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  • Cherry Magic

    Cherry Magic

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    Kurosawa best boy, best man, best boyfriend, and the BESTEST human being ever. I'm blinded by his eye smile, no really, his smile does something to my heart.

    Where can I sign up for a Kurosawa?? Don't we all deserve someone like him in our lives? And Ms Fujisaki??? You're the best character to exist ever!!!

  • The Host

    The Host

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    I wasn't expecting to enjoy this movie the way I did, but what can I say? Bong Joon-ho never disappoints us. The pacing was brilliant, I liked how they didn't waste any time and jumped right into the plot.

    Talking about the plot, it's not your generic monster movie, like it can emotionally wreck you and keep you on the edge at the same time. Also, I can never get tired of praising Song Kang-ho, the man's acting ability is insane. Give me any movie with Song Kang-ho and Bong Joon-ho, and I'll eat it up without any complaints.

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  • Oldboy

    Oldboy

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    β€œLaugh and the world laughs with you. Weep, and you weep alone.”

    I can't bring myself to rate this movie. My thoughts are all over the place, my brain's messed up, and I feel disturbed. Maybe I'll rate this once I've recovered from that fucked up plot twist.

    I can see why one would love this revenge thriller for its mindfucking and grotesque plot. Honestly, I saw the plot twist coming, but I was not prepared for it. Though I…

  • Chungking Express

    Chungking Express

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    "If memories ever come in a can, I hope that can never expires. If it has to have a shelf life, I hope it's 10,000 years"

    The biggest reason why Chungking Express is so relatable and is able to easily draw you in is because of its simplicity and the unfiltered human emotions it displays with such honesty. Can I also say the overall dreamy and breezy vibe of the movie is on point.

    From what I've realised, Wong Kar-wai's…