Vita Et Morte – Finally Published

So… 👀 I finally did it 🙈 I finally was able to publish one of my short stories/novellas onto Amazon KDP. I didn’t know I would be able to do this, but I did. And I’m grateful for those who believed that I could. 😌 You know who you all are. 💛 Please give itContinue reading “Vita Et Morte – Finally Published”

The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2

Let’s see if I still have it in me to review films.  Lol.  It’s been a while since I’ve written anything close to a review for a movie that I watched.  I mean – you could definitely check my previous posts and what?  The last review I did was… 5 or 6 years ago?  MaybeContinue reading “The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2”

The Dark Knight by Christopher Nolan

** WARNING: Spoilers galore! ** I’ve been out of the loop for sooooo long here in my review section when in fact I’ve watched tons and tons of movies since Live Free or Die Hard (which was last year’s, dang). It’s just that since there are gazillions of great movies out there, I have notContinue reading “The Dark Knight by Christopher Nolan”

Live Free or Die Hard by Len Wiseman

I know this is a long review in the making since this movie came out almost a month ago. It being the 4th of July movie. But hey – better late than never, right? 🙂 I was actually apprehensive in watching this film. Given that it’s already the 4th movie and I kind of feltContinue reading “Live Free or Die Hard by Len Wiseman”

La Vie En Rose by Olivier Dahan

Lovely performance by Marion Cottilard as Edith Piaf in the inspirational and melodramatic film telling the life of Edith Piaf from her childhood till her death that deserves numerous best actress awards from different award-giving bodies. My only critique on this film is that the melodrama went overboard a bit. Sure, Olivier Dahan probably justContinue reading “La Vie En Rose by Olivier Dahan”

Evan Almighty by Tom Shadyac

Funny, clever but not extremely almighty. Steve Carrell makes a comeback as the witty Evan Baxter who takes on a new job as a US Congressman with a slogan about him wanting to change the world. With this in mind, God (Morgan Freeman) commissions him to build an ark and get all the animals inContinue reading “Evan Almighty by Tom Shadyac”

1408 by Mikael Hafstrom

Wonderfully done. Not perfect but not that bad to see as well. Technical-wise, cinematography was consistent. Director Mikael Hafstrom wanted the whole film to be tinged with yellow and it was shown throughout the film. Production design was up to par. Especially the room 1408 at the Dolphin Hotel in NYC where almost everything happened.Continue reading “1408 by Mikael Hafstrom”

Harry Potter and The Order of the Phoenix by David Yates

*Warning. Major Spoilers Ahead* I was such in awe after watching OoTP that I was so dazed and walking like Luna Lovegood (all dreamy and smiling to myself) when I got out of the theaters. Sure, if you read the book and you’re one of those people that are “by-the-book” then you can get disappointedContinue reading “Harry Potter and The Order of the Phoenix by David Yates”