Sometimes a leading man comes along that catches your eye just from the visuals alone. Which is why we decided to try Indian movie Geetha Gonvindam. So come find out if this Bollywood romantic comedy can keep our attention past the initial pretty.Continue reading
Looking for a romantic comedy to watch this Friday night instead of going out on the town? Come find out if the Filipino movie My Ex and Whys fits the bill.
I’m not sure if we’ve ever reviewed an Indian movie before, but our fans know we love to explore new languages and cultures. This is an older movie, but I think it stands the test of time.Continue reading
Gaming, Japanese flower boys, starry-eyed dreamers, and men who put their feet straight in their mouths. Join Clkytta and Telzeytalks as we review the Japanese movie, My Long Awaited Love Story.Continue reading
Are you looking for a suspenseful movie that stars a talented new actress and Choi Woo Shik with amazing hair? Then look no further than The Witch Part 1. Come find out what we felt about the movie and if this is your next must see film.Continue reading
The Fangirl’s went to the theater to see the tap dancing war movie Swing Kids. Come find out if it tapped it’s way into our hearts in this week’s movie review.Continue reading
Karie the Maknae and Kmuse delve into the world of time travel and multiple versions of Yang Mi in their Fangirl Movie Review of the Chinese movie Fatal Countdown: Reset. Come find out if their love of all things Yang Mi continues! Continue reading
It’s Thanksgiving weekend and I’m still on a food buzz. While scrolling through Netflix I found this fun Chinese movie that I think we all need to watch as we continue to digest our turkey and ham. I tried to keep this review spoiler free, but one or two may have slipped in.
The Fangirls watched Kim Nam Gil’s latest movie Memories of a Murderer and have many thoughts we want to share. How can you not have opinions when you have double the serial killers? So join us as we share whether this movie is one that is worth investing your time and emotions.
This fangirl loves to travel and I’m always looking for shows I can download onto my electronic devices and watch while I’m in no man’s land aka on the plane. I discovered The Princess and the Matchmaker last month and meant to watch it with my fellow fangirls during our time in L.A. for the BTS concert, but we got all distracted by other visual offerings. Last weekend I was headed out of town and I remembered that I had this movie to watch. My best friend, who isn’t into kdramas, watched this one on the plane with me and she laughed while I took notes. I tried to keep my review pretty spoiler free, but beware, I may have slipped one in and not noticed. Continue reading