Movies, REVIEWS

The Perks of Being a Wallflower (Film)

This review is a bit late already. I'm supposed to write my review for The Perks of Being a Wallflower after I watched the film early this month but for some reason I only got the time to do sit down on it today. I've been thinking of skipping writing my thoughts actually, but finally… Continue reading The Perks of Being a Wallflower (Film)

Book to Movie, Books, FEATURES, Movies, REVIEWS

Book to Movie: Beastly by Alex Flinn

I got the chance to attend the advance movie screening of Beastly before I went for holiday vacation last week. I've been aiming to post a comparison of the book and the movie since then, but for some reasons I only got to do it now. Beastly is a modern adaptation of Beauty and the… Continue reading Book to Movie: Beastly by Alex Flinn

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Eat Pray Love (Film)

Liz Gilbert had everything a modern woman is supposed to dream of having — a husband, a house, a successful career — yet like so many others, she found herself lost, confused, and searching for what she really wanted in life. Newly divorced and at a crossroads, Gilbert steps out of her comfort zone, risking… Continue reading Eat Pray Love (Film)

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Charlie St. Cloud (Film)

Last Monday night, I went to the red carpet premier of Charlie St. Cloud at SM Megamall with my best friend. The film is based on Ben Sherwood's best-selling novel The Death and Life Of Charlie St. Cloud which I already read before seeing the movie adaptation. The movie plot is strong because it's based… Continue reading Charlie St. Cloud (Film)

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Tekken (2010 Film)

I got my chance in playing Tekken before though I'm not a video games buff. Other than Jin and Yoshimitsu I'm not familiar with some of the fighters in this movie. Maybe I've seen most of them in the selection menu, but they are not my usual choice in the battle game. Most of the… Continue reading Tekken (2010 Film)

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How To Train Your Dragon

Training Dragons never look more fun. In this animated film How To Train Your Dragon from Dreamworks, those legendary creatures really fly high in giving us entertainment. The trailer may look like the film is just for kid but it is great and entertaining even you're not a kid anymore. Based on a children novel… Continue reading How To Train Your Dragon

Books, Movies, REVIEWS

Peaceful Warrior (2006)

I just watched Peaceful Warrior last night, thanks to Ian Somerhalder who suggested the book as a good read. I wouldn't know about the book or the movie adaptation if I haven't seen his interview. The movie was released on June 2006, based on Dan Millman autobiography novel - "Way of the Peaceful Warrior". I'm… Continue reading Peaceful Warrior (2006)