Halo! Ehem, how are you minna-san? O-genki desu ka? Has life ate you up lately? 🙂 I hope not, because I want to share about a variety show that might interest you and help form a smile (or maybe laugh) in your face: Sekai No Hate Made ItteQ! [世界の果てまでイッテq!]
This show, you can just call it Itte-Q, is a Japanese TV variety show which introduces the uniqueness and interesting things from around the world: foods, culture, nature, festivals, you name it. I know, I know, it sounds like nothing special, ne?
The truth is, I never watch any full episode Itte-Q. So, I can’t tell that the show is really wonderful or just meh ~ but, I don’t want to miss the 3-nin Otoko Matsuri segment.
Continue reading [VID] Itte-Q 3-Nin Otoko Matsuri
When Anne’s little brother is gone, she secretly believes that he is alright. He is still alive there: at the other side. That other side is never a death realm in Anne’s head. It is more literal. Yes, the other SIDE is the other dimension.
Maybe this six-year-old girl has been influenced by her father’s science fiction DVDs or her older sister’s horror comic books. You can name several reasons, but she had made her point: Josh is alive.
Continue reading This was Fiction
After I watched Ping Pong, I’m curious about Badminton movie. Badminton is one of popular sports in Indonesia and the one that made Indonesian proud because there are notable world champions from our country (though that isn’t likely again now, sigh). So, bought its original DVD: KING. Directed by Ari Sihasale, does the movie succeed bringing the speed and powerful smash to the screen? Here is my review.
>> This review is posted for World Cinema Series 2013. Check more movie reviews from all around the world and join the crowd by visit the page here. <<
Continue reading King (IDN, 2009)
Assalamu’alaikum Wr. Wb.
Hi, everyone! Since WordPress.com stats helper has prepared an annual report for this blog, I guess it won’t hurt to post it as my first post in year 2013.
Here’s an excerpt:
600 people reached the top of Mt. Everest in 2012. This blog got about 9,800 views in 2012. If every person who reached the top of Mt. Everest viewed this blog, it would have taken 16 years to get that many views.
Click here to see the complete report.
To sum up: I need more determination to blog regularly, hehehe.
This post is written to pay my debt to you who have voted in my polling about Persona 4, especially who voted Yu Narukami as your favorites. Yup, like the title said, this post will showcases Narukami Yu’s memorable scenes; picked by me. ^^
For those who don’t know yet, Narukami Yu is the name Persona 4 anime main character. He is the same person with our “you-name-him” hero in the game version and Seta Souji in the manga version. As a main character, while playing the game, I easily like him from the start because… I don’t know… his look (maybe ??? LOL. *digetok) and his diversity in using Persona, thus making him the most playable character in the game (Of course! Or else, we can’t call him the main character ^^).
Continue reading [Top 7] Seven Scenes of Narukami Yu ~Persona 4~
For these last few months, I can’t watch movie in front of my computer patiently without fast forwarding. However, this 2002 Japan sports movie succeed glue me to my seat and made me able to fight the urge to fast forwarding because, IMHO, the movie has a unique way to make us wonder, what will happen to both of the main characters. And, what is the name of the movie? Simple: Ping Pong.
Continue reading Ping Pong (JPN, 2002)