Monday, June 29, 2009

Transformer: Revenge of the Fallen

Talk Out Loud: The rush to watch this movie is crazy. By 11.30 am, all tickets of the day (up until 12.30am midnight show of the same day), was sold out. I managed to get my two tickets but it was on first row...

Transformer: Revenge of the Fallen is really a long movie... 2 hours 30 minutes with almost nonstop action is abit too much.

Story-wise, it looks okay but I must stress that it does not justify all those robots that are featured in the movie... First of all, these many new robots are there just to make a cameo appearance in the movie (some people comment that this is to give it a reason to be appear on the shelves in those toys stores). Also, maybe due to their cameo, there was no "introduction" about them except that they came to Earth when they received the signal sent by Optimus Primes at the end of the first movie. A good as the CGI is done, it actually did a bad job at differentiate the many Decepticons, since most of them are in about the same colours. I got confused as to who-is-who and who-the-h***-is-dat?

Maybe the director purposely choose not to follow the original storyline but I find that many of the robots (Autobots and Decepticons) does not really talk. This actually dehumanized those characters that was supposed to be very human-like in the original cartoon...

The fun part about the movie actually comes in from the Twins Autobots, Mudflap and Skids. Both are hyperactive and talk almost nonstop. They actually provide the comic-relief for the most part of the movie and for most of the time, I thought there are not really useful. It was until their "battle" with The Constructicons who combined to become Devastator... I like their attitute then when they seems like having fun even though they are facing a very big problem, the Devastator.

Another comic-relief was in a form of Wheelie. It is a blue radio-controlled toy monster truck. Initally, it served Decepticons but soon realized that he can choose to be on the forces of good. Initially caught by Mikaela, Wheelie soon become attached to her as he found her "hot".

Monday, June 22, 2009

Lens Mug

A special mug that looks like a lens... found it in

Saturday, June 13, 2009


Talk Out Loud: How I wish I can go out shooting...


I couldnt believe it but yet, it happened.

I was so positive that I didnt hav dengue that my mind couldnt register how it could hav infected me. Anyway, in a twist of fate, I found out that I did hav dengue.

Difference is, it was a mild one and it didnt really affect me in anyway except for the rashes that suddenly become visible one afternoon.

But by then, I am already recovering, as what the doctor stated.

What surprise me is that I am able to run in a marathon for 11km when I am having that dengue.

As for the record, my platelets went down to 128 level only. (I cant remember the equation at the back...

Friday, June 05, 2009

Being a Photographer is not that easy

Talk Out Loud: Boss went outstation and I am in charge of the dept... Muahahahaha... but that means I would do all the works... T.T some more, I have feeling feverish le.... no good no good...


Believe me when I tell you that being a photographer is not that easy. Dont believe what I am saying? Take a look here and you should get the idea.