Posts Tagged ‘my sassy girl’
Last night, I finally got to watch the Thai movie, Crazy Little Thing Called Love, which became a hit not only to Thai audiences, but to many Filipino teens as well. Make that ‘teens who are always on Facebook and actually care about Asian entertainment’. We wouldn’t have known about it if it was released like 10 years ago because it’s not shown nor promoted in the country. Let me begin by saying that the movie reminded me of those Korean movies that jump-started the Hallyu like My Sassy Girl.
My Sassy Girl of Thailand. You may quote me on that.
Seems like the Thai film industry is starting to catch up and I wouldn’t be surprised if a year or two from now, Thai-wave will take over Asia. PAKSHET NAPAG-IWANAN NA NAMAN TAYO?! We should’ve been next to Korea! Filmmakers, please stop producing movies that are just about poverty, prostitution and other depressing shit because there’s more to our country than Slumdog Millionaire-like themes! Fantasy movies and comedies about mothers with 10 children??? It’s time to move forward! MORE RPG METANOIA, PLEASE!
Whew. Now that I got that off my chest, lemme start with my “not-so-review”.
This is perhaps the last time I’d be writing about the JeJeKim here on my blog. Not that we’ve broken up already. Or that I’ve gotten sick and tired of talking about him (believe me, not yet). It’s just that… I’m finally coming out. I have a confession, a revelation. A couple of months ago, I opened a secret blog (which is not so secret anymore wth), where I would write all my thoughts for and about him. Call me cheesy, call me a head over heels, googly-eyed girl in love. Call me whatever you want – I don’t care eh eh eh eh eihr. Yes, that’s a 2ne1 song and I just did the dance in my head. Pwn.
So yeah, this blog is for everyone who has a Korean boyfriend (I got 2 other friends who do), who may want to have a Korean boyfriend (really? WHY?), or anyone who just wants to have a boyfriend, period! For everyone who’s in love, who is loved by someone and who wants to share the overflowing love in their hearts tongenuhkezoh!. My Korean Boyfriend (the blog, not Jimmy Kim) is for those who wanna smile, who wanna be entertained by my/our crazy antics, and for those who wanna follow our twisted love story, I guess. Just for the lulz of it.
At the end of the day, however, this is really for you, bebe, because you deserve to be embarrassed in public the whole universe needs to know how awesome you are. And that I love you so much!
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“Talking to you was like watching a romantic-comedy movie.”
Believe it or not, somebody actually told me that. I almost wanted to jump the guy who said it and like make-out with him or something until I was reminded that the leading ladies in such movies are not whores. So I composed my self.
Just in case you don’t know yet, I’m a sucker for romantic-comedy flicks. I mean, deep, thought-provoking films with epic cinematography are the shizniz and all but sappy love stories remind me that behind this whole “I’m-a-bitch-get-off-my-face-or-i-keel-you” image, I’m just a girl after all.
Hence, I give you a list of my favorite quotes from some of my fave movies because I’m a pathetic loser like that. Also, please get ready with a barf bag.
“If you love someone you say it, you say it right then, out loud. Otherwise the moment just… passes you by.” – My Best Friend’s Wedding
This is one of my all-time favorites! I have seen this movie about 10 times already and cried every single time. When I was younger, I thought this quote meant that you shouldn’t be afraid to tell that person that you love him/her because 1) you never know if he/she feels the same way for you or 2) it might be too late already. Recently, however, I realized this meant that when you feel that thing in your heart, don’t keep it in. Eventually it might wear off and it won’t mean the same anymore even if you still say it.
Throwing up yet? No? Read on…