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[1: 616 of 10,000] Hooked To Suits

In Review on April 14, 2012 at 8:25 PM

Suits
Photo Courtesy: IMDB.com

I am watching “Suits” in between this blog for the first time. Aside from the fact I have not published a blog post for the day – I felt inspired to document my first impression about the television series.

Loved it! I noticed some lines being repeated – still thinking it might be a lesson the rookie has to learn otherwise I am not really a fan to keep repeating things like didn’t he get it the first time? It is not uber perfect for my taste but I am definitely hooked.

I know House MD ended so this is something not bad at all to replace it. I always admire lawyers and I am always fascinated with people who are crazy smart. It is a strong appeal for me too that the actor looks gorgeous, winner, and proud (confident)!

I am starting my new work on Tuesday and I am fired up to do great things. I could just feel that I will make my Mum proud, my family proud, my supporters proud, but most of all for God to be proud of me. I will do great things.

[1: 572 of 10,000] The Sneaky Panda

In Photo on March 6, 2012 at 12:00 AM

Find the Panda (aside from the big poster) that did his best to get a glimpse of Jolie’s spectacular leg.

Photo Source: Yahoo! OMG

[1: 567 of 10,000] Joey-Go-Round

In Question on March 3, 2012 at 8:43 AM

I’ve been watching US TV Series for a long time now. Since Friends, Dawson’s Creek, and now Gossip Girl. I grew up in the Philippines in a sort of conservative relationship culture and I always wonder if Americans do go round in their friends circle all the time or it’s just on the show.

Let us take for example the Dawson’s Creek show. Joey loves Dawson, but hooked up with Jack and then with Pacey. Dawson hooked up with Jen and then later with Joey. According to the storyline, they are all friends! I really find that weird that they go round. Or it is just me and my conservative perception that my friend’s lover can’t be my lover.

There is one particular guy who liked me but since I know that two of my friends liked him I stopped him from courting me. There is this another man who I knew had a relationship with one of my friends and although I don’t know both of them when they were together, when he started making his move with me, I didn’t encourage it. The thing is there are so many men in this world, it’s possible that I will find a person who doesn’t have to be hooking up with my circle of friends. It is not just weird but it’s like crossing someone’s boundary.

[1: 564 of 10,000] She Looks Like Michelle Williams

In Article on March 1, 2012 at 10:52 AM

Photo Source: InStyle.com

How many times have you told a story to someone about somebody and refer to the closest movie star look-alike to stir an imagination? I recently met someone and told my sibling about her; for my sibling to imagine the person I am speaking about I said, “She looks like Michelle Williams.” Of course it is not a complete copy cat of Michelle Williams and every time I do that I feel a bit guilty.

I tell to myself, ‘How dare you compare her to Michelle, you should at least give her the credit that she is beautiful and doesn’t deserved to be compared.” In a way, my Strict-To-Personal-Identity self has a point although it’s not far from truth that there are just some people who somehow got resemblance from someone famous making it an easy excuse to just label someone until that someone becomes somebody famous herself and the tagging continues.

[1: 473 of 10,000] Tom Cruise Day

In Review on December 16, 2011 at 11:29 PM

Today I decided to see Mission: Impossible Ghost Protocol  at Dubai Marina Mall.


Why was I excited to see it?

  1. I grew up with Tom Cruise’s Top Gun poster in the house and I still got a big crush on him. Tom is handsome and so great to look at on screen.
  2. Enough about my Tom obsessions… I did watch all the other Mission: Impossible and I’m not missing it now.
  3. I even used to have 2 books of the first Tom’s Mission: Impossible movie.
  4. It has the Burj Khalifa’s shot, silly if I don’t see it on film.
  5. The mystery, action, and love story are a favorite combination of mine. Read the rest of this entry »

[1: 446 of 10,000] 6 Movies That Disappointed Me

In Review on November 20, 2011 at 5:30 PM

The only reason these movies disappointed me is because I was EXPECTING all of them to be great. After the credit I wasn’t amazed, I was actually sad, and I’ll tell you why:

1. Did You Hear About the Morgans? (2009) – I like Hugh Grant in all the movies that I’ve seen him. I adore the acting prowess of Sarah Jessica Parker in Sex and the City. Hugh and Sarah together – there is a missing chemistry. It wasn’t working. I didn’t feel the romance.

I blame Sarah for it because I still found Hugh as funny and charming. She on the other hand had this one reaction dull poker face. I was actually scared to watch her new movie “I Don’t Know How She Does It (2011)” but thank goodness I still did and found her full of life with appropriate facial expressions in every scene. Is it the mental botox to blame in 2009? Read the rest of this entry »

[1: 432 of 10,000] I Don’t Know If Matthew Morrison Will Feel Insulted Or Glad

In Journal, Review on November 9, 2011 at 12:00 AM

I don’t know if Matthew Morisson (Glee’s Mr. Will Schuester) would feel insulted (or would not care less) that I was surprise to see him from re-watching the movie Music and Lyrics (playing as Ray, a supporting role), which I’ve originally seen 4 years ago.

If there’s any consolation I never found his acting in Music and Lyrics as irritable on the contrary it was adorable, believable, but somehow just not someone I’ll remember and go searching in IMDB.

It’s nice that an actor will get a chance to shine with that one break and that particular role. It will be a shame that I won’t be able to know Matthew Morrison because he is talented and did a great job at Glee and I’m sure for the succeeding roles (with better character depth) that he’ll play.

[1: 430 of 10,000] My Top 3 Favorites for The X Factor USA

In Review on November 8, 2011 at 12:00 AM

I’ve never thought I’d like to watch The X Factor USA but watching the contestants performed with oozing confidence and beautiful voice I got hooked and found my Top 3 Favorites! They are young and extremely talented.

My Top 3: Astro

He is a 15 years old boy who can definitely perform hip hop, genius to compose his own material, and can get the crowd pump up when he starts singing or rapping. He is definitely a performer and he knows that he was born to do just that.

Check his X Factor Profile.

My Top 2: Drew

She sings like a 14 years old angel. She can turn any song rhyme harmoniously with her unique harp voice. Her melodic rendition holds me still to watch her performance from start and finish and sighing at the end, “that’s magnificent.”

Check her X Factor Profile.

My Top 1: Rachel Crow – She makes me happy! 🙂

She is the most adorable youngest contender at 13 years old. She has a great sense of humor and charisma. Simon was right saying, “How can I say no to you?” She’s the one I look forward to perform; I’m excited what she’ll sing and how she’ll sing it.

Check Rachel’s X Factor Profile.

[1: 420 of 10,000] Pumped Up Kicks By Foster The People

In Review on October 31, 2011 at 9:43 AM

Ever since I saw the movie Friends With Benefits I’ve been loving this song. I know that the beauty of the melody and the beat don’t match the disturbing sad lyrics but it was really artistic for the musicians to have created it.

If you would be wondering if the singer sings really well without the sonic effect from the original music video, just check out the acoustic version, which was amusingly still rendered beautifully.

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[1: 419 of 10,000] Define A Magnificent Performer

In Photo on October 31, 2011 at 12:01 AM

This man just gave a magnificent Sufi Whirling Dance (a form of meditation) and it left me in AWE! He was amazing and all the audience filled the place with warm and delighted applause.