Bigger doesn’t always mean better, and sometimes too much is too much.
T-ara’s Cry Cry is a fifteen minute long revenge story which involves JiYeon’s character hunting down her wanted man. There is definitely something bad-ass about seeing JiYeon dressed in emo-goth attire and holding a gun, but that’s about as good as it gets.
Frankly, I find the whole story to be quite stupid, and the acting is not very good anyway. I didn’t get involved with anything that was happening, so most of the time I was just starring at the screen and hoping for this to end soon.
The song itself is above average, but nothing deserving of a fifteen minute music video. Before you call me a “hater”, let me refer you to my 100% positive review of Roly Poly. That is how a music video is done. Cry Cry is overly serious and boring.
At least one good thing came out of this: We are slowly creeping closer to a full-length feature film starring T-ara. (The ENTIRE T-ara, please!)