Category Archives: Thai Movies
I just recently watched my first lakorn, I Wanna be a Sup’Tar and surprisingly, it left a very nice impression. Though I’m already fond of watching and recapping Thai Movies, lakorn is quite new to me.
Anyhow, the said lakorn introduced me to Push Puttichai, who is (aesthetically speaking) the love child of Park Hae Jin and Yoo Seung-Ho. Haha! Truth be told, since I Wanne be a Sup’Tar, I can’t get enough of his handsomeness. And so, imagine my excitement when he starred in the first installment of the U-Prince Series. And hence, because of my great fondness for Push and because I’m liking how the series is going, I will be writing recaps for U-Prince: The Handsome Cowboy. However, I don’t know if I’ll recap the rest of the series.
In a nutshell, U-Prince is a 12-part series, each dealing with the love and friendships of 12 heartthrob ambassadors from different faculties of International University of Central Asia (IUCA). Obviously, each prince will have their respective princesses. So expect that this is a very long series. Tehehe!
This may not be the best movie ever, but it sure has some redeeming points. It incorporates a little of everything: comedy, romance, drama. It doesn’t attempt to push through the extremes and maintains an easy, unhurried pace. There are loose-ends and the chemistry is subtle. But nevertheless, it’s not downright bad.
The thing that I really appreciate about this drama is the interweaving concepts of irony. Here we have two couples (young and old). While the older ones want to hold on to their memories, the younger however, wants to forget. Ahhh, life with all its heartbreaking ironies.
This is such a fun-watch. A perfect combination of innocent humor and giggly romance. The female character, Mei Li is such a darling!
“Bangkok Traffic Love Story”, somehow, mirrors every thirty-year-old woman’s battle for love. Fight-oh! Oh! Reminds me of Yankumi.
Gawd, how I love this movie. I love the leads. I love the plot. I love the humor. I love the drama. I love the twist. I love the ending. Aahhhh, there’s so much to love!
“Hello Stranger” will tickle your funny bone. It’ll touch your heart. It’ll make you wonder.