Movies

Watching Movies In The Old Days

Brigitte Lin Chin Hsia and Chin Han in Outside the Window (窗外)

Masuk bilek, tutup pintu, tutup lampu, buka kain, main main. If you can answer the above riddle easily, it means you are most likely in your 50s or 60s now. Yes, I am talking about watching movies at the cinemas. What were you thinking about? Growing up in Binatang, I often tagged along with my parents or my friends to ...

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Blue Tears

Registration

The grand shooting ceremony of online movie “Blue Tears” was held this morning at Marriott Resort & Spa’s poolside. Blue Tears is a Malaysia-China joint production by Global China Film (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd and The Global Business Club (China). It is a love story with the main actor from China and the main actress from Miri. The online movie is ...

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Train To Busan – What A Ride!

train-to-busan

Train to Busan is speeding away like a runaway train in Malaysia, having grossed over RM20 million since it began screening on September 8 and making it the top South Korean film in Malaysia’s box-office history. It stars Gong Yoo, child actress Kim Su-an, Jung Yu-mi, Ma Dong-seok and Choi Woo-shik. What is really amazing is that this movie is ...

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Ola Bola – You Will Believe Again

Ola Bola

Influenced by the accolades that have been heaped on ‘Ola Bola’, my family and I decided to check out the movie at the TGV Cinema in Permaisuri Imperial City Mall this afternoon. The movie, directed by Chiu Keng Guan whose last movie The Journey raked in RM17 million and set a Malaysian box office record in 2014, is based on ...

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Ode To My Father

Ode to my father

It has been quite a long time since I last watched a Korean movie. Last night, I decided to watch the Korean blockbuster “Ode To My Father”, currently the second highest-grossing film in the history of Korean cinema. Ode to My Father (Hangul: 국제시장) is a 2014 South Korean generational epic capturing more than half a century of recent Korean ...

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Jurassic World

Scenes from Jurassic World

It was about a year ago that I last watched a movie in the cinema and that was at GSC. Though it opened for business last year, I have not patronized TGV Cinemas at the Permaisuri Imperial City Mall until today when I went to watch Jurassic World. Grossing $204.6 million dollars during opening weekend, Jurassic World became the 2nd ...

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Ah Boys To Men 新兵正傳

Ah Boys To Men

Where making movies in Singapore is concerned, you can bank on Jack Neo. His latest movie Ah Boys to Men (新兵正傳) has broken local box-office records by earning more than $1.5 million over its opening weekend, in the process beating the James Bond movie Skyfall, which was in its second week of release. The coming-of-age film about youths stepping out ...

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