"Is it time to dum him?"
Once some guy go off the boil, the heat is gone forever. Can you tell when it's time to move on?
What a title! Now, let's see which point caught my eyes straight away: point #2 --> Commitment is a dirty word.
This movie is not for faint-hearted, or maybe people like me. It was intense, horror, disturbing, and disgusting. It is indeed a thriller. Action continued with action and action again, till the end. You will open your eyes from the start till the end. What I meant is that you won’t fall asleep in this movie.
Except. One person. A person named Jackie.
She went for happy hour before going for a movie, drank a few beers. After the first 10 minutes into the movie, she fell asleep. Until the last 5 minutes of the movie, she woke up and saw the ending (it was really near ending, after all those actions). The first question she asked me, “what was the movie all about?”. The second statement from her, “really nice to sleep”. I almost fainted, not because of the movie, but because of her!
The story took quite awhile for me to understand as I have slightly missed the starting of the movie (because this Jackie was late). It is somewhat like a murderer hunting for victims, or maybe a cannibal eating the victim alive, and some gory scenes (I think I have over-summarized the movie, hahaha). Or not to forget some kungfu fighting scenes.
It is worthwhile to watch it if you like this type of genre.
I some sort agree with Military using surrogates to war but normal people using surrogate for their daily life? It is a bit ridiculous lor. You will notice in the movie that all the operators are all obese or have a very tiring face. Their look is like vampire. The movie claims that the real person will be safe from danger if they use surrogates. But they have forgotten the real feeling of touching people,
Bruce Willis is forced to come back out to the real world after a murder case on a surrogate as well as its operator. Now, the real Bruce Willis looks obese, bald and old. No offence to him. I super love him in Die Hard series. But, one cannot compare this movie with Die Hard series, it is totally uncomparable at all! If you are expecting something like Die Hard, you will end up disappointed like me after watching this movie.
Oh ya, the beauty salon for the surrogates is a must-see scene. Super Barbie-like, and super cartoony. Hahaha. Hilarious la that salon. They took out the robotic face and do facial, tighten up the cheeks or what so ever.
Usually, when I travel, I do not write about the hotel that I am staying in because I scare I capture something in my pictures. However, I will do an exception this time as this hotel is a must-blog! Now, let's see what happened during my stay there.
When we checked in, the front counter told Farid that his room was not ready, and they will compensate him by giving a 2 queen size bedroom. Swt. You call that 'compensate'??? Why do one person need TWO queen size bed? The hotel is so huge wei, and they have thousands of rooms, just give another one-king-size bedroom cannot meh??? What is so difficult??? At that time, Farid told me, "someone told me that if i got 2 beds in a room, i must put something on top of the empty bed". Then I looked at him, "that person is me la!".
Once I entered the room, the TV very high tech one wo, got a welcoming message for me. It was sooo 'high tech' until I dont know what to click to go into another screen. Maybe I am doink. Actually just need to click the 'OK' button. Cannot blame me coz for other hotels, I just need to click the number then I can watch my programs liao. Then I heard my colleagues said, the TV wont switch off by clicking the 'OFF' button, and sometimes, it automatically off itself. My colleagues said this tv is creepy.
I was staying 3 days 2 nights there, but on the 2nd night, the remote control has ran out of battery. =.=" and I lazy to call them up to fix. Luckily I have my magazine and novel with me to read.
And a separate shower place. Notice there is another shower on top of the ceiling? the square one. It is spoilt. I thought I can get my first experience on ceiliing shower. But, disappointed. I wonder what's the point of fixing a ceiling shower that doesnt function? Mind you, this hotel is less than a year old only.
Nicole ajak me to go for a food tasting in Genji. At first I said I dont want, then she said why I am so anti-social (actually I am lor). In the end, I tagged along her. Joe reached there quite early and waited for us for at least 30 minutes (I think). Coz when we reached there, Nicole asked for Joe's name, but the waiter couldnt find his name. Then another waitress came and said, "must be that guy who waited quite long already". Then she lead us there, in fact, she got it correct. It was Joe, sitting all by himself.
Followed by a 9-course meal (for one pax). I think it was around RM200+.
Some sort like miso soup served in a teapot. Squeeze some lime in it.
We were given a passport-like book. The book describes all the different tribes in Sarawak, and there is a space for 'chop' when you enter each village. So, you can keep it as souvenir.
There are a lot of rocks in the village.
Once we entered, there were these scuptures in front. And I have no idea what it is, too lazy to squat down and read the descriptions.
The area was not big, smaller than what I imagined originally. I though the area would be as big as our Zoo Negara. Haha. The area was back by Santubong mountain and lots of greens. I, being a city girl, super love green green stuffs and I super love forest.