Sunday, 13 December 2009


I have seen bulls crap better stuff that what 2012 had to dish out. Think The Day After Tomorrow, Poseidon, Titanic, Independence Day and a Mayan prophecy, and my god, you've got 2012!

Look closely. You'll be able to see a Mayan standing on the Californian crust screaming "We warned youuuuu!"

Another movie with the theme of global destruction, 2012 was nothing more than a two hour movie filled with earthquakes, floods, tidal waves, volcano eruptions, etc etc. Blah blah blah. Same old thing seen in The Day After Tomorrow.

But wait.......! This was definitely different from the rest! Oh yes it was! Why? Because of the title '2012' and the ubiquitous prophecy made by the Mayans.


It is obvious they had not planned to make this film based on the prophecy because about , oh, three percent of screen time was given to its characters giving credit to the Mayan geniuses for their ability to tell the date of the apocalypse of the future world they didn't know, never mind the date of the extinction of their own civilisation.

Oh what has film-making come to? I can't wait to see if this movie will garner any Oscars. I hope not. Effects were so-so. Anyone can do what they did. It's called CGI. Can't make a Disaster Movie without it.

Thursday, 3 December 2009


Wow. This is such a cute ad. xD

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Here's one movie I can never get tired of:

I remember watching this movie for the first time in cinemas. I slept through it. I don't know why. I thought it was because the movie was boring, but when I watched it the second time I loved it. So I concluded that I was tired that fateful day where I slept through this awesome movie. :)

This movie is soooo awesome! You know, I usually don't have much expectations for such genres i.e. animation. I find that animated films lack depth. :|

But Disney's animated films all rock!!! I mean there's something in it that always grabs you, you know?

Take this movie for example: Meet The Robinsons.

When I found out that Lewis was in fact Wilbur's dad I was like "Ooh, interesting." I never expected a twist in the movie.

Another awesome movie!!!!!!!

Jeng jeng jengggggggg......THE INCREDIBLES!

Omg I soooo loved this movie. I so so so so so cannot get enough of this movie!!

I can't explain why I love these movies, actually. It's hard to. :( Lemme try.

The Incredibles was soo very the incredible cos cos cos........

The suspense was like sooo suspense-ic. I mean, I felt it was like a live action film. Really. They did not make it out to be like a superhero-saves-the-day-and-he-always-is-so-awesome kinda thing. No, here superheroes were were persecuted against and yeah they had to go into hiding. Like I said, it's not your typical superhero-saves-the-day-and-he-always-is-so-awesome kinda thing.

You know what, I'm just gonna give up explaining right here. :|

Another awesome movie!!!!!

This one was hilarious. I couldn't stop laughing. Here's the trailer!!

Red: Who are you ?
The Wolf: (wearing a plastic grandma mask) I'm your grandma.
Red: Your face looks really weird, granny.
The Wolf: I've been sick, I... uh...
Red: Your mouth doesn't move when you talk.
The Wolf: Plastic surgery. Grandma's had a little work done.

Arghh!! Go watch go watch!!

Tuesday, 1 December 2009


Well, this is embarrassing.

I was just telling a friend about my new anti-chicken thing. I told her my reason (how badly they're treated) and she was like "What??? Where? Surely not in Malaysia!"

And I was like, why the hell not?

Well, apparently what differentiates the chickens bred in Malaysia (and other Islamic countries) and the chickens bred in other countries is this itsy bitsy thing:


I still haven't decided. :P

Chicken~ you poor, defenseless being you. T___T