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‘The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies’ Review

‘The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies’ Review

What can be more festive than another Tolkein/Jackson film? I remember when I first saw The Fellowship of the Ring on a cold winters night in East London; the first night of its global release, I knew I was one of the first people in the world to watch it. I had never read The Lord of the Rings, but I had read The Hobbit, which was a jolly adventure romp of a book. Three hours later, sufficiently blown away, in those pre-Facebook days, I sent expensive text messages back to Cebu, text shouting “U MST WACH DIS MVIE!” This was a cinematic event, and it is only this year that magnificent magic finally ends.

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‘The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies’ Review

What can be more festive than another Tolkein/Jackson film? I remember when I first saw The Fellowship of the Ring on a cold winters night in East London; the first night of its global release, I knew I was one of the first people in the world to watch it. I had never read The Lord of the Rings, but I had read The Hobbit, which was a jolly adventure romp of a book. Three hours later, sufficiently blown away, in those pre-Facebook days, I sent expensive text messages back to Cebu, text shouting “U MST WACH DIS MVIE!” This was a cinematic event, and it is only this year that magnificent magic finally ends.

My Top 10 Movies of 2014

As a film fan in the Philippines, severe limitation is the major experience; no foreign language films, few indie films, a lot of really terrible straight-to-video horror movies that for some weird reason are shown in our multiplexes.

RECAP of the Mercado: Food Edition at the Outlets

We are extremely proud to say the Mercado: Food Edition at the Outlets was a success. Many people visited the three day bazaar and, more importantly, many were eating. It was a personal delight to see people happily chomping their food.

Quick survey and contest… it’s about food.

Food. Isn’t it funny that word alone evokes so many images? Everything from a big ass burger steak to a tiny dip for your bread. We’ve been blessed with so many restaurant choices in Cebu. You can even call it a curse when the dreaded, “Where do you...

Mercado: Food Edition at the Outlets

It’s that time of the year again!

After the success of the Mercado Bazaar in 2013, we’re bringing it back.

The Mercado: Food Edition at the Outlets is a food bazaar that can only be described as YUMMY!

Quality Coffee Finds a New Home in Cebu

A way has been made from the mountain wilderness of Benguet all the way to one of the trendiest watering holes in Cebu. This “Kalsada” (road in Filipino) though is the name of a new coffee company, whose beans will be served up at the urban cafe and shop, The Chillage at the Adnama Building, Northern Reclamation.

Short and Sweet: A Guide to Siem Reap, Cambodia

If you have to go backpacking around Southeast Asia, a trip to Siem Reap, Cambodia is a MUST-GO. The city is a: food haven, temple run paradise, watering hole, club and pub central, chillax spot, melting pot of lovely people, tourist-friendly and everything else in...

Guide to Dumaguete City

Dumaguete City.
An affordable little getaway turned out to be the best thing to do. The weather lately hasn’t been the best for going to the beach. So Dumaguete city turned out to be a good choice.

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