nice seto kaiba character study. seeing him deal grief and loss in his own little insane way was beautiful. also might have gotten teary eyed every time yugi was on screen... so happy to have grown up with these characters and love them all so many years later 💕
i loved it! i think i would have appreciated it more having watched it as a child first but i can see why this movie is so special to so many people. the idea of a lost princess finding her past but also building her future ! you can’t help but feel happiness when you see someone finally find their path.
also while reading reviews i was like “damn why did so many people mention the pink bat love interest being dumb...” but. yeah no i hated that. LMFAO
at this point it isn't a shock that doh kyungsoo is a remarkable actor, so i was so excited to experience his first lead role in a film! i had heard this would be a tearjerker, but the tragedy and gravity of this movie was something i just couldn't have anticipated. HOWEVER--swing kids doesn't depend on tragedy to make it memorable. despite how the film shows us the painful reality of war and how our ideologies become the catalyst for…
not to sound edgy, but nowadays i'm a bit cynical when watching "cheesy" films if it has to do with romance or fairytales especially, but this was just so, so, so charming with such a sweet and beautiful message :( i wish i had watched it as a young girl! but even hearing the message now feels very valuable and is worthwhile for everyone to be reminded of:
we are obsessed with changing our appearance to be liked by those…