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Posted on: December 11, 2012

Been a while since we’ve caught a movie at the theatres. Sad to say, we’ve been too busy with WoW. Haha~

The week before I left for Hokkaido, we caught Ah Boys to Men and Cold War!


In Asia’s safest city, the police have long been untouchable. Approaching midnight in Hong Kong, police headquarters receives an anonymous call: a fully-loaded police van carrying the forces, most advance equipment and five highly trained officers has disappeared off the grid. The hijackers possess direct knowledge of police procedures. They’re already steps ahead. The police must meet a list of demands to ensure the hostage’s release, including the delivery of a large ransom. Any delay will cost lives.


Awesome movie! Loved Aaron Kwok in this! He’s getting soooo handsome!
I thought the plot was very exciting too and the ending was not what we expected. Great movie!


In commemoration of Singapore’s 45th year of National Service, renowned homegrown director Jack Neo returns with a S$3million production – Ah Boys To Men. The movie stars local veteran actor Richard Low, well-known actress/comedienne Irene Ang, celebrated musician Roy Li and actors Wang Lei and Jacky. On top of these familiar faces, Jack Neo also introduces fresh faces to the cast lineup, including famous bloggers Mr Brown, Qiu QIu and Tosh.

In conjunction with the NS45 campaign “From Fathers To Sons”, the movie shares how youngsters now step out of their comfort zone and learn the importance of protecting their country. Ah Boys To Men is sure to bring back memories for Singaporean men who have previously served National Service and at the same time, interest young boys who have yet to join the army.


Caught this on a weekday as I thought it wasn’t worth it to catch it on a weekend. The movie was alright, quite funny in some parts. Looking forward to Part 2 actually.

Used my movie vouchers to watch Twilight: Breaking Dawn Part 2 on Saturday.

Premiere tickets!


The astonishing conclusion to the series, THE TWILIGHT SAGA: BREAKING DAWN, PART 2, illuminates the secrets and mysteries of this spellbinding romantic epic that has entranced millions. DREAMGIRLS’ Bill Condon directs this second segment of the two-film adaptation.

The second part of the finale begins with Bella’s transition into the life of a vampire. However, she has to get used to her newfound abilities fast, for when the vampire Irina misidentifies Renesmee as an “immortal child”, a child who has been turned into a vampire, the Volturi begin to plot Renesmee’s destruction as well as the Cullens’, as “immortal children” are deemed uncontrollable. Now, they must gather the vampire clans for a battle in which their lives hang in balance.


Ummm ok…so the seats in Shaw Premiere is damn comfy!! Can recline and comes with a soft blanket. Woot~

But the movie………….very lame. I’m just not a fan but wanted to see if the movie is any good. The battle scene was pretty cool but other than that……bleah.


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