Tuesday, December 29, 2009

Sunday, December 20, 2009

Today's evil review: Where the wild things are

I don't think we get to know where, actually. When I watched the trailler I really thought this movie had potential. Fantasy, creative looking characters and that taste of evil innocence, like you wonder when and how something bad will happen, since it is somehow a children's story. The thing is that this part never comes. The plot is poor, nothing interesting happens and I believe even those who love "weird movies" would get bored. There is also no empathy with the main character, a small boy.
The movie is based on a children's book and I wonder how similar they are. Nevertherless, I read that Warner Brothers studio was so unhappy with the director's first final version of the movie that they wanted to re-shoot the whole 75 million dollars project in 2008. The version on the theaters now was the accepted one...go figure!

Tuesday, December 15, 2009

Today's news: Curly hair gene discovered

No more babyliss. Scientists from Queensland, Australia, found out the gene responsible for curly hair. The discovery is expected to change the cosmetic world, since now there has been speculations on the creation of pills for developing hair curls. Cool isn't it?
I can almost hear Paris Hilton saying "Tinkerbell...guess what mommy bought you..."

Friday, December 11, 2009

Today's annoying thing: Loud breathing people

Sitting close to someone who, despite not being tired, breaks the silence and steals some of your oxygen with a very intense inhale/exhale action. If you've had that experience before you know how disturbing it is.

No air, no air...

Monday, December 7, 2009

Today's contradiction: New Moon

Have you realized that Kristen Stewart has that dull expression in every Twilight/New moon picture we see? Why?
Choose the best alternative:
1- Her character is not supposed to sleep well due to her relationship with a vampire.
2-Her character is lesbian.
3-She is actually trying to send an eye message to all teens: "Don't fool yourselves, they're gay".