Saturday, July 19, 2008

Do you want to know how I got these scars?

Just as we were about to buy our tickets for the Dark Knight movie, a man in a business suit walks out yelling to everyone about how awesome the Batman movie was. And aside from his drooly excitement he has absolutely right. Rated as PG-13, the writers must have done a lot of editing just to insure no kiddies would have been too scarred. But the two hour and a half long story was full of everything from psychological social experiments, that would make the code of ethics go into epileptic seizures, to unpredictable loops and turns and an ending narrative that bundles the whole package in a nice big batty bow.

What I really liked about the movie is that you didn't necessarily have to be a hardcore fan to still be able to enjoy it. The movie appealed to the young and old alike and was impressive enough to make a couple of middle-aged women dance in their seat regardless of the feelings from their embarrassed families.

And the casting is really up on the scale--Micheal Caine, Gary Oldman, and Morgan Freeman are all terrific actors and such a treat to see on screen. And come on, the late Heath Ledger makes an awesome psychotic Joker, it really makes up for Batman having a 60 year-old smoker's voice.

Wednesday, July 16, 2008

JunP's Dollie ♥

To put it simply, I just can't wait! She's already been released in Japan but she won't be arriving here until August-September, sadly enough. Fully articulated, with eyes that open and close, separately if you'd like them to or if in case you just wanted her to wink at you-AND, just too cute to pass up. I mean really, look at those adorable geta shoes. And check out that hair!

And if you wanted her to be really special, she's just as customisable as those huge expensive dollfies or Volks or what not. I mean, sure, buying wigs and different acrylic eyes can be a bit of a hassle and painting the face can leave it horribly ugly, and yes sometimes if you DO customise them, things can go badly and *poof* your doll could be scarred for life but hey it's better to have at least tried, right? Besides, what makes her different also makes her least that's the moral of the story for today, children.

Oh...but I can't resist putting up more pictures from them:

♥ Bright Cherry, Oktoberfest partying kinda girl!

♥ Ah well, I like her because she reminds me of Bjork...

♥ And yes, that's right a My Melody doll...the sugar cuteness is just too much.

Tuesday, July 15, 2008

Like whoa...

The latest installment of the Final Fantasy regime (FFXIII) won't only be for the ps3! As I hear it, it'll take place on the 360 as well. It's just so strange to think about, the ps3 is so sleek sexy and yet...It's like Square Enix just cheated on their spouse of 20-something years for some horribly expense and flashy hooker. That's gotta hurt for the ps3 fans...and really, playing FF on a 360 is just plain....eww.