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Sunday, July 20, 2008
Wicker Park

When I watched Troy, I didn't get the fuss about Diane Kruger being 'the face that launched 1000 ships'. I thought she looked way matured for that small-dicked Orlando Bloom. However, after being insisted by my friend HB, I watched Wicker Park which totally change my view on Diane Kruger. My God she's smoking hot!

Wicker Park is actually a relatively old movie, released around 2004. I never really wanted to watch the film just because it starred Josh 'Slimeface' Harnett. I hate Josh Harnett as how girls hate Paris Hilton. It comes natural.

Anyway I was pleasantly surprised by the movie. It is a gripping story with plots intertwined and weaved every so beautifully. Its about this Matt guy who is trying to trace his former flame, Lisa which mysteriously disapears like 2 years ago. There's a new plot in every act which make this film 'utterly' unpredictable.

All in all, as a professional movie reviewer, I'll rate this movie B+.

Fun facts: the movie is a remake of a french film, L' Appartement and the restaurant which Lisa made a phone call is called 'Belluci', as a homage to the original film which stars you guess it, Monica 'overtits' Belluci.


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