Watched XXX2: The Next Level at GV Grand on Labour Day. Excellent action pack show which will keep you at the edge of your seat. It lives up to the reputation of XXX1. But if you are looking for storyline instead, I suggest you give this a miss.
Watched Divergence yesterday, not a good show at all. It is like a replica of Infernal Affairs, but either they fail badly or simply I am too dumb to understand what the movie is toking about.
Last Friday, watched The Pacifier at GV Jurong Point. It is a midnight show, been quite sometime since we watched a midnight show. The show is quite good and some parts are lame but funny. I love the Panda Dance. LOL
Last week was like a pasta week for me. Tried the L’Emozione Pasta Bar at Ngee Ann’s City B2, just outside Cold Storage. It is fabulous and price is very reasonable. Price on par with Pasta Mania but so much nicer. I got hooked onto it.
Watched House Of Fury last last Friday. Good kung fu action movie if you ask me. Personally I find it better than Kung Fu Hustle.
Basically this 2 weeks, nothing much to blog about. The same old routine. Received 3 letters. One is from Nanyang Technological University (NTU) which states that I qualify for their Computer Engineering course. Second one is from National University of Singapore (NUS) which states that I qualify for their Computing Course and the last is a scholarship from Infocomm Development Authority of Singapore (IDA) .
Thanks to all my friends and relatives that turn up for my birthday party.
Thanks for all the presents and hong baos.
Thanks to my family for all the preparation, especially my mom.
Thanks dear for all your help, the present and the lovely card you done for me.
At the stroke of midnight today, I turned 21. Finally I am no longer a teenager or a young adult. I am officially an adult. The sad thing is that I am still slaving for the nation instead of working/studying.
Good things come in 3 too? » Firstly, I am 21 years old today. » Secondly, this site turned 3 years old today. » Last but not least, today marks the 5th month LiXiang and I have been together.
Watched Robots at GV Jurong Point. It was a good show even though the story is very fast pace. Much more laughter is involve in this show as compared to The Incredibles. It is a must watch movie if you are in for a good laugh. One of my favourite part is when one of the robots sang, Britney Spears – Baby One More Time. And the other part is when they did the robot dance. The fusion of Jazz and Funk, Junk. That is comedy gold.
Went to watched Hitch at GV Marina on Sunday, the show started at 1.30pm. It is worth some good laugh after watching the show. The show ended at 3.45pm and LiXiang was asking me “are you thinking what I am thinking” and that trigger off watching another movie, Lemony Snicket’s A Series of Unfortunate Events. We went to check the time and just nice the next time slot is at 3.55pm.
It is somehow fated on that day we are going to watch 2 movies due to the timing of the movie slots. The movie was not really that great. To me it is just an over hyped movie, nothing special about it besides the visual effects, e fantasy world and Jim Carrey acting.
Time flies, it is now March 2005 and in exactly 22 days marks my 21st birthday.
Quite an interesting show just that certain parts at the end was very lame especially when Saint Gabriel came down stepping on John Constantine, that really worth the laugh. The visual effect during the scene when the ‘god’ of hell walk through the glass door and the glass shattered and the pieces of shattered glass touches his body and brush off was fantastic.
Went to Suntec City to celebrate our first Valentine’s Day. Saw Alvin and Jie Lin. Didn’t know Alvin sign on as a MP Specialist. Suntec was very crowded. Practically there was long queues at almost every eatery outlet. End up we settled down at Crystal Jade La Mian Xiao Long Bao Restaurant. Didn’t buy flowers for her because she say flowers is so expensive which is true, I treated her dinner and it cost less than a bouquet of flowers.
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