Oscar Contender Series: The Revenant [PREDICTIONS & REVIEW]

Oscar Contender Series: The Revenant [PREDICTIONS & REVIEW]

Before the West was won, it was a frontier wilderness where nature’s rule of red tooth and claw reigned. Frontiersmen went out as trappers to get pelts from these vasts forests. Hugh Glass (Dicaprio) is an experienced tracker and is working for one company who has been out in the forest for months until they are attacked by the indigenous people. The survivors, led by Captain Andrew Henry (Domhnall Gleeson) have to find a way back to their fort, and when disaster strikes, Glass is left for dead in a shallow grave. Glass miraculously survives and makes his way through dangerous terrain, predatory wildlife, unfriendly French, and angry natives, driven by a lust for revenge against the man responsible for his woes.

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Oscar Contender Series: The Revenant [PREDICTIONS & REVIEW]

Before the West was won, it was a frontier wilderness where nature’s rule of red tooth and claw reigned. Frontiersmen went out as trappers to get pelts from these vasts forests. Hugh Glass (Dicaprio) is an experienced tracker and is working for one company who has been out in the forest for months until they are attacked by the indigenous people. The survivors, led by Captain Andrew Henry (Domhnall Gleeson) have to find a way back to their fort, and when disaster strikes, Glass is left for dead in a shallow grave. Glass miraculously survives and makes his way through dangerous terrain, predatory wildlife, unfriendly French, and angry natives, driven by a lust for revenge against the man responsible for his woes.

9 Romantic To Do’s in Parkmall for February

We wanted to release this PSA as soon as possible. Take it from me. You don’t want to haphazardly plan your Valentine’s day. Everything counts. Plenty of preparation is needed building up towards the big day; the gift, the date, the mood, the story, the look and countless other small things that add up to a big important moment.

What I Did On My 72 Hour Break in South Korea

On my birthday last year, I felt the need to get away from Cebu even for just a few days. Don’t get me wrong – nothing beats fun conversations over dinner with family and friends but everyone needs a breather sometimes. I decided to go to South Korea because aside from the getting-away-part, I already knew friends there plus it’s autumn!

Strap 2016 Quarter One Collection

Our friends over at Strap shared the 2016 Quarter One Collection over the weekend. It’s a big release with a bevy of bonets, shirts and shorts to choose from. Their signature style is all over this set. Minimal design with lots of attitude.

Zerothreetwo Land in January

As the first month of 2016 comes to an end, let’s take a lookback at what happened in Zerothreetwo land. New Year’s Resolutions Just like last year, we started 2016 with a few promises to you, our readers. Newsletter subscribers get unique content. We’ve called this...

My 2015 in Photos

I’m not a fan of horoscopes. When my wife started reading our horoscopes for 2016, I told her to check what it said for 2015. To my surprise it turns out, my 2015 zodiac prediction was the most generic most accurate description of my year. “For the Rat Chinese zodiac...

Glitchgrafiks January – March 2016 Release

Finally, the first lookbook of 2016.
Glitchgrafiks is doubling down with a slew of wonderful designs from their studio. They started the collection with an homage to the Cebu Sinulog celebration, then straight to their brand roots in depicting famous artists on their shirts. Along the way, they managed a collaboration and a little pop culture reference to one of the biggest movies of 2015

Why Capitalism Sucks [The Big Short Movie Review]

I fully stepped into the world of capitalism this year with my new job. As a previous worker for the church and NGOs, I have found it a surprisingly easy transition. A cushy chair in an office is a lot easier a place to work than a school in the Amazon basin that takes 14 hours to get to by bus on dirt roads. And I like numbers; I am having fun with interest rates, IRRs and ROIs. I like the people I work with, who are all accommodating, and even the banks around me have never been anything other than friendly. However, when I saw The Big Short in Ayala last Wednesday, I was very unsettled. Up came the facts and figures that have made me distrustful of capitalism for a very long time, and I have not been able to shake it off.

What’s New at Parkmall?

Every December to January in Cebu always feels like one big blur. There’s the Christmas celebration shortly followed by the Sinulog festivities. Now that the holidays are officially over, Parkmall is ready to welcome 2016 with a few announcements.

Something to Think About When Voting, Kawatan Ka!

All the tell-tale signs of an election are coming up. People are writing thought provoking essays about their bets on blogs. Smear campaigns for almost every popular presidential candidate runs amok. Facebook posts of your friends pushing specific candidates litter your feed. And a song likely inspired by the political madness that is the Philippine Elections popped out.

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