Monday, December 26, 2005

Go with the flow

Have you experience times when you wish to be out of the home, but your energy level keeps reminding you to slow down and not push your limits?

That happened to me yesterday. I had wanted to visit the Singapore Art Museum for its Christmas Day Open Day activities in the morning, but was not feeling at my best to do so. In the end, after take to rest and relax at home in the morning, I went out of home to catch the movie, King Kong in the early morning.

So, as Mystic often says: "Go with the flow". It sums up what I did.

I am not a movie fanatic, but I must say King Kong is a good movie. There have been many positive reviews about it that I decided to watch it. The pace of the movie is just right, even though the movie is about three hours long. The storyline, while a fantasy in itself, is coherent and well-delivered. The personalities and characters of the various roles are well depicted too, making the characters come alive.

My favourite characters in this movie are: Ann, Jack and King Kong.

If you still aren't decided on whether to catch this movie, maybe you would like to check out about this movie from:

And for the history fanatic, maybe this URL containing an in-depth review of the 1933 version of King Kong may interest you:


mistipurple said...

couldn't catch king kong earlier. full house, unless i was willing to crane my neck in first row! lol. glad you enjoyed the show.

oceanskies79 said...

Hope you might find time to catch it.

Simple American said...

I want to see this movie pretty badly. Maybe later this week. today I take the kids to Narnia.

oceanskies79 said...

I have never watched the 1933 movie....I don't remember having to watch it. But hope you will get to enjoy this version of the King Kong soon.

Anvilcloud said...

King Kong was playing at our theatre tonight, but we went to see Narnia. Since Peter Jackson did King Kong I look forward to seeing it.

Thanks for the visit the other day. When the internet first "caught on" just over ten years ago, I had an email pal from Singapore for a few years. His name was Ramu. As these tings go, we ran out of things to talk about and lost touch.