Excited to watch Ironman3. I know it’s still a couple of days but the all that publicity makes it even more exciting. I know it’s gonna be a blockbuster in the theaters and some of my friends already bought tickets in advance. So Maybe I’ll wait about another week after the showing? Noooo! I’ll definitely watch ASAP.
Hubby and I are gonna watch SO UNDERCOVER later tonight at the Cinema Shang. It’s been awhile since we watched a chick flick movie and Miley Cirus is our (me and kiddo’s) favorite because of Hanna Montana. So it’s time to grab that buttered popcorn and relax.
I was able to grab some free tickets on the movie–The Great and Powerful OZ and the hubby and I watched it last March 7. Reviews on the movie? It was awesome! You have to watch it on the big screen! I’m so lovin’ the main characters and they portrayed their part very good. My favorite was Mila Kunis when she turned good to bad. Yup! Now I know why she became bad. And also her make-up is kick-ass! I’ve been playing around with my eye palette because of her hahaha!
Anyway, the movie is 2 thumbs!
I saw this cheap made Optimus Prime replica yesterday near the cinema inside the mall. Funny thing is that it’s like it’s from a high school project done by teenagers. Anyway, the movie is good, full of action and they had a kick ass graphics so I recommend you guys watch it in the big screen to appreciate. And please don’t judge the display with movie hehehe!
A big movie billboard caught my eye at the MRT station few days ago. The logo and fonts were familiar (same as the one used in Facebook) and the teaser was intriguing. Then I found out that it’s a movie and it’s about the founding of the actual internet social networking website Facebook.
Image from Wikipedia.
I think I would NOT miss this movies in the world because I wanna know the story behind the success of Facebook. You’ll never know, it might inspire me to be the next ‘The Accidental Billionares’… wish!
I think this movie is perfect for the kids this Holiday season. We might watch it this week.
On Christmas Eve in Victorian England, Ebenezer Scrooge, a bitter and miserly old moneylender, holds everything that embodies the joys and spirit of Christmas in contempt, refusing to visit his cheerful nephew Fred’s Christmas dinner party with his family, and forcing his underpaid employee Bob Cratchit to beg to take the day off for his own family. That night, Scrooge is visited by the ghost of his former business partner, Jacob Marley, who had died seven years prior on Christmas Eve and is now forced to spend his afterlife carrying heavy chains forged from his own greedy ways. Marley warns Scrooge that he will suffer an even worse fate if he doesn’t repent, and foretells that he will be haunted by three spirits that will help guide him. SOURCE
I can’t help myself! I need to grab these gorgeous photos from Ruthie‘s page. I’m going crazy already by looking at these elegant New Moon posters. I love love love love love love love Edward’s brown eyes! I love love love love love love bella’s face in the picture–it’s soo her lol. Counting the days till November. Thanks Ruth!
Last week, I felt like watching a sad movie. So I asked my sister what movie to watch and she recommended, The Other Boleyn Girl. After watching the movie, I felt really really sad. Yeah, it worked.
The Other Boleyn Girl is a 2008 British drama film directed by Justin Chadwick. The screenplay by Peter Morgan was adapted from the 2001 novel of the same name by Philippa Gregory. It is a romanticized account of the lives of 16th-century aristocrats Mary Boleyn, one-time mistress of King Henry VIII, and her sister Anne, who became the monarch’s ill-fated second wife. Source: Wikipedia.
I finished all four books before watching the Twilight movie. I know the second movie will be even better than the first one. All the buzz and internet craze makes me more excited about the New Moon sequel. Oh yeah, I snag a poster somewhere on the Internet. Go Team Edward!
We watched this last night and it’s a very sad movie. I’m glad I was not born during the Second World War. Tsk.
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Bruno is an eight-year-old German boy who leads a very comfortable life in Berlin during the Second World War. His father is a high ranking Nazi officer, and things change when the family has to move due to his father’s new post. In his innocence, Bruno sees the nearby concentration camp as a ‘farm’ and wonders why its inhabitants are always wearing striped pyjamas. Eventually Bruno becomes friends with a Jewish (Yehudi) boy his own age who lives on the other side of the fence. Wikipedia.