Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part I Review

harry potter and the deathly hallows part I

It’s never easy to convert books–especially those coming from fantasy genre, and more especially those with millions of devoted fans–into movies. When the first title of the J.K. Rowling’s masterpiece was brought to big screen, I was one of fans whose excitement turned quickly to disappointment. The next chapters weren’t changed much, although the 3rd one (Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban) successfully captured a glimpse of the series’ dark essence. It kept going darker and darker, yet the ridiculous efforts to present top notch CGI-generated scenes (when they should have focused more on story and characters development) were still pathetic.

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part I fixes it. Finally. Thank goodness.

Read it at your own risk, light spoiler alert!

Bound, Bound and Rebound with Pixar’s Boundin’

Pixar's Boundin'

Am so gonna watch Toy Story 3 this weekend. *fiuhhh, get some me-time at last* As usual, kinda a ritual for me, rite before watching any Pixar’s movie in the cinema, I just have to watch Pixar’s previously released short animations. I love them all, but the best of the best for me is still For the Birds, hehe…

But here’s another good Pixar’s short that ‘opened’ The Incredibles: Boundin’. I put it on top of my fave list because of Bud Luckey.

Who is Bud Luckey? This 76-year-old is describable in 3 words: REMARKABLE. POETIC. ANIMATOR.
Let’s bound to the end of this article!

Prince of Mehsia: The Sands of Time


spoiler alert: ye be warned, continue reading at yer own risk

I watched Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time with my boyfriend last weekend. And despite the galactic nuisance I encountered, we both were actually dying to get out after the first half. It’s a lame movie, and this line isn’t related to the fact that I’m a gamer.
Go on, I dare you to keep reading!