Happy Old Year (2019)
A woman wants to reorganize her house and convert it into a home office. She will throw anything that has been lying around unused. However, she faces a great challenge when she comes across some items that belonged to her ex-boyfriend.
This movie has the taste of indie where the story relies more on the emotional impact of the protagonist side. The story progress slowly but realistically down to your feelings. There was no unnecessary event, instead, the acting, the tone, the cinematography, the settings are all collaborated to convey the message of self-realization from all the choices you made. And yes, I am fully aware that I can let go of the things and people, but the memories will always remain.
Plead: Bangkok Love Stories 2 (2019)
In Bangkok’s Chinatown, a spirited digital marketing expert falls for a blind fortune teller, but their love is destined to end in disaster.
This series is not your typical drama because it revolves the different beliefs, traditions and how it will affect on the relationship. A quite tangled issues between family and love, fate and destiny. I like how the story develops and remind us how to make most of our time, how to show love and be grateful of love.
Brother of the Year (2018)
Jane lives with her brother Chut with her being the only one doing everything around the house. But Chut will need to learn to take care of himself when Jane is about to get married and move to Japan.
I like this movie simply because it’s realistic, especially the relationship between the siblings. It has the elements of humor, sadness and a pinch of love story. The plot shows what a family should be despite of broken connection and falling out of understanding.
One day (2016)
A woman suffers from a rare form of temporary amnesia, lasting for a day. Her shy colleague, who is secretly in love with her, tells her that they are a couple in order to experience being with her for just one day.
This movie symbolizes about sacrificing and true love. It’s a bittersweet story that will strain your heart. Sometimes for those experiencing unrequited love, having one day to be with someone you love is such a blessing and unselfishly you couldn’t ask for more.
Take Me Home (2016)
The story features a man, Tan (Mario Maurer) who struggles to find his own identity after mysteries accident and after returning home to his twin sister, Tubtim (Wannarot Sonthichai) he learns to fear her secrets and those of her family in that house.
Honestly, I watched this movie only because of Mario, I just miss him on the screen and well, this film has an interesting premise too. Take Me Home is a family ghost story and though it took me some time to understand the plot, the visual effects and soundtrack are excellent. This film doesn’t have much dialogue instead it uses motif and images to develop the story and go deep with the larger context. This is not a traditional horror movie as I expected and yet, it was a good experience to see the different elements of this genre.
The film follows the antics of three secondary school students who form a rock band to impress girls, but, despite their efforts, play poorly and regularly end up losers.
I had fun watching this movie. It’s musical and comedic. The theme features of teenage romance, friendship and dreams. I like the way they presented the band’s journey. Just don’t expect a lot from this film, simply it focuses on attaining their goal, growing up and resolving issues.