I guess watching movies becomes a lifestyle after you get a Netflix account
My sister kinda assigned me to read Lolita at the age of 13. I had never heard of it but she kinda explained the plot to me. In her words ‘A story of a girl and the man who takes advantage of her...’.
Without going into to far into detail about my life, I’d say it was one traumatic event after the next. Reading the book from the mans point of view was different at that time and it goes…
I've got this really bad habit of crying like a baby after watching a great movie, even if the movie wasn't particularly sad. I did it after watching Dope, Back to the Future, Star Wars, and now Sunny.
This movie was an emotional roller coaster, with tons of likeable characters, (including swearing protoganist's Nami's grandma who calls her 'Unnie' and calls investigators 'Mother Fuckers' and Kang Sora's show stealing Ha Chunhwa who loves to swear and kicks major ass).