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March 6, 2021 | 16,508 Visits


Messy “Girl on the Train” a Laughable Remake

If you’re a fan of the Paula Hawkins’ 2015 novel The Girl on the Train and the 2016 film of the same name starring Emily Blunt, Netflix recently released the Hindi version of The Girl on the Train. As of March 4, 2021, the film has been...
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Flawed “Hi Bye, Mama!” a Sweet Look at “What-Ifs”

Note: Post contains spoilers Family, tragedy, sorrow, heart, and healing: The TvN/Netflix drama Hi Bye, Mama! has it all wrapped up in a heartwarming comedy-drama that asks the question of what would happen if a loved one came back to life to regain...
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Review: Promising “Mystic Pop-up Bar” Fizzles

Note: Post may contains spoilers COVID-19 has given many people a renewed love with K-Drama indulgence, and Netflix has become one of the leading sources for K-Dramas for international audiences. Despite 2020’s wretchedness, Netflix has gifted us...
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Monsta X’s “Who Do U Love?” Almost Perfect

On June 21, 2019, Monsta X released “Who Do U Love?” The track features French Montana, making Monsta X next in a line of K-Pop artists to collaborate with Westerners. “Who Do U Love?” is a solid track. Monsta X’s...
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Product Review: Elizavecca Cer-100 Collagen Protein Treatment

Do you have hair that looks like a burnt, wild haystack? Does it tangle and knot easily? Do you have split ends and frays? If any of these scenarios apply to you, then Elizavecca’s Cer-100 Collagen Protein hair treatment is a must-try! My hair...
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BTS Warm Up Cold, Rainy Chicago: A Non-ARMY Experience

BTS Warm Up Cold, Rainy Chicago: A Non-ARMY Experience SETLIST 1. “Dionysus” 2. “Not Today” 3. “Outro: Wings” 4. Trivia: “Just Dance” (J-Hope Solo) 5. “Euphoria” (Jungkook Solo) 6. “Best of Me” 7. “Serendipity” (Jimin...
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BLACKPINK Release Messy “Kill This Love”

On April 4, 2019, BLACKPINK made their much-anticipated comeback with “Kill This Love.” The single also includes three new B-sides: “Hope Not,” “Don’t Know What to Do,” and “Kick It.” While “Kill This Love” has racked up...
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Product Review: Chang-Po Bubble Foam Hair Color

As a fan of bubble foam hair color, I’m always excited when someone recommends a brand to try, especially since I’m constantly changing my hair color. I prefer bubble foam because it’s gentle, and it often doesn’t have that awful hair dye...
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Review: Etude House Lash Perm Curl Fix Mascara

We love our beauty products here at KCrush, so we attempt to try different products whenever we can. When a need for mascara arose, an Etude House product was a natural choice, especially since Etude House is a favorite brand not only for some of...
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Blush Dull, Lacks Edge

In an age where the LGBTQA+ community is making its mark in the mainstream world, the community should also have films and representation that does them justice. Blush (Barash), an Israeli film directed and written by Michal Vinik, is not that film....
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Binge-Worthy Black One of Netflix’s Best Drama Gems

If you love thriller crime dramas with hints of comedy, romance, and fantasy, then Black is one drama worth checking out immediately. If you are a fan of the US TV shows Person of Interest (2011-2016) or Ghost Whisperer (2005-2010), then Black is...
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Flavorless Flavors of Youth Flatter Than a Crepe

Pretty animation cannot save everything… just ask the anthology film Flavors of Youth. The 74-minute anime film comprised of three stories is the product of a collaboration of Japanese studio CoMix Wave Films (the home of the smash-hit, Your Name)...
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TROUBLE Channels Vintage Ayumi Hamasaki

2018 marks the 20th anniversary since Ayumi Hamasaki’s debut on the J-Pop scene. On August 15, Hamasaki released her seventh EP (her 18th studio album overall), TROUBLE. TROUBLE is her first release since 2016’s M(a)de in Japan as well as her...
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Captivating Breadwinner a Story of Hope, Perseverance

In 2017, Cartoon Saloon released the stunning Breadwinner, a story about a young girl trying to survive in Taliban-ruled Kabul, Afghanistan. Based on the Deborah Ellis book of the same name, the Nora Twomey (The Secret of Kells) directed...
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The Beauty Inside: A Lacking Film about an Old Cliché

The Beauty Inside: A Lacking Film about an Old Cliché In 2015, Yong Film and Next Entertainment World released The Beauty Inside, a film based on the 2012 book, Every Day. The plot follows Woo-Jin (played by multiple actors and actresses throughout...
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