Thursday, January 19, 2012

Prisoner of Love

I'm prisoner of love,
Love for my Creator,
Love for my parents,
Love for my siblings,
Love for my friends,
Love for my enemies,
Love for those who love me BACK

Saturday, January 14, 2012

The Power Of Six : Sequel "I am Number Four"

The story is told by two members of the Garde: Number Four (John Smith), who is on the run with Sam, Six, and Bernie Kosar (aka Hadley, a Lorien Chimæra), and Number Seven (Marina), who's hiding at Santa Teresa, a convent in Spain. While John, Number Six and Sam try to stay ahead of the Mogadorians while searching for the other surviving Loric, Number Seven searches for news of John after his heroic battle at the school that came at the end of I Am Number Four

Sunday, January 1, 2012

2012 Movies Must Watch

list that i've been made for my 2012 movies must watch. definitively will watching it. credit to rotten tomatoes 

1. Underworld: Awakening

When: January 20
Who: Mans Marlind, Bjorn Stein (director), Kate Beckinsale, Charles Dance, Stephen Rea
What: Selene returns to take down some more werewolves.
Why: Beckinsale makes a welcome, eye-catching return. And the Underworld series is the ultimate in January fare: fast, fun, and warmly trashy.

2.The Hunger Games

When: March 23

Who: Gary Ross (director), Jennifer Lawrence, Liam Hemsworth, Josh Hutcherson

What: A dark fantasy film that explores daily life in America if American Idol were replaced with a psychotic and brutal televised ritual where young people are pitted against each other and looked upon by a panel of crazies.

Why: With Harry Potter over and Twilight winding down, Hollywood needs a new series to wean young audiences on. Enter: The Hunger Games.

When: April 6

Who: I think every one knows 

4.The Avengers

When: May 4
Who: Joss Whedon (director), Robert Downey Jr, Chris Evans, Scarlett Johansson
What: A band of disparate superheroes (selected on skill, wealth, brains, whether they're into leather or not) work together for the greater good.
Why: We've put up with weird cameos and loose story threads across nearly a dozen Marvel films. It all pays off here.

5.Men in Black 3

When: May 25
Who: Barry Sonnefield (director), Will Smith, Tommy Lee Jones, Josh Brolin
What: A secret government agent travels back in time in search of his old partner and some good jokes, having exhausted all of them in the present day.
Why: Will Smith hasn't released a movie since 2008 (guess Seven Pounds not breaking $100 million convinced him to focus on other things) and there appears to be still worldwide affection for the franchise.

6.Snow White and the Huntsman

When: June 1
Who: Rupert Sanders (director), Kristen Stewart, Charlize Theron, Chris Hemsworth
What: A girl and a witch settle an argument over which is fairer with swords, armies, and sensible bloodletting.
Why: We've witnessed enough pouting and lip biting from Stewart: Bring us on some violence!


When: June 8
Who: Ridley Scott (director), Michael Fassbender, Noomi Rapace, Idris elba
What: Humans explore deep space in search of our origins, and to test theory that in space no one can hear you scream.
Why: Scott makes a welcome return to sci-fi territory and considering the killer 2011 Fassbender has had, we're eager to see him carry that over to 2012 and straight into the apocalypse.

8.The Dark Knight Rises

When: July 20
Who: Christopher Nolan (director), Christian Bale, Tom Hardy, Gary Oldman
What: The caped crusader returns after eight years when Gotham City is terrorized by a villain frustrated that nobody understands him.
Why: This is it. The end of the legend. How far will Nolan be willing to go in closing out the ultimate comic trilogy?

9.The Expendables 2

When: August 17
Who: Sylvester Stallone (director), Slyvester Stallone, Jason Statham, Jet Li
What: Armed manly men take a trip somewhere manly.
Why: If you're one of the people who made the original a $200 million smash, you already know why!

10.The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2

When: November 12
Who: Bill Condon (director), Kristen Stewart, Taylor Lautner, Robert Pattinson
What: A vampire, a human, a werewolf, and an infant demon overcome their differences.
Why: Finally, it's OVER! . . .That is, we mean, this scintillating, well-balanced, and non-spooky journey of vampires and werewolves and the babies they love reaches the bloody romantic climax.

11.The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey

When: December 14
Who: Peter Jackson (director), Martin Freeman, Ian Holm, Ian McKellan
What: A band of vertically-challenged friends, with the help of a wizard, quest for some jewelry.
Why: The actors, the sets, the personnel -- everything is in place. And high hopes remain that Jackson's heart is in the right place, too, and that his passion for Middle-earth hasn't diminished after so many years spent on the films.