Movie Review :Stealth, Guitar & Grace Low
Movie Review : Stealth
Here's my review of the movie Stealth. Frankly....... hell of a great show!!! Very good graphics and excellent plot. Enough excitement to glue you to your seat and will keep you from wanting to go to the loo. By the way, Jessica Biel is such a babe!!!
Comrade dying, technological malfunction, technology with emotions, political fallout, superb flying stunts, marvellous animated munitions shooting through the sky, squad member ditched behind enemy lines and running for her life!!! One word : Fantastic! Then again, females who dislike military happenings and only enjoy romantic sentimental movies may not like this action packed show. Definitely worth your dollar. The cinematography, art direction, graphic animation and strong story line makes this movie a hell of a show!! Thumbs up!!!
Verdict : 9.5/10 (Adrenaline pumping and solid! If you do not watch this show, then what the hell you wanna watch???!!!)
Asset Display : My Guitar
This is my guitar. Yamaha APX-5A. Got it for like 600?? Its a little thing that I treasure. It can produce beautiful music to my ears if my fingers would cooperate with me. Well, sometimes they do. I have been playing guitar since I was 14 years old. Been playing quite sometime but not exactly dwelling deeply into it. I do not think I am John Lennon or anyone close. Just a casual player. Used to play for church cell groups when I was a teenager but its been 10 years back.
Had fond memories of those days when I was in church and playing christian music. The fellowship I adored, the friends I made were wonderful, how I miss those days! James happens to be one of those few remnant ones left over from those days. My favourite guitar would have been an Ovation Guitar. Not that its a fantastic acoustic guitar, but its simply a guitar that I have got to know since young and secretly envied. This acoustic guitar of mine bloody requires a battery to operate so that the jack-in could actually work. But I love this guitar. My favourite piece of music would have been "Into Your Courts", a christian music piece by plucking.
I like music alot, I believe music can instil courage, fear, hope, love and patriotism in oneself.
Music does many things for human emotions however, I noticed that few people would actually put in the effort to listen more often to music pieces. There is this colleague of mine, Grace Low as she would like herself to be called, enjoys going to plays, musical and especially symphonies! Wow... impressive I must say by most standards. That's because most of us heartlanders do not actually pay much attention to what goes on at the SISTIC outlets. But Grace's passion for this particular musical interest has gotten me smiling. Rare breed considering what line we are from. Automotive Sales Industry that is.
Personally, I do share her passion too though to a much lesser extent. I remember once watching Richard Clayderman's Piano Concert at Singapore Indoor Stadium with Irene Lee, a self-taught little pianist. Just loved the "Ballade Pour Adeline". Sounds good la..... I would hope to catch the muscial "STOMP". Heard the tickets are already on sale and there are only 11 or 12 performances I think. Debut date in September. I think if given the opportunity and time, everyone should join Grace's interest in music concerts. I adore her love for it.
Hmmm..... Grace. A petite lady who really can brighten one's day with her electric smile. An extremely photogenic girl. She is a friendly lady who is soft spoken, given her size (small frame lady) and her genuine approach to social friends. She kinda seats a seat away from me at the office and her bubbly nature would always permeate our working environment and its like she's the sun, shooting rays of joy and laughter into our mundane boring life. A beautician in the past, she herself is quite a beauty. Didn't intend to bring her into picture until I decide to talk about my guitar and music. I have an observation about Grace. She LOVES "Roti Boy". I suspect she's the advertising persona for the bread. Keke....
This pretty young lady joined my company somewhere in January or February 2005 and has very much proven herself professionally and socially. I do not doubt her sincerity and the funny thing about her is..... she is probably the most chatty person I have ever met! If you guys have any party, you should bring her along because she will liven up the entire atmosphere with her unending unceasing joyful speeches! Such is the ability and talent as a Sales Person. Really can talk. Very sweet! Hehehe..... A nice colleague and may Santa Claus remember that she's been a good girl and give her a big present! Cheers Grace!
"We are not human beings on a spiritual journey. We are spiritual beings on a human journey."