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  • Gyeongju



    This film is slow; first things first. But I don't know why for sure that going through it earlier in the day somewhat warms my heart.

    It's the first film by this director that I've personally seen, and it's really safe to say that I wasn't disappointed at all.

    Yes, there are moments where I feel that Park Hae-il's professor is an unlikable character. And then I was also a little confused by the last 20 minutes.

    But other than that, it's a good watch.

  • Collectors



    A very fun film, purely meant for popcorn entertainment and nothing more.

    Even though the film is flawed - and it is, on the bright side I still think it's slightly better compared to any previous attempts (at least out of those I've seen) made by Asian countries to take on this genre and story trope; made famous thanks to Hollywood.

    Plus I personally find the concept of them digging a treasure underneath a major city really interesting, as no Hollywood films of this kind have used such a concept - also from what I can recall.

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    The White Tiger


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    Little Forest: Summer/Autumn


    If you happen to love both cooking and Hashimoto Ai, then I'm pretty sure you'll going to enjoy this film.

    For me, it's personally one of the most heart-warming films to come out of Japan; and the best thing is that it wasn't even a family drama.

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