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ATM (Er Rak Error) | Movie Review


Laughter after laughter.

That’s what you will hear if you enter a movie theatre’s studio playing ATM in it. The Thailand-made movie is indeed successful in making its audience coming home smiling.

ATM
from: enjoythaimovies.com
The movie tells story of a couple – Suer and Jib – working at the same bank office. However, the bank rules that no love affairs are allowed among its employees. Therefore, they must have secret relationship for five years.

After five years of hidden love affairs, the couple starts to worry if someone will discover their relationship. Hence, Suer decides to propose Jib. He tries to convince Jib to quit the job. However, the plan does not go as predicted. Problems keep emerging testing their love bond, including an ATM which gives out double amount of money which make locals withdraw a lot of amount of money. 


The movie surely will make its audience laughing because it offers typical Asian humors which will make you laugh to tears. The story is also not so complicated. It has linear plot, perfect for those who just look for entertainment for stress release.



However, things will be different if you are a movie critique or at least, people who are movie freaks. The movie’s plot does not really fit. The transition between the love affairs and the problems – ATM problems, as the movie’s title suggests – does not flow well.

Well, to conclude, I will give this movie 5 of 10 stars. I like the movie since it really makes me laugh to tears. However, I do not like the flow of the movie. But once again, if you really look for movies that can make you laugh to death, go watch it! J

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  1. pilm thailand mah jagox ngocok perut, cobain yang lain, sineas thai punya sense of humor yang luar biasa klo saya bilang

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