|Author: Norman Wilwayco (Iwa)|
Year published: 2012
# of pages: 246
Country/Language: Philippines (Filipino)
Sunday, November 23, 2014
Labindalawang maiikling kwento ni Norman Wilwayco na nagbigay sakin ng iba't ibang emosyon. Labindalawa ring beses winarak ang puso ko. Labindalawang istorya ng iba't ibang klaseng kaadikan, kahalayan, kabastusan, kawalan ng dignidad, kahindik-hindik, at kamulat-mulat na mga kwentong Pinoy. Welcome to the dark side.
Tuesday, November 18, 2014
It's rare for me to be so confused after watching a film. Confused, not because of the plot, but because I was trying to gauge my feelings towards it. Did I love it? Did I hate the spine of the story? From standing up from my seat, to peeing, to walking out of the movie house, down the escalator, and to the parking lot, I was thinking. My mind was like in a jumbled time-space continuum, struggling, wondering, puzzling over the movie I just saw. Even on the way home, I was mostly silent, well, at a loss for words is more appropriate - which is unusual for me. Any other movie I would have been gushing or ranting.
What got me so confused is that for a highly anticipated movie, Interstellar made me feel overwhelmed and underwhelmed at the same time.
|Directed by: Christopher Nolan|
Written by: Jonathan & Christopher Nolan
Music by: Hans Zimmer
Cinematography by: Hoyte van Hoytema
Edited by: Lee Smith
Running time: 169 mins
Budget: $165 million
Box Office: over $322 million