When The Conjuring came out 3 years ago people flooded the cinema and run around telling people how a great horror movie it was. For me it was a good movie, but not a great horror movie. The Conjuring 2 on the other hand is just another every other "horror" movie out there. Nothing really impressive because they rely too much on jump scares. The hantu itself wasn't that scary. lol

My verdict: 6.5/10

This movie was a real drag. There were some funny moments but the rest was awful. A total waste of my time. It wasn't shown in local cinema tho because it was an R-rated film lol

My verdict: 4/10

An okay kid friendly movie. Was never a fan of the first one and still not impressed with this sequel. Shredder had a major downgrade, Krang looks fucking terrible and unrealistic, Casey Jones looks like a dumb version of Oliver Queen because he clearly fucked up Arrow. The only good thing that happened in this movie was the addition of Bebop and Rocksteady.

My verdict: 5.5/10

"It can be coins or sports or politics or horses or music or faith... the saddest people I've ever met in life are the ones who don't care deeply about anything at all. Passion and satisfaction go hand in hand, and without them, any happiness is only temporary, because there's nothing to make it last." ― Nicholas Sparks

Everyone should have a hobby. It is something that we do outside of work/school and we do it in order to get a relief from the stressful day from work or school. Hobbies reflect the inner most desires of people. Some people are overwhelmingly busy to have a hobby when actually they are just wasting their time online on Facebook, Twitter or any other social media.

According to M.Farouk Radwan from 2knowmyself.com some people develop hobbies as a result of their courage to pursue their important needs. For example, some people use their hobbies to tame their fears. Some surfers or people who get involved into more dangerous sports do this in order to prove to themselves or to others that they are brave.

Some people are connected with their hobbies and their personalities. Nostalgia can be one of the reason. Certain people start collecting stuff because they are attached to the past or their childhood. For example collecting toys from your childhood days. For gamers they are addicted to video games to make them feel they are in control of the imaginary world they live in in some video games.


Boost Your Creativity 
Most hobbies require creativity. When the mind is focused on something it enjoys — intrinsically motivated is the scientific term — it’s much more likely to think creatively. It helps open our mind to a new possibilities. Through hobby it will developed creativity that will be very useful at work.

Stress Reliever 
Getting caught up in something you enjoy doing is great for relieving stress because it refocuses your mind on something that you enjoy. If you are stressed at work, or being stressed out by your parents, you might have the urge to do something negative. Instead, you can use a hobby to zone out and calm down.

The internet provides endless ways to connect with people that enjoy doing the same things that you do. Jaime L. Kurtz stated that while some hobbies are solitary endeavors, many get us out in our communities, meeting people we otherwise wouldn’t, sharing our passions, and forming new bonds. Countless studies have found that social connection is a key component of happiness and a meaningful life, and hobbies have the potential to create precious new ties.

Feeling of Achievement 
Having a hobby can help you set goals both long and short term. It feels good to achieve something, for example completing a set of toys, etc. It will also make you feel you have made a good use of your time. It’s amazing how quickly things can build up – even if you only commit a small amount of time each week to your hobby.

Build Your Confidence
Hobbies build confidence because being good at something and learning something new is very rewarding. The confidence you gain from challenging yourself in your hobby can help prepare you for learning new things at work. Being Active In Life Using your leisure time well by having a hobby means you are being active in your life and engaged. You are not letting life pass you by.


I have a lot of interests. My hobbies include writing songs, taking photos, watching movies/TV Series, blogging, cooking and collecting toys. But the hobby that gives me the greatest and purest amount of pleasure is taking photos of my toys!

Below are some of the photos taken and edited by me! :)

Having a hobby gives you a sense of purpose. It ensures you have something to live for, look forward to and get excited by. You should start a hobby today! Maybe start with something that you’ve always wanted to do or something you used to love that you’ve stopped doing. Trust me it is a worthwhile investment in yourself.

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There is a lot going on in this movie, so many subplots and some questions are left unanswered. I am not quite satisfied with Apocalypse. Not because of Oscar Isaac's performance but more towards his appearance. Not saying it was a bad movie. It was an OK movie, but the two previous prequels did better than this.

Kudos to all the new comers which did a really great job portraying their characters. Can't wait to see more of them in the next movie!

One of Quicksilver's slow mo scene from this movie was pretty awesome and is very entertaining to watch!  And loving their costumes that ACTUALLY resembles their comicbook counterpart, FINALLY!

There is an after credits scene so you might wanna stick your ass a little while lol

My verdict: 7/10

Angry Birds was unexpectedly funny and enjoyable! Not the best animated film but children will still be easily entertained by this movie! Too bad it came out when Angry Birds isn't popular any more. Bad timing? lol

My verdict: 7/10

This review contains HEAVY SPOILER! Click HERE if you have yet to watch the movie.

Marvel’s Captain America: Civil War finds Steve Rogers leading the newly formed team of Avengers in their continued efforts to safeguard humanity. But after another incident involving the Avengers results in collateral damage, political pressure mounts to install a system of accountability, headed by a governing body to oversee and direct the team. The new status quo fractures the Avengers, resulting in two camps—one led by Steve Rogers and his desire for the Avengers to remain free to defend humanity without government interference, and the other following Tony Stark’s surprising decision to support government oversight and accountability. 

I have watched the movie twice and it was EPIC!

This movie is both a sequel to Captain America: The Winter Soldier and Avengers: Age of Ultron. I can safely say that it will be hard to top this one! One of the best from Marvel by far. Characterization is balanced and the fight scenes were superb and it has an in depth story. Everything is just well balanced! The only thing that I dislike about this movie is that it jumps from place to place, a LOT! lol In my opinion, The Winter Soldier is one of the strongest film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe and Civil War feels the same!

Some of my favorite scenes in the movie;

Chase scene

The chase scene was awesome. It involves Cap and Black Panther chasing the Winter Soldier! 

Airport Fight Scene

The airport fight scene to me is one of the best and memorable scene of all! Nothing but pure awesomeness! Spidey made his appearance in his new costume created by Stark, Ant-Man went GIANT! Vision almost killed Rhodey and also because in this scene is where Spidey gets most of his screen time!

 And THIS was in the movie! The most iconic cover from Marvel Comics’ 2006-2007 Civil War event series. You will see this scene at almost at the end of the movie. It was pretty awesome that they bring the cover to life in the movie!

Main villain of this movie;

The main villain of this movie is actually this guy; Baron Zemo portrayed by Daniel Bruhl. I can safely say that this movie is all bout revenge. Zemo is driven by anguish and hatred towards the Avengers after what they did in Sokovia which killed his family. Everything that happened in the movie is all about getting his revenge for his family by tearing apart the Avengers, in which he succeeded!

One of the few things that got me really excited for this movie is of course the debut of Spider-Man in the Marvel Cinematic Universe!


Tom Holland did a pretty amazing job portraying Peter Parker/Spider-Man! Looking forward to his solo film next year!! Tom Holland to me is a combination of Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield's character which made him the perfect casting choice for Spider-Man!


People went nuts when Marisa Tomei is being cast as Aunt May because she is too young and attractive to portray the character. Unlike Sam Raimi's version of the character, portrayed by 74-year-old Rosemary Harris and 66-year-old Sally Field in The Amazing Spider-Man, but I think she is at the right age in reality. Aunt May in the comics is way to old to be someone's aunt, don't you think? 


I wasn't really a big fan of this character, not until he made his appearance in the movie! Black Panther is a really interesting character from a very interesting country of Wakanda. I am really looking forward to see his solo film in 2018 as they will explore more of the character.

Captain America: Civil War wasn't as complex as the comic version but Marvel simply gets it. They understand the idea of combining the film with its source material. Marvel did the right things by telling each other's struggles before putting them together, unlike BvS which kinda rushed into things. Which is why Civil War deserves a big fat two thumbs up!

Verdict: 9/10

Tickets for Captain America: Civil War is now available for purchase at Times Cineplex!

One year after the events of Avengers: Age of Ultron, another international incident involving the Avengers resulting in collateral damage occurs, prompting politicians to form a system of accountability and a governing body to determine when to call in the team. When Steve Rogers attempts to protect his friend Bucky Barnes from this act, he is brought into conflict with Tony Stark. This results in the fracturing of the Avengers into two opposing factions—one led by Rogers, who wishes to operate without regulation, and the other by Stark, who supports government oversight—while the world is threatened by a new enemy. 

I have gotten mine for the sneak preview on the 27th. I am also gonna watch it again on its premiere on the 28th! Soo freaking excited for this movie because Spidey is in it!!