Episode 1 shows great promises to the series, despite thousands of mystery drama series out in the past couple of seasons. You’d think they’d run out of ideas, and they probably did, since Kagi no Kakatta Heya is based on a novel series. Nevertheless, there’s great expectation for the Getsuku dorama, especially because the cast is composed of big names. Continue Reading →
I’m reopening the website again! Semester is almost over, which means I now have way more time to blog about lots of things! So stay tuned for bunch of stuff LOL.
Good old action film staring one of my favourite actors, Nagase Tomoya as Hayase Yuutaro, a Japanse Cop in Korea. Hayase has 72 hours left in Seoul to capture a group of Japanese terrorists.
So I’ll put my cards on the table early doors: this is the film adaptation of one of my favourite books. Haruki Murakami’s Noruwei no Mori was released in 1987 and has sold over 4 million copies since and at least 2 of those sales were down to me. Therefore it goes without saying then that I have been looking forward to this movie for a good few months ever since reviews started coming out after its first screening back in September 2010 at the Venice Film Festival. Continue Reading →
I don’t like anime. Not that i’ve actually even see any you understand, just simply that I don’t believe 29 year old men should be watching cartoons. Not that there is anything wrong with 29 year old men watching cartoons per se – more the fact that my mum once dated a guy who did like anime and he turned out to be a bit of knob, so from there came my distrust of anime fans and anime movies. Continue Reading →
A lonely man named Hideo lives on his own with his blow up/love doll, Nozomi (Bae Doona), who one day acquires a heart out of nowhere. Unlike the last films I’ve written about, this one is definitely not for a young audience! A few 18+ scenes in store. Continue Reading →
Last episode of the series and the casts did not fail to deliver. I love their funny arguments, especially between Ichiro and Shinko.
Too much crying, not enough love being spread around.
One of those episodes that you watch, cry, and scream at the characters because they are all bunch of idiots that just can’t tell people how they really feel. It’s like how these dramas manage to make something that should be resolved in 2 minutes into 2 episodes long. I hate this episode, especially when it’s the second last episode of the whole entire freaking series. ==; Bunch of craps going on in this episode, we all know the end is coming soon though…
Here’s a few pictures of people crying in and out (Okay, just the Tsudo):
A film I’d put off for months, and I’ve really been missing out! Daigo Kobayashi (Masahiro Motoki) is a Cellist who loses his job in an Orchestra, and soon finds himself another job – an encoffiner.
Bandage. A film about a rising Indie band called LANDS, starring KAT-TUN’s Akanishi Jin and Kitano Kii. Sounds like my cup of tea.
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