Rain Stars in The Prince

Back on the big screen is no other than South Korean superstar, Rain whose real name is Jung Ji-hoon. This time, he’s starring alongside Bruce Willis, Jason Patric and John Cusack. The Prince is about a long standing feud between a retired assassin and the man whose wife he killed years earlier. Paul Brennan is the assassin played by Jason Patric and Omar is played by Bruce Willis. Rain takes on the role of Omar’s most loyal henchman.
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Greedy Pig Keeps your Coins for a Rainy Day

When I was growing up, I’ve always had a piggy bank to keep loose change. It was always a happy day when that piggy bank cannot take any more coins. I would excitedly hand over my savings to my mom to take to the bank. Nowadays, I still follow the same practice but I don’t have a piggy bank anymore. I’ve been keeping coins in the oddest of containers. Perhaps I would need a Greedy Pig myself. See?
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No More Frizz with the L’Oreal Professional Mythic Oil

I’ve grown to love hair serums ever since I got to try L’Oreal Paris Extraordinary Oil last year. Since then, my morning routine is not complete without it. When I got the BDJ Box from last month, one of the products that I couldn’t wait to try was this new hair serum from L’Oreal.
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Movie Review: If I Stay

What if you find yourself on the brink of death, where and with whom will you find the strength to live? Who would you live your second chance at life for? They say most people don’t realize the importance of a person in their life until they’re gone. These were the concepts that the movie, If I Stay played around with. Starring Chloe Grace Moretz and Jamie Blackley as Mia and Adam, they tantalized audiences with their love story and undeniable on-screen chemistry.
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Kinder Toys by Color

Sometimes I get the crazy urge to organize things. I want everything to have its own place and arranged by type. Such “OC” urges even has me arranging stuff by color, provided they are of similar size and shape. This is why when I saw the Kinder Pantone project by designer Aline Houdé-Diebolt, I couldn’t resist not posting it here on my blog.
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Annabelle Creeps in with Main Trailer

This coming October, Annabelle will send chills up your spine as her tale is finally revealed in this spin-off movie based from her little side story in the movie, The Conjuring. Given a scarier make-over from her original Raggedy Ann appearance, Annabelle the evil doll is said to be possessed by a malevolent spirit. The actual doll is locked up in an occult museum in Connecticut.
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Mad Max Character Banners

I’m so glad that Tom Hardy is back on the big screen. He’ll be back in the fourth film of the Mad Max franchise as Max himself. The film is directed by George Miller and will have the title of Mad Max: Fury Road. I haven’t seen the first three but since I’ve become interested in post-apocalyptic movies and novels, I think I might do proper research before Mad Max: Fury Road opens on May 14, 2015.
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Watch the Trailer for Rurouni Kenshin: The Legend Ends

As of the moment, Rurouni Kenshin: Kyoto Inferno is making headlines as the most watched film in cinemas since it’s opening last Wednesday. While fans are still on a high from seeing the follow-up to the highly successful first film, here comes the trailer for Rurouni Kenshin: The Legend Ends. Thank goodness it’s only a few days wait more for this third film, the ending of Kyoto Inferno was a cliff hanger.rurouni-kenshin-legend-ends

Focus on Luscious Locks in the August BDJ Box

Most of the products in the August BDJ Box focuses on helping us bellas get irresistible hair with leading brands like L’Oreal and Garnier. It’s timely because I’ve been needing to keep my in-between hair in check and because of the changing weather, I need help with keeping frizz at bay. Aside from hair products, there are also some beauty products thrown in that I’m excited to try.
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Kyoto Inferno Thrills Fans til next Film

During the red carpet premiere of Rurouni Kenshin: Kyoto Inferno, I experienced for myself how vast the fandom for Samurai X is and up to what extent the fans would go just to see the actors and the director when they came to visit early this month. There’s no doubt that Rurouni Kenshin has amassed a very large following from the manga, the Anime series and the live-action film. Watching the first film prompted the start of my whole Samurai X phase. I fully expected my interest to be rekindled with the second film.
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In Kyoto Inferno, retired assassin Kenshin Himura (Takeru Satoh) is approached by Mr. Okubo (Kazufumi Miyazawa) for help. Kenshin still upholds his vow never to kill again and he’s been living peacefully among his friends at the Kamiya Dojo. What Mr. Okubo wants him to do is to kill Makoto Shishio (Tatsuya Fujiwara). 
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