From watching the film's trailer, I've wanted so badly to see the movie. Aside from the fact that Hailee Steinfeld and Woody Harrelson were in it, the story line is very attractive because it tackles about ones character. Finally, I found the time to see it yesterday and I wasn't disappointed. I know it was… Continue reading Movie Review: Edge of Seventeen
I was so intrigued about this movie the moment I saw its trailer. I thought it was really interesting because it defies something that is impossible to resist. It isn't just a romantic story that tackles about conquering anything for the sake of love and happiness. There's more to the story than Adaline and Ellis accepting each other… Continue reading Movie Review: The Age of Adaline
A lot of teenagers' time are invested in watching a TV series. Whether it be a sitcom, fantasy, drama, or a musical, these series are going into our heads to the extent we want a live best friend whose personality is parallel to the fictional character we admire most. But this isn't only about the… Continue reading What has your favorite TV series taught you?
I relate to the main character Ruby. Not that I do drugs or wanted so bad to escape home at one point. I relate to her in a way that I keep myself away from people. I have friends and all but like her, I keep a certain line in between. For no exact reason… Continue reading Book challenge: Lock and Key by Sarah Dessen
I was totally curious about the book since I saw the movie trailer of The DUFF. The trailers were so fun to watch like they activated the high school spirit in me. It's always fun to see the high school drama when you're over that period because then you can see right through the picture… Continue reading Book Challenge: The DUFF by Kody Keplinger