Morning readers :) Some words of wisdom from me, Jenny. To my Malaysian friends, yesterday was the holiday for the Buddhists/Hindu people known as Thaipusam. My Indian friends and readers would understand this but my American/ European friends might not have a clue what this is and why it's a holiday... Well, its this holiday whereby...well... I don't really know what this holiday's about but i guess it involves those followers of Buddha laying around making extra prayers and chilling...
So since yesterday was a holiday i decided, what better way to spend a holiday if not with your loved ones :) So i rang up my boo (hm.. we'll call him Aidan**), Aidan and we both hit the Pavilion mall in search of the most amazing movie in the whole millennium. The movies list was bunch of Chinese Sad operas that had those annoying subtitles, and one super exaggerated Indian film with the over-exaggerated poster flanked by the over-exaggerated pose of its darling melodic actors/actresses. Then my eyes flitted down to probably the ONLY English movie showing at that time. And that movie, besides the lameass Water for Elephants starring the lamest people in the world, was... Drumroll please!
Priest. 3D. D'ohhhh...
Even better those movie making bitches decided to reduce our overall brain capacity and eyesight by making it in 3D!!!! WOW!!! I would rather watch a whole documentary about Robert Pattinson and his life in the slow lane aka wherever he's from. Frankly speaking this movie was all action, vampires, action, more vampires with sinus problems and over-excessive drooling and then the (Not so) hot lead actor who has ZERO emotion. The plot is like any typical Twilight movie wannabe. Its corny, predictable and a waste of RM20. So if you do feel like watching that movie then go ahead... just dont ignore the voice in your head that warns you to be dumb-i-fied forever.
So yeah that's my take on that movie. And i hope this review has been and IS an enlightenment for you and everyone else who you have shared it with. the worst cinema to watch a movie from... TGV. The best cinemas to watch movies from would be... Cathay and GSC. :)
Have a wholesome day and yes, im off to have a life which YOU should too!