The latest person to make our legs wobble like gummy worms is Thai director Nattawut Poonpiriya and his hip film, “Bad Genius”, which took cheating on school exams to a whole new level. The thrilling caper about genius high school students who devise a test-cheating scheme has become the highest-grossing Thai film in Malaysia.
Do you know why Thailand is known as the Land of Smiles? Because literally everything from our neighbour up north makes us feel like we’re living on rainbows and that life is just a big fluffy cloud of cotton candy – the food, the people, the (wholesale) shopping, the exotic places and let’s not forget, the shows.
If you can’t get enough of “Bad Genius” and want to relive the sheer joy of watching the most entertaining Thai movies ever, check these out:
“Bangkok Bachelors” (Romance)
Three completely opposite bachelors, Ark, Bank and Tri, bond together because of the love for fun and carefree lifestyle.
“Ghost of Mae Nak” (Horror)
Frightening folklore from Thailand tells the tale of a displaced spirit whose fury is unleashed when a newlywed couple moves into an abandoned home.
The Last Executioner (Documentary)
This biopic of Chavoret Jaruboon, Thailand’s last gun executioner, portrays a man devoted to both family and work, as well as a passionate musician.
“Club Friday To Be Continued – The Promise” (Romance)
Two young lovers vow to stay friends through thick and thin, but separation tests their bond until fate allows them to reunite.
You can now catch these must watch Thai films on Netflix!