Posts Tagged ‘movie’

“We have a long way to go to
being the perfect couple, we certainly don’t live the fairy tale marriage, he
doesn’t shower me with rose petals and fly me to Paris on weekends but
when I get my hair cut, he notices. When I dress up to go out at night, he
compliments me. When I cry, he wipes my tears. When I feel lonely, he
makes me feel loved. And who needs Paris, when you can get a hug?”

I can’t help but smile today.


In a week, I have 5 days to work. Aside from being a Technician, I am also a full time mommy. So I get to work at night when they are sleeping. When I come home, they go to school.

Friday I am in love! And yes I am because it means I get to rest and be lethargic.

I will watch movies.. Of course. It’s rest day, it’s as good as saying “It’s torrent day!” Yay! That sounds illegal but fun.

On my bucket list I have: You’ve got mail, My Bosses Daughter, Endless Love, The Words..

  • You’ve got mail. According to Wikipedia, the movie is a 1998 American romantic comedy film directed by Nora Ephron, starring Tom Hanks and Meg Ryan. It was written by Nora and Delia Ephron based on the 1937[2] play Parfumerie by Miklós László. The film is about two e-mailing lovers who are completely unaware that their sweetheart is, in fact, a person with whom they share a degree of animosity. Trailer down there. Sorry I am too lazy to use my own words. Wiki made it easier for me. Told ya’ it’s lazy day!


  • My Bosses Daughter. I love Ashton! I mean who doesn’t? So what’s it all about? I am only guessing it has something to do with Ashton who works for a man who ask for a huge favor and he fell in love with the daughter. Or maybe they hook up. Whatever. It makes me kind of excited because it’s Ashton. ❤


  • Endless Love. American Romantic Drama it is! I’m thrilled, can’t wait!


  • The Words. It’s a 2012 mystery romantic drama film. It is about a young unsuccessful author who discovers an old manuscript, is pushed by his girlfriend into publishing it, becomes enormously successful, is later confronted by an old man who is (or in that case, knows) the original author, and then publishes a second book about how this all happened. (


I’ll end this in a quote. Ciao!! 🙂

It’s funny how the colors of the real world only seem really real when you watch them on a screen.” 
― Anthony Burgess

If you can’t talk about it, then write about it.

Book Cover”

The Movie”

What I like most about watching a movie captured in New York is that I get to imagine my life in there.

Where unimaginable things happen. The luxurious life. Tall buildings. City lights. The people. I love liberal minds.

There’s just one thing I don’t like.
Since I have seen a lot of movies filmed in here, I learned how a New Yorker leads his life.

They are always out partying like nobody cares if they get drunk.
People are famous for being rich. Girls are well known in a fashionable society.

They don’t look at life the way I see it.
They are rich. They live in a cozy place. They are elegant.

While I prefer to be in Ohio.Or any place beside a beach. A country song. Birds chirping. Farm animals. Fresh air. Tall trees. Green environment.

So, what I like about the movie? It’s not bad. Everything that means luxury isn’t bad at all. It says everything that you can imagine, can happen.

Plus Leonardo Di Caprio is a real man. I lurvvve him.

A New York suburban couple’s marriage goes dangerously awry when the wife indulges in an adulterous fling.


That’s the thing about cheating. It makes everyones’ life miserable.
The story here is kinda different. The woman who, I guess, just like everyone, gets bored.

They find comfort in someone else. The cheater gets to be the one with satisfaction, and both parties ended up hating each other.

There’s no good or acceptable reason for cheating. If you are in a relationship, don’t get too tied up and think that cheating will be a way out. Or will be your way to be happy again. Being happy doesn’t require hurting one person. It doesn’t have to mean screw up.

Well, I should know. I have dealt with men and people. And the reasons, we may find so lame. But they do it anyways.

In this film, Richard Gere, the husband killed Oliviere Martinez, the other man. I find it so hard to believe. Look at what happens when someone got hurt. Look at what happens when we get mad. Too bad. He’s goin’ to live with it forever.

But the movie was great!

So hey, it’s rest day again. My long wait is over. ( For the days I have been longing since Sunday!) You have no idea.

I have listed the things I will make sure to accomplish.

To watch movies. thank heaven for the movies I downloaded on a website. All HD.

The Book Thief. I hate to say it, but I wasn’t able to watch it on the big screen. Not to mention that I haven’t read the book yet.

Non Stop. I’ve heard a lot of good reviews about the movie so why not add it. I have it downloaded anyways.

300 Rise of an Empire. I am not a fan of violence or whatsoever but I’m a fan of sexy body. Goodness gracious, that Sullivan Stapleton and his amorous body. So hawt! hot!

Unfaithful. It’s a 2002 movie about married couple. A New York suburban couple’s marriage goes dangerously awry when the wife indulges in an adulterous fling. Sounds fun!


That’s about it for my A-List.
I’m still going to read books. On my list: If I stay by Gayle Forman, The Kiss by Daniel Steel.

And maybe that’s just it for now.
I still have a life to live outside my comfort home, I am going to have dinner with friends and family.

Sundays, of all days! I will attend the service. I’m kind of excited because we have a new series. Plus Pastor Jeff never fails to make me so happy, enlightened and fulfilled.



Stay, he says.

Choices. Seventeen-year-old Mia is faced with some tough ones: Stay true to her first love—music—even if it means losing her boyfriend and leaving her family and friends behind?

Then one February morning Mia goes for a drive with her family, and in an instant, everything changes. Suddenly, all the choices are gone, except one. And it’s the only one that matters.

If I Stay is a heartachingly beautiful book about the power of love, the true meaning of family, and the choices we all make. –From Goodreads

The story is almost unbelievable but the way the author made it, to sound and look so real is truly amazing.

It is not just because I already saw the trailer before I read it, but I can imagine it. Every word, every feeling, every details, it all came to life in my realization.

I can’t wait for the movie! I saved the date.
Trailer here.

People believe what they want to believe..

The ticket.

The Food with the ticket.

So after days spent reading the book, The Fault in our Stars has finally come to life. Not that I am a big fan of tragedy or epic love story but I loved how the story made me believe in possibilities of forever. Forever doesn’t mean to be together always. But to be there with each other whatever comes.

The story of Augustus and Hazel Grace made me believe in love again.
Although I don’t have special someone to call. It made me feel special in my own way. This is an eye opener. A story that most people will embrace. Worth sharing.

It’s another story of love. Sickness. Depression. How two sick people love beyond any circumstances.

Indeed one of the best.

Here are some of the quotes from the book.

“You don’t get to choose if you get hurt in this world…but you do have some say in who hurts you. I like my choices.”
― John Green, The Fault in Our Stars

“There are infinite numbers between 0 and 1. There’s .1 and .12 and .112 and an infinite collection of others. Of course, there is a bigger infinite set of numbers between 0 and 2, or between 0 and a million. Some infinities are bigger than other infinities. A writer we used to like taught us that. There are days, many of them, when I resent the size of my unbounded set. I want more numbers than I’m likely to get, and God, I want more numbers for Augustus Waters than he got. But, Gus, my love, I cannot tell you how thankful I am for our little infinity. I wouldn’t trade it for the world. You gave me a forever within the numbered days, and I’m grateful.”
― John Green, The Fault in Our Stars