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Lee Joongi’s 2005 The King And The Clown Is A Lot Sadder Than Expected

Only being 15 years late to this legendary historical box-hit which was also South Korea's official submission for the 2006 Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film, we are finally here today to share some thoughts about it. So, in a random impulsive act of being overworked and wanting to watch something that's not a… Continue reading Lee Joongi’s 2005 The King And The Clown Is A Lot Sadder Than Expected

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Pipeline Gives You Exactly What You Need – Action, Comedy and Hot Men

Much anticipated action comedy Pipeline starring Seo Inguk and Lee Soohyuk is finally here and marking their 3rd project together, including this year's Doom At Your Service. With a cast like that, Pipeline found itself high on our to-watch list and today we share our review for it. We have been waiting for Pipeline to… Continue reading Pipeline Gives You Exactly What You Need – Action, Comedy and Hot Men

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Sweet And Sour Wastes Its Talented Cast On A Horrible Script

With Jang Kiyong, Chae Soobin and Krystal in the lead roles Sweet And Sour had everything going for it but sadly the script lets them down. Welcome to another episode of “Lina wonders how this script was made into a movie and wasn't left in the drawer.” Honestly, how are some of these scripts even… Continue reading Sweet And Sour Wastes Its Talented Cast On A Horrible Script

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Kingdom: Ashin Of The North Is A Sidequel That Outshines The Original

Netflix released a sidequel to the Zombie success Kingdom with Gianna Jun as Ashin in Kingdom: Ashin Of The North. The special episode delivers more than expected and makes me forget the horrible second season of the show. Full disclosure, I do not remember when Kingdom Season 2 finished. I have no recollection of that… Continue reading Kingdom: Ashin Of The North Is A Sidequel That Outshines The Original

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Mission: Possible Shows What A Good Action Comedy Looks Like

Mission: Possible was one of the 2021 movies I was most looking forward to based on its interesting plot and great cast. I have great news today if you were interested too - the movie did not disappoint. Mission: Possible came to me right at the perfect time - after a long day of working… Continue reading Mission: Possible Shows What A Good Action Comedy Looks Like

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0.0MHz Is Both Disturbing And Hilariously Bad

It's about time I checked out the often mentioned horror flick starring APINK's Eunji and INFINITE's Sungyeol but the harsh truth is that not even their acting could've saved the plot of this movie. Beware, this will not be a positive review of 0.0MHz unless we're speaking of Sungyeol who honesty ate everyone's acting up… Continue reading 0.0MHz Is Both Disturbing And Hilariously Bad

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Sci-Fi Blockbuster Seo Bok Proves What We Already Know – Human Cruelty Will Always Exist

Originally planned for December last year, sci-fi action Seo Bok starring major acting names Park Bogum and Gong Yoo is finally here and it's quite a ride. I jumped on the first opportunity to watch this movie as it was one of those which we were all highly anticipating, and the high budget of the… Continue reading Sci-Fi Blockbuster Seo Bok Proves What We Already Know – Human Cruelty Will Always Exist

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New Year Blues Is The Feel-Good Movie We All Needed

New Year Blues is one of the most recent and most talked about movies in my drama/movie circles and for a reason - it has a great cast and a plot which promises a lot of heart warming moments. New Year Blues came at the perfect time for me, right amidst so much work and… Continue reading New Year Blues Is The Feel-Good Movie We All Needed

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Why Was This So Sad, I Wanted Fluff – Tune In For Love 

Tune In For Love is a movie from 2019 starring Jung Haein and Kim Goeun and yet again the guy just disappears on our poor female lead. What is it with Geoun and guys just vanishing? This movie has been staring at me for a while on my Netflix list and I finally started to… Continue reading Why Was This So Sad, I Wanted Fluff – Tune In For Love 

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Minari Swept Six Oscars Noms, So You Shouldn’t Sweep It Under The Rug

After being obsessed with Steven Yeun since his The Walking Dead days and his new movie Minari just sweeping at the Oscar nominations, it is time for us to finally write down our thoughts about the movie! I've been seeing this movie around for months on end, but being in lockdown since November and cinemas… Continue reading Minari Swept Six Oscars Noms, So You Shouldn’t Sweep It Under The Rug