So there’s this site that I’ve been a member of since 2007 and they just launched their Movie Club for which I registered and they have this Movie Challenge which I’m really into right now so most of my coming film reviews will now be shorten as I’ll just be copy-pasting my posted reviews from there. :) I think it’d be fun since it would last for a year – it’d be my some sort of pet project this…
I’ve actually seen someone reading Orosa-Nakpil, Malate last year – I think it was a friend of mine who’s reading it.
The Flight Of The Maidens follows three young women’s journey into womanhood. It chronicles the lives of three country girls in a post World War Two era as they embarked into college with each getting scholarships at a university.
Awwee. Look how grown up Hiccup is :) This is just so cute and I can’t just wait for it!
During my teenage years up to my early twenties, I became so fond of reading books that I’d read a 500 plus page book non-stop until I finish it.
Published in 1993, The Giver is a children’s novel with a considerably thought provoking theme. Prior to reading its entirety, I already find it interesting based on its summary and the reviews I’ve been reading from the net.
From Director Jonathan Dayton and Valerie Faris of Little Miss Sunshine comes Ruby Sparks that centers on once-famous novelist Calvin Weir-Fields (
In the midst of the on-going debate regarding the recent announcement of Sheena Liam as the winner of Asia’s Next Top Model Cycle 2, I decided to come up with the list of the girls whom I thought should’ve won the “Top Model” title- from the original American version, the Australian franchise and ofcourse, the region-wide Asia’s Next Top Model.
Elyse Sewell [Cycle 1]
America’s Next Top Model…