nother way to make fun of her appearance. When she meets an old classmate and befriends him, he may help her gain the confidence she needs.
I was thinking to finish the Netflix show before I jot down my thoughts. But I don't know when I'll finish it so... here it is.
It's interesting coming back to a drama you loved as a kid to see how you feel about it now.
If you want something silly to watch for the weekend, give this one a shot. Put away your brain and watch them fall in love, deliver corny lines, and make fun of
Halfway through the movie, I had to watch everything again. Sadly it wasn't because it was so good that I had to indulge it twice. It was because I still didn't fully understand what was happening.
The first time I watched this was a few years ago. I dropped and forgot about it until recently. I powered through a few episodes, and thus this post is born.
I'm not even going to try and mince words here.
I've been watching Sweet Home, a South Korean show where people turn into monsters that take the form of their hidden desires. I've heard many positive comments about this show, so I decided to check it out. After the first two episodes, I found out it was based on a popular Webtoon of the same … Continue reading Not-So-Sweet Storytelling? Sweet Home Review
The best thing about this show is its secondary characters.
I loved Train to Busan. So, when I heard that a sequel was coming out, I was already getting the popcorn ready. When Peninsula finally got English subtitles, I went in with high expectations and came out with one question: this was a sequel? With a completely different cast, I noticed that Train to Busan … Continue reading Same Premise, Different Thematic Outcomes: Peninsula movie review