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Cinema

Problem with Movies Nowadays.

Problem what problem? hahahaha

Almost 80% movies nowadays are from cartoons, comics or novels. OvO

Well, it’s not a bad thing anyway hahahaha as long as they make them good and they did (for some) LOL

So I guess most of story writers’ jobs now are to rewrite comics/novels into movies?

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Cinema

Miao, Y U No save for us?

Not exactly finish the whole box but I have this habit of eating 70-80% of the popcorn during the trailers session :/ Then, ended up with only drinks throughout the movies =.=

Sometimes I wonder should I get a two boxes of popcorns instead. Hmm..

What to do, nowadays the trailers are sooooooooo well made (or badly made- depending on how you view it), you can tell the whole story just from the trailer and sometimes it can even be a couple times more interesting than the movie itself XD  hahaha..

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Rant

A Bad Happy Ending

Watched a movie the other day. The movie was quite good from the start to the climax part but the ending…

The main actor stabbed in the chest and fainted.

The actress pulled out the sword, got cut in the waist, killed the bad fella and collapsed on the ground.

The actor woke up, walked to the actress, carried her up and walked away.

…. sigh. Movie these days…

Sometimes a bad ending can ruined the whole movie..

Come share what movie you watched lately with bad endings. Maybe I can try to avoid them XD

This is not a good ending too..

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