Skip to main content

Another Teen Flick

yeah, you've read the title. This is a rather 'old' one, I guess. It was from 1999, but entertaining enough, although it may not be that awesome.
I would rate this movie as an 'okay'. What draws my attention this movie was particularly because it was satirical and critical of the highschool and political scenario.
Basically, it's a good social study of "how far a person would go for their own personal gains."
I'm not sure if any school in Malaysia has been practicing campaigning for the student body president, but as far as it goes, these things still happen even without the campaigning programs.
People will always be people. It applies for any human being at any time, anywhere on this planet. Some would go at all cost to eliminate competition in order to win. Competition is not about upgrading yourself to be ahead of your game, but it is about crushing other people on your way to the top. Sounds diabolical?
This movie includes all that backstabbing and scandals and secret affairs. Haha, just try to view this as an analogy of hmm... many things. Be it the student government at your very own school, or the even the bona fide Government, for that matter. Everything seems to fall right into place.


Popular posts from this blog

Of Engineering and Life

Betrayed by the worst atrociously shameful mark of femininity, the shy, embarrassed, immature, self-conscious, awkward, school girl blush in the presence of a drop dead attractive member of the opposite sex. *facepalm* I'm gonna be fricking 21 years old, hormones, please stabilize.

Taming Tigers

If you have not read this book, get you hands on it quick!
Yes, I'm serious, it is that good.

simply because it is unforgivingly, brutally honest.
What I love of this book is basically the fact that not a single word has gone to waste. Every single description is relevant, and makes for a pinpoint analogy of each scenario in the book. When you traverse each sentence, you already have an idea what the author is trying to portray in the way he describes what the characters do, wear, walk, talk. the simple gestures represent the very soul of the culture so imminently depicted in this book.
And the main character, Balram, seems so real that you could almost believe that he actually runs around in the streets, er, slums of India. The complexity of emotions and the inner turmoil he felt as he expresses his views on the issues.
The author's ideas of a new-age caste of small-bellied and big-bellied people and the Rooster Coop has been compellingly displayed along the storyline, and y…


Okay, yesterday, I went to my little sister's kindergarten sports day held at SMK Seksyen 5, Wangsa Maju Hall. Well, the field is wet because it has been raining almost every day in KL, well, in my area.
Anyway, I was the photographer that day, a tak bertauliah one, mind you. Here are some of the pics. They are so cute!

bacaan ikar

This is not a running in a sack event, this is a running sack

balloon haul
bean bag race

future Rahman formation?Well, I guess that's about that.