Saturday, March 23, 2019




I don't even know if people use that word...LOL

So anyway, I know the title is kinda seems depressing but I'll try not to make it that way, even though it might be a little serious along the way.

It's gonna be a bumpy ride!

Let's begin!

I'm pretty sure almost all of us have had the experience of letting go of something. It could be a person, a thing or even an idea.

Btw, this topic is very subjective and has a wide range, so I'll try not to be too specific and keep it general.

Letting go of something is not an easy thing to do. Especially if it's something that you have been keeping for a long time...but if for a short while is also hard to let go. However, both actually have a different effect.


I know it seems like I'm focusing more on letting go of things instead of a person, but it's because I wanna keep it non-specific, so bare with me.


Letting go of something that you have for so long is hard because you know afterwards your life will not be the same, maybe not entirely or maybe not drastically, but it will change somehow. And that's why it's difficult to let go.

While letting go of something you have for a short time is not easy because you feel like the time you have with it or him/her is not enough. Still too many things to talk about, too many things to do together.

It can honestly be any reason for letting go of something or someone. It could be because someone ask/suggest it to you or it could be from your own decision.

At one point it may seems like a useless thing to do but that's because you are feeling sad or angry or regret. However, at some point, you will realize that it's the right thing to do. That there's a reason why you are letting go of that thing/person/idea. And the reason for it can be anything...literally.

I don't know if you guys notice but I twitted the other day saying "Sometimes, doing the right thing sucks, but you have to do it for the better". I truly agree that. Doing the right thing does makes you feel horrible sometimes but you only feel that way at that moment, the moment when you are doing it or maybe a few moments after that. But remember this, once you see that doing the right thing aka letting go, brings out the better you or finally you get to achieve your goals, all that suckiness that you were feeling, will turn to grateful and happiness.

Throughout my life, I have let go of many things. Some were because people asked me to and some were from my own decision. And it was the right thing to do because I believe if I still holding on to those things, I might not be who I am right now. Though those things might somehow helped shape who I am but letting go of them have bigger impact in making the person I am today.

So the conclusion is, it's okay to let go of things or person in order for you or that person or anything to be better.

That's all I wanna share about this week. Hope you enjoy this "pillow talk"..kind of.

Let me know if you want me to write another post like this.

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Saturday, March 16, 2019


Hi guys!

As you can read from the title, this week I'll be reviewing another movie. And some of you might be able to guess what movie I'll be reviewing...LOL.

If you guessed Captain Marvel, then YOU . ARE. CORRECT!

*Ding ding ding ding

So yeah, I'll be reviewing about Captain Marvel this week.

Side note: My review is completely unbias and honest, dispite that I'm a big MCU fan.

Let's begin!

First, about the story/plot. Before I went to watch this movie, I was already interested to know what this movie is going to be about. From the trailer, you can see that she's kinda confius about who she is or what she is. And I was too. So after watching the movie, I can say that I am satisfied with the story and the explanation. It was not too complicated, yet not too nonchalant. Even though the side plot twist was kinda expected to me, but it was still good.

As any other Marvel movies, it has a few comedic scenes, but it also has some sad (but to me, not so) moments. And the major plot twist was....unexpected...LOL. Overall, the movie is amazing.

Second, the characters/actors. I have heard a few people said that Brie Larson is not suitable for playing Captain Marvel. Some say that she's not hot and some say that she doesn't have the “super hero aura”. For me, I didn't actually expect anything because I didn't know who Captain Marvel is (I mean, I never read the comic). And tbh, I think Brie brought the character perfectly. I can't actually say too much, but I feel like she is Captain Marvel, she's not the girl from Room, not the girl from Kong: Skull Island, she is Captain Marvel.

Regarding the other characters, I'll let you guys see it for yourself. But can I just say that how awesome it is that Jude Law is in this movie!

Third, the soundtrack/score. I honestly can't say much on this part because mostly they were playing old songs from the 90s, though some of it I'm familiar with, but overall, not so much come to my attention, even the scores.

So, that's my review for Captain Marvel. I know it's super short, but that's pretty much all I can share with you guys. Actually I have a bunch of things that I want to write about but unfortunately I worried it might be a spoiler. So.......

I highly recommend you guys to watch this movie. It is super awesome and the credit scene is DA BOMB! You have to see it to know...haha

Let me know if you have watched the movie and what you think about it or if you haven't, let me when are you planning to watch it, we might meet there at the cinema...who knows.

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