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[1: 1,012 of 10,000] Awwww – I Want That Too

In Review on May 7, 2013 at 12:00 AM

Iron Man 3 Movie Poster

Tony Stark: [to Pepper] I have to protect the one thing that I can’t live without. That’s you.

It’s nice to have someone who will protect you even if you don’t need protecting or at least you don’t show that you needed someone.

I watched Iron Man 3 on May 3, no I am not a fan, I’m kidding of course I am. I love it most especially because of Robert Downey Jr., he is such a good actor who is absolutely suave without doubt.

For any Marvel experienced moviegoers know that they got to stick at the end after the amazing credits filled with names and roles because the last scene no matter how brief would complete the whole excitement experience. I am not putting any spoiler alert here because I am not spilling anything.

I am not disappointed about the movie. Loved it! I know the villain is quite unrealistic but for the sake of entertainment I am letting it slide but it was quite annoying that the villain was actually so bad ass that it cannot be defeated. There are corny moments but forgivable, well charge it to the fan reason! This is a bias review, all I can say is if you loved 1 & 2, there will be a pretty good point that you should see 3.

[1: 981 of 10,000] Be Your Favorite Heroes

In Article on April 5, 2013 at 12:00 AM

I want you to imagine your favorite hero or heroes. Do you have it? Bear with me with this simple exercise about courage and inspiration.

Iron Man & PepperMine is Iron Man and Pepper, I like both characters with these following qualities:

Tony Stark / Iron Man

  1. Overly confident who has the right to do so in my opinion anyway
  2. Genius
  3. Wealthy
  4. Impressively owns high tech gadgets
  5. Gorgeous
  6. Heart and Courage for true justice
  7. Get his hands dirty especially when building the suit or working at the lab


  1. Smart
  2. Dignified
  3. Hot
  4. Caring
  5. Strong
  6. Responsible
  7. Fearless

It is fair that you may argue with my chosen heroes and their highly fanatic adjective attachments but why don’t you describe your own chosen hero. Got that written down?

Now imagine your fear or block or wall that hinders you to achieving your dream or desired freedom. Embody the qualities you just enumerated about your model, then act… The truth is, when you start facing and conquering your battle, you will win like your hero if you put your focus, energy, effort, and love into it. It is possible that you will fail but try again. It is possible that you may never win the battle but it will teach you a lesson for the mere fact of pursuing that would eventually lead you to a better place.

So, go be a HERO yourself!