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GV Gold Class

Prior to this we’ve only tried out Shaw Premiere Theatres and we feel that even though the chairs are newer here and the blankets feel cleaner, Shaw is better value for money. We hardly watch movies any more so while … Continue reading

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Annoyed at The Cathay

Pretty display of cranes at The Cathay, but unfortunately the latest Star Trek movie sucked. I felt a zero emotional connection and it was all so cliche. Perhaps I was tired, but I actually almost fell asleep in the middle … Continue reading

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Oblivion: Bored Out of My Mind

Tom Cruise has always been drawing point when it comes to movie selection, but lately I think he has made the wrong choices when it comes to roles. He seems to keep playing the same character but in different settings. … Continue reading

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Enchanted by ‘A Room with a View’: Both the Book & the Movie

Am in the middle of the novel ‘A Room with a View’ and the trailer on Youtube of the 1985 movie brought back lovely memories. Would love to watch this movie again and if only our theatres screened old movies. … Continue reading

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Life of Pi & Trying Out Premiere Seats

I recently watched the movie Life of Pi and tried the Shaw Premiere seats for the first time. It was a spur of the moment decision and B caved since the showtime for the regular seats was about 2 hours … Continue reading

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Answering Carrot’s Questions

1. Do you enjoy what you do for a living? I used to when I had decent employers and felt that my work was helping others in some way. Well, still seeking the best vocation where I can write full … Continue reading

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Revamped Shaw Lido Theatre: No More Mee Siam

Well, I guess it’s not that new, but I only recently checked it out. At first sight it looked much more pleasant but I quite miss the cheap local food options. We used to come here for Glory Mee Siam … Continue reading

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Movies About Hope & Faith: Jeff Who Lives at Home & Salmon Fishing in The Yemen

Watched two movies recently. Jeff Who Lives at Home and Salmon Fishing in The Yemen. Both tell very different stories, but I found a similar theme of hope and faith. The slacker movie appealed to me a lot more. I … Continue reading

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Adults will Love Pixar’s Brave and La Luna

Shared my thoughts about the movie Brave, plus other movies I’ve recently watched and liked. Merida has the best hair and accent ever. So different and so refreshing. Always felt that wild untamed hair needs to be appreciated more and … Continue reading

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Moonrise Kingdom

Another wonderful movie I would recommend. Again, I greatly appreciate the loving attention to detail. Set in 1965, the musical score (Benjamin Britten’s Young Person’s Guide to the Orchestra) brought back memories. I think this must have been played both … Continue reading

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