Good Ol’ Review: KBS Drama Special Slow is Strikingly Impactful and Important

TYPE OF REVIEW : GOOD OL’ REVIEW
Very minor spoilers.

KBS Drama Specials usually feature some of the boldest storytelling on all of Korean television. But none have ever been as striking as Slow (슬로우). Continue reading

Good Ol’ Review: KBS Drama Special If We Were a Season a Realistically Ethereal Love Story

TYPE OF REVIEW : GOOD OL’ REVIEW
Very minor spoilers.

The KBS Drama Special If We Were a Season (우리가 계절이라면) is a wonderfully realistic fairy tale of a love story. Continue reading

Good Ol’ Review: Surprising Twists in KBS Drama Special You Are Closer Than I Think

TYPE OF REVIEW : GOOD OL’ REVIEW
Very minor spoilers.

The KBS Drama Special You Are Closer Than I Think (당신은 생각보다 가까이에 있다) is the biggest surprise of the four episodes I watched from this season so far. Continue reading

Good Ol’ Review: Amazing Chemistry in KBS Drama Special Let Us Meet, Joo Oh

TYPE OF REVIEW : GOOD OL’ REVIEW
Very minor spoilers.

Let Us Meet, Joo Oh is the first KBS Drama Special I watched this season. And it was definitely a great one to start off with. Continue reading

Recap: Power Rangers Ninja Steel, Episode 20 – “It looks weak, like it’s… dying!” and Check-in Review

Recap: Power Rangers Ninja Steel, Episode 20 – Galvanax Rise

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Cosmo Royale welcomes everyone to the season finale of Galaxy Warriors and gives a quick recap of the last episode. Galvanax has severy scrap of Ninja Steel except the Power Stars. Continue reading

Good Ol’ Review: Episode of Stinger an Underwhelming Entry for Uchu Sentai Kyuranger

TYPE OF REVIEW : GOOD OL’ REVIEW
MAJOR spoilers.

I have been thoroughly enjoying Uchu Sentai Kyuranger. At this point, it’s probably, at the very least, number 3 on my all-time Sentai list. It has rarely, if ever, really disappointed me this season. But, that changes now after watching The V-cinema release Episode of Stinger.

Ouch! Continue reading

Good Ol’ Review: Shinkai’s Ambitious Children Who Chase Lost Voices Misses Mark

TYPE OF REVIEW : GOOD OL’ REVIEW
No spoilers.

Japanese director Makoto Shinkai has proven what a talented filmmaker and storyteller he is. From his acclaimed 5 Centimeters per Second to his recent blockbuster Your Name.

5 Centimeters per Second was my first Makoto Shinkai experience and I loved it. I immediately followed it up with The Place Promised in Our Early Days (which I must write a review of soon). And then Your Name captivated the world and myself.

Next on my list was Shinkai’s Children Who Chase Lost Voices (星を追う子ども /Journey to Agartha). Continue reading