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Movie Review: Along With The Gods: The Two Worlds

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Yesterday marked the first day of the year I watched a movie in the theatres. A movie I’ve been waiting to watch since 2017 and got me more hyped when it did really well in its home country, South Korea. That movie is Along With The Gods: The Two Worlds or 신과함께 -죄와 벌 

In South Korea, the movie did so well and achieved 10 million admissions in just 15 days. In Taiwan, the film overtook Train To Busan to become the highest-grossing Korean film in the country ever, which is a big deal knowing how huge Train To Busan was.

It got me so excited to finally watch the movie yesterday with my colleagues and boy, it was one of the best movie nights I have ever organized.

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Movie Review: 더킹 (The King)

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Second movie in a day. Wow, that must be a first for me. I was inspired by one of my fave idols, Do Kyungsoo (who is also an actor), watching 5 movies in one day. If he, with a hectic schedule of his, can watch 5 movies in a day, I should be able to. Right? Oh well, I’m trying.

The second movie that I watched is said to be one of the best movies to come out this year. So, I decided to give it a try. I don’t regret that decision at all.

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Movie Review: Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon: Sword of Destiny

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This week, there wasn’t any movie I was interested to watch (okay, actually there was one – a Korean movie called The Villainess, which sounds really badass from the synopsis, but the movie is shown at limited theatres and it’s slightly further from my house and I’m just too lazy okay!). So I decided to check out my Netflix account on my awesome smart TV to see if there’s anything remotely interesting to watch in there and I remembered I wanted to watch Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon: Sword of Destiny. So here I am, two hours later, reviewing it.

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Movie Review: Spiderman: Homecoming

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I’m backkkkkkkk! And why does it feel like everytime I’m back, WordPress decides to change its blogging layout that makes me just feel… odd?

Anyway, what a good movie to come back to writing reviews to… Spiderman: Homecoming. Geddit? Anywho… I had doubts about this movie before it even started shooting because just how many adaptations of the famed webby superhero does anyone need? But after watching the movie, I take it back. I’m sorry, Tom Holland, for doubting you *insert sad-face emoji*

On to my review…

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Movie Review: 카트 (Cart)

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I have not been writing for quite a while, have I? No excuses there except I have Korean Language class every weekend and decide to spend some quality time with family on top of all the fangirling I was doing on the side. And my job.

Excuses aside, I decided to start writing reviews again. But since I am currently obsessed with Do Kyungsoo, who is also known as D.O. from a K-Pop group called EXO, I decided to watch his acting debut in this movie called 카트 (Cart) in 2014, which received raving reviews from critics both for the movie and the newbie’s acting.

But what do I think? It’s all under the cut.

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Movie Review: Resident Evil: The Final Chapter

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Let me first be honest: I’ve never watched Resident Evil before. I’ve heard of it, thought nothing of it and never watched it. I’ve never been a big fan of this kind of movies. I’ve heard of the game and I’m pretty sure I’ve watched some Let’s Play videos of it on YouTube but I guess I never really was interested in the franchise.

But why did I still watch it? Because of a Korean actor named Lee Joon-Ki who played his first Hollywood role in the movie. The things I do for my oppas. Tee-hee!

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Movie Review: 마스터 (Master)

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When I was looking through the list of movies coming out this week in Singapore late last year, I was disappointed on how horrible the movies were. I mean, there’s the “94% Rotten Tomatoes”-rated Arrival but I have had enough of aliens invading earth and the impending doom that the idea of stepping into the cinema this week seems depressing.

Then, came the saviour – 마스터 (Master), a Korean movie starring Kang Dong-Won, Lee Byung-Hun and Kim Woo-bin. The casting sounds impressive already so I decided to give this a shot. And boy, I didn’t regret it at all.

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