This isn’t a democracy… it’s a Ricktatorship! #TheWalkingDead

•March 19, 2012 • 2 Comments

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Season 2 just ended a few hours ago. You can check out my review of the entire season on YAM Magazine.

Here’s a few thoughts I had regarding the Season 2 finale of The Walking Dead.

  • Damn, the amount of action in the season finale was much higher than the entire series combined.
  • Hershel activated the Konami cheat code for unlimited ammo! LOL.
  • Jimmy and Patricica died. No big deal, they were worthless after all.
  • Let’s hope for T-Dog, Carol, Carl and Lori to die on Season 3, unless they improve in likeability.
  • Poor Rick. First, he tells the group about Jenner and the infection issue. And then, he quickly addresses Shane’s death.
  • And Lori… fuck this bitch’s flip-flopping about her feelings on Rick and Shane.
  • I’m 50/50 on Andrea. Separating her from the rest of the group seemed effective enough to make me care for her and even feel sympathy.
  • How badass did Michonne look? Sword-weilding girl carrying two armless zombies with a chain = impressive!
  • Kill Carl already.
  • Ricktatorship: I like that word. Let’s hope it doesn’t end up being about Rick Santorum, lol.
  • Overall, The Walking Dead is still better than American Horror Story and True Blood. Let’s hope the writing and visuals improve for Season 3.
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Where would The Artist crack in on my Top 10 of 2011 films?

•February 26, 2012 • 1 Comment

I saw The Artist last Hursday. Wanna know where it ranks?

  1. Hugo (MVP: Chlöe Moretz)
  2. Drive (MVP: Albert Brooks)
  3. Midnight in Paris (MVP: Owen Wilson)
  4. Rise of the Planet of the Planet of the Apes (MVP: Andy Serkis)
  5. Melancholia (MVP: Kirsten Dusnt)
  6. Win Win (MVP: Paul Giamatti)
  7. The Skin I Live In (MVP: Antonio Banderas)
  8. The Artist (MVP: Jean Dujardin)
  9. Super 8 (MVP: Elle Fanning)
  10. Crazy, Stupid, Love. (MVP: Ryan Gosling)

Read my review of The Artist at YAM Magazine.

Entertaining to watch thanks to its cast and format. Jean Dujardin deserves to win Best Actor, but The Artist shouldn’t win Best Picture (Hugo should).

2011 films I haven’t seen yet:

  • War Horse
  • Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close
  • The Help
  • We Need To Talk About Kevin
  • The Muppets
  • Bridesmaids
  • Carnage
  • Take Shelter
  • Shame
  • Captain America
  • Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy
  • The Ides of March
  • Warrior
  • Source Code
  • Jane Eyre
  • Rango
  • Pina
  • A Separation
  • Chico & Rita
  • Etc.

For anyone wondering how I’d rank the BP nominees I have seen.

  1. Hugo (MVP: Chlöe Moretz)
  2. Midnight in Paris (MVP: Owen Wilson)
  3. The Artist (MVP: Jean Dujardin)
  4. The Tree of Life (MVP: Jessica Chastain)
  5. Moneyball (MVP: Brad Pitt)
  6. The Descendants (MVP: Shailene Woodley)

For the record, I’m going to keep updating this Top 2011 films until the 2012 blockbuster films start premiering.

Reupdating my Top 10 of 2011 films (again)

•February 22, 2012 • 1 Comment

Been a while since I updated this, but here we go.

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Predicting the 18th SAG Awards

•January 28, 2012 • Leave a Comment

Let’s try and see how this goes.

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Saw Pearl Jam live! #cantfindabetterband

•November 19, 2011 • Leave a Comment

Pearl Jam vivisted Peru for the first time ever and played live yesterday in front of at least 30k personas.

Nearly got asphyxiated to death thanks to the wild crowd earlier during Pearl Jam’s concert at the San Marcos stadium, but seeing them live was absolutely worth it. One of the best concerts I’ve been to along with Paul McCartney from a few months ago.

Really wished the stadium ended up full. I can see why it didn’t happened, Pearl Jam is less popular than Metallica around here, but they deserved a lot better, crowd attendance-wise.

You can read my review of their concert at YAM Magazine.

How I Spent October 31st

•November 1, 2011 • Leave a Comment

Alone. Forever alone. 😦

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The first song I ever uploaded to my first ever iPod was…

•October 6, 2011 • Leave a Comment

This one:

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