…at the box office. Not too shabby. From the review overview, at Wise Kwai’s blog, it’s a pretty decent movie. He gives it a 4/5, I trust his taste, so I might watch it even thought it’s a horror film. Many of you already know, I hate horror films to the core, I don’t enjoy gore, I don’t enjoy a guy or a girl running around with an ax trying to kill people. Fake blood freaks me out too. Or ghosts aiming to spook you. Sorry, not a fan of the horror genre. I’m a wuss, what more can I say.
Any who, enough about me, “5 Junction” did really well in theaters and the cast and crew held a party to celebrate their success. I’m happy for the film, I’m a fan of all the lead actors. I find Nicole Theriault adorable. I respect Marsha Wattanapanich for being a brilliant actress and entertainer though I don’t listen to her music or watch majority of her work.
And oh my gosh, I have such a big ‘pee sao (noona, older woman)’ crush on 14 year old ‘Kao’ Jirayu Laoonmane. How can you not love this kid? He was the precocious child psychic in “Gae Roy Ruk (Trace of Love)”, the young Tong in “Love of Siam”, and the mischievous kid in “Prikthai and Baikao”, all fantastic performances. I love this kid and I hope to see him evolve as an actor in both lakorns and films. A future pra’ek in my book.
“Dan” Worawech Danuwong is in here too, fan thyself. And, 16 year old Charlie Trairat! Yep, another favorite. Loved him in “Fan Chan (My girlfriend)”, “Dorm”, and “Hormones”. Talent speaks volume, just like Kao, I hope to see more of Charlie in film and television.
If I was younger, maybe 12 years old, I would have pictures of Charlie and Kao in my subject notebook with heart stickers everywhere. You know you have done it before, I’m not the only former fangirl with weird tendencies.
The main cast at the party:
Charlie and Kao. Young fangirls, you may scream now!