Tag movies

Five Most Educating Movie Speeches 2

Nov12

In school, we met a lot of characters that can later change our lives. A mean dean, evil headmaster, crazy teacher, even violent classmates. Of course, not everything about school is bad. In school, we learned a lot of things. We learned normal things like mathematics, geography, or language. We also learned other useful stuffs like forging our parents signature, acting sick, or cheating in exams without getting caught. Click to be more motivated…

Take Five: How To Train Your Dragon Sequel Will Blast Your Screen 4

Oct12

Kids love flying. So does adults. When How To Train Your Dragon was released earlier this year, nobody thought it was going to be a major hit. With more than $500 million worldwide gross, its a sure fire that a sequel is on the way. Click to read about the fiery sequel…

Five Things’ Five Movie Characters Men Want To Be 5

Oct10

Men love role playing. They kick other men, punch evil goons, kill leaders of dark organizations, steal a sport car, ride a private jet, blow up an entire skyscraper and rescue damsel in distress. Men love getting in action, gets the girl, and saves the day. Men love movies, and they often wish they’re in one. Click to pick a movie character you’d want to be…

Five Things’ Most Memorable Romance Movie Soundtrack 11

Oct6

Soundtracks play a huge part in a movie. When we need to shush the silence and produce a dramatic effect, the audio will help to boost our visual experience.

Imagine Juno MacGuff (Ellen Page) and Paulie Bleeker (Michael Cera) sitting face to face in front of his house, guitars on both their laps, as they both starts to sing, “Anyone Else But You”. Click here and sing your favorite soundtracks…

Five Things is Accepting Requests 5

Oct5

We’re not idle, we only seemed to. Five Things will be back pretty shortly with new reviews and articles coming in. The blog’s initial reaction in its first week of appearance is quite positive. So, we were thinking, “Hey, if you liked it so much, why don’t you tell us what to write next!”

I’ve been getting some review requests, and I think if it appeals to my reader, I will continue to do so. If you have any request, any movie you want me to watch and review, I will gladly post it. Of course, if your movie is a bit hard to find, I may have to say no. To keep it simple, let’s keep the movies in color, not too foreign, available with subtitles, and not too scary (yes, I’m a chicken, laugh all you want). Or, if you have a copy of the movie, I’d be glad to borrow or steal one.

The list of requests will be appearing on my Flash Update column (the one on the top right of my sidebar), where I’ll keep you posted about the upcoming articles.

Meanwhile, enjoy your visit, because Five Things is here to stay!

Five Things about Let The Right One In (2008) 2

Sep29

Immortality has its price. The quest for the fountain of youth has been around for centuries and millennia. It was said that drinking from it will grant one longer life, devoid of all human degenerations. But hidden in mythical stories, folklores, and mystery books, the quest of the elusive elixir may have ended after all. To the creatures who were blessed and cursed to be forever young, human blood is the answer. Welcome to the world of vampires. Let’s begin one of our story in the frosty landscape of Sweden. Click here to meet the creatures of the night…

Five Things is Now on Twitter 4

Sep27

Every blogger became lazy from time to time. They procrastinate and delay posting new articles. I know how it felt. Sometimes, it’s hard for me to sum up the will to write a decent blog post. So, what should we do about that? Click to know why I’m tweeting…

Five Things I’ve Learned from Horror Movies 9

Sep26

Some people choose to learn stuffs in school. Some people choose to read a book. Some people choose to get educated through movies. Horror movies are filled with life lessons and guide to survival. Who knows, one day a serial killer will run loose on your neighborhood? (Scream) Someone died in your basement? (The Orphanage) Maybe you just found out that your home was build on an ancient burial ground? (Poltergeist) Well, the next time ghosts and zombies appeared on your doorstep, we hope you already mastered your Horror Movies 101. Click here to survive the killings…

Five Things about Brokeback Mountain (2005) 1

Sep24

Love is universal. It’s not just man and woman. It’s a story between mother and her child. Grandparents and their grandchild. A guy and his car. A woman and her shoe collection. A kid and his pet. Woman and woman. Man and man.

Brokeback Mountain has had a long history of trying to stretch the definition of  love. It’s been five years since Taiwanese director Ang Lee released the controversial drama to public. But until now, the problematic same-sex relationship hadn’t found any bright light just yet. Some love chose to lurk behind the misty mountains, and found comfort far from society’s judging eyes. Click here to read Ennis and Jack’s tragic tale…

Five Things that I Love About Movies 4

Sep23

Movies have been a part of my life a long long time. I did mention on my about page that my first cinematic experience happened when I was three. Kids are not supposed to remember things that happened when they were three. I did, in crystal clear view. So, I must had been enthralled so much by the motion picture, that I was able to keep it in my memory vault, intact. Click to know why I love movies…

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