Reviews: My Favorite Part of Hannah Montana Movie

I was not a fan of Miley Cyrus at first, but later on, I got amused of her total performance and energy as she belts out her songs. Hannah Montana The Movie even got me hooked for the first time. And my favorite part of the film is the one in the video below.

It was in this time when she was supposed to be sent to New York but instead sent to the hometown of her father. It was also in this part that she was called Smiley Miley, and where she learned and felt about her father's family. The place is so lovely, and the view of the white horse running is very amazing! It was so funny that at first, she did not want to stay in that place, but later felt the love of her own family. Love it!

What I learned from the movie? It is just family is still the best people in the world no matter what. We may reach and achieve what we love, but we still belong to the same people that made us great. For Hannah, her family is a bunch of talented singers which made her very talented too.

Alien In The Attic

Alien In The Attic is one of the latest and best movies to be shown in theaters. The movie was directed by John Schultz and screenplay by Burton and Goldberg. Carter Jenkins, Austin Robert Butler, Ashley Tisdale, and Ashley Boettcher topbilled this adventure and family film. Basically, it is about a family with children who are smart and close to each other. The story started when the family organized a vacation in one place. The kids met with their cousins also and other members of the family. The Pearson family enjoyed the vacation so much that the parents were not aware that something strange was happening within the house.

The kids fought against the aliens in the attic who plotted invasion. The aliens had ambition of taking the whole world as their own. Ricky, who was the boyfriend of Bethany Pearson move under the spell of the aliens and was made their puppet until such time that the kids planned hard to defend their family. Their grandmother, Nana Rose comes also under the spell of the aliens, however she was able to help the kids fight against the aliens. The kids are so wise that they were able to control the aliens to fight against each other using remote control gadgets. Later on, the aliens were defeated with the help of one of their kind companion, a little alien whose heart is also good. After all, the story portrayed that family relationship is still important than anything else and whatever trials would be won over through cooperation and love.

Bangkok Dangerous

Nicholas Cage gave justice to his role as an assassin in Bangkok Dangerous. In line with that, there are three points that must be realized upon watching the film. First, there is much violence shown in the movie but it was balanced with portraying the importance of conscience and love. Nicholas Cage played an anonymous assassin in the story. He went to Bangkok, Thailand to kill three enemies of his employer. As a hired killer, he has rules to follow, never show interest, do not ask questions, and erase any trace of the job-which he defied at the last part of the movie. Despite his mastery of killing individuals, he changed his mind at the last moment when he realized that he was made the target of other assassins already. Second, meeting a pick-pocketer named Kong is the turning point of the story from violence, to respect, friendship, and then to heroism. Kong was almost killed by the anonymous assassin, but when he pleaded for his life, he was saved from death. Later on, the assassin trained him for self-defense in case there will be problems in their mission. Only two targets were killed by the assassin because the third one was saved by the circumstances when Kong mentioned that such third target was a good man.

Finally, the irony of silence and violence is depicted in the film. It may be dangerous to be with a person who saw blood as a finalization of one's job, a girl fell for the assassin. Such girl was a deaf-mute but was able to give life of the dangerous and boring life of the assassin. Aside from the fact that Bangkok, Thailand is a beautiful country, there is one thing that makes it unforgettable: Bangkok Dangerous proved that love is still the ruling and ultimate feeling in this world amidst chaos and betrayal.

James Mawdsley: The Heart Must Break

As a dedicated human rights activist, James Mawdsley wrote a book that provides more room for protests against the oppression done by military junta in Burma. He visited the country for three times in order to question the leadership of the military over the people in the locality. There are many lessons learned in the book. First, I agree with Mawdsley that there is more to life that deserves review by a person. Life in the university is fun, but the outside world beyond United Kingdom requires a generous and resolute heart and mind to protect those who are oppressed, feed the poor, help the needy, and stand for democracy. Second, there are varied elements of pain, laughter, confusion, regrets, curiosity, poverty, hardships, and even happiness that are embedded in the book. Life in prison was no fun for Mawdsley, but his cause always reminded him to stay focused and be a survivor. Third, Burma is a beautiful place based on the story of the author. An imaginary mind starts to work upon reading the third to the last chapter of the novel. I realized that it is possible for a citizen from a rich country to try living in the outskirts of a third country because he considers the poor and oppressed locality therein as his brothers. Indeed, Mawdsley is a person who knows what he is all about.

The book also focused on the freedom and responsibility of a person to take a move for the benefit of the people in Burma. It could be remembered that Mawdsley do not want to be a member of any group having the same work as he had because he wanted his freedom and protect his own thoughts. Unlike becoming a member of a non-governmental organization whose interests must align with its financiers and supporters, James remained to be alone for freedom's sake. In other words, he would not allow anyone to dictate his moves especially those who would just spoil his cause. Besides, he endured numerous days of torture and fear ignoring the filthy prison cells that made him live like an animal. Essentially, Mawdsley was able to earn respect and support from his family despite the fact that his activities are extremely dangerous. Finally, the author is also intelligent enough to make his captors smile at him with shame and confusion. With the hope of helping the people embrace democracy, he never lose courage and faith just to magnify his good intentions.

Hokku Poems in Four Seasons by Yosa Buson

Yosa Buson wrote a poem that used senses in order to share experiences in life. The poem revolves around four seasons such as spring, summer, autumn, and winter. The value of self-confidence has been given importance in the poem and the author is confident enough to mention that at spring time, she finished the poem already. The venue of the poem is in Kyoto and the images talks about ordinary persons found in the community. The image of the bridge has been given life and longer daylight during springtime was mentioned. The way life is moving is also tackled with so much respect on the loyalty of time to its own pace.

The spring season was changed into summer and it was known to a noble man. When the spring day halted, summer blossomed into quietness of the day. In the same way, the author welcomed the season with candor as if it beautifies the whole place through the peony flowers. Yet, autumn is the saddest season for the author for it was the time when a special person died. The feeling of loneliness was emphasized then. Essentially, there was also peace during autumn despite the tragedy that came amidst it. The sight of the snow has been discussed in the poem when the season of winter was made its closure. The idea of hope was planted in the author’s heart while accepting all the things that happened.

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