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Film Review: Laundromat (2019) - USA

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Film Review: Laundromat (2019) - USA

Laundromat (2019) - USA Reviewed by Andrew Chan (Film Critics Circle of Australia)   Something very interesting about the latest Netflix original film “Laundromat” is not the complicated subject matter that it deals with, but rather the simplicity nature that Director Steven Soderbergh, with a hectic screenplay by Scott Z. Burns manages to portray it on-screen. The “Panama Papers” notoriously did not get the maximum exposure from the global press as it should have been and the result is like the original intention of the people behind it all, to legally hide behind a scheme of events for tax avoidance...

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Series Review: Designated Survivor: 60 Days (60일, 지정생존자) (TV-2019) - South Korea

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Series Review: Designated Survivor: 60 Days (60일, 지정생존자) (TV-2019) - South Korea

Designated Survivor: 60 Days (60일, 지정생존자) (TV-2019) - South Korea   Reviewed by Andrew Chan (Film Critics Circle of Australia) Season 1: 16 episodes (1 hour each)   Riding on the back of the American successful TV series “Designated Survivor”, we get a rehash of sorts with everything Korean, from White House to Blue House, from Middle East threats to North Korea to a story that rhymes with the Korean general public. To say that this series succeeded is an understatement as it manages to stay fresh, despite many elements being inspired by the original and at the same time...

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TV Series Review: One Spring Night (TV-2019) - South Korea

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TV Series Review: One Spring Night (TV-2019) - South Korea

One Spring Night (TV-2019) - South Korea   Original Netflix Series - 16 episodes (60 minutes each) Reviewed by Andrew Chan (Film Critics Circle of Australia)   Realistic romantic drama is what makes director Ahn Pan Suk and writer Kim Eun second collaboration with the similarly themed “Something in the Rain” a success. “One Spring Night” follows a similar route to portray real characters in their 30s thrown into situations and circumstances of life that are largely realistic as if the audience is witnessing their relationships and changes in real-life effect. Its help that the chemistry between two leads played...

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TV Series Review: Chief of Staff (TV-2019) - South Korea

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TV Series Review: Chief of Staff (TV-2019) - South Korea

Chief of Staff (TV-2019) - South Korea   Season 1 - 10 episodes (1 hour each) Reviewed by Andrew Chan (Film Critics Circle of Australia)   This is one of the best political drama to come out of Korea in recent years and like “House of Cards”, we see the rise of a well-meaning nobody to the climbing of a political ladder that often means disregarding all principles and means to achieve an end. The moral dilemma is what makes the series interesting and the dog eat dog politics means it fascinating viewing. On top of that we see collusion...

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TV Series Review: Bangkok Love Stories: Plead (TV-2019) - Thailand

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TV Series Review: Bangkok Love Stories: Plead (TV-2019) - Thailand

Bangkok Love Stories: Plead (TV-2019) - Thailand   Netflix Season 1 - 13 episodes (40 minutes each) Reviewed by Andrew Chan (Film Critics Circle of Australia)   Simple yet emotionally driven love stories are hard to come by and this Thai TV series supported by Netflix - “Bangkok Love Stories: Plead” is brilliant at what it wants to achieve and keeps the audience interested all the way till its finale. What I enjoyed about this series is the simplicity of human conditions and going back to the very basic of human feelings and relationships. It is a film about family,...

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