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In Review on November 22, 2012 at 11:59 PM

I love today.

13 – I found the perfect organizer for 2013. Despite technology and my deepening love for typing, I love writing my plan and reminder everyday. I love crossing out and doodling. Letts of London (The Original Diary Since 1812) is the maker of this silver sparkle.

I particularly love the 1-page December 2012, it’s perfect for my new career starting 1st of December, 2012. I have a subtle but curious love for Italian so having some Italian translations within it is something special. Plus it has German Holidays – my new boss is a German so how perfect is that?

2 – I watched 2 movies, Breaking Dawn Part 2 of course and Skyfall. I am going to react and it is not raving.

Breaking Dawn Part 2 is good, not as surprising and good as the 1st movie, but this was a good ending. If they didn’t cut the last book into 2 movies it would have been the best one but due to probably commercial and mojo reasons they did what they did, but for me cutting it into 2 only sacrificed the real beauty of a complete book in a movie.

My favorite part of the movie is the fight scene. It was fast, realistic, and extremely emotional. I can’t bear the thought and Meyer was so good making a climax. I also appreciate how the cast was introduced in the beginning from the font style and changing white into red. I also admire how they’ve replay all the cast since Movie 1 up to the end – it was respectful and just proper.

I still love the books more than the movies but I love that they still made the movie with the right casts.

Skyfall is a joke. They made a terrible villain so with that kind of protagonist any determined James Bond can easily beat. It was a shallow story but the stunts are great and Craig’s body and stand are great. The antics are cute and funny. It was okay; but it will never go to my favorite movie of all time. They made it real at the part when they failed to see that sending an incapable woman in the field endangers others. In real life, people make a wrong judgment on people – exactly just like that.