ride carbon
fiber boats, pilot planes….

¿How much the Miami Police is paying them?

A Chinese girl – they now where the big market is- starring, a guy from Galicia as the bad Calderone –who is reading some new from the owner of Inditex- and stupid thing about boats with the navigation lights just the other way around (left is red and right is green), and some extra items make that the overall juice will be just: Fair.

Some action scenes are cool but that’s it. We have seen them a lot of time in a fucking Frankenheimer film.

PS: don’t miss the video.
PS1: that thing, even nowadays it cost about 60.000 euro and can move you about 40-60 knots!
PS2: that thing uses 150 to 300 litres in 100 miles.



Yes, I did it, I watched Miami Vice, the movie.
October 17, 2006, 3:31 pm
Filed under: Movies
Fortunately Father Bunny convinced Mother Bunny several weeks ago and they went to the cinema to watch that movie while I was at home.

But unfortunately Father Bunny “got” the DVD and a couple of weeks ago I was “forced” to watch it.

You, my fans, know that I’ve been busy those past weeks so… ¿Can you imagine flying from Punta Cana just to end watching this movie with my Father? So is life – he will say…

Ok. The movie. Well, I must admit that Mr. Mann had and has his own peculiar style. During the 80’s his video clip, advertising, formula was a hit. Lately his hyper mega reality action scenes, as seen in Heat and Collateral, were a nice evolution from the slow motion scenes we saw in Miami Vice.

I must say that event the best action movie directors can be boring after a couple of films (Who was Jonh Woo and who us now after all those pigeons coming and that Mexican standings)

But still Mann is one of the best movie director mixing music and action. And some of his art can be watched in this movie…

The movie is “neither fish nor flesh” aka “poor” if you compare it with the original TV series characters were funnier and deeper, a cool & fun atmosphere were there and more people and less technology were there.

Sonny Crocket was a nice bastard, and now is a puppy with mules, and Ricardo, once the funny guy from Jamaica, is a fucking shooter trained in boat riding and high speed driving.

· Hell, they drive f430, M6, use high tech from the FBI and CIA, ride carbon
fiber boats, pilot planes….

¿How much the Miami Police is paying them?

A Chinese girl – they now where the big market is- starring, a guy from Galicia as the bad Calderone –who is reading some new from the owner of Inditex- and stupid thing about boats with the navigation lights just the other way around (left is red and right is green), and some extra items make that the overall juice will be just: Fair.

Some action scenes are cool but that’s it. We have seen them a lot of time in a fucking Frankenheimer film.

PS: don’t miss the video.
PS1: that thing, even nowadays it cost about 60.000 euro and can move you about 40-60 knots!
PS2: that thing uses 150 to 300 litres in 100 miles.