Frodo knows our pain.
Madonna + Ukrainian Gymnasts = Art Levels Up.
This was perfection, and I could watch it over and over again, endlessly wondering, “How the hell did they do that?” and simply just… applauding.
Video credits: BBC Sports
Even a captain and his ship deserves some fun. Especially if it’s a ship full of hot men.
P.S. Anton Yelchin, the *feels* for you.
… for Arthur Nory Mariano.
Hindi porke’t naisipan kong lapitan ka at subukang mahuli ang loob mo ay papahirapan mo na ako. Wala kang karapatang magwala tapos aakitin mo uli ako. Hindi ka naman kaaya-aya. Mukha kang dagang kanal.
Apparently, Michael Bay wants to destroy our eardrums once again… one last time.
Oh, who am I kidding? Despite giving the third movie a 6 out of 10, I still watched 2014’s Dinobot-infused installment. And I know that, because of my love for the Transformers, I will watch this in 2017.
Almost four years ago, I met this awesome icon of Philippine Cinema during a screening of Six Degrees of Separation from Lilia Cuntapay in SM Megamall.
I’m a fan and won’t be ashamed to say it.
No, hordes of people were not flocking to see her – aside from me, only a few cinemagoers here and there approached the elderly woman who gamely posed with us.
No, the screening was just a normal screening. It wasn’t one of fanfare nor was it a premiere of any sort. She was there on her own, it seemed, likely interested to see the turn-out (the cinema ended up about 20% full).
He was just one of the many victims of Martial Law, that atrocity that fools deign to underplay or – even worse – deny.
And yes, there were many victims. Tens of thousdands, in fact: tens of thousands of Filipinos tortured, raped, killed, or who simply vanished without a trace.
I kind of feel dirty for lusting after this gorgeous Spanish actor while I watched him play a saint in Ignacio De Loyola just last week.
But seriously: just look at him.
And it doesn’t help that Andreas Muñoz spent a good part of the film shirtless.
Screencaps of which I have not seen on the internet.
Ah, well, thankfully, I’m not Catholic.