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Where from: Malaysia

Favourite player: Dirk Kuyt

Best team moment: Dirk Kuyt\'s chesting the boal from right edge of the box to Torres. Can\'t remember if Torres scored, but that movement from Kuyt made me started to love him as a Liv player.

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21 Feb 2021 12:56:19

I don't know how to write about its story, because after finished watching, I have no idea what it is about. Based on rottentomatoes, it says the film is about a family being claimed by the demon Sator. If I didn't read that, I would be totally 100% clueless of what I just watched.

The film lacks dialogues; maybe 10% of dialogue, another 20 or 30% of narrations that came from some sort of cassette recordings played by one of the character whenever he is alone in his cabin, and then the rest are creepy sound effects that came from the forest, the cabin, footsteps, windblows and some others.

The atmosphere throughout is something that is really decent, all created by its sound effects and creepy cinematography. The creature effects is a bit of a letdown though, I think. Its nothing more than bunch of guys with fur clothings and antlers' skeletons as a mask. But again, its the sound and the cameraworks that really made some of its scary sequences eerily good.

Its only around 90 minutes, hence I able to sit through it until finish. Some will appreciate this kind of film; super dark and extremely confusing. I'm definitely not one of them.




13 Feb 2021 06:14:33
Saint Maud

The film started with a scene that only will be understood or linked after you reach midway of the film. It's about a nurse who turned into a personal caretaker to a sick woman, then become obsessed with it.

It's more of a religious horror movie, but a bit unique whereby there aren't any demons or ghosts or exorcisms, but mainly about the nurse' delusions. It's somehow a bit disturbing, and I think to some it might be a bit offensive as well (it's about salvation, and there is a scene of "god" speaking to the nurse, and some others). One sex scene in it is quite graphic as well.

To horror films fans, and those who like their horror films to be unique and different, this one I would recommend for you to watch.

Perhaps it is more of a psychological thriller, with religious twist. Regardless of the actual genre of it, I think you guys should check it out.




10 Jan 2021 02:37:02
The Empty Man

I'm not sure if this is a supernatural horror film, or a sci-fi, or a psychological thriller.

I really really like the first 20 minutes of the film. One of the scary scene in that 20 minutes is quite decent. I thought it will be about an urban legend, and I was quite excited. Then it just went overboard with its cult plot and some other ridiculous plots/twists. I felt like watching a two totally different films in one. And it failed miserably.

If they take out that first 20 minutes and release it as a short film, I truly believe it will get better receptions.

What a waste!




31 Dec 2020 21:45:09
Wonder Woman 1984

I would say, the somehow high expectation I had before watching it, it paid off.

It is quite long, maybe a bit too long, but I like the story, the humours, the drama, but perhaps it needs a bit more action especially during the first hour. Talking about action scenes, I really like the car chase scene at the desert, and the duel with Cheetah. One sequence at the start of the film, does give a retro, old-school vibe, which I like.

Some parts of the ending are a bit too dramatic, but its not just the ending really. There are some other parts, throughout the film, feel cheesy as well.

I didn't enjoy the first Wonder Woman and I really didn't get all the hypes it was getting. This sequel, for me, is miles better than the first. It's not great, but I enjoyed it a lot.


{Ed001's Note - I thought I was the only one who didn't like the first one!}

1.) 01 Jan 2021 13:26:38
This one isn't that good either, but at least watchable. And its 80s setup is quite nice actually. It was fun, but I won't be watching it again. Maybe my "high expectation" was simply "better than the first".

{Ed001's Note - I would expect pretty much anything to be better than the first, the DC films have been almost entirely terrible. Only the Dark Knight trilogy is quality.}

2.) 03 Jan 2021 14:28:32
It's decent but not that great. Worth a watch if you have nothing else.



30 Dec 2020 17:21:24

Beautiful. Even that word I feel like an understatement. The visuals are the most beautiful I have ever seen in any animated movies. The story is very very sweet and beautiful. One sequence did make me tears my eyes. And the ending did the same as well. This Pixar film, story-wise, is more suited for adults. But the visuals are definitely for all ages. Remarkable!





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21 Feb 2021 23:48:07
It was on TV last night and I tried to watch it. I could only stay for less than 10 minutes. It tries too hard to be cool and funny, but it's not, not at all. I know some praised the action sequences, but I just couldn't stand it to wait any longer.




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31 Jan 2021 00:44:17
I've just done watching it yesterday.

Ludicrous plot, I agree totally. Some stupid scenes as well (hanging and crawling under a B-17 bomber flying with 250mph speed 6000ft above the air is plain stupid).

Thing is, I have seen few more worse and more stupid films before this. So I still managed to slightly enjoy this one. Just a bit. This film is pretty much forgettable, but kinda memorable for its nonsense.

And what's with the retro feel and 70s/80s synth electronic music for a WW2 film?




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01 Jan 2021 13:26:38
This one isn't that good either, but at least watchable. And its 80s setup is quite nice actually. It was fun, but I won't be watching it again. Maybe my "high expectation" was simply "better than the first".


{Ed001's Note - I would expect pretty much anything to be better than the first, the DC films have been almost entirely terrible. Only the Dark Knight trilogy is quality.}



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08 Dec 2020 11:42:42
Yeah northern. There was some sort of chemistry between Pattinson and Washington. Hence the plot twist at the end was somehow a bit emotional as well.

I just can't get enough of this film. I already watched it twice, and I am planning to watch it again.




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15 Nov 2020 16:19:56
Ah. Thanks Ed01. So much.

What I really like about films, oftenly they give me the opportunities to know more about other countries. I don't travel, so films are my only way to "travel" around the world.

As you know, I love football as well. One tradition I know about you guys is, making songs for players that you guys love or adore. I never ever heard one before. When watching matches on TVs, there is no way you could hear these tunes clearly.

One scene in His House, one of the character went into some sort of bar with people watching a Stoke City match. They were singing a song on Peter Crouch, and this character sang along. And now I know how that Peter Crouch song sounds like.

I think I got it all wrong with my review for His House. They are not in London. The character did ask a barber "is this London?". How come Londoners watching a Stoke City match, and even singing while watching it, right?


{Ed001's Note - they could have been the local Stoke supporters group.}




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