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User Image aris_spk Posted: Mar 18, 2018 12:53 PM (UTC)

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...ได้เวลา shut down...
#Bye Bye you....
#Gook luck for you...
User Image crystal.logic Posted: Mar 18, 2018 3:39 AM (UTC)

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User Image crystal.logic Posted: Mar 18, 2018 3:18 AM (UTC)

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User Image applescauce Posted: Mar 18, 2018 12:10 AM (UTC)

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From Gook which is a really good movie btw
And here's me trying to get better at mediums I hate
User Image veggiesomething Posted: Mar 17, 2018 10:57 PM (UTC)

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I didn't know what to expect from the movie Gook, but it was really good! It's now on Netflix. You should mos def watch it. #gookthefilm #gook #justinchon #netflix
User Image crystal.logic Posted: Mar 17, 2018 10:43 PM (UTC)

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User Image ricefeed Posted: Mar 17, 2018 10:04 PM (UTC)

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Gook is now available on Netflix. Starring @justinchon @iamsimonebaker and @davidsocomedy Gook is a 2017 American drama film written and directed by Justin Chon. It tells the story of two Korean-American brothers running their father's shoe store who develop an unlikely friendship with a neighborhood 11 year-old black girl during the first day of the 1992 Los Angeles riots. The film stars Justin Chon, Simone Baker, David So, Sang Chon, Curtiss Cook Jr. and Ben Munoz. The film was released on August 18, 2017, by Samuel Goldwyn Films. #gook #gookthemovie
User Image dmdg86 Posted: Mar 17, 2018 6:30 PM (UTC)

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dmdg86 19h ago
I never got around to seeing this film last year, for whatever reason, but it's amazing what the common cold allows you to catch up on when you're feeling like shit. Written and directed by Justin Chon, "Gook" is a film about two Korean American brothers (played by Chon himself and David So) who run a struggling shoe store in Paramount with the help of Kamilla (Simone Baker), an 11-year-old African American girl who would much rather work there than go to school. The story takes place in 1992, namely on the same day that a verdict is reached during the Rodney King trial, which saw a few guilty AF police officers walk out of the courtroom without handcuffs and spark the L.A. Riots. Filmed in black and white, "Gook" is anything but material-wise, as Chon writes and acts out from a perspective we so rarely get to see in film- that of the non-Black or White lens. While his film is one that speaks of the racial divide (in both subtle and powerful dialogue), it also touches on the generational divide. The film comments on where we were as a society and where we are, even as it reflects back on an event that occurred more than two decades ago. The acting on display here is real and by the end scene, raw. The narrative doesn't reveal the connections between characters right away and neither does it telegraph its conclusion, which makes "Gook" an unexpected powerhouse of a film and one of my favorites of 2017, back when it was released, and 2018, now that I've finally seen it. Do yourself a favor and rent this one for 99 Cents on Amazon. I've never paid so little for something that impacted me so much. SCORE: A
User Image crystal.logic Posted: Mar 17, 2018 12:43 PM (UTC)
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lol im blazed rn 🌬
User Image guuu.0901 Posted: Mar 17, 2018 11:57 AM (UTC)

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