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Midnight by Dean Koontz

by Paolo Macachor ( | )
Dean Koontz

MIDNIGHT is definitely one of Koontz's novels that contains a lot of cliffhanger sequences and gross-out moments for the squeamish to ever take. I loved the charm of Chrissie Foster's bookish, intelligent and articulate beyond her years character. Fact is I think the young Dakota Fanning is whom I picture if this was produced into a movie...

Brokeback Mountain

by honeyglazing ( | )
Brokeback Mountain
Ang Lee, Director

I have heard a lot of people say that this movie offers nothing new about love. A friend has even told me that the utterances are nothing but the cheesiest, sappiest clichés that will only leave you puking right there in your seats.
Indeed, the movie offers nothing new, at least in love, save that it is about two cowboys engaged in a homosexual closet love affair. If anything, its ordinariness leaves us with the most subversive shout.

Ang Barbarismo sa World's Fair: Review ng St. Louie Loves Dem Filipino

by rico liwanag ( | )
St. Louise Loves Dem Filipinos
Floy Quintos

Ang Barbarismo sa World’s Fair


“There is no document of civilization which is not at the same time a document of barbarism”

-Walter Benjamin, Thesis on the Philosophy of History

A Review on Laura Esquivel's "Like Water for Chocolate"

by jayc2005ph ( | )
Like Water For Chocolate
Laura Esquivel



by Jaycee Lukban

The Characters and Their Significations in the Society

The diverse characters in the novel “Like Water For Chocolate” have different significations in the society. Moreover, their characters can be appropriate in any race, culture or country that is also suffering from the strict dictates of tradition & society.

Josefita “Tita” De La Garza