Ok Bollywood. Nice try.

Here’s the trailer for the latest John Abraham flick.

IT IS NEARLY SHOT FOR SHOT THE SAME AS 아저씨 (The Man From Nowhere). I love Bollywood but I have NO PATIENCE for these lame remakes. John Abraham is an okay actor, and (most importantly) very handsome with a slammin’ bod. He is not, however, Won Bin. The trailer doesn’t even attempt to be honest and say it’s based on another film, and OF COURSE it’s guaranteed to be shittier than the original. Surely there’s an entire extra subplot where we see his backstory and the love interest who probs got murdered by the same guy who’s now trying to harvest the little girl’s organs. Because it’s Bollywood so things have to be AS COMPLICATED AS POSSIBLE. Gimme some Karan Johar movies! At least they’re somewhat original!!

A moment of silence please, for that child actor being forced to wear such a heinous wig.

If you haven’t seen 아저씨 you should get to it on Netflix. Won Bin is flawless.

In which I sit through the Oscars for a single glimpse of Lee Byung Hun

The Oscars are terrible. I only ever watch with my sister because she is as sassy as I am. Maybe even a little meaner. Celebrities are people too kindof! If Reese Witherspoon has a team of people working around the clock to make her look good and it still doesn’t work out, what hope is there for me? None. No hope at all.

Anyway. It was worth watching for Lee Byung Hun. The #1 hunk of Korea (besides Lee Kwang Soo OF COURSE) and the #1 hunk of my heart. My boyfriend is very aware that if I were ever to meet Byung Hun, and if he decides to cheat on his wife (again. with me.) that IT’S ON. Not to mention, an extremely likely scenario.

Have y’all ever noticed that Byung Hun sounds like he learned English from Mr. Moviefone? Are y’all too young to know who that is? Is that even a Google-able reference?

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