Too bad I only play NBA 2K.
In anticipation of the upcoming Season 7 of the biggest television series, The Game of Thrones, do let the IGN people retell for you the major things that happened in 6 seasons past – – in just 5 minutes.
So, I got married last Saturday. Thus, for those who missed it, you may watch the SDE (Same Day Edit) of the event courtesy of Southpix Shots and Print below:
Likewise, I have uploaded the feature presentation (including our
baby child pics) that I prepared before the event (using the iMovie app for iPhone), which you may watch below: Watch the video »
So you plan to catch the 7th installment of the Star Wars franchise, the Star Wars: The Force Awakens. If you are like me, who have watched the first six episodes for quite some time now and thus can only draw a faint memory even of the plot line of the series, then this summary video is for you.
Yet, if you have the time, no one is stopping you from re-watching the full 6 movies.
Giulia Raphaelle christening that happened last December 20, 2014 at St. Vincent de Paul Church in Manila, while reception followed at Movie Stars Cafe in Pasay City. Here’s the video brought to you by Deuts Production.
I have to admit, I’m a big Jason Mraz fan. I missed his concert last year, and I wish I could afford the tickets this time.
The concert happens on November 27, 2014 at the Smart Araneta Coliseum. More concert details: Continue reading
Yes, the Game of Thrones will be back on television with its 3rd season on the 31st of March, 2013.
So, prepare for the epic battles and stormy rivalries among the dragons, lions, direwolves, etc. Of course, let’s see if winter is indeed coming from the north during the 3rd season.
Check out the trailer video below:
An excerpt of the interview with Keira Knightly about her role as Anna Karenina:
Q: Is that why you think it (Anna Karenina’s character) still resonates to this day?
I think it resonates to this day because it’s about love and not just romance or just that happy bit. Not love in the way it’s all sold to us but love as the thing that we’ve been fascinated and obsessed with for centuries. Love is that thing that we are all after and yet can destroy us and is painful. It can be madness and can be joy and can be happiness. It looks at the whole thing. I think that’s why it’s so complex. It has more questions within it than it has answers. We never manage to answer the questions. Love is something that is so inexplicable and so complex and strange.
And that’s why I must watch this movie when it comes out!
I’m just gonna let the video do the talking:
Stay tuned at Deuts.NET for more videos in the future.
Sometimes I wonder, is it the end of the world yet?
I like music, and it could cover a wide range of genre. Depending on the mood, my taste for music could touch on country, rock, punk, pop, blues, hiphop, jazz, R&B, even classical and religious music. But most often, really, my mood leans toward being a little melodramatic.
Love songs are usually written and/or dedicated to a special someone, a parent, a child, a friend — just anyone close to your heart, someone you like the most, but NOT, really, not someone you
should hate like the least.
And yet, the latter is the theme of the song, “Kunin Mo Na Ang Lahat Sa Akin”, originally by Jeremiah and recently revived by Angeline Quinto for the ABS-CBN program “Minsan Lang Kita Iibigin”.