It Wasn’t A Sequel To Begin With
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My 3rd novel wasn’t meant to be a sequel to the 2nd novel in the first place. Then something happened. Characters began to beg to be included in the story. Thus, a sequel was born.

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Movie Review: Hansel & Gretel

Submitted by on August 27, 2009 – 14:51No Comment

This is freaky! Like totally freaky! Freaky movie enhanced by utterly rich colours that bring out the creepiness of the entire story, Hansel & Gretel has a wonderful story to tell about children growing up… and adults refusing to grow up. And it begins with young man, Eun-su, who is on his way to meet his mother. He is driving when an intense phone conversation distracts him and gets him into an accident. It happens so fast, there is no help as he faints behind the wheels. When he gains consciousness, he wakes up in the middle for the forest. And his freaky adventure begins.

In the dark forest, he meets a girl who kindly takes him to her home because night has fallen. He seeks rest in her home and is introduced to the family of five. He feels weird in their midst but couldn’t quite tell what is amidst. His intention is to leave first thing in the morning and look for a way back to the main road. But that’s not what the family has in mind.

Hansel & Gretel looks like a child’s fantasy movie; what with all the goodies featured in the home of the settings. A house full of cookies, candies, toys and balloons – there is no better heaven for any children in this world. And I thought, “Oh well, this looks like a good children movie for laughter.” Only to find it totally otherwise.

The story takes on a peculiar twist of the fairytale Hansel & Gretel, which all of us have grown up listening to. It’s this place where a young man walks into and simply couldn’t find his way out of the home forever. Conquered by three equally cute and adorable kids, you’ll find yourself shivering with fear yet smiling at the same time as the story unfolds. Definitely not suitable for children below the age of 12. So parents, watch it on your own!

Note: Reviews are based on foundations stated HERE.

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