Daily Archives: July 2, 2009

Manny Pacquiao in Fight Night Round 4

This past week EA Sports released Fight Night Round 4 featuring Manny Pacquiao. We found a promo video of Manny Pacquiao vs Ricky Hatton below. (Guess who wins in the demo!) Two months ago Manny Pacquiao KO’ed Ricky Hatton in 2nd round. In that post, we said there should be a Pacquiao Punch Out game. This is even better. You can now play as the pound for pound champion. Get motivated with Manny Pacquiao’s Greatest Hits.

Get you copy of Fight Night Round 4 for the PS3 or XBox 360

Manny Pacquiao vs Ricky Hatton Rematch in Fight Night Round 4

Also interesting the producers of Fight Night Round 4 are Asian Canadians. Check out producers Jeff Atienza & Freddy Ouano talk about the video game. BTW – Both producers are Manny Pacquiao fans.

Jabbawockeez talk about Michael Jackson

The Jabbawockeez continue to perform their “P.Y.T.” (Pretty Young Thing) routine from America’s Best Dance Crew while on tour with New Kids on the Block. They talk about Michael Jackson’s influence on many styles of street dance, including breakdancing, popping and locking.

Also see the previous posts: RIP Michael Jackson – King of Pop, Michael Jackson tribute on the 404, Asian American tributes to Michael Jkson, and Dancing Inmate’s Michael Jackson tribute

Jabbawockeez talk about Michael Jackson

2009 Asian Film Festival of Dallas

The 2009 Asian Film Festival of Dallas has the most packed lineup they’ve had in years from July 17 to 29, 2009. They’re bringing you an entire week filled to capacity with music campy to operatic, tears joyful, tears miserable, creepy chills for the hot summer nights, family drama and DRAMA, intense action, mathematical wonder, and cats who make ramen. This year’s festival is earlier in the summer, but positions the festival to show the regional premiere of “Written By”, shortly after its premiere at the 2009 New York Asian Film Festival (NYAFF). Also this year, they didn’t have a call for entries, but look for entries in 2010.

Here’s some other highlights for the 2009 Asian Film Festival of Dallas:

Opening Night – The Beast Stalker

Centerpiece Film – Kimjongilia

Closing Night Ip Man

We’ve seen The Beast Stalker and Ip Man. The Beast Stalker is like an adrenaline rush through the streets of Hong Kong. Awesome ending. Ip Man has martial arts galore with great choreographed kung fu scenes. Other recommendations include All About Dad and You Don’t Know Jack: The Jack Soo Story.

2009 Asian Film Festival of Dallas Trailer