Skyscraper: Movie Review

All in all, I would definitely recommend Skyscraper to anyone who would listen to my opinion. Its awesome and entertaining, and I haven’t really felt this way about an action film since “Olympus Has Fallen.” That’s benchmarking for you.… Read More Skyscraper: Movie Review

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#Netflix Forgotten: Korean Movie Review

All in all, Forgotten was a dark and sinister tale of two innocents who unwittingly become victims of a cruel twist of fate — two pure hearts who are tested by destiny until their paths once again cross. Forgotten was aptly named, and perfectly executed an elaborate plot that remained consistent from start to finish. … Read More #Netflix Forgotten: Korean Movie Review

Switch Change the World: Kdrama Review

All in all, I would definitely recommend Switch because of the great story, solid casting and great chemistry. A major plus is the catchy soundtrack by Teen Top and FT Island’s Lee Hong Ki. Switch is an interesting 16 episode series (split into 32) that sustains its momentum from start to end, something that not all dramas are able to pull off. I hope Geun Suk and Ye Ri get to work together again after his enlistment because these two are absolute acting gems. … Read More Switch Change the World: Kdrama Review

The Autopsy of Jane Doe: Movie Review

The movie reveals just enough information to keep the audiences engaged and follows up with a lot of scary supernatural moments distributed throughout the movie. The Autopsy of Jane Doe was sufficiently gory, effectively scary and competently executed. It didn’t go overboard but rather built on the film’s strengths brick by brick. By its end, audiences are flabbergasted but in a good way. Definitely not for the faint-hearted, though. Great practical effects too, by the way.… Read More The Autopsy of Jane Doe: Movie Review

Strong Woman Do Bong Soon: Korean Drama Review

All in all, “Strong Woman Do Bong Soon” was able to deliver a serious message about taking responsibility for one’s strengths (literally and figuratively) in a light and fun atmosphere by using sometimes over the top comedy that pokes fun at the common tropes in rom-com. It maintained audiences’ interest with a multi-faceted story that engaged and entertained from the first minute up to the last. Never a boring moment with this series, whether it was in solving crime or falling in love. But its main strength was truly the insane chemistry between the lead characters. I fervently hope that Park Hyung Sik and Park Bo Young get to work in another rom-com soon, and I mean soon. For now, I will content myself while watching this series over and over and over and over again. … Read More Strong Woman Do Bong Soon: Korean Drama Review