Cancel my funeral.
I still have a lot of reading and watching to do.
Two things I greatly realized after watching this film:
One, I'm getting older. Two, I need help.
Soul was as expected brilliant. The twist I did not expect to happen, did happen in the most humanistic way possible. Decisions and Life combined are really funny things.
I just want to say, I hope everything's alright with Pixar these past few years. They've been producing a lot of existential films lately.
I am for sure, not okay.
Novel, gutsy, & pioneer in the world of Korean Space Sci-fi genre.
Fans of Descendants of the Sun, Mr. Sunshine, A Werewolf Boy, and The Handmaiden, unite!! Hear, Hear...
It wouldn't hurt to say that it has the same vibe as watching Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy, but with the trademark of a quintessential South Korean film. Meaning, it has the recipe of being warm and humorous at the same time.
I'm not gonna lie, it was a bit of tearjerker too.
A ride worthy of investment. Looking forward to the future of South Korea's venture into this kind of variety.
Very raw and heartfelt...
As someone who's never been that open in real life, I can definitely relate to Brie's character. It's really hard to pull through something and yet you can't say it.
This movie just wanna makes me cuddle the next person who wants to spend the rest of their lives with me.
It is the time of the month again...
And why do I keep seeing the name Gallagher for months now. Universe, what is this?
Everything changes when you decided to go against the flow.
12 Angry Men is 62 years old, and yet it is still relatable and significant.
The premise was simple, but it holds heavy on the topic of taking one's life against the inimitable hard-edged evidences.
You can feel the inching tension between these men who are mostly preoccupied with their own affairs as one after another realizes how one rash decision can make a difference for someone and make it better or worse.