Personally, I thought that The Lord of the Rings turned up the more solid film adaptations. But this was not to say that Harry Potter’s efforts were for naught. As a matter of fact, apart from the fact that these are both epic blockbuster franchises, its pretty tough to compare them because they have different appeals. They have different settings and they cater to different audience sets.
At the end of the day, the real lesson of the tale is about responsibility and respect. Respect for the rule of law and responsibility for sharing only truthful information online, not versions of the truth, not subjective truth, not the truth tainted by biases, but just the truth. The truth is our shared responsibility and its non negotiable. For the people at the back, I hope you can hear this. The lives of others are not fodder for entertainment.
The life of a Kdrama fangirl is hard, especially when the chemistry between the leads is too strong. One can’t help but pray that the the actors start dating in real life. Over the years, I have had my fair share of Kdrama ships that I’ve been praying so hard to sail in real life. Here’s the lowdown of my favorites.
I just checked out the Godzilla Vs. Kong trailer and it promises to deliver on an epic showdown between Godzilla, King of Monsters and Kong, King of the Apes aka The Eighth Wonder of the World. However, while it definitely hyped me up for the last installment in the Godzilla reboot franchise, I am left with a lot of questions by its end.
Greenland was a good movie on its own. However, it pales in comparison to other disaster movies before it in terms of scale and urgency. The drama was passable but not on the level of The Impossible. All in all, it was a pretty solid film, all aspects included.
Its been a while since I did this but here’s the lowdown on your Kpop favorites this week.
All in all, I was blown away by the sophisticated interrogation facilities in the UK and wished that the facilities in my home country was just as advanced. Its a show that intrigues the brain and its perfect for fans of a good whudunit show.
The main strengths of the series was its very very compelling script. There were countless times that I found myself tearing up over a particularly honest line which really pulled at the heartstrings. The words perfectly depicted triumph, loss and hope, which was perfectly intersped with a great musical score. The animation was beautiful. The music was magnificent.
Lupin is a great way to spend hours of your spare time, but because of its length, it only manages to touch on the surface. Its pretty light for a crime mystery but has its own laid back charm. I would like to see how Season 2 plays out now that Assane’s identity is clear to both his enemies and a few select members of the French police.
Senator Joel Villanueva will be the guest judge on the January 9 episode of Eat Bulaga’s Bawal Judgmental. […]