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I Fine..Thank You..Love You
1 people found this review helpful
Sep 17, 2021
Completed 0
Overall 1.0
Story 1.0
Acting/Cast 4.0
Music 6.0
Rewatch Value 1.0


I actually can't believe I am writing a negative review, despite having a moderate expectation going into this movie hoping for a decent plot and quirky humor.

Plot: Unfortunately, the plot was terrible. I was unable to feel any emotional connection to the movie even at the climax. The story felt incomplete and unauthentic. The entire plot revolves around having Sora Aoi as the reason to why the main male lead does everything that he does (we all know her past, and the director/producers seem to want to use this as the focal point of the movie - EXTREMELY DULL AND UNCONVINCING). All the characters lack substance and backstory, so you don't feel the connection to the plot and characters.

Acting: Okay for most characters. I honestly blame most of this to the genuinely awful plot. You can't really do a great job "acting" if the plot was quite flawed and ridiculous from the start. There is nothing valuable for the actors/actresses to portray.

Jokes: I think a lot of the jokes were buried in popular Thai jargon that makes it hard for non-Thai speakers to understand. However, in general they seemed to be really random without much purpose to push the plot forward. It seemed like the director/producers were doing a lazy job trying to slot jokes in for entertainment value rather than working on a solid plot.

Conclusion: I would not recommend this movie.

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To Me, It's Simply You
1 people found this review helpful
Jun 15, 2021
13 of 13 episodes seen
Completed 0
Overall 9.0
Story 8.0
Acting/Cast 10
Music 10
Rewatch Value 8.5
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This is the first review I've ever written for a drama. I'll be as honest as possible.

This lakorn caught my eye because it had a different theme from just typical romance. I am also a fan of Nadech, and have never watched Bow act before, so I wanted to give this a shot.

Story: Good. The character development was amazing, and I could really feel the emotions of the story.
However, I'm a little ashamed to say this but I nearly stopped watching early on because the plot development was slow in the beginning, and only began to pick up a few episodes in. The story was initially a little confusing because they put many dramatic scenes without much explanation or backstory, and I was left scratching my head why everyone was so emotional. This does get better later on, fortunately.
Also, the conflict resolution felt too short and forced, which is why I was disappointed that it ended at 13 episodes. I think it definitely could've stretched to at least 14 or 15 episodes with more time for Kiew and Chompoo (the two leads) to talk their feelings out. As well, I feel like they went all out on the lovey dovey scenes the first time around, and the second time around felt unconvincing. This is probably also to do with the fact that it was only 13 episodes. The pain...

Acting: Very good! All the actors, even the support actors, felt very convincing in the portrayal of their roles. I also believe that Nadech probably had to put in less effort for this role because his character development in this Lakorn is sorta similar to one of his self-directed films: "Mr. Peter's Project." (If you haven't watched it yet, I highly recommend watching it as well!)

Music: Amazing! From the upbeat songs to the romantic ones, they all sound so good even if you don't understand the language. I listened to the lovey dovey one that Nadech and Bow sang on repeat for a week!

Rewatch Value: I found myself rewatching both the cute love scenes and the funny scenes when I was waiting for next week's episodes to come out, so I believe this has high rewatch value. I probably wouldn't rewatch the whole thing, but certain scenes are soo funny and romantic that I would definitely rewatch those scenes to laugh or smile at.

Overall, I highly recommend this lakorn because it's just so different from what typical dramas offer and once the plot kicks off, you can't stop watching until you finish. Highly recommended!

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Dear Dakanda
0 people found this review helpful
Feb 9, 2022
Completed 0
Overall 7.5
Story 8.0
Acting/Cast 7.0
Music 8.0
Rewatch Value 6.0

Dear Dakanda...

The film takes us to two different timelines of the main character Khaiyoi, and tells the story of a shy young boy with a nonchalant attitude. The story brings us on a journey of people finding their love, and mustering up the courage to tell that person how they truly feel.

Although the story/plot was decent, I'll have to admit that Sunny's acting in his movie debut was not entirely convincing. I felt that you could've replaced him with anyone and the emotions the film brought would've been the same. Dakanda, Nui, and the other nurse's acting really carried the movie here.

I know there will be people that won't like this film, or find it boring. Somehow (ignoring the ML's acting), I found this film to be quite interesting and relatable. Most of us will probably have had this one friend for whom we've been gathering the courage to tell them our feelings, but it usually ends up being too late or never. The feelings of moving on and moving towards the next chapter of your life is often difficult, but necessary. On a personal level, that's what this film reflects upon me. Because of this, I recommend this film.

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