Today, we went to Quiapo and bought a lot of DVDs and went to Binondo. It was fun.
Here are some sketches that I did:
-Toy Story 3 = The movie was great. If you've watched 1 and 2, you would cried harder like me. If this is your first time to watch this franchise, you will also cry about it. Pixar is hitting all the emotional sequences and scenes. Everything was a riot. except the Spanish mode of Buzz Lightyear. A must-see and watch for all Pixar/Toy Story enthusiasts. 4.7/5
-Karate Kid = This one is lesser to an average. I must say, they have all the plot lines like the first original movie, starring Ralph Macchio. The soundtrack was less par. But from a standpoint from a kid, who is less than 12 years old, will enjoy it... I guess. It is true: Instead of the title being KARATE KID, it should've been KUNG-FU KID. 2/5
I have a lot more movies to watch and review. All for now
Sunday, September 12, 2010
Thursday, September 9, 2010
Well, I didn't get to win the Jonas Diego's 24-Hour Comic Book Challenge. Congratulations to Freely Abrigo and Kevin Justin Ang (“Part of the Job”) for the best story and Freely Abrigo (“Bakit?”) for the Best Art.
The best thing that cried my heart out was this:
"One such work came to the attention of one of our judges, Gerry Alanguilan.
“Norby Ela's art still has a long way to go and did not score highly. However, his story is one of the highest ones I rated. I found it strangely affecting, not only because of the subject matter, but because of how it was written. It’s quiet, unforced and surprisingly convincing, free from bombast and hysterics. He almost made me believe he was reliving a memory, rather than simply imagining a story.”
Gerry Alanguilan"I promise that I will improve. Thank you for the amazing compliment, sir!
WAIIIIIT! May prizes ba ang Final 10?
Wednesday, September 8, 2010
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