The Wolverine – 2013 – Dir. James Mangold – 126 min. – United States/ Australia There’s been no other Marvel character that has had more movie screen time than Wolverine. Even in the Marvel comic universe, Wolverine seems to be on 50 different teams/ series. Who doesn’t love this beer-drinking, cigar-smoking bad boy with an
Dear reader (because I know at least one person reads this), It’s been a weird year and the summer is basically over. I’m trying to figure out how to get me out of this mental funk that I’m in so I’ve created this challenge to myself in my much neglected blog. Since I’ve been stuck
The To Do List – 2013 – Dir. Maggie Carey – 104 min. – United States Writer’s note: okay, I’m trying to get back to doing these again because I need something else to do in my life and this always made me somewhat happy. Hopefully I can keep it up because I plan on
In case you don’t know, San Diego Comic Con is kind of a big deal. Over 150,000 people converge on Downtown San Diego for a weekend of pop culture madness. I’ll leave the deep analysis and debate about Comic Con being better “back in my day” for another post. I want to talk about what
It has been a great experience volunteering for the John Avalos for Mayor campaign with everyone from Filipinos for Avalos. It only reconfirmed my support for John and what he’s trying to do. I’ve always been one to be pessimistic about politicians and the whole political system in general. You can’t study history and not
Dear Kuya E., It really sucks having to write this to you right now. Everything feels really heavy right now. There’s a part of me that wants to believe that I’m still sleeping and this is just some horrible nightmare. I’ll wake up and I’ll see you tweet about today being the last Giants game.
It’s my second full day in the Philippines. Last time I was here, it took me a good couple weeks to get used to everything. That seems to be the same case this time around. But I’ve had to go out of my comfort zone and try to get used to things quicker. I’ve been