Category: Film

Reviews of films and movies.

Good Ol’ Review: Park Jun Mook and Kim Seong Hyuk Shine in Poetic “Happy Ending”
Mini-Recap: Ohsama Sentai King-Ohger – Adventure Heaven
Recap/Mini-Review: Kamen Rider Geats – 4 Aces and the Black Fox

Just as another season of the DGP is about to begin, a strange tree has appeared in the middle of Tokyo. Huge fruits begin falling to the ground and hordes of Jyamato pop out as they burst. Michinaga, Keiwa and Neon hurry out to battle the Jyamatos with Ace arriving fashionably late. But a “Final Boss” arrives to the glee of two mysterious viewers.

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Good Ol’ Review: Bela Padilla and Kim Gun Woo Carry Simple, but Sweet “Ultimate Oppa”

Available on Prime Video, the Filipino-Korean film Ultimate Oppa is a fluffy, lighthearted romantic-comedy. A simple, but sweet story that fulfills your basic rom-com needs. The film won’t break any new ground and may not be the most polished film you’ll ever see. But Bela Padilla and Kim Gun Woo share a wonderful chemistry that is more than enough to carry the film through to the predictable, but satisfying end.

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Good Ol’ Review: “Kamen Rider Geats × Revice: Movie Battle Royale” a Solid Viewing Experience

It is an interesting experience for me going into Kamen Rider Geats × Revice: Movie Battle Royale seeing as how I don’t particularly care for either season involved in this movie. Or I ended up being very disappointed in both seasons by their ends. But since it’s actually a Movie War and not some random TTFC special, I will of course watch it.

And it’s a solid movie that focuses more on the strengths of the two seasons rather than their weaknesses. Thankfully.

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Recap: Kamen Rider Shinobi, Episode 46 NinPow! Raid the Base! Give the Good News!
Recap/Mini-Review: Avataro Sentai Donbrothers VS Zenkaiger
Good Ol’ Review: “Ditto” a Wonderfully Nostalgic Film
Good Ol’ Review: Jeon Do Yeon Captivates in Pulpy “Kill Boksoon”
Good Ol’ Review: “To Every You I’ve Loved Before” and “To Me, The One Who Loved You”

Right off the bat, if you’re wondering which of these two connected anime films to watch first, here’s what I think based on my experience. I decided to watch the “blue” movie (color based on poster) first. That is To Every You I’ve Loved Before. Then watched “To Me, The One Who Loved You” (the “red” movie) second. And it was fine. But if you are looking for a more chronological and perhaps easier-on-the-brain experience, definitely go with To Me, The One… first. Ether way, you’ll still get the same conflicted, bittersweet climax for our main characters.

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