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Films for July

July became too nice for me and allowed me to catch up on my backlog films. I was able to finish season 4 of The L Word too. Ha! I’m so glad! The weather made me stay at home on weekends and I’m glad I did.

And I have been addicted to South Korean neo noir/thrillers films. I posted two very rare FB Status saying:

South Korean neo noir films really got me. NO HOLDS BARRED. Heart-wrenching emotions. Unexpected and odd twists and turns. Bloody scenarios. Full of vengeance. Heartbreaking at some point. Pucha, mapapamura ka na lang minsan.

and

South Korean neo noir/thriller films keep on crushing my heart. Pakingsyet, nakaka-down paminsan. May ‘Please don’t die’ line pa ‘ko pero sige pa rin sa pagnood.

Anyway, here’s the list:

1. Her by Spike Jonze. 2013.

Her

 

2. Rise of the Guardians by Peter Ramsey. 2012.

Rise of the Guardians

 

3. Pee Mak by Banjong Pisanthanakun. 2013.

Pee Mak

 

4. Speedy Scandal by Kang Hyeong-cheol. 2008.

Speedy Scandal

 

5. Romantic Island by  Kang Cheol-woo. 2008.

Romantic Island

 

6. A Dirty Carnival by Ha Yoo. 2006.

A Dirty Carnival

 

7. The Man from Nowhere by Jeong-beom Lee. 2010.

The Man from Nowhere

 

8. New World by Hoon-jung Park. 2013.

New World

 

9. A Bittersweet Life by Kim Jee-woon. 2005.

A Bittersweet Life

 

10. Dinner for Schmucks by Jay Roach. 2010.

Dinner for Schmucks

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Posted by on July 31, 2014 in Movies & Television

 

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Blog About the Boys

Manillenials

 

Screenshot of the blog I wrote on Monday. Supposedly, the idea of the entry should be posted here. However, I thought it would be more interesting to put it on the website which has a wider audience. I have planning the draft since March but I got busy and my thoughts back then were too blurry or no direction at all.

Basically, the entry is about a girl who wants to say THANK YOU to all the boys who came by and stayed for a while. I want the readers to be appreciative of the people who made them smile, laugh and taught them some life’s lessons.

You can read the full entry of To All the Boys I’ve Met at Manillenials. 🙂

 
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Posted by on July 9, 2014 in Rants and Raves, World Wide Web

 

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