Writing with Laira

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[KMovie] Confession of a Murder


This is a  movie that speaks about  justice systems and serial murders. What I don’t understand is that why is there a statute of limitation expiry for serial murders? It doesn’t really make sense!

Well, anyway, if there really is an expiry this movie is a nice wake up call. Movie wise, this is highly recommended. The action scenes were incredible, the cast are really perfect for their roles and plot twists are absolutely amazing. The ending was really unexpected and I loved it! That is what I’ve been looking for in movies! Something that is uncalled for or unexpected! Something really surprising.

The villain looked really scary, he was like someone who is actually capable of doing such deeds! Eie! If you want to see this movie get ready for some spiking flow of adrenaline! It’s an 9.5 out of 10 for me!


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[KMovie] Psychometry


Excellent and almost perfect! 9 out of 10, all because Kim Bum is here! (I think I should be spanked for rating movies because of the main leads. Haha! Can you blame me?) This completed my police/detective stories week! Totally action packed and some slices of comedy is just perfect.

It’s a little bit creepy because when Kim Bum does his Psychometry mojo he just gets into this seizure-like episodes of jerking and bleeding out everywhere. It makes me wonder if such abilities exist somewhere around the world. The movie would have been more awesome if they explained why and how Kim Bum acquired such powers. They just left audience hanging. On that note, they should produce a sequel maintaining the original cast or better yet, a drama series! That would be much more Daebak!

I hope KimBum gets to shoot and show more movies! Being the lead or not, he’s such a wonderful actor, totally beautiful!


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[KMovie] Blind


Another must-see! it was such a thrilling experience from beginning to the end. Yoo Seung Ho and Kim Haneul made it even more amazing. Now I crave for some more Seung Ho movies. The suspense heightened when it’s on the audience Point of View because we are the only ones who can see the villain.

The train station chase gave me goosebumps. If thrown into the same situation, I wouldn’t know what to do. The death of Seul Ki was so heartbreaking as I was reminded if my dogs with the same breed.

I just hope killings like this doesn’t happen in real life, for heaven’s sake, I’m a nursery teacher and just imagining these toddlers getting kidnapped, harassed and killed by a psychotic bastard who can’t get over his issues makes me want to puke and punch someone’s face!

This is definitely a 10 out of 10 kind of movie! 😀