May 01, 2009

Manny Pacquiao “ Battle of East and West “ winning victory

No doubt Manny Pacquaio is the Filipino hero of our modern era. He’s not in the battle against country’s enemy, yet in his every fight he carries with the armor of a true blooded warrior. The fiery confidence and full-spirited desire to win thus bring forth the honor for our country.

Before he was a teenager, Manny Pacquaio was selling cigarettes on the streets of Manila trying to survive. Now he is a Filipino hero and superstar on the verge of making boxing history.

The 30-year-old southpaw will face British Ricky Hatton on Saturday (Sunday in Manila) for the Englishman’s junior welterweight title. A Pacquaio victory would match him for the all-time record of world crowns in six different weight divisions.

Ricky " Hitman " Hatton profile

Date of Birth: 06/10/78
Birthplace: Manchester, Britain
Height: 5’7 (1.70m)
Reach: 66’ (1.67m)
Record (win-loss-draw: 45-1-0
Knockouts: 32
Trainer: Floyd Mayweather Sr
Title: IBO world junior welterweight champion

Manny " Pacman " Pacquiao profile

Birthdate: December 17, 1978
Birthplace: Gen. Santos, Philippines
Height: 5’6 ½ (1.69m)
Reach: 67” (1.70m)
Record (win-loss-draw: 48-3-2
Knockouts: 36
Trainer: Freddie Roach
Title: Four division world champion

It's so amazing that he is the sole person in this period of time to our nation standstill of hir every fight. While he fight at the boxing ring, no crimes reported, highways has no traffic, soldiers and rebels seized fire to watch, as though the whole Phillipine country united as one with one objective in mind to rejoice for Manny Pacquiao winning victory.

At the ring Manny Pacquiao always humble himself to dedicate his boxing fight for people's enjoyment and happiness. He points out that his victory is Philippine's victory as well.

Once more, the world admires a legendary boxing icon Manny Pacquiao. Truly a Filipino pride.

Upcoming Movies 2012

May 4
- The Avengers

December TBA
- The Hobbit Sequel
- King of the Elves (Disney Digital 3-D)

TBA 2012

- Chimpanzee
- Pirates of the Caribbean 4

Upcoming Movies 2011

March 18
- Rango

March 25
- Sucker Punch!

April 8
- Rio

May 6
- Spider-Man 4

May 20
- Thor

June 3
- Kung Fu Panda 2

June 17
- Green Lantern

June 24
- Cars 2 (Disney Digital 3-D)

July 15
- Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part II

July 22
- The First Avenger: Captain America

September 30
- Hotel Transylvania

November 18
- Happy Feet 2 in 3D

December TBA
- The Bear and the Bow (Disney Digital 3-D)
- The Hobbit

Summer 2011

- Men in Black 3
- Untitled Bourne Sequel

TBA 2011

- The Adventures of Tintin: Secret of the Unicorn
- Big Cats
- Dinner With Schmucks
- Frankenweenie
- Naked Beauty: A Love Story that Feeds the Earth
- Ripley's Believe It or Not!
- Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
- Terminator 5
- Tusker
- Untitled Star Trek Sequel

Upcoming Movies 2010

January 8
- Bone Deep
- Daybreakers
- The Last Song

January 15
- The Book of Eli
- Cirque du Freak
- Hoodwinked 2: Hood vs. Evil

January 22
- Legion
- Tooth Fairy

January 29
- Edge of Darkness

January TBA
- The Back-Up Plan

February 5
- The Cabin in the Woods
- Dear John

February 6
- Untitled Bob Marley Documentary

February 12
- Beauty and the Beast (Disney Digital 3D)
- Going the Distance
- I Love You Phillip Morris
- Percy Jackson and the Lightning Thief
- Remember Me

February 19
- From Paris With Love
- Mardi Gras

February 26
- A Couple of Dicks
- The Crazies
- Hot Tub Time Machine

March 5
- Alice in Wonderland (conventional theaters and IMAX 3D)

March 12
- Grown Ups

March 19
- Piranha 3D
- Ramona and Beezus

March 26
- Clash of the Titans
- How to Train Your Dragon (conventional theaters and IMAX)
- Law Abiding Citizen

April 2
- Diary of a Wimpky Kid
- Furry Vengeance
- Mary, Mother of Christ
- Tyler Perry's Why Did I Get Married Too

April 9
- Date Night

April 16
- A Nightmare on Elm Street
- Nerveracker

April 22
- Oceans

April 23
- Death at a Funeral (Screen Gems)
- The Expendables

May 7
- Iron Man 2

May 14
- Letters to Juliet
- Robin Hood

May 21
- Shrek Goes Fourth (conventional theaters and IMAX)

May 28
- Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time
- Sex and the City 2

June 4
- Five Killers
- Gulliver's Travels

June 11
- The A-Team
- The Karate Kid

June 18
- Footloose
- Toy Story 3 (Disney Digital 3-D)

June 25
- The Green Hornet

June 30
- The Twilight Saga: Eclipse

July 2
- The Last Airbender

July 7
- Robert Rodriguez's Predators

July 9
- Despicable Me

July 16
- Inception
- The Sorcerer's Apprentice

July 23
- Salt
- The Zookeeper

July 30
- Cats & Dogs: The Revenge of Kitty Galore
- Morning Glory

July TBA
- Hairspray 2

August 6
- The B Team
- Jonah Hex
- Step Up 3D

August 13
- Priest
- Straw Dogs

September 24
- Guardians of Ga'Hoole
- Red Dawn

October 1
- Alpha and Omega

October 22
- The Factory

November 5
- A Very Harold & Kumar Christmas
- MasterMind

November 19
- Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part I

December 10
- The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader

December 17
- The Smurfs

December TBA
- Rapunzel (Disney Digital 3-D)

Summer 2010

- Beverly Hills Cop 4
- The Wonderful Wizard of Oz
- XXX: The Return of Xander Cage

Winter 2010

- Twelve

TBA 2010

- Clock Tower
- Conan
- Detective Dee and the Mystery of the Phantom Flame
- The Hero of Color City
- I Hop
- Let Me In
- The Life and Adventures of Santa Claus
- The Lost Patrol
- Mother's Day
- Orangutans: One Minute to Midnight
- Rashomon 2010
- RoboCop
- The Stranger
- The Three Stooges
- Tron
- Unthinkable
- Valentine's Day

Upcoming Movies 2009

May 1
- A Wink and a Smile (NY; LA release: June 12)
- Battle for Terra
- Ghosts of Girlfriends Past
- Home (NY)
- The Limits of Control (limited)
- The Merry Gentleman (limited)
- Naked Ambition, An R-Rated Look At An X-Rated Industry (limited)
- Revanche (NY)
- The Skeptic (limited)
- Three Monkeys (NY)
- X-Men Origins: Wolverine

May 6
- Life in Flight (limited)

May 7
- Star Trek (7pm/conventional theaters and IMAX)

May 8
- Adoration (NY, LA)
- Brothers at War (NY; LA release: May 15)
- Julia (NY, LA)
- Little Ashes (NY, LA)
- Love 'N Dancing (limited)
- Next Day Air
- Outrage (limited)
- Powder Blue (NY)
- Rudo y Cursi (NY, LA)

May 15
- 99 (limited)
- Angels & Demons
- Big Man Japan (limited)
- The Big Shot-Caller (NY)
- The Brothers Bloom (limited; wide: May 29)
- Jerichow (NY, LA)
- Management (limited)
- Not Forgotten (LA)
- O'Horten (limited)
- Summer Hours (limited)

May 21
- Terminator Salvation

May 22
- The Boys: The Sherman Brothers' Story (NY, LA, SF, Palm Springs)
- Dance Flick
- Easy Virtue (limited)
- The Girlfriend Experience (NY, LA)
- Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian (conventional theaters and IMAX)

May 29
- Departures (limited)
- Drag Me to Hell
- The Lonely Maiden (limited)
- Offshore (limited)
- Pontypool (limited; on-demand May 27)
- Up (Disney Digital 3-D)
- What Goes Up (limited)

- Unmistaken Child (NY)

June 5
- 24 City (NY)
- Away We Go (NY, LA)
- Downloading Nancy (limited)
- The Hangover
- Land of the Lost
- My Life in Ruins
- Seraphine (limited)
- Tennessee (limited)

June 11
- Tetro

June 12
- Call of the Wild 3D (limited)
- Food, Inc. (limited)
- Imagine That
- Moon (NY, LA)
- Sex Positive (limited)
- The Taking of Pelham 1 2 3

June 16
- Yoo-Hoo, Mrs. Goldberg (limited)

June 19
- $9.99 (limited)
- Dead Snow (limited)
- The Proposal
- Whatever Works (NY, LA)
- Year One

June 24
- Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen (conventional theaters and IMAX)

June 26
- Cheri (limited)
- The Hurt Locker (NY, LA)
- Life is Hot in Cracktown (limited)
- My Sister's Keeper
- The Stoning of Soraya M. (limited)
- Surveillance (limited)

July 1
- Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs
- Public Enemies

July 3
- The Girl From Monaco (limited)
- I Hate Valentine's Day (limited)

July 10
- Bruno
- Humpday (limited)
- I Love You, Beth Cooper
- Soul Power (NY, LA)

July 15
- Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince (conventional theaters and IMAX)

July 17
- (500) Days of Summer

July 24
- All Good Things
- The Answer Man (limited)
- G-Force
- In the Loop (limited)
- Orphan
- The Ugly Truth

July 29
- Adam (limited)

July 31
- Aliens in the Attic
- The Cove (limited)
- Funny People
- Lorna's Silence (NY, LA)

July TBA
- Shake Hands with the Devil

August 7
- G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra
- Julie & Julia
- Paper Heart (NY, LA; expands: Aug. 14)
- Shorts
- When in Rome

August 14
- A Perfect Getaway
- Bandslam
- District 9
- The Goods: The Don Ready Story
- I Sell the Dead (limited)
- Ponyo
- Pool Boys (limited)
- Spread (limited)
- Taking Woodstock
- The Time Traveler's Wife

August 21
- Five Minutes of Heaven
- Goose on the Loose! (limited)
- Inglourious Basterds
- It Might Get Loud (NY, LA)
- Post Grad
- World's Greatest Dad (limited)

August 28
- The Boat That Rocked
- Final Destination: Death Trip
- Halloween 2 (H2)

August TBA
- Mesrine: A Film in Two Parts (limited)

September 4
- All About Steve
- Amreeka (limited)
- Black Dynamite
- Carriers
- Extract (limited; expands: Sept. 11)
- Gamer
- Pandorum
- Shanghai

September 9
- 9

September 11
- Beyond a Reasonable Doubt (limited)
- The Red Canvas (limited)
- Tyler Perry's I Can Do Bad All By Myself
- Whiteout

September 17
- The Burning Plain (limited)

September 18
- Armored
- Brand New Day
- Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs
- Jennifer's Body
- Splice (limited)

September 25
- Fame
- The Invention of Lying
- Surrogates

September TBA
- The Blue Tooth Virgin (limited)

October 2
- A Serious Man (limited)
- More Than a Game (limited; expands: Oct. 9)
- Sorority Row
- Toy Story/Toy Story 2 (Disney Digital 3D)

October 9
- Couples Retreat
- The Informant
- Night of the Demons (limited)
- Whip It
- Zombieland

October 16
- The Road
- The Stepfather
- Where the Wild Things Are

October 23
- Amelia
- Astro Boy
- Saw VI

October 30
- The Box
- Youth in Revolt (limited)

October TBA
- An Education (limited)
- Bronson (limited)
- Eichmann (Limited)
- The Ministers
- Ong Bak 2 (limited)

November 6
- Disney's A Christmas Carol (conventional theaters and IMAX)
- Precious: Based on the Novel "Push" by Sapphire (limited; expands: Nov. 13; expands: Nov. 20)
- The Wolfman

November 13
- 2012
- The Fantastic Mr. Fox

November 20
- The Blind Side
- Everybody's Fine (limited)
- Planet 51
- The Twilight Saga: New Moon

November 25
- Nine
- Ninja Assassin
- Old Dogs
- The Princess and the Frog (NY, LA; wide: Dec. 11)

November 27
- Brooklyn's Finest (limited)

November TBA
- Broken Embraces (limited)

December 4
- Brothers

December 11
- The Lovely Bones

December 18
- Avatar (conventional 3D theaters and IMAX 3D)
- Did You Hear About the Morgans?

December 25
- Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Squeakuel
- Sherlock Holmes (Warner Bros. Pictures)

December TBA
- The Human Factor
- Nutcracker: The Untold Story

Spring of 2009

- Kabei: Our Mother
- Let It Rain
- Lion's Den
- New York, I Love You (limited)

Summer of 2009

- Eden Log (limited)
- Give 'em Hell, Malone
- The Open Road

Fall of 2009

- Ball Don't Lie (limited)
- Defamation (limited)
- The Dry Land

TBA 2009

- 25/8
- The Accidental Husband
- After.Life
- Against the Current
- Akira
- Arlen Faber
- Big Fan
- Brief Interviews with Hideous Men
- Buttermilk Sky
- Chemical Wedding
- Clive Barker Presents: Hellraiser
- Cold Souls (NY, LA)
- Creation
- Damage
- Endgame
- The Fighter
- Franklyn
- Free Style
- Gatchaman
- The Good, the Bad, the Weird
- The Greatest
- Green Zone
- Hurricane Season
- The Janky Promoters
- John Carpenter's Riot
- John Rabe
- Killing on Carnival Row
- The Killing Room
- Last Battle Dreamer
- Mama, I Want to Sing (limited)
- Middle of Nowhere
- The Midnight Man
- The Missing Person
- Mr. Nobody
- Night of the Living Dorks
- Not Quite Hollywood: The Wild, Untold Story of Ozploitation!
- Official Rejection
- The Other Man
- The Poughkeepsie Tapes
- Quantum Quest
- Red Cliff
- Red Sonja
- She's Out of My League
- Shutter Island
- Spy Hunter
- Thirst
- Thundercats
- Triangle
- Turkey in the Straw
- Untitled George A. Romero Zombie Film
- Up in the Air
- Warcraft
- We Live in Public
- Weather Girl
- When You're Strange
- You and I
- Young Americans
- The Young Victoria

Say I LOVE YOU to your love ones before it's too late

Just last night (April 1,2009) we came from our neighbor's funeral. It was a sudden death. Ate Chit is like an Auntie to me and my sister. She was fond of us when we're little. Our families we're one of the first occupants in the neighborhood so we've been neighbors for ages.

She unexpectedly passed away that even at the last moment she spared her family to be of a bother which her family yearn for a chance that they could have at least tend her to show how much they care.

I spoke to one of the family member and she confessed that she's very regretfull. She's sorry for the chance of hugging her, thanking for the unconditional love to her nieces and nephew and telling " Ate Chit I LOVE YOU."

The irony of life.... Trap in the so called vicious cycle- if I could have said this and done that while I still have the chance. We are all guilty of this. Guilty of the lost time we could have utter and shown our love.

When we still have the free and myriad opportunity we never mind it. Once it slip away as if we would like to trade everything we own just to spin the hand of time backwards thus spend the most of it.

When our loved ones are just breath away we seem not to care. We take everything for granted. Allowing each day passes just like that. Thinking the people whom we love are merely around the corner and they are always there the moment we need them. No need to say thank you and I love you. No hugs and kisses because we are too lax assuming we have all the time of this world. We are too proud assuming each tick of the clock is within our control.

We are consumed by trivialities of everyday life that's why we mislook our families, friends and those people close to us which exactly within our reach.

TIME is our precious and most valuable wealth, yet the fact is we constantly take it for granted. Every moment we took for granted is what chance of a lifetime we wasted. Though how much you're sorry of the lost time and how much bucket of tears you cry. Sorry too because you can't change things already and pull the time that had passed.

The tick of the clock won't wait us it will go on and on forever. Time could be your ally or enemy it's up to you how you spend the most of it.

How we make use of our time will either make us rich to enjoy with our family.

Or make us poor whick keep us work and work until you're family is much of a stranger to you.

So, that night I hug my mother. I realize to show my love and gratitude before it's too late. " I LOVE YOU, Mama!

April 29, 2009

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Ryan Agoncillo and Judy Ann Santos finally say " I do."

" Eto na talaga inuman. Punta ka ng nakaputi." These are the words written in front of wedding invitation of Ryan Agoncillo and Judy Ann Santos. Cool! Isn't it?

The long time sweethearts Ryan Agoncillo and Judy Ann Santos who keep the people agog of their wedding day after their romantic engagement announcement, finally tied the knot. On tuesday morning April 28, 2009 officiated by Father Tito Calauag at San Juan Nepomuceno church in Laiya San Juan, Batangas, where Ryan Agoncillo's parents also got married then. The wedding was a small private ceremony witnessed only by relatives and close friends both in showbiz and non-showbiz. Their weeding date was keeped in secret which taken the public viewers by surprise followed by a closed guarded reception from public and media at a private resort in Batangas.

Though I'm not a Judy Ann Santos avid fan in particular, yet to tell you the truth I am thrilled with Ryan Agoncillo and Judy Ann Santos love team in real life. You can look closely how resplendent Judy Ann Santos is having found a happy lovelife with Ryan Agoncillo.

Nevertheless, my sincerest Best Wishes!

April 27, 2009

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Chip Tsao calling Phillipines as nation of servant

Last March an article of a certain Chinese columnist in Hongkong named Chip Tsao was published that upon reading it, being a Filipino would most likely stir any Filipino's pride. Obviously, Filipinoes were deeply offended thus clamor of disgust has been heard and opinions had been raised. Below is the complete article of Chip Tsao.

Title: The War At Home
Dated: March 27th, 2009

The Russians sank a Hong Kong freighter last month, killing the seven Chinese seamen on board. We can live with that—Lenin and Stalin were once the ideological mentors of all Chinese people. The Japanese planted a flag on Diàoyú Island. That’s no big problem—we Hong Kong Chinese love Japanese cartoons, Hello Kitty, and shopping in Shinjuku, let alone our round-the-clock obsession with karaoke.

But hold on—even the Filipinos? Manila has just claimed sovereignty over the scattered rocks in the South China Sea called the Spratly Islands, complete with a blatant threat from its congress to send gunboats to the South China Sea to defend the islands from China if necessary. This is beyond reproach. The reason: there are more than 130,000 Filipina maids working as $3,580-a-month cheap labor in Hong Kong. As a nation of servants, you don’t flex your muscles at your master, from whom you earn most of your bread and butter.

As a patriotic Chinese man, the news has made my blood boil. I summoned Louisa, my domestic assistant who holds a degree in international politics from the University of Manila, hung a map on the wall, and gave her a harsh lecture. I sternly warned her that if she wants her wages increased next year, she had better tell every one of her compatriots in Statue Square on Sunday that the entirety of the Spratly Islands belongs to China.

Grimly, I told her that if war breaks out between the Philippines and China, I would have to end her employment and send her straight home, because I would not risk the crime of treason for sponsoring an enemy of the state by paying her to wash my toilet and clean my windows 16 hours a day. With that money, she would pay taxes to her government, and they would fund a navy to invade our motherland and deeply hurt my feelings.

Oh yes. The government of the Philippines would certainly be wrong if they think we Chinese are prepared to swallow their insult and sit back and lose a Falkland Islands War in the Far East. They may have Barack Obama and the hawkish American military behind them, but we have a hostage in each of our homes in the Mid-Levels or higher. Some of my friends told me they have already declared a state of emergency at home. Their maids have been made to shout “China, Madam/Sir” loudly whenever they hear the word “Spratly.” They say the indoctrination is working as wonderfully as when we used to shout, “Long live Chairman Mao!” at the sight of a portrait of our Great Leader during the Cultural Revolution. I’m not sure if that’s going a bit too far, at least for the time being.

Though it's a little bit late for a comment as regards to Chip Tsao's article calling my country, Philippines, as a nation of servant, still I'd like to pursue my notion. I myself uphold that everyone is entitled for his own opinion, but giving an opinion in which sort of to belittle one's country as a nation is another story. We, part of the human race, regardless if your from south, north, east or west of this huge orb, are belong to one living nation, for even history proves we are interrelated and interacted with each other merely separated by culture. So, no one with a sound mind has an iota of right to look down on one's country. A group of country could be a first world, second or third in the category of economic affluence, but as a nation, as a country and as a people no country is superior or inferior than the other.

Come to think of it on a positive note, it appears to me whose Chip Tsao's article may serve as an awakening cue to each and every Filipino out there. We are a great nation. Our great men of antiquity fought of how great nation we are. Yet, as times passing by we tend to shrug it off, we aren't striving as a nation, as one citizen of our country. We lauded Manny Pacquiao, Charice Pempengco, and Arnel Pineda, as if we're contented for single person to carry the flag. There is also war at our own home and that war is making us apart, the sad truth is fellow Filipinoes fought for each other for no noble cause.

One more thing, from his article I'd like to quote his words "Philippines as a nation of servant." Being a servant as a job to a foreign land is a noble one which nothing to be ashamed of, because their family left behind is provided out of their sacrifices without stepping on to other people's right or dignity.