Saka no Ue no Kumo
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  • Overall 8.5
  • Story 8.5
  • Acting/Cast 8.5
  • Music 9.0
  • Rewatch Value 6.5
“A very small country is about to become a civilized nation.”

Each episode of Saka no Ue no Kumo (“Clouds Above the Slope”) opens with these optimistic words. An NHK special, this high-budget historical spans a period during the Meiji era which includes the Sino-Japanese and Russo-Japanese wars. But despite a clear aim to educate and remind viewers such events ever took place, imparting the spirit of the times to viewers holds read more chief importance. One learns what the Japanese people felt at the time: a reluctant deference to western knowledge and shame at requiring it, national pride and burgeoning hope, the excitement and fear which accompanies the dawn of a new era.

We follow the stories of three historical figures, brothers Akiyama Yoshifuru (cavalry legend) and Akiyama Saneyuki (maritime hero), as well as their childhood friend Masaoka Shiki (writer and pioneer of the haiku). The three grew up together in the same small town of Matsuyama, yet matured into men whose unique talents would help raise their country in the eyes of the world. Saka no Ue no Kumo utilizes their unique perspectives to tell the story of Japan in its infancy as a modernizing country, while also touching on these incredible lives. Most of the political and military history comes to us via the brothers and their contemporaries, while art and culture channel through the eyes of the writer alone. Viewers may be surprised to see how many international figures and events influenced Japan at this time. An important name includes Czar Nicholas II (the last Romanov and father to that poor Anastasia so many of us have been acquainted with thanks to apocryphal relations).

What an ambitious objective! Unfortunately, it is an objective that goes unmet in some areas—despite valiant effort. One issue is that this drama attempts to tell too many individual stories at once; so much focus ought to be put on the Akiyama brothers (and is), and as a result other plotlines seem to interrupt the narrative flow. One major example is that of Masaoka Shiki. Despite his status as a literary legend and particular childhood friend of Akiyama Saneyuki, I felt there was very little the writers could tell us through him. He may have been better served as a supporting character, especially since his presence so rarely had an impact on the others past a certain point. When humor was injected into the series, it was often done in an almost awkwardly goofy way which did not suit the somewhat austere tone. Otherwise the plot is as strong as to be expected from any mile-stone celebrating special from the NHK. The fascinating subject matter often speaks for itself, with little pressing need for overt embellishment. Please be warned, however, that there is a definite pro-Japanese spin to most depictions.

Military buffs ought to be pleased with the major battle sequences. Despite occasionally being a touch short, choreography and quality CG are used in concert to create a realistic effect. It surprised me how well done this aspect was, especially for television.

When names like Abe Hiroshi, Kagawa Teruyuki, and Kanno Miho grace a cast listing, one instantly expects quality performances. For the most part, viewers shall not be disappointed in such expectations. Abe Hiroshi meets his usual standard with masterful poise, emerging as the ramrod strict (though oddly warm) Akiyama Yoshifuru. I was particularly impressed with his portrayal during war-time and wondered how much equestrian training he might have acquired. Motoki Masahiro is a name not immediately mentioned above, but perhaps my absolute favorite actor in Saka no Ue no Kumo. Naval history has always been a personal favorite topic of mine, so naturally I gravitated more toward Akiyama Saneyuki. Despite this early bias, I also luckily met an actor with natural charisma and an almost chameleon skin. In early scenes, Motoki-san portrays a wild and strong-willed youth whose intelligence is being wasted in Matsuyama; as the drama continues, we witness changes responsibility, command, and war effect in this boisterous personality.

On the other hand, we have the ever-talented Kagawa Teruyuki—who seems to have been miscast as Masaoka Shiki. The younger years were hard on Kagawa-san, who neither looked especially young nor performed as such without a great deal of exaggeration. In the second half of the series, once the character settles, viewers are finally treated to the acting skills Kagawa-san is so beloved for. A minor note: much of the western cast were dreadfully hammy, or wield their “native languages” less than fluently. This can be quite distracting at times, considering how important many of the international figures are to the story.

Saka no Ue no Kumo can pride itself on the strength of its soundtrack. Legendary composer Joe Hisashi contributed his talents to this portion of the drama, and it shows. The main theme of the series overflows with the kind of hope and strength this series tries so hard to capture. A personal favorite track must be Stand Alone, vocalized in angelic tones by Sarah Brightman (of The Phantom of the Opera fame).
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Snowpiercer
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2 hours ago
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  • Overall 10
  • Story 10
  • Acting/Cast 10
  • Music 10
  • Rewatch Value 10
Let me tell you one thing this movie is AMAZING.
I don't know why they're are a lot of bad comments on mdl but this movie absolutely flawless. Now this isn't this isn't a light hearted movie, this is one that has an underlying message it has symbolism in almost every frame and it is a masterpiece allegory. So if you just want to watch a a movie without having to think read more this is not the movie.
That being said, The acting is spot one. Although being a Korean movie based of a French graphic novel there is a large amount of English, like 97% mainly because the main actor is Chris Evans. But omg Tilda acting was amazing if you would see her anything else you wouldnt even recognize her and Amanda pill ( i Believe that was her name ( the school teacher) ) Had such a mesmerizing act and it is probably one of the most important yet under rated roles in the entire movie
The plot was absolutely amazing. I can't really say much without spoling it however there is just so much to take in I have watched this a total of three times and still see something new everytime. It's just so beautifully put together. The basic theme is of course breaking the class system. HOwever there are so many underlying themes like brain washing, falling into the system and so much I just cant even fathom

I may sound a little obsessed with this movie ( which i'm not going to deny ) But I 100% reccomend this to everyone

Oh and the ending is eeally risky but please keep an open mind while watching it i mean I think it was beautiful but a lot of people disagree but if they went with any othee ending it would have been cliche and i personaly belive it represents something but im not going to reveal anymore afraid i might spoil it

( and if any one has any questions about the movie you can message me because I have done so much research and am currently finsihing the novel that I know this movie inside and out)
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Lost Days
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4 hours ago
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  • Overall 4.0
  • Story 2.0
  • Acting/Cast 7.0
  • Music 9.0
  • Rewatch Value 1.0
This drama started off with a lot of potential!

It was a bit cliche in terms of plot at the start but not in an unenjoyable way. The cast is very very good and the music is by far the best thing about the drama. The tension and the ambiguity of the character motivations and such was really well executed in the first few episodes. The tension around the creepy murderer in read more the forest and all the friend drama going on built me up for a good story that never happened!

The drama in and of itself was executed very well, but was quickly forgotten in the next episode or simply swept aside to make room for some new and more ridiculous plot point. There was a lot of building up ideas and motivations for them to simply become irrelevant or easily dismissed. While the acting was great, it was very hard to connect with the characters and their personalities, because they weren't very well developed and weren't allowed to be shown enough before stuff started going down. That made it very hard for me personally to feel connected to anyone properly and made a lot of the story and their troubles feel flat and overdramatic.

By far the worst part about this drama is the ending. It gets completely ridiculous in the last 2 episodes and a lot of the bigger things that have been teased and built up from the start begin to fall flat. The climax of the drama wasn't something I predicted, but the reasoning behind it felt silly and forced, just to use a plot twist for the sake of it. The way all the characters act in the last episode as well is completely ridiculous to me, because I have a very hard time believing that anyone could act like that.

The good points about this drama are definitely the music and the acting. The cast is very good and despite the way the plot falls to pieces, they hold up very well and all deliver very good and emotional performances. The music is by far the best part, in my opinion, however. It's a brilliant score that holds the tension and adds to the feel of the drama. It's all very well preformed and really enjoyable to listen to. The way the drama is shot it also very good and the use of shadows and different camera angles made it nice to watch, even if I felt the plot was terrible at best.

It was enjoyable in it's own small ways, but I would suggest passing on Lost Days unless you're a really hardcore fan of one of the actors involved. You won't be disappointed by their performance but I think the flakey plot and melodrama is poorly executed and isn't very enjoyable to watch. I would suggest giving the soundtrack, or at the very least the opening, a listen however because it is truly stellar.
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Crazy Little Thing Called Love
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5 hours ago
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  • Overall 8.0
  • Story 8.5
  • Acting/Cast 9.5
  • Music 9.0
  • Rewatch Value 8.5
The ordinary 14 year old girl Nam is unattractive or in simple terms...ugly. But she's always been secretly in love with an older guy in grade 10 called Chon, the most popular student in high-school. He's hot, perfect and generous, and that's what makes girls go crazy about him, including Nam too. But she doesn't give up easily. She tries to do everything to make her get noticed by the boy she read more loves, in the hope of him turning around to look at her just one more time.
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High School - Love On
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6 hours ago
6 hours ago
  • Overall 10
  • Story 10
  • Acting/Cast 10
  • Music 9.0
  • Rewatch Value 10
I will definitely not be changing my mind about this rating! Even tho this drama hasn't finished yet.
It is truly a brilliant work or art! It's funny, sweet and can have you sitting on the edge of your seat while waiting for the next episode! (which is what I'm doing now after being up to date with this drama) xD
Don't judge it without giving it a try :-) you'll get read more more then you were looking for :-D
I hope everyone is enjoying it as much as I am ^.^
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Shiri
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6 hours ago
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  • Overall 7.0
  • Story 6.5
  • Acting/Cast 8.0
  • Music 7.0
  • Rewatch Value 6.0
Korean films started to shine only recently compared to its fellow Asian countries. Swiri (or Shiri) is one of the films that started the South Korean cinema peek.

Despite the mega huge cast and great premise, I was actually a bit reluctant about watching this film. South Korean films started to shine after the millennium so watching something prior to that date is very risky but considering Swiri’s year of production (1999), read more it was a pretty cool film about a very appealing theme: The North and the South. I tend to adore productions about that theme; they always leave meaningful messages behind. This one didn’t disappoint.

Being a thriller, Shiri handles some plot turns wisely while others were plain predictable. Many “twists” didn’t surprise me at all. I don’t know, maybe because this is 15 years old so smart screenwriting didn’t actually hit hard but it wasn’t very fun to predict many turns of the plot. It’s not that serious though, it didn’t prevent me from enjoying this film to the fullest. Being a film about the two Koreans gives it too much potential to hit many important elements. I hate reviewers who compare this to some Hollywood films; this handles a very personal issue about Korea so it has nothing to do with the US’s filmmaking.

The other side of the coin is action; there were some pretty cool action sequences although I clearly saw some imitation to Hong Kong’s heroic bloodshed genre. I find nothing wrong with that because it added a delicious flavour to the action making of Korean thrillers. It was a pretty violent film and very up to my taste; brutal and pleasant. However, Swiri is not all about action; there were many dramatic moments and even romantic ones. It contained a good variety of genres to enlighten the mood, even the politic parts weren’t any complicated. I like entangled political clashes especially with the Korean peninsula issue but I know that many would find that very boring to follow. Fortunately for them, the plot followed a very simple political approach.

The acting was A class with both big stars Han Seok Kyu and Choi Min Sik ahjussi’s leading the film in the most stylish way ever. Beside them was another big Korean star Song Kang Ho ahjussi who succeeded in playing a supporting yet a well-crafter role. The characters weren’t that deep to be frank, they’re your usual action films’ leaders with great shooting skills and some intelligence to keep them going. But they didn’t feel shallow either, they had some interesting personal traits that made them feel memorable.

The cinematography was actually pretty good for a 1999 film. The explosions were alright but some of them felt completely fake, I can be lenient toward that because the director handled his camera angles and action scenes in a satisfying way.

Watch if:
-You like Korean thrillers because this is one of the films that started it all.
-You like Action thrillers.
-You like films about North and South Korea.

Do not watch if:
-You dislike Action thrillers.

Shiri is a remarkable Korean thriller considering its production year. It has potential to bring you immense entertainment if you appreciate recent Korean Action-Thrillers.
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High School King of Savvy
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6 hours ago
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  • Overall 6.0
  • Story 5.0
  • Acting/Cast 7.5
  • Music 6.0
  • Rewatch Value 5.5
So I watched "High School King of Savvy" it was not a bad drama but I can't say it was good either.It started well but the drama's charm was fading while the episoodes were going.The characters didnt develop much and some other characters , were forgotten for the sake of the story....The most important thing is that,in my opinion the main couple was not so suitable for each other.Min suk's character is read more cool and energetic but on the other hand Soo young (the main lead) is a bit of akward (not in a good way) and kind of immature for her age :/Apart of all these negative facts its a sweet entertaing drama but I wouldn't include it in the "MUST WATCH LIST".
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A Love To Kill
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10 hours ago
10 hours ago
  • Overall 7.5
  • Story 6.0
  • Acting/Cast 8.0
  • Music 9.0
  • Rewatch Value 6.0
I enjoyed this drama, but I definitely didn't fall in love with it. If you love overly dramatic melodramas you might enjoy it, but on the other hand if you can't stand an illogical plot you might want to keep away.

Story:
I enjoyed the first half of the story. The characters were well fleshed out and the pace was consistent. The second half of the drama was suffering from inconsistencies - read more things were not making a lot of sense and a lot of the plot was sacrificed to add to the melodrama. I felt frustrated when things were made a lot harder for the main characters than they would have to be.

Acting/Cast:
I really liked the main characters. Neither of the actors seem like the greatest of actors, but they both show raw emotion and successfully get you to care about what happens to them. Shin Min Ah portrays a gentle, whimsical woman and her character feels quite real. Rain's character seems a bit off, since I tended to find him more believable as a violent hobo instead of the tender, loving man he was portraying at later stages of the drama - it felt like his character changed too much in a short time. The supporting cast was also good. You hated them when you were supposed to hate them, but later you understood that they had their reasons and they slowly grew on you.

Music:
The soundtrack was a bit repetitive (like in most Kdramas), but the songs were quite epic :D Perfect soundtrack for a melodrama in my opinion, especially since this drama is almost 10 years old.

Rewatch value:
I don't think I will be watching this drama again any time soon. This drama had only a few scenes that are really romantic or memorable. Also the pace was quite slow and a bit too painful for it to be enjoyable to watch again.

Overall:
The music, cinematography and overall mood of this drama would make this one of the quintessential melodramas for me. The only thing bringing it down is the plot that sometimes seems to fall apart and the somewhat aged production values. Still I recommend watching it if you like Rain or Shin Min Ah or if you love melodramas. It is definitely not a waste of time!
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Hotel King
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13 hours ago
13 hours ago
  • Overall 6.5
  • Story 5.0
  • Acting/Cast 7.5
  • Music 2.0
  • Rewatch Value 4.0
I've been watching Hotel king since the very first episode and, even though I really enjoyed it during the beginning, I really have to say this is the worst drama I watched till now, right after 'The Prime minister and I'. It was not for the cast, which played with an interesting chemistry, but for the whole lengh and super confusing and complex plot of the drama. The first 10 episodes, the read more plot is good to follow and you it's quite thrilling, but then there's being added a lot extra conspiracies and, if you don't have the time to diligently watch every episode after it came out, you will soon get confused with the whole story and the many characters, kind of like in the drama 'Three Days' or the book 'Under the dome' by Stephen King, which I'm reading these days. After a while, it is just everyone against everyone and it gets really tiring to watch it, as well as the many, too long and too wrong placed romantical scenes.
But Even though I am complaining right now, there were also some parts I really enjoyed. For example the staff interactions. These were definitely the most enjoyable scenes for me, the staff playfully surpressing each other, yet being there for each other and making me laugh. Also, Lee Da Hae's character was interesting. I really didn't like her at first but in the end, she and Lee Dong Wook had a really good on-screen chemistry, which I really enjoyed.
Overall, the best about this drama was, for me, the cast. The number of episodes could have been also 20 or 24, but not 32, which is way too many episodes for such a complex drama.
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A Different Kind of Pretty Man
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17 hours ago
17 hours ago
  • Overall 8.0
  • Story 8.5
  • Acting/Cast 9.0
  • Music 7.0
  • Rewatch Value 5.0
Story: Yes, this was indeed a very different kind of pretty man XD I started watching this without knowing what it was about.. I thought it was something similar to Meteor Shower since it was apparently the third installment.. but boy was I surprised! I never expected it to go into the direction of magical powers. These group of guys all gain some special powers due to an accident and surprise surprise.. read more the reason for all these powers are somehow linked to the leading lady. Hmm.. but what's with the ending..... O.O Do I sniff a sequel??

Acting/Cast: I didn't know most of the actors in this and only watched it for Emma.. love Gui Gui she's too adorable! But this drama really introduced me to a bunch of cuties XD Alen.. Leon.. Edwin.. I hope to see them in more dramas soon! It's great to see Zhang Han again but I really don't see what the fascination with this guy is.. why is he like everywhere?

Music: I'm not too sure what the songs are because the version I watched had the opening and ending cut off.. so I can't really comment much here.

Rewatch Value: I probably won't watch this again as re-watching will lack all the suspense and anticipation that it had as I already know the story now.

Overall: This was a fun ride. It was actually I think my first drama with magical powers that isn't a historial/fantasy drama so it was very interesting for me. I was quite impressed with the CGI effects, unlike in those fantasy dramas XD If you want to watch a pretty boy drama but sick of all those high school/college love dramas then totally give this a go! The romance and drama is still there but with the addition of a bit of excitement.. which let's be honest... most of those other dramas lack.
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Black Heart White Soul
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17 hours ago
17 hours ago
  • Overall 8.5
  • Story 8.5
  • Acting/Cast 8.0
  • Music 5.0
  • Rewatch Value 3.0
Story: This is a story of how a promising lawyer went down the wrong path because of an accident. His desire to walk again leads him to make many wrong choices - using all those around him and hurting the one he loves. This drama touches on the issue that any good person can actually be a bad person and any bad person can actually be a good person.

Acting/Cast: What really read more stood out for me in this drama was Roger! I never particularly enjoyed watching him as he's always taking on comedy roles and I cannot stand watching him do comedy. For some reason whenever I pick up a drama and he's in it, I end up dropping it... he's comedic acting just puts me off so much. But he was amazing in this! He conveys all his feelings so well with his facial expressions which is really impressive. His relationship with Kristal was quite sweet as well that I was actually hoping that they could stay together. What I absolutely hated in this was Lisa... her acting was terrible! I wonder how she managed to land herself such a big role for a complete newbie. As for Ron, I found him somewhat mediocre in this and hope to see him in a better role soon. I was secretly rooting for him and Vivien XD

Music: That one love song between Louis and Leanne was actually quite nice. I believe Louis sang it himself which was a pleasant surprise because I didn't know he was a singer too?

Rewatch Value: Probably will not be touching this one again.

Overall: I found this drama very interesting actually. I enjoyed the story from beginning to the end and I really liked how it was just one big storyline with all the sub stories actually connecting to the larger story as a whole. For me this was a really strong point, as I'm not a big fan of all those other TVB crime dramas with lots of random small cases, then a sudden 'big' case at the end. I loved how everything intertwined with one another in this one. But as interesting as this drama was, there was something about it that made me not enjoy it as much as I could have. For the first time, I actually did not like any particular character in this drama and this may be why I couldn't find myself enjoying this one to its fullest.
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Doctor-X 2
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1 day ago
1 day ago
  • Overall 9.0
  • Story 9.0
  • Acting/Cast 10
  • Music 8.5
  • Rewatch Value 8.0
I liked Doctor X Season 2.

The payoff in the final episode is worth watching this whole season.

Season 2 was not created just because Season 1 succeeded; in fact, season two had a purpose and delivered.

I also loved that it once again left the door opinion for a third season which is nice. I am going to continue watching the series until I find the answer to question, how much read more does she owe in debt?

I will not debate if this season was better or worse than season 1 because it continued the of Doctor X which is what it was suppose to do.

I also gave the cast a rating of ten because they played a vital role in this season's success and deserved nothing less.

Just watch the season 2 and pay attention to the supporting cast and you will see what I mean.

Season 3 here I come!
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K-POP - The Ultimate Audition
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1 day ago
1 day ago
  • Overall 8.0
  • Story 7.5
  • Acting/Cast 9.0
  • Music 8.0
  • Rewatch Value 7.5
I am going to write a short review on this ^^.
I liked the storyline, though I could say that I've seen so many dramas ,where the girl is mistaken as a boy that I am starting to get sick of it heh-. Sometimes it would get boring though since it'd always happen the same; Something good, someone screws everything up, back to good and so it goes on.
The cast was read more daebak though. I liked the acting as well [ Song Mino aaahhh ]
Music was awesome too, totally my style- ( tho I really don't understand, come on that was a girl's voice )
I'd surely recommend it. If you like music, romantic adventure or anything related it's totally worth watching ^^

- Small spoiler; the ending was disappointing indeed, there's a lot of questions unanswered. Couldn't help but smile during the bloopers in the end tho lol -
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Full House
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2 days ago
2 days ago
  • Overall 9.0
  • Story 9.5
  • Acting/Cast 9.5
  • Music 8.0
  • Rewatch Value 9.0
The reason I watched this drama was because I have watched the original Korean drama of Full House and when I heard there was going to be a remake I knew that I had to watch it right away.

Story- 9.5/10

I really enjoyed the story in this version of Full House. What I loved about this drama was all the romantic scenes that were just so romantic and made you melt read more on the inside and fangirl on the outside. The chemistry between D'Angelo Mike and Sucharat Manaying was just absolutely beautiful to watch from the first to the last episode. Now the question is, was this remake better than the original? For me personally I felt this remake was a fantastic remake of the original, and I can't choose between them because there are just both so good, in the end I would recommend both versions of Full House.

Acting/Cast- 9.5/10

I felt the acting in this drama was excellent, the actors and actresses fit their roles perfectly. My favorite parts of this drama was when Mike and Aom-Am were together, I feel their scenes were what made this show spectacular, and that whenever the two main actors were onscreen together you could tell they had amazing chemistry together, and D'Angelo Mike isn't bad looking either.

Music- 8/10

I did enjoy the music in this drama, but I felt at some points you would be hearing the same thing over and over again, and at times when I did it hear the same songs over and over again I would wish something else would play.

Rewatch Value- 9/10

I have to say this was my first ever Thai drama and I really enjoyed it. If you have watched the original Korean version I would highly recommend this drama because it does a fantastic job as a remake to the original. So if you are looking for cute moments and are looking for a drama that can make you laugh then this drama is for you.
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SPEC: The Movie
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2 days ago
2 days ago
  • Overall 8.0
  • Story 7.5
  • Acting/Cast 9.0
  • Music 8.5
  • Rewatch Value 7.0
This movie is a continuation of the story that started in the 2010 Drama Keizoku 2: SPEC and the 2012 Special SPEC ~ Sho.

What I loved most about this movie is exactly the same as what I loved about its prequels: the characters, the comedy, the weirdness, the direction and overall execution. I love Its weirdness it's really something I can only see japanese do well. In the movie they went read more a bit more extreme in the weirdness but at this point it's something you're familiar with and love so you'll welcome it with open arms.

I liked that we see more of the relationship between Touma and Sebumi. Their affection for each other is transparent between each other as it is for those around them. It's nothing romantic but still strong chemistry.

The endind did leave a lot unsolved. The little girl's role which I'm sure will be explored in the next movies, but also the fate of some characters (I don't want to believe in the worst happening).

Acting was excellent as always. I cannot imagine anyone other than Toda Erika and Kase Ryo playing Touma and Sebumi. Their interaction is so natural and their bickering and fighting is a joy to watch. Kamiki Just enjoys playing Ninomae as much as ever. Fukuda Saki is getting more comedic as Mirei (as she was in the special), Nonomura still seeming to be more as he appears but were not sure what it is yet.

To summarize this movie is still at the middle of the story and I'm finally ready to watch the 2013 movies :D
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