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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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06 May 2021 12:36:51
I resumed watching another half an hour of Snyder's Cut. I think I am not going to finish it.

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{Ed001's Note - it is not worth the effort.}


 

 

02 May 2021 10:36:26
Mortal Kombat. I was a fan of the first film during my teenage years. The film itself wasn't good (I realized that many many years after that, of course, when I tried to rewatch it), and so the only hope I have before watching the 2021 film was simply for it to be better than the 1995's. And indeed it is way better than the 1995's.

The acting is really bad. The dialogue is bad. The fight scenes aren't great but better. Good amount of violence. The visuals and effects are great. Nothing much to talk about the story, nothing special (a bit different from the previous Mortal Kombat though). And so I ended up enjoyed it a lot. I had a good time.

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24 Apr 2021 11:01:28
Any of you guys have watched Nobody? I had a lot of fun. Yeah it's somehow almost similar to John Wick (its written by the same writer though) and The Equalizer, but I would say this is a bit more fun. There aren't any fancy gunfight moves like those in John Wick films, it's not as serious or as dark as The Equalizer, but it is still brutal. And fun. And I have said the word fun few times already. It gives me the feeling when I first watched the first John Wick. I hope they are not making a sequel. It's a good brutal and fun action movie, but making it into a franchise will definitely ruin it. Just like what they have done with Wick, Equalizer, Taken and maybe some others.

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{Ed001's Note - I still like the John Wick movies, all of them. Adding Mark Dacascos to the latest one was a masterstroke as I really like him.

I haven't yet seen Nobody but really want to, all the more so now you have said this.}


1.) 24 Apr 2021 12:39:27
He doesn't look like he have aged. Even his physical. Brought back old memories definitely when saw him in Wick 3. I remember how I enjoyed Double Dragon so much when I was younger, I watched it many many times.

{Ed001's Note - one of my favourite movies ever is Drive which stars him. Brilliant film.}


 

 

03 Apr 2021 12:04:36
Godzilla Vs Kong

Oh my! Incredible! The title clearly tells what you can expect from this film; battle of the titans. You will get exactly that. Lots of them.

I don't mind much about the story. When it comes to the humans, its just dumb and goofy but in a fun way. The scene keying in passcode to lock a door, that's so funny. The sci-fi stuffs in it are ridiculous, but its still enjoying and exciting. The visuals are top-notch. Best of all, most of the battle scenes between the titans and the monsters are in broad daylight. Its so enjoying to watch. Its a spectacle.

I will definitely going to watch this again!

HaizanMSS

{Ed001's Note - I just love Godzilla, always have done, so I am looking forward to seeing this.}


1.) 05 Apr 2021 10:43:00
Really liked it. Daft but it is what it is. Battle in Hong Kong is well done.


2.) 09 Apr 2021 04:15:39
I was going to write a post about why I didn't like this movie, but it would come across as me taking the movie seriously(which I'm not), so I'll just post this video here, as it explains everything in a comedic way.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LGGWC5-q1Ts


3.) 13 Apr 2021 10:39:52
Godzilla was the first film I ever cried at in 1978 the black and white version I was five but always loved the sentiment behind the story

{Ed001's Note - I used to love the Japanese ones. For some reason a guy in a rubber suit fighting another guy in a rubber suit just seemed sheer genius when I was a kid. Just always felt they ruined it with all the storylines involving humans, instead of just letting Gojira do his thing.}


4.) 13 Apr 2021 10:58:11
Lol I hope your still not into that kinda stuff ed
Yes I agree I still prefer Korean or Japanese films to anything Hollywood knock out
But the best of all time and is my name on most things electronic
Monkey magic
Best series ever as a kid was and am still obcessed

{Ed001's Note - I still love them mate. How can you not? They are so bad they are great.}


5.) 13 Apr 2021 11:19:55
That true like the old batman series
Just having fun is a thing of the past

{Ed001's Note - yep, has to be bigger and louder each time now. Though Wonder Woman tried too hard to be fun and ended up just being junk, but not trashy enough to be good.}


 

 

21 Feb 2021 12:56:19
Sator

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.

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02 May 2021 12:37:19
Sorry to hear that Ed01.

As for the writer, I haven't watch Fault In Our Stars yet, but I have watched Paper Towns which I like a lot.

I watched Paper Towns basically because of its screenwriter. The first I watched was 500 Days of Summer, and looked up for his other works (Spectacular Now and Paper Towns) and I enjoyed all of them.

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{Ed001's Note - to be honest I would not know who wrote what in terms of screenwriters. It is not something I have even considered looking at.}


 

 

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02 May 2021 11:11:17
By the way Ed01, which one is the Liverpool fan? The writer of the book, or the screenwriters?

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{Ed001's Note - the book. My daughter has read that, and all his books, many times. He is a priest or something, who works with terminally ill cancer patients I think.

It probably struck a chord with me as my best friend fought against various forms of cancer for about 10 years before finally succumbing and, at the time it came out, he had leukemia and it was just a matter of time for him as well.}


 

 

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02 May 2021 10:40:35
Ah sorry. I didn't notice there is a post for this already.

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02 May 2021 10:39:59
If that 10 years includes this year, top of my list would be Pixar's Soul. For me, it is the best Pixar movie, and I would even personally rate it as one of the best movies I have ever watched, despite it being an animation film. A truly moving film.

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24 Apr 2021 12:39:27
He doesn't look like he have aged. Even his physical. Brought back old memories definitely when saw him in Wick 3. I remember how I enjoyed Double Dragon so much when I was younger, I watched it many many times.

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{Ed001's Note - one of my favourite movies ever is Drive which stars him. Brilliant film.}


 

 

 

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