I Like To Think I'm Pretty Unique

by - Thursday, June 12, 2014


I wonder how you decide whether to watch/buy a movie? Do you have as same habit as me? 
Since I don't keep myself frequently updated with recent movies, I always rely on online rating at IMDB or Rottentomatoes. Whether at the cinema or DVD store, I always have my phone ready accessing the webpage to check the rate of each movies - specially for those that don't have their chance to be in the cinema (well, Indonesian cinemas nowadays are specially airing the box office movies - based on my personal assumption, but somehow it's a serious matter when I found Noah isn't coming to Indonesia!).


So, that is how I found out about 'The Double' movie by Richard Ayoade starring Jesse Eisenberg (who I desperately fell into after his performance at 'Now You See Me'). I love thriller and suspense movie, thing that doesn't go into your mind easily, a movie which makes you frown most of the time, one which keeps your focus on and easily makes you sleepy when you're not really into it.

But actually The Double is merely a comedy, black comedy when I checked the genre but, surprisingly it contains some thrilling scene, mysterious theme which keeps you questioning "What is this about". If it's not about Eisenberg, I don't think I would save my time for this movie. But, above all, what made me excited to spend my 93 minutes is its doppelgänger theme.


Doppelgänger is about a twin - an unrelated twin, that you unexpectedly meet and suddenly it affects your entire life. I personally curious about this case in real life, is it really true? Is it possible for me to meet my unrelated twin in the future? LOL. Well, I often hear people's around me said "I've met a girl who looks like you." But I've never met her myself. HAHA!


But all in all, I was mesmerized by Jesse Eisenberg acting, he was just too cool! He can be a calm and innocent guy then drastically changed his personality to be an aggressive womanizer bad boy. Thumbs up! It's because of him this movie can be so catchy despite its coldness, retro ambiance. 

And.. about this look, what makes this unique? Cause I, myself realize I'd look better with heels instead switched it to flats. But, still I'm happy since it still matches my petite proportion. Other reason, I'm still on my way to find heels fit me. 

Any recommendation?

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10 comments

  1. Hey Melodi! Lovely outfit! Looks fantastic! :)

    Xo
    Sydney http://www.sydneyfactorfashion.blogspot.ca

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  2. Lovely look.
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  3. thank you for commenting my blog!

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  4. Lovely look, chic and feminine with a girly touch. Thx for your lovely comment.
    xox
    Lenya
    FashionDreams&Lifestyle

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  5. I love going to the movies, but only can go once a month. Love your look, the skirt is gorgeous.

    Jasmine x
    For a Real Woman
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  6. That's such a pretty skirt! And it's so nice to read a blog from Indonesia! I miss home like crazy sometimes :)

    Eat. Live. Love. Repeat.

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  7. such a lovely outfit! I love the pastel colours and how refreshing it looks :) Im not too much of horror/thriller movies, i get far too freaked out and can't sleep at nigh...wimp i know ;p x
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  8. I like how feminine this outfit looks and the way you accessorized it. And I do the same thing with movies, I always check IMDB first, hehe! :)

    Madeline @ Cappuccino and Fashion

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  9. lovely skirt :)

    Giada
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