Exhausting. Feeling Exhausted. So, I took advices from some people (including some of you) to take a time off from work to figure things out. I made the full used of my 4 days off (MC, off day, off day, AL). What a bless!
I went for the interview I've mentioned in the previous post. I even shortlisted for the next round. But it's totally not worth it. I guess I might stay a little while longer in my current job.
Enough said about the interview.
I've spent most of my days
I watched lots of J-Drama series and cried every chances I got. It was very exhausting to cry over stupid drama series. But it made me forgot whatever things that have been hanging in my mind completely. I'm fully 'recovered', I might say. Completely!
Last night, Ju, Intan and I went to watch 'Drag Me to Hell' at GSC@1Utama. What can I say, it was the completion of exhaust moment for the week. Movie is supposed to be fun and entertaining, right? But this is way way out of entertaining. Not even close. Not even a bit. It was torture.
The sound was too loud. Maybe this is what this movie producer/maker/director intentionally did. Scare audiences with scary voices and sounds. I'm not scared at all. I even laughed out loud over something utterly ridiculous. But the sounds made me exhausted. Even more. And depressed at the same time.
I guess Hollywood is not known best for their horror movie. The plot was not even logic. The ending will make you question why you went to watch it in the first place.
Completely horrendous (not movie wise). Completely ridiculous. Completely depressing. And complete waste of time and my RM11.50.
p/s 1: What is your favorite horror movie of all time? In terms of plotting, screenplay, or whatever.
p/s 2: And sorry for the harsh short-review of the movie.