She's on Duty

Release Date : Jan 2005
Country origin : Korea
Genre: Comedy, action
Cast : Goong Yoo (from Coffee prince), Kim Seon-ah (from My name is kimsumsoong
Synopsis: Stephen Chow's Fight Back to School, re-set it in an all-girl's school in Korea, and add a sexy female protagonist, and you'll have some idea of what writer/director Park Kwang-choon (Madeleine)has in store for you in his entertaining action comedy, She's On Duty! Kim Seon-ah (S Diary, Wet Dreams) plays a female detective who has to go deep undercover as a high schooler in order to thwart a plot by the Japanese Yakuza to traffic teenage girls as sex slaves! Not content to save just the girls from a life of prostitution, Kim's character even lends a hand in squashing in-school violence, giving a performance that has earned raves from nostalgic audiences longing for the "good ol' days" of high school. Also featuring performances by Gong Yoo (My Tutor Friend), Nam Sang-mi (Too Beautiful to Lie), and Park Sang-myeon (My Wife is a Gangster), She's On Duty is one film that goes straight to the head of the class!
Language in Movie : Thai dub (Movie provided with high Quality)
part 1 of 26, part 2 of 26, part 3 of 26, part 4 of 26, part 5 of 26, part 6 of 26, part 7 of 26,
part 8 of 26, part 9 of 26,
part 10 of 26, part 11 of 26, part 12 of 26, part 13 of 26, part 14 of 26,
part 15 of 26, part 16 of 26, part 17 of 26, part 18 of 26, part 19 of 26, part 20 of 26,
part 21 of 26, part 22 of 26, part 23 of 26, part 24 of 26, part 25 of 26, part 26 of 26,
Subtitle(s): must get English Soft-sub from 1, 2 .

Language in Movie
Korean (Movie provided in low quality)
Subtitle(s):English : Total 8 part
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The Overture

The Overture (Thai name: Hom rong) =The best of Thai Movie=
Release Date : February 6, 2004
Country : Thailand
Language : Thai
Subtitle(s): English
Genre: Music & Culture, Heart warming
Cast : Anuchit Sapanpong as younger Sorn, Adul Dulyarat as elderly Sorn, Pongpat Wachirabunjong as Lt Col Veera, Narongrit Tosa-nga as Khun In, Phoovarit Phumpuang as Terd, Somlek Sakdikul as Master Tian
Synopsis :
A fictionalised account based on the life story of Thai palace musician Luang Pradit Phairoh (Sorn Silapabanleng), it follows the life of a Thai classical musician from the late 1800s to the 1940s. The film was the winner of several awards in Thailand and was the country's official selection for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film

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Plot :
Starting out in the 1940s, the story finds the elder Sorn bed-ridden. To an old friend, he recalls his childhood growing up in 1880s Siam, during the reign of King Chulalongkorn and the action flashes back to that time.

Sorn's brother was a gifted classical musician, so gifted in fact that it caused a rivalry with other musicians that ended in Sorn's brother's death. Because of that, Sorn's father bars the boy from taking up the ranad-ek (Thai xylophone). However, Sorn, who has shown a talent for the instrument since an early age, defies his father and sneaks off to practice playing in an abandoned temple in the jungle.

Eventually, he becomes so skilled at the instrument that his father lets him play after he speaks to a monk who advises him that he should not deny him the right to play ranad-ek. Sorn excels in his studies to the point where he is noticed by other bands. They ask for his presence to complete. He becomes arrogant and misses practice telling his father that his faith isn't misplaced. His father teaches his place by putting him on the Kong-wong. At the competition, the competitor scares his uncle (the substitute on ranad-ek) and becomes clear that the competitor has superior skill. As their playing, the judge realises that Sorn isn't playing on the ranad-ek and calls the teacher out on the fact that if they have a good player, might as well bring out the good material because then you can lose with dignity. The band starts over and plays the same song, but it is obvious that Sorn is skilled. He wins every competition as a boy. So One day, in a local village, Sorn and his ensemble are set up to perform in a courtyard. Across the courtyard is another ensemble, led by a fierce-looking bearded ranad-ek player dressed in black. As the rival player starts to perform, a storm whips up adding to the ominous mood of the setting. Sorn is disturbed by his fiery ability to play and wants to learn like him.

But Sorn's talent does not go unnoticed and he is soon chosen to play for a local nobleman and is sent to the palace for more formal music training. There he meets an older man that he thinks is a palace caretaker, or some type of lowly person that does not know about music. However, later, when Sorn is to meet his new teacher, Master Tian, it is revealed to be the old man he met earlier. Tian turns out to be a strict teacher and instructs Sorn on all the instruments of the Thai classical music ensemble. At one point, Sorn is punished for being too flashy a player and is made to relinquish the ranad-ek to an inferior player, much to the dismay of other members in his ensemble, as well as a high palace official watching the performance.

So when it comes time for the kingdom's musical competition, it is Sorn who is again the lead player. However, Sorn must overcome his fear at the competition, because he must again face the fierce, bearded ranad-ek performer.

The story flashes back forward to the 1940s again, showing Sorn as a respected teacher. One day Sorn's son has a piano moved into his father's studio. The expectation is that his father will be furious at having a newfangled Western instrument brought into his house. But instead of being mad, he instructs his son to play a tune on the piano. The elder Sorn then takes up his ranad-ek mallets and improvises with his son, blending Thai and Western music.

This is during the rule of the dictator, Field Marshal Plaek Pibulsonggram, whose government called for the accelerated modernisation of Thailand. As a result, performances of traditional Thai music, dance and theatre were frowned upon. In Sorn's neighbourhood, the orders are enforced by Lieutenant-Colonel Veera.

Sorn teaches the Lieutenant a nation can only withstand outside forces if their nation is strong. For that to happen, they must believe in themselves. No matter what, they must protect their heritage and honor it regardless of what they are to become. Sorn plays not only to defy the rules, but to teach a lesson about culture and heritage


Dom (Thai name: Dek Ho)
Release Date : 2 February 2006
Country : Thailand
Language : Thai
Subtitle(s): English
Genre: Horror
Cast : (in credits order) Charlie Trairat as Ton, Ms. Chintara Sukapat as Pranee, Mr. Sirachuch Chienthaworn as Vichien
Synopsis: Ton is sent, against his will, to a boarding school outside of Bangkok. There, he learns about a boy who drowned in the now emptied swimming pool. His spirit, it is believed, still haunts the school. His mysterious death puzzles the new student and Ton decides to set out to uncover the entire story behind this event

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Bedside Detective

Bedside Detective (Thai name: Sailap jap baan lek)
Release Date : 23 August 2007
Country : Thailand
Language : Thai
Subtitle(s): English
Genre: Romantic Comedy
Cast : Sunny Suwanmethanon, Pattarasaya Kreuasuwansri, Panissara Phimpru, Chaleumpol Tikumpornteerawong
Synopsis: Jawk a brilliant inventor who spends his time as a detective to catches cheating husband and their mistresses in the act to pay the bills. Along the way he gets caught up personally in one case, and as par the course hilarity ensues. Somewhat.
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