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  • Movie Review: Marrying Mr.Perfect/嫁個一百分男人

    Sunday, Apr 29, 2012 12:54PM / Press Release / Members only

    90 minutes of my life I’ll never have back.

    I watch every Wong Jing film, and sometimes my penance for that dedication is the watching itself.

    I even went to the Grand at Elements to watch this turd. Because it was barely playing here. 

    How f@#$ing broke can Gigi Leung be? She took her career to China and it got disappeared faster than a dissident.


     You know what? F@#$ this. 

    It used to be fun to watch movies I knew were garbage. It’s not fun any more. I’m tired of being insulted by movies. 

    I know many of you were looking forward to a review of Nightfall, the new movie from the arrogant halfwits that brought us MurdererI’m sorry, I couldn’t bring myself to waste the time and money to see Nightfall and the time to write the review. 

    From now on I’m not going to watch many movies, and I’m going to review even fewer. I’m bitter and cynical enough in my life without knowingly amplifying it. It got so bad I became afraid of myself. 

    The movies are what they have become, and they are entitled to it. If I find them so annoying, I have no choice but to walk away. 

    I sincerely apologize for stopping, but I quite simply don’t have the heart for it any more. I really don’t need to be reminded that the major reason for my moving to Hong Kong is now a horrifically bad joke. 

    So long, and thank you for laughing. It made it much easier and I am sincerely flattered and grateful.

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  • Etchy
    posted on Tuesday, May 29, 2012 3:06PM [Report]
    But how will you know they're really bad until you watch it? You may be missing some real gems!!

    Or not!
  • mariejost
    Official artist 
    posted on Sunday, May 6, 2012 9:59PM [Report]
    I think your decision to stop spending time on things you feel have no value to you (and anybody else?) is also a sign of making that transition to what society calls middle-age. I don't like the term because, technically, middle-age should start somewhere around 40 (or even in your 30s if your family has a penchant for dying young), but I do get that there is a different phase of life that begins somewhere from the late 30s to 50s. I became very impatient with things that waste my time because it was suddenly brought home to me that my time was limited (especially with full faculties at my command) and I was going to spend it on the things that mattered to me. Now if only I could find a way to make a decent living that had me doing things that I felt weren't a huge waste of my time. But at least I cut out a lot of things that had no value for me and were taking up my time.
  • peachey
    posted on Monday, Apr 30, 2012 12:41AM [Report]
    Watching - and paying for - garbage movies (or anything) was never fun for me. I thought you were a bit loopy to subject yourself to it but you seemed to be enjoying yourself at the time and more power to you. The trash finally got to you and I'm only surprised it took so long. haha.

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