16 September, 2016

Happy Malaysia Day

AsSalam n hello.

Happy Malaysia Day.

A country where the corruption is everywhere and the people don't even notice that what they are doing is corruption. Life is good after all when doing bad things not even noticeable.

But still, without Sabah and Sarawak, we won't be as rich as today.

And without MO1, we won't get as many debt as today too.

Life has made mature adults become 'aku malas nak kisah' then 'what happened? Did something happened??'.

Maturity change you. Life change you. So many disappointment that you just have to enjoy life even for the littlest things. Like seeing a pokemon, you feel so excited catching a Zulbat when you already catch it zillions of times.

Freedom is so far away for me. Sometimes i regret why i didn't just work and have a less than RM2k salary instead of being a postgrad student where i only get allowance for 2 years only. But then again, what is life when you think that you expect yourself to not be a student after 2 years?

I am more mellow now. Maybe the 'i don't care attitude' makes me mellow. I try not to shout too much. I try not to be angry too much. I become more reasonable. And when this happened, i see things from a mellow perspective. You see how unreasonable a person is when she's angry. You see the cruelty, the rudeness, the selfishness a person can be.

Such is life. No freedom when you have no money,  no freedom when you are still dependent on others.

Happy Malaysia Day. Where the country only unite only during Olympics.

And also during holiday season.

Enjoy life. Ta.

13 September, 2016

Train to Busan

AsSalam and hello.

have you watched Train to Busan? the one that has that movie poster of hot Gong Yoo carrying a little girl with the lovable Jung Yumi behind him running with him from behind? and with some trains and explosions at the background? and if you notice, there might also be hundreds of zombies at the back.

yeah. this one.

oh there's also Sohee, Choi Wooshik and the brilliant Ma Dong Seok in the poster.

i'm not a fan of zombies. really. excluding the sequel of that Maze Runner movie, i kinda hate every zombie movies out there. the last one that i remember that i actually like is Night of the Living Dead, which is brilliant.

but this Train to Busan tho, might have top it. it was brilliant! it was thrilling! i knew i would like it, but i was actually avoiding it cos i don't like zombies who eat human flesh scenes. to be honest, i'm not a fan of horror movie or any ridiculous movies like Final Destination.

but if you're a Game of Thrones fan, those brutal scenes are nothing after all.

this movie, this Train to Busan movie is just different. it was like i was riding a roller coaster for 2 hours when i saw it. i couldn't keep quietly at my seat. my sister also didn't sit quietly cos both of us were just so nervous. i love that thrilling feeling. it was awesome.

Ma Dong Seok tried to punch a zombie, ooh, i even moved my body.
Gong Yoo tried to escape, ooh i made an escape move.

it was awesome. it was fantastic. 

it wasn't so much of the actors or the storyline that made me excited. it was the feeling that i got when i watched it. the actors are brilliant, every Korean movie fans know that. but the characters's desperation to survive is just so strong, you end up feeling intrigued by it.

and the sacrifice. wow the sacrifice. you see how much impact a person's kindness can do to a person. it was sweet, sad and wow.

i haven't had this kind of feeling when i see something. i think the last time i had this much impact might be after i watched The Princess Man. 

you have to thank Korean directors for knowing how to make a person absorbs in things.