Category Archives: Movie

The Guernsey Literary And Potato Peel Pie Society -Movie Review


This movie was highly recommended by a few members of  my book club, and I’m glad I caught it before the screening ends, which might be soon, seeing that’s it’s shown only in one cinema in town. I guess it’s … Continue reading

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Be with You – Korean Movie


I miss my Korean Dramas on cable but I am adamant I’m not going to be hooked again. So to satisfy my craving, I reward myself by watching Korean movies, and Be With You, starring my favourite actor Soh Ji-Sub, … Continue reading

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Ramen Teh- Movie Review


My movie partner, Bee, is back home for a visit from Bangkok and we grabbed the opportunity to catch a movie, which both of us have missed doing since she moved to Bangkok three years ago while I started work … Continue reading

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Call Me By Your Name – Movie Review


There were so many good movies which I missed recently, as my husband has taken to watching movies alone on weekdays to make full use of his senior citizen ticket when I can’t spare the time, and thus, to suggest … Continue reading

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Before We Forget – Movie review


    Before We Forget is the sequel to the critically acclaimed The Kid from Big Apple, the debut film by screenplay writer and director Jess Teong. I didn’t watch the first film but I was assured that it would not affect the second story. The … Continue reading

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The Lives of Others – German Movie Review


(Warning: Spoiler alert.) This is my homework for screenwriting module, although, after last night’s viewing, I realise my lecturer also played the video partially to us before to illustrate the point on dramatic irony: when the reader has more information on what … Continue reading

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The Happiest Day in the Life of Olli Mäki- Movie review


Thank you, Suomi Finland 100, for the tickets to watch my first Finnish film. Finland celebrates its 100th years’ independence on 6 December and this film festival is part of the celebration in Singapore. This film, released in August 2016, is … Continue reading

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