Friday, February 10, 2006

Wait Till You're Older

Wait Till You're Older, it's a full of message movie... it's tell us the way youngers think and what the eldest have in mind... 

It's show that every person have their own reason for doing something especially for parents... Sometimes youngster just don't understand how others think and the correct words is they don't want to understand... 

so I guess this movie is about to tell us that there is a reason for everything that happened... no matter in what age you stand on... young or old... we all make decision. No matter what decision we take... we have to be responsible to it. Right or wrong at the the consequence is all what we have to face it

Until next update...Here is the synopsis...


Twelve-year-old Kong is an unhappy child. In fact, he's not been happy since his mother's suicide three years ago, which he blames on his father and stepmother. Having to live under the same roof, he finds not only his emotion increasingly stunted but his height as well. He yearns for freedom as much as he yearns for love. But only if he can outgrow his treacherous father, he believes, can he finally find peace and happiness.

One evening Kong decides to run away from home after another tiff with his stepmother. He chances upon an eerie old man who claims he has a potion that can speed up the life process. As much as he would like to believe it, this is all baloney to him. So when he accidentally taints his blood with the potion, he hardly expects his fate is about to change forever.

It is an impossible dream come true when Kong wakes up the next morning to find himself already a twenty-year-old young man. Plunging into the adult world in earnest, he is ready to take revenge on his parents while getting his hands on all things hitherto forbidden. But another day passes and he becomes ten years older. Only now does he realize the tragedy of his situation: his growth rate is exponential. When he finally uncovers the harsh reality behind his mother's death, Kong has to race against time to right things wrong with his parents.

Credit To: Heroic Cinema

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