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[REVIEW] [THAI MOVIE] SEVEN SOMETHING

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it’s been a few weeks since i watch this movie and i just wrote it now -.- lazy me
i must admit that the main reason i watched this movie was because of Khunnie^^

yes! it’s a debut movie for Khun and as a Hottest, i will support and watch it kekeke~

since i’m not that good at story telling, here’s the story line. the movie tells 3 different love stories.

  • Directed by Paween Purijitpanya, Adisorn Trisirikasem, Jira Maligool
  • Starring Jirayu La-ongmanee, Suthata Udomsilp, Sunny Suwanmethanon and Cris Horwang, Nichkhun Horvejkul, Sukwan Bulakul, Panissara Phimpru
  • Released in Thai cinemas on July 26, 2012; rated G
  • Wise Kwai’s rating: 4/5

 

 

 

 

 

FIRST STORY


A teenage love story. It’s actually a bit of a psycho-drama, examining the peculiar habit of constantly snapping self-portrait phone-cam photos and oversharing on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Instagram, etc.
Their relationship starts out cute with the schoolyard gossip about the couple playing in dialogue recorded over the school.
As the kids court, the boy’s obsession with recording the entire proceedings becomes problematic when he uses his tricked-out iPhone to make a video of his sweetheart during an outing in the park. She thinks the short film was made just for her, and she’s disappointed to find he’s shared it with everyone. Later, a personal chat and ukulele performance she gives him on Skype is recorded and shared. After she gets mad, he tries to make it private, but it’s too late. The relationship hits a firewall.
Even then, the kid can’t stop with the Internet, taking to the popular Pantip.com Web forum to share his feelings about the breakup, and then finally recording a tearful apology and of course sharing it with everyone.

this first story is kind of funny. somehow, it represents what happen nowadays lol.
though it don’t have a happy ending but i love the ending.
the girl is really cute and pretty. 
moral of the story, don’t get to attach with your gadget or social media lol.

 

SECOND STORY

it tells the story of a 21-year-old actor and actress who become hitched while making a romantic comedy called Sea You. Afterward, they had a very ugly, very public break-up. Now, at age 28, with her value as a starlet quickly diminishing, the actress Mam tracks down her old co-star boyfriend Jon in hopes of getting him on board for a sequel, Sea You Again.
It’s a sharp commentary on the state of youth-obssessed showbiz in which still-attractive, still-talented stars find their opportunities drying up before they even hit 30.

the second story don’t attach me that well. the love story is standard. 
what makes it lovely is the view of Siam Ocean World and anyway, the man actress is looks like Lee Dong Wook.

 

THIRD STORY


A story about marathon runners, 42.195 km. Running a marathon is a new beginning for a 42-year-old widowed newscaster. Still in mourning over the husband she lost to an airliner crash, she is strolling in Lumpini Park when she is literally knocked head over heels by a young runner, 20 years her junior. He’s played by Nichkhun Horvejkul, the Thai guy in the immensely popular South Korean boyband 2PM. He’s also making his debut as an actor. ^O^
The two form an odd but heartfelt friendship as they support each other in training for the Bangkok marathon and preparing themselves for hitting that physical and mental “wall” at some point during the race.

finally, khunnie~~ ^^
it’s been a while since we saw him. plus he’s still on hiatus because of what happened to him before. sigh.
but still, when the third story started, the circumstances is different lol.
seeing his angel smile can make a happy feeling kkk~
anw, the third one have a great story. it’s actually simple story just a different package and it’s good.
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“Running a marathon is not merely for exercising. Because running can be done alone and when we run we will find if we intend to do it, we can do it. Every step taken is not just a step closer to the finish line, but is it a way of overcoming yourself. And we would discover interest things along the way.” – @Khunnie0624

though he isn’t the main character and don’t have much conversation lone, it’s a good starting for his acting *please be note, i’m not a professional kkk~

if i have to rate this, i would like to rate it 3/5 *it’s just my opinion
and anyway, if you watch it, don’t think much. just watch it for fun.
happy watching~~
you can share too if you already watched it^^

the story line credited to thaifilmjournal.blogspot.com

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One thought on “[REVIEW] [THAI MOVIE] SEVEN SOMETHING

  1. what is the phone used by puan in this movie?

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