I finally have new custom presentation folders to set up – those of Harry Shum Jr
That’s what Harry Shum Jr has been quoted in interviews about Glee Season 2 – Mike Chang finally gets some lovin – more air time, more lines and even more songs to sing .
And friend can absolutely tell why he has caught my eye I just hope my better half dances like him!
I have already seen five episodes of Glee’s Season 2 and Episode 3 still remains to be my most favorite yet (except for Episode 1, which was epic, for my anyways, great choice of songs + characters + story twists/introduction)
“The whole point of having something sacred is that it takes precedent over anything else you have going on.” — Burt Hummel
The story focused on Kurt’s relationship with his Dad and I was crying all through out the movie!
Especially when I saw this clip:
Now I would not throw a tantrum the next time my parents whisk me off for a boring weekend in one of those Outer Banks homes with no internet and TV!
• Between Kurt and his father (who’s in a coma in the hospital following a heart attack):
Kurt: “I don’t believe in God, Dad. But I believe in you. And I believe in us. You and me — that’s what’s sacred to me.”
An American girl on vacation in Italy finds an unanswered “letter to Juliet” — one of thousands of missives left at the fictional lover’s Verona courtyard, which are typically answered by a the “secretaries of Juliet” — and she goes on a quest to find the lovers referenced in the letter.
You know how much a fan I am of chick flicks – and this one is perfect for me! (Even my son loved it – so you can assume it’s not an all girl’s chick flick – he hated the other ones I loved). Amanda Seyfried is a beauty and her style is so classy but wearable. She surely doesnt need any acne face cream (and I absolutely love her hair on the wedding scene!).
Of course, I cried like a baby when Vanessa Redgrave said these lines:
What and If are two words as non-threatening as words can be. But put them together side-by-side and they have the power to haunt you for the rest of your life: What if? What if? What if? I don’t know how your story ended but if what you felt then was true love, then it’s never too late. If it was true then, why wouldn’t it be true now? You need only the courage to follow your heart. I don’t know what a love like Juliet’s feels like – love to leave loved ones for, love to cross oceans for but I’d like to believe if I ever were to feel it, that I will have the courage to seize it.
And, Claire, if you didn’t, I hope one day that you will.
All my love, Juliet
The soundtrack was a winner too (Looking for download links as I type this!)
Here are some of the Letters to Juliet Soundtrack – List of Songs for Letters to Juliet:
-You Got Me” – Performed by Colbie Caillat
-Chianti Country” – Composed by Reg Tilsley
- “Verona” -Written and Performed by Andy Georges
-”Un Giorno Così”- Written by Massimo Pezzali, Performed by 883
Courtesy of Warner Music Italy SpA
- “Per Avere Te” -Written by Romano Rizzati and Sergio Tocci. Performed by Franco Morselli
- “Quando, Quando, Quando” – Written by Tony Renis and Alberto Testa -Produced by John Houlihan and Eric Pressly
-”Variations On A Theme By Mozart (Magic Flute) Op. 9″
Composed by Fernando Sor, Arranged by Jim Long
Written by Ferdinando Arnò and Luigi de Crescenzo
Performed by Malika Ayane and Pacifico
- “Per Dimenticare”
Written by Matteo Maffucci, Thomas De Gasperi, Enrico Ciarallo, and Danilo Paoni
Performed by Zero Assoluto
-”Sono Bugiarda (I’m A Believer)” – Written by Neil Diamond
Performed by Caterina Caselli
-”Guarda Che Luna” – Written by Gualtiero Malgoni
Performed by Fred Buscaglione
-”Love Story” – Written and Performed by Taylor Swift
- “What If”
LOOOOOOOVED this movie
Written by Colbie Caillat, Rick Nowels and Jason Reeves
Performed by Colbie Caillat
Source: World Buzz Now! http://www.worldbuzznow.com/letters-to-juliet-soundtrack-list-of-songs-for-letters-to-juliet/9255#ixzz13b1ZmBs9
Plot: Thirty years after their high school graduation, five good friends reunite for a Fourth of July holiday weekend. Thirty years after their high school graduation, five good friends reunite for a Fourth of July holiday weekend.
While I absolutely love Adam Sandler movies, I have a feeling he might be losing his touch lately. Or maybe because I keep seeing the same people with the same antics in different characters every movie? His style of having some sort of heart or teaching kids values in a movie is still there, but it gets lost with all the been-there-done-that comedy of his co-stars. What happened to the Wedding Singer, 50 First Dates and Big Daddy era?
I know. I think this might be my first Adam Sandler movie negative review. But I need to tell what I thought of it, similar to the reviews on www.nutrisystemreviews.net!
Who would ever forget Ralph Macchio’s three peat blockbuster? This is one of the movies I particularly have great childhood memories with, and back then I didn’t really care if I see it in Saturday blockbuster movies every month.
Who would ever forget Mr. MiyagI?
And of course, Daniel-san! I remember his very real performance with those lanterns and speed safe knives.
So I had very high expectations with this:
12-year-old Dre Parker (Jaden Smith) and his mother, Sherry (Taraji P. Henson), arrive in Beijing from West Detroit to start a new life. Dre develops a crush on a young violinist, Mei Ying (Wen Wen Han), who reciprocates his attention, but Cheng (Zhenwei Wang), a kung fu prodigy whose family is close to Mei Ying’s, attempts to keep them apart by beating Dre, and later harassing and humiliating him in and around school. During a particularly brutal beating by Cheng and his friends, the enigmatic maintenance man of Dre’s building, Mr. Han (Jackie Chan), comes to Dre’s aid, revealing himself as a kung fu master who adeptly dispatches Dre’s tormentors.
It delivered!! Jackie Chan, while very good, cannot compare to the effectiveness of Mr. Miyagi in character though. He is classic there.
I love shopping in the kitchenware department of stores. I expect to buy more kitchen stuff in the next few weeks because I will be buying some to give as gifts this Christmas. So I researched some tips on buying cooking utensils and sharing them below.
* Start with the essentials. If you do not have the budget for all the kitchen utensils you want to buy, start with the essentials like some wooden spoons, a rubber spatula, a vegetable peeler, some kitchen knives, and a pair of thongs
* Buy in sets. It would save you more money if you buy the utensils in sets rather than buying them individually. Aside from saving a little money from buying in sets, you also get utensils that match, something that many homemakers prefer. The only drawback though, is that some of the utensils might not be useful for the type of cooking that you usually do so you end up buying those as well.
* Choose quality. Always buy the highest quality of utensils that you can afford. The higher the quality, the sturdier they are and the longer you will be able to use them.
* Go for one-pieces. Some utensils come in several pieces that are put together. If there is a one-piece alternative then go for it. Those that come in several pieces may come undone after some time. If there is no one-piece alternative then make sure to check that the attachments are sturdy enough.
For those that have gone through hip replacement surgery, it has come as a shock that some of the biggest names in the implant business have been included in a recent hip replacement recall. This recall has included more than 90,000 devices; leaving many to wonder if they have wound up with one of the faulty implants.
The manufacturers involved in the current recall are DePuy Orthopaedics, Zimmer, and Stryker. DePuy, Johnson and Johnson’s orthopedic subsidiary, announced at the end of August that they were recalling the ASR XL Acetabular System and that they would be assisting health care providers as well as patients who have the implant by supplying needed information, picking up the costs for visits to their doctors, any necessary tests, and the coverage of associated surgeries. If you are one of the consumers affected by this recall, get a hip recall lawyer.
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