Just adding on the Trixie's movie reviews, I'll add The King's Speech.
I had very low expectations for this film despite the amazing cast.
um let's see... I figured there isn't much to portray about the stuttering king.
But as I started watching the first few minutes of Colin Firth's scene,
I realised that he really did deserve the Golden Globe for this role.
I have to say there isn't much about the plot, but the pace is exciting throughout.
It kept me engaged. There were no depressingly gloomy scenes, which I liked,
but humour seems to be everywhere, even when the situation isn't so great for the casts.
I was amongst the older viewers at Gizzy cinema with a friend,
and it's very amusing listening to grandmas laughing at good old jokes :)
When I got out of the cinema, I felt empowered.
I felt fortunate and lucky that I didn't have speech problems,
but I think what they really wanted to say was the book isn't always about the cover,
both the characters and the film.
Go and watch it, it's worth the money :D
It's such a humid day.
I went shopping with a friend for her date outfit tonight.
and I found her a perfect dress and a cardigan.
I ended up getting some cheap stuff too.
two tees, and started taking photos when I got back home.
(sorry about my disgusting room ;D )
with a white vintage silk blouse from Sally's
my very pretty friend, Nikki