Review – The Hangover 2

The Hangover 2

Todd Phillips

2011, USA

The gang from the original Hangover travel to Thailand for Doug’s wedding to his considerably better looking (and highly miscast) fiance. Doug wants only a bachelor brunch, but his friends disagree, so they settle for one beer on the beach. They drink it, go to bed, Doug gets married and the film finishes.

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Review – Ringu (1998)

Ring (リング Ringu)

Hideo Nakata

1998, Japan

A single mother working as a journalist starts investigating a series of recent peculiar deaths, once of which being her niece. Through her investigation she hears the story of a mysterious video tape that, once watched, the viewer has one week until their death. As she gets more involved in the mystery she discovers the tape.

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Baby Monkey, Bali

The Ubud Monkey Forest is a nature reserve and temple complex in Ubud, Bali. Its full name as written on a welcome sign is the Padangtegal Mandala Wisata Wanara Wana Sacred Monkey Forest Sanctuary. The complex houses approximately 340 Crab-eating Macaque (Macaca fascicularis) monkeys.

ee cummings | i love you much (most beautiful darling)

i love you much (most beautiful darling)

more than anyone on the earth and i
like you better than everything in the sky

—sunlight and singing welcome your coming

although winter may be everywhere
with such a silence and such a darkness
noone can quite begin to guess

(except my life) the true time of year—

and if what calls itself a world should have
the luck to hear such singing (or glimpse such
sunlight as will leap higher than high
through gayer than gayest someone’s heart at your each

nearness) everyone certainly would (my
most beautiful darling) believe in nothing but love

Review – Moonrise Kingdom

Moonrise Kingdom

Wes Anderson


Set days before a giant storm destroys much of the surroundings, an orphaned Khaki Scout runs away from his troop with his love on an Island off New England, hoping to get to a cove they name ‘Moonrise Kingdom’. What proceeds is a search for the young lovers through the wilderness by the girl’s parents, a local police officer and the whole scout group.

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Review – Seoul Raiders

Seoul Raiders

Jingle Ma


Currency plates are stolen to make fake American dollars and find their way to South Korea. Agent Lam (Tony Leung) is on the case and before long, has located his bevy of beautiful Korean assistants and, along with a Chinese thief he had a run in with in Hong Kong (Shu Qi), sets out trying to find the plates along with the man who drugged Lam and stole them (Richie Ren).

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