August 2004

Set during the American Civil war between the north and south, this tale of love and loss is very inspiring. Nicole Kidman and Renee Zellweger,who won the oscar for supporting actress,give their best performances. Jude Law also stars as Kidman’s lover who is sent to war and fights to return to his love.

Continue reading Cold Mountain

Read more

Fahrenheit was great. It was absolutely the right kind of movie to be made. I hope everybody sees it because it sure is a wake-up call for everyone. I definitely agree with Michael Moore, I think he is right down to the bone. The whole war in Iraq, just as I thought, was a big mistake, and Presiden Bush’s praise for Iraq’s “freedom” for Iraqis was a big lie. I knew that from the start. I knew nothing had changed for them except a new hatred towards America. It was a really sad movie, but our lives are sad.

Continue reading Fahrenheit 9/11

Read more

The streets of Manhattan are one of the most beautiful amongst many. I love walking in Manhattan because of its beauty and color. It’s just a city full of diversity from many nations and cultures. It’s sort of magical when you see how alive the city is. If you are a foreigner like me, you almost never realize you’re different because everyone else is different. And you never get bored because there are so many things to see, to listen to, and to capture. You can do this everyday and you won’t get tired. There’s a power within the city that, like a magnet, keeps you in.

Continue reading A Colorful Manhattan

Read more