Cells at Work! (はたらく細胞) (Anime 2018) Studio: David Production Cells At Work! is the most appropriate anime series to watch during a pandemic.
Classroom of the Elite (ようこそ実力至上主義の教室へ Yōkoso Jitsuryoku Shijō Shugi no Kyōshitsu) (Anime 2017) Written By Shōgo Kinugasa & Illustrated By Shunsaku Tomose Studio: Lerche Classroom of the Elite focuses on the … Continue Reading Point System Crisis: Thoughts on Classroom of the Elite
Love at First Hate (มารร้ายคู่หมายรัก) (Drama 2018) I’m a huge fan of the Thai actress, Mook Worranit Thawornwong. She has this innocent and kind aura around her so she plays … Continue Reading You’ll Grow On Me: Thoughts on Love At First Hate
Love Stage!! (ラブ ステージ ) (Anime 2014) Written By Eiki Eiki & Illustrated by Taishi Zaō Love Stage!! was requested to me by a friend on Twitter. I don’t really watch yaoi even though … Continue Reading It’s just like a shoujo manga! Thoughts on Love Stage!!
To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before (2018) Directed By Susan Johnson To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before was the movie I anticipated to watch in the summer of … Continue Reading Movie or Book? Thoughts on To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before Movie
Midnight Runners (2017) Directed By Jason Kim “All they do is run around at night.” That was my initial thought about this movie. However, the action-comedy film that was advertised … Continue Reading “Don’t Walk, RUN!” Thoughts on Midnight Runners
Go Go Waikiki (Laughter in Waikiki, Welcome to Waikiki, 으라차차 와이키키) (Drama 2018) This drama makes me want to go on vacation to Hawaii again. Go Go Waikiki is a slice … Continue Reading Laughter and Pure-Hearted Fun: Thoughts on Go Go Waikiki
Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle (2017) Directed By Jake Kasdan Warning: Spoilers! My sister and I watched Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle this winter break. We love the movie star duo, Dwayne … Continue Reading Wild Things—Thoughts on Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle
The Lego Batman Movie (2017) Directed By Chris McKay My first day of winter break consisted of watching The LEGO Batman Movie. Was it entertaining? Yes. Was it stupid? Yes.
Thor: Ragnarok (2017) Directed By Taika Waititi During Thanksgiving Break, I watched Thor: Ragnarok with my sister because she is a big Thor fan and she really wanted to watch it. Unlike … Continue Reading A New Side of Thor—Thoughts on Thor: Ragnarok
I Wanna Be Sup’tar (วันหนึ่งจะเป็นซุปตาร์ or Wannueng Jaa Pben Superstar, 2015) I Wanna Be Sup’tar is one of my favorite Thai dramas and I would recommend it as an introductory … Continue Reading Lifestyles of The Rich & Famous: Thoughts on I Wanna Be Sup’tar
Disclaimer: This is a work of FICTION. Names, characters, brands, businesses, places, events and incidents are either the products of the author’s imagination or used in a fictitious manner. Any resemblance to actual persons, … Continue Reading Zombies At A Con Ep. 2
Tsurezure Children (徒然チルドレン) (Anime 2017) Created By Toshiya Wakabayashi Studio: Studio Gokumi Tsurezure Children was a great show for me to get back into the flow of watching anime. It … Continue Reading High School Dating 101: Thoughts on Tsurezure Children
Guardian: The Lonely and Great God or Goblin (2016-2017) Directed By: Lee Eung-bok, Kwon Hyuk-chan, & Yoon Jong-ho Warning: Spoilers! I finally had the chance to watch the most anticipated winter drama of … Continue Reading One Life To Live: Thoughts on Goblin
My Secret Hotel (2014) Directed By Hong Jong-chan Murder is in the air in this 2014 South Korean drama, My Secret Hotel.
Twenty (2015) Directed By Lee Byeong-heon Twenty is about a group of 20-year-old friends trying to survive adulthood right after graduating high school. The 2015 South Korean movie stars Kim Woo-bin, Lee Junho, … Continue Reading “My youth is all I have.” Thoughts on Twenty