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Films for December and January

Finally, I’m updating my movie archive. Yehey! 🙂

Here they are:

1. Penelope by Mark Palansky. 2006.

Penelope 2006

2. Purok 7 by Carlo Obispo. 2013.

Purok 7

3. About Time by Richard Curtis. 2013.

About Time

4. Drinking Buddies by Joe Swanberg. 2013.

Drinking Buddies

5. Forgetting Sarah Marshall by Nicholas Stoller. 2008.

Forgetting Sarah Marshall

6. Annie Hall by Woody Allen. 1977.

Annie Hall

7. I Love You Phillip Morris by Glenn Ficarra and John Requa. 2009.

I Love You Phillip Morris

8. We’re the Millers by Rawson Marshall Thurber. 2013.

We're the Millers

9. Eurotrip by Jeff Schaffer. 2004.

Eurotrip

10. Two Night Stand by Max Nichols. 2014.

Two Night Stand

11. Borat by Larry Charles. 2006.

Borat

12. Kick Ass by Matthew Vaughn. 2010.

Kick Ass

13. Kick Ass 2 by Jeff Wadlow. 2013.

Kick Ass 2

14. Begin Again by John Carney. 2013.

Begin Again

15. The Babadook by Jennifer Kent. 2014

The Babadook

16. The Interview by Evan Goldberg and Seth Rogen. 2014.

The Interview

17. Pluto by Su-won Shin. 2012.

Pluto Korean Movie

18. Breaking Upwards by. 2009.

Breaking Upwards

19. Pineapple Express by David Gordon Green. 2008.

Pineapple Express

20. Lola Versus by Daryl Wein. 2012.

Lola Versus

There you go, guys! 🙂

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Posted by on January 31, 2015 in Movies & Television

 

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Films for October and November

So sorry for not updating my monthly movie archive! 😦

But anyway, despite busy schedule and unexpected turn of events (chos!), I managed to see some good films for the last two months.

Here we go!

1. Rurouni Kenshin: The Legend Ends by Keishi Ohtomo (2014)

Rurouni Kenshin: The Legend Ends

(c) sgcafe.net

2. The Wind Rises by Hayao Miyazaki (2013)

The Wind Rises

(c) articles.chicagotribune.com

3. Howl’s Moving Castle by Hayao Miyazaki (2004)

Howl's Moving Castle

(c) shamusyoung.com

4. 3-Iron by Ki-duk Kim (2004)

3-Iron

(c) mubi.com

5. Insidious by James Wan (2010)

Insidious

(c) followingthenerd.com

6. Bad Romance by Ian del Carmen (2013)

Bad Romance

(c) YouTube

7. All About My Wife by Kyu-dong Min (2012)

8. Viy: Spirit of Evil by Oleg Stepchenko (2014)

Viy: Spirit of Evil

(c) manillenials.com

9. Metro Manila by Sean Ellis (2013)

Metro Manila

(c) getrealphilippines.com

10. Paprika by Satoshi Kon (2006)

Paprika movie

(c) asiatorrents.me

11. Yanggaw by Richard Somes (2008)

Yanggaw

(c) manillenials.com

12. Gone Girl by David Fincher (2014)

13. The Thieves by Dong-Hoon Choi (2012)

The Thieves

(c) dramastyle.com

14. Wolf Children by Mamoru Hosoda (2012)

Wolf Children

(c) thegeekshow.co.uk

15. From Up on Poppy Hill by Goro Miyazaki (2011)

From Up on Poppy Hill

(c) sf.se

16. The Berlin File by Seung-wan Ryoo (2013)

The Berlin File

(c) scmp.com

17. That Thing Called Tadhana by Antoinette Jadaone (2014)

That Thing Called Tadhana

(c) facebook.com

18. Hindi Sila Tatanda by Malay Javier (2014)

Hindi Sila Tatanda

(c) filmpolicereviews.com

19. Horrible Bosses 2 by Sean Anders (2014)

Horrible Bosses 2

(c) laineygossip.com

 
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Posted by on November 29, 2014 in Movies & Television

 

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That Thing Called Tadhana Fever

I miss you, blog! Na-miss ko rin ‘yong mga nagti-tiyagang magbasa ng blog na ‘to. I have been so busy with work, some hanging out thingy, and movies! Sa sobrang pagka-busy ko, nalimutan ko rin mag-update ng monthly movie list ko. Hamo, kumpleto na ‘yan pagkatapos ng November.

Recently, napanood ko ‘yong That Thing Called Tadhana, isa sa mga entries ng Cinema One Originals 2014. Ten days na ‘kong hindi nakaka-move on sa movie. Kung napanood mo na ‘yong Before Sunrise/Sunset/Midnight ni Richard Linklater, ganoon ang istilo ng pelikula.

Sa sobrang nagandahan ako sa pelikula, dalawang beses ko s’ya pinanood. Kung may commercial run ito (sabi meron daw soon), maglulustay ulit ako ng pera. Minsan lang ako maging ganito. Hahaha!

Marami rin akong first time na na-experience sa film na ‘to.

Nagpalit ako ng profile picture sa Facebook. Ginamit ko ulit ‘yong litrato ko sa BenCab museum sa Baguio bilang isa ‘yan sa mga settings ng pelikula. Pinalitan ko rin ‘yong cover photo para kumpleto na at ginamit ko ‘yong pamosong opening line ng Tadhana.

At etong dalawang status na ‘to ang patunay na tinamaan ako ng husto sa Tadhana:

That Thing Called Tadhana

That Thing Called Tadhana FB Status 1

That Thing Called Tadhana FB Status 2

Isa lang naman ‘yan sa mga pinagka-abalahan ko noong mga nakaraang linggo. 🙂

Tungkol nga pala sa commercial run ng Tadhana, panoorin ‘nyo ‘to kung may free time kayo. Maki-usyoso sa kanilang Facebook page para sa mga update. Better yet, update ‘yo selves with Cinema One Originals 2014, baka kasi may mga commericial run ‘yong mga ibang entries.

Suporta lokal! 🙂

 
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Posted by on November 24, 2014 in Movies & Television, Rants and Raves

 

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Sometimes, First Times Are the Best

I don’t know have any proper introduction on this but to let you know, it’s about some informal first time events in my work-bahay routine.

1. You know what’s the best thing about being part of a blog site (has more than 1k Facebook Likes. Hehe) and has its own domain and hosting? You get an invitation for advanced movie screening! Yes dear readers (kung meron man), the other blog where I contribute my formal musings already received two advanced movie screening/mini event.

First, it was Barber’s Tales. However, we were not able to attend ’cause it’s located in QC and most of us (we’re 11 writers in that blog) are working in Makati and the event was 3PM. I was so eager to attend because the plot is promising and Eugene Domingo won a Best Actress in Tokyo International Film Festival. Oh well, tapos na ‘yun.

Second invite was from Futurentertainment Inc. It was the advanced screening of Russian horror film Viy: Spirit of Evil. We immediately said yes to the invitation since it will be held in Greenbelt Cinema. Ilang tumbling at kembot lang andun na kami.

Jane and I attended the event since we’re the only ones who were eager to see it. Sino kami para humindi sa ganitong invite? Anyway, when we were there, we felt intimidated since it seems the other bloggers and media writers are all veterans to this kind of shit and they already know each other! Para kaming others talaga dun though we had a small talk with one of the bloggers naman. Buti na lang talaga, dalawa kaming nagpunta.

We’re a bit hesitant if we will bring our own food. We thought that they won’t serve any, but of course mali kami ng inisip. There was a mini buffet from Sumo Sam and we enjoyed the food. 😀 Plus, they also served popcorn and sodas during the movie.

My most favorite part was when we discovered that the given envelope to us containing the press kit had a GC from Sumo Sam worth P1000!

From then on, Jane and I promised to attend these gatherings if our schedules will permit us. Free movie and free food and other perks are the best!

2. Watching a film with someone you just met that day? Yes! I’ve done that last night. This friend of mine (2nd time namin ulit magsama/magkita since summer) tagged along this lady he just met that day too! I don’t want to put so much details regarding this ’cause I didn’t ask their permission. I just want to tell you, guys, that I enjoyed their company talking about heartbreaks, the movie, some dating shit, a little bit of Philippine law, and others. I didn’t feel any awkward moments with the lady. I think she’s awesome and intelligent. 🙂

3. It was my first time to watch a mind-fucking foreign movie in big screen! I’ve seen other mind fucking movies like Fight Club, Inception, and Irreversible but just on my desktop/laptop. While watching, I can’t stop thinking about what will happen on the characters or if this one will have a solid ending. This one is worth spending your money with. I’m hooked.

Have you seen Gone Girl starring Ben Affleck and Rosamund Pike? Go, check it out. Hahaha. I seriously recommend this one.

 
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Posted by on October 22, 2014 in Movies & Television, Rants and Raves

 

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Films for September

Was so busy with improving myself. Char! No, just busy with just some work here and there. I’m just too disappointed that I couldn’t keep up with my addiction.

So, here’s the list of films I saw this month.

1. Rurouni Kenshin: Kyoto Inferno by Keishi Ohtomo. 2014.

Rurouni Kenshin: Kyoto Inferno

2. Oz the Great and Powerful by Sam Raimi. 2013.

Oz the Great and Powerful

3. Eragon by Stefen Fangmeier. 2006.

Eragon

4. Lust, Caution (Se, jie) by Ang Lee. 2007.

Lust, Caution

5. Lupin the III by Ryûhei Kitamura. 2014.

Lupin the III

6. ABNKKBSNPLAko?! the Movie by Mark Meily. 2014.

ABNKKBSNPLAko?! the Movie

 
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Posted by on September 30, 2014 in Movies & Television

 

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