dangermousie: (YKS 14 by srkfanatic)
so have some compensation:



There is nothing that is going to induce me to watch Scent of a Woman but I admire its dedication to ab perfection - Lee Dong Wook seems more devoted to angsting in the shower than anyone since the days of Kwon Sang Woo.

My current watching roster btw:

The Princess Man (my current obsession and in the running for best drama of the year), A Thousand Kisses (my happy kdrama), Warrior Baek Dong Soo (way behind though) for kdramas; Ikemen Desu Ne and Ouran High School Host Club (both wacky yet sweet) for jdramas; and Vigilantes in Masks and Relics of an Emissary for c/hkdramas (wuxia! hot people!).

On twdrama front - Material Queen is on hold because I am so behind I might as well watch it when it's done, I am waiting on more time to check out Love Keeps Going (though with Myung Wol done, I finally have space), I dropped Hayate because it was cute but I was not in the mood. I am waiting for KO 3an Guo subbing to be done so I can binge.

On other jdrama front, Tempest and Yamada Takayuki's drama both look good but I need to make space. I really want to check out hkdramas Ghetto Justice and Lives of Omission (I blame [livejournal.com profile] mookiehyun) but I plan to finish Relics first.

On kdrama front, I am not watching any more Family Honor until TPM is done because I like where I am and will binge on the remaining 23 eps once TPM is over - watching Park Shi Hoo in two different dramas at the time is confusing. I am not going to be checking out Poseidon because it look procedural-ish and that is not my thing, and I like Protect the Boss but do not have mad pash and eagerness so it's getting put on back-burner for now. Girl K joins the roster once there are subs and ditto for The Musical. Birdie Buddy is dropped because Invincible Lee Pyung Kang looks like it will remain the only golf drama I go for, Scent of a Woman is a no-no due to terminal illness. Gyebaek is waiting when a period drama slot opens up for me because I am already drowning in them. The rest didn't even register on my radar, so are out.
dangermousie: (YKS 14 by srkfanatic)
so have some compensation:



There is nothing that is going to induce me to watch Scent of a Woman but I admire its dedication to ab perfection - Lee Dong Wook seems more devoted to angsting in the shower than anyone since the days of Kwon Sang Woo.

My current watching roster btw:

The Princess Man (my current obsession and in the running for best drama of the year), A Thousand Kisses (my happy kdrama), Warrior Baek Dong Soo (way behind though) for kdramas; Ikemen Desu Ne and Ouran High School Host Club (both wacky yet sweet) for jdramas; and Vigilantes in Masks and Relics of an Emissary for c/hkdramas (wuxia! hot people!).

On twdrama front - Material Queen is on hold because I am so behind I might as well watch it when it's done, I am waiting on more time to check out Love Keeps Going (though with Myung Wol done, I finally have space), I dropped Hayate because it was cute but I was not in the mood. I am waiting for KO 3an Guo subbing to be done so I can binge.

On other jdrama front, Tempest and Yamada Takayuki's drama both look good but I need to make space. I really want to check out hkdramas Ghetto Justice and Lives of Omission (I blame [livejournal.com profile] mookiehyun) but I plan to finish Relics first.

On kdrama front, I am not watching any more Family Honor until TPM is done because I like where I am and will binge on the remaining 23 eps once TPM is over - watching Park Shi Hoo in two different dramas at the time is confusing. I am not going to be checking out Poseidon because it look procedural-ish and that is not my thing, and I like Protect the Boss but do not have mad pash and eagerness so it's getting put on back-burner for now. Girl K joins the roster once there are subs and ditto for The Musical. Birdie Buddy is dropped because Invincible Lee Pyung Kang looks like it will remain the only golf drama I go for, Scent of a Woman is a no-no due to terminal illness. Gyebaek is waiting when a period drama slot opens up for me because I am already drowning in them. The rest didn't even register on my radar, so are out.
dangermousie: (YKS 14 by srkfanatic)
so have some compensation:



There is nothing that is going to induce me to watch Scent of a Woman but I admire its dedication to ab perfection - Lee Dong Wook seems more devoted to angsting in the shower than anyone since the days of Kwon Sang Woo.

My current watching roster btw:

The Princess Man (my current obsession and in the running for best drama of the year), A Thousand Kisses (my happy kdrama), Warrior Baek Dong Soo (way behind though) for kdramas; Ikemen Desu Ne and Ouran High School Host Club (both wacky yet sweet) for jdramas; and Vigilantes in Masks and Relics of an Emissary for c/hkdramas (wuxia! hot people!).

On twdrama front - Material Queen is on hold because I am so behind I might as well watch it when it's done, I am waiting on more time to check out Love Keeps Going (though with Myung Wol done, I finally have space), I dropped Hayate because it was cute but I was not in the mood. I am waiting for KO 3an Guo subbing to be done so I can binge.

On other jdrama front, Tempest and Yamada Takayuki's drama both look good but I need to make space. I really want to check out hkdramas Ghetto Justice and Lives of Omission (I blame [livejournal.com profile] mookiehyun) but I plan to finish Relics first.

On kdrama front, I am not watching any more Family Honor until TPM is done because I like where I am and will binge on the remaining 23 eps once TPM is over - watching Park Shi Hoo in two different dramas at the time is confusing. I am not going to be checking out Poseidon because it look procedural-ish and that is not my thing, and I like Protect the Boss but do not have mad pash and eagerness so it's getting put on back-burner for now. Girl K joins the roster once there are subs and ditto for The Musical. Birdie Buddy is dropped because Invincible Lee Pyung Kang looks like it will remain the only golf drama I go for, Scent of a Woman is a no-no due to terminal illness. Gyebaek is waiting when a period drama slot opens up for me because I am already drowning in them. The rest didn't even register on my radar, so are out.
dangermousie: (Chuno - plot)


By 'art' I, of course, refer to Jason Momoa's chest.

Just came back from Conan the Barbarian.

If you expect to see a good movie that reveals something about the meaning of life, you should not bother. If, like me, all you want is some fake period stuff, major cheese and gory violence, plus Jason Momoa running around shirtless for most of the movie, than CtB is very well worth the ticket price (well, maybe not the 3D price. I was forced to shell out for 3D showing as the only one available and the most I can say is the 3D was unobtrusive. The sooner that fad dies, the better).

The heroine, btw, was the most violent and sex-positive nun I have ever seen. Maybe I should discover religion if it means I get to hit that:



So yes, go see it. It's got gore and Jason Momoa shirtless. And what more can you possibly need?

Oh, and if you haven't yet figured out that this whole post is basically an excuse for pics, here is one more hint.

dangermousie: (Chuno - plot)


By 'art' I, of course, refer to Jason Momoa's chest.

Just came back from Conan the Barbarian.

If you expect to see a good movie that reveals something about the meaning of life, you should not bother. If, like me, all you want is some fake period stuff, major cheese and gory violence, plus Jason Momoa running around shirtless for most of the movie, than CtB is very well worth the ticket price (well, maybe not the 3D price. I was forced to shell out for 3D showing as the only one available and the most I can say is the 3D was unobtrusive. The sooner that fad dies, the better).

The heroine, btw, was the most violent and sex-positive nun I have ever seen. Maybe I should discover religion if it means I get to hit that:



So yes, go see it. It's got gore and Jason Momoa shirtless. And what more can you possibly need?

Oh, and if you haven't yet figured out that this whole post is basically an excuse for pics, here is one more hint.

dangermousie: (Chuno - plot)


By 'art' I, of course, refer to Jason Momoa's chest.

Just came back from Conan the Barbarian.

If you expect to see a good movie that reveals something about the meaning of life, you should not bother. If, like me, all you want is some fake period stuff, major cheese and gory violence, plus Jason Momoa running around shirtless for most of the movie, than CtB is very well worth the ticket price (well, maybe not the 3D price. I was forced to shell out for 3D showing as the only one available and the most I can say is the 3D was unobtrusive. The sooner that fad dies, the better).

The heroine, btw, was the most violent and sex-positive nun I have ever seen. Maybe I should discover religion if it means I get to hit that:



So yes, go see it. It's got gore and Jason Momoa shirtless. And what more can you possibly need?

Oh, and if you haven't yet figured out that this whole post is basically an excuse for pics, here is one more hint.

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