“Rebecca Bloomwood who?” I asked Miss E, my housemate. His left eyebrow shot skywards. Miss E is gay. Having lived with him and another housemate, a pretty female who hails from the same province as I do, for months now, I recognized the gesture to mean, “You don’t know?” Well, I didn’t, to be honest. […]
Wednesday is usually that day of the week when I feel rested enough to still have the energy to watch movies on DVD even after an eight-hour traipse, or sprint – depending on how hectic the day, er, night turned out to be – into the night shift. So there I was, Wednesday morning of […]
Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps (A Movie Review … Well, Sort Of)
Last week, Wednesday it was, I had the chance to watch Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps on DVD starring Michael Douglas and Shia LaBeouf. I had no expectations whatsoever; I just wanted to see what it had to convey. The movie started with Gordon Gekko, played by Michael Douglas, being released from prison after eight […]
Writer’s Block and the Game of Thrones
You probably had noticed I haven’t published any new posts last week. (Okay, so maybe I was the only one who noticed.) That was because I was seriously suffering from writer’s block. Yes, seriously! And even now, I have a feeling the ability to impart what I have in mind in a coherent enough fashion […]
Blogging Is Not Writing … It’s Graffiti with Punctuations!
“Blogging is not writing. It’s graffiti with punctuations!” The above line were words from the movie Contagion, spoken by a brilliant research doctor as reprimand to conspiracy-theory journalist-blogger Alan Krumwiede, Jude Law’s character, who was looking to expose the government’s involvement in the virus spread. Krumwiede’s ideas were all over the place, therefore, the telling […]