Senin, 21 Februari 2011

BirthDay Party with Kamen Raider Soda

To celebrate Kamen Rider’s 40th anniversary, DyDo will propose from February 28th a new Kamen Rider Soda (lemonade).
Named Kamen Cider in Japan and served in a limited number of Kamen Rider cans. Available in different Kamen Rider like design, this new Soda will be sold all over Japan at around 100yen through the company Vending Machines.

My Yellow Bird


Angry Birds Become a Zombie

Build the strongest fortress you can piggies, because these birds are not out for revenge anymore, they’re out for your flesh.

These awesome illustrations were made by Tomasz Kaczkowski. I’m not sure if he’s planning on turning them into T-shirt designs, but I bet he’ll make a tidy sum if he does that.

The WeWood Watch

While I’ve never thought about wearing a wooden watch, I have to say that these watches from WeWood look pretty good. On top of that, they’re made out of something natural, and you know, that’s pretty good, right?
WeWood is based in LA, but hails from Florence, Italy. They’ve designed two collections of watches that are made out of natural woods. The wood used in the creation of these timepieces is free of artificial or toxic materials.
They’ve used red wing celtis, ebony, maple, and guaiaco, and watch movements are made by Miyota. The wood come from scrap flooring that’s left over, so it doesn’t get more sustainable than this. Plus, for every watch that is purchased, WeWood plants a new tree in collaboration with American Forests.

Minggu, 20 Februari 2011

on my way to go with Sriwijaya Air

Yesterday I had a flight from Solo to Jakarta with Sriwijaya Air.
It was really fun flight, because I can see so many white cloudy sky.

When I came to Jakarta, it was terible flight, jyus...
(m_m)... drrt..drrt...oh my God..
the white clody sky is become black sky..please God help us.
Alhamdulillah, finally...we landing to Bandara Soekarno Hatta, dengan selamat.

Thanks you God

Fashion TV now HD quality

Yesterday, I came to First Media realest party on Hotel Sunan - Indonesia.
When I looked up around the penthouse Hotel Sultan, I saw a big screen television playing a great fashion runaway.
"What's that?"
I spontaneous say that word in front of the big boss Hotel Sultan and his guest.
Oops..I really say, and I truly sorry I was said that word so louder.
Hiks...‎​(-̩̩̩-͡ ̗--̩̩̩͡ ) ◦°◦≈ ‎ ‎ нůHůнůнůHůнů ≈◦°
I check and Ricek, which station television can play a great runaway ever than Fashion TV.
Yeah...finally I found the Beautiful F icon, and you know what? that was a truly Fashion TV runaway show...*\(^e^)/*
And you know what, again..
First Media was a number one TV cable in Indonesia, played a HD technology on their show.
Now..Indonesia people can see a great Fashion Runaway with a HD movement, only with First Media..Yippy \( •̃͡ -̮ •̃͡)/
You know what?
Selain, Fashion TV, with First Media..you can see a great movie HD with HBO HD channel, and a nice sport station with ESPN HD.
Woohooo..I have a special entertaiment today \(•˘▼˘)> <(˘▼˘•)/

-unamaruna-

Rabu, 16 Februari 2011

Rinco's Restaurant - 食堂かたつむり

Rinco's Restaurant Review

A young woman (Kou Shibasaki) in her mid 20's becomes so heart broken she loses her voice. To recover, the woman decides to go back to her hometown and stay with her free-spirited mother whom she has not been very close to in the past. The young woman then decides to open a restaurant which accepts only one customer a day, allowing for thoughtful preparation for that customer.

without voice, Rinco's find the secret recipes for her new restaurant.

Rinco's always make special food for her consumer.
Rinco's always using her heart and her soul to make a food.


In the end of story, Her momy (Ruriko) says : "I want to make a special food for my weeding party. I think we need a special ham from Hermes."

Rinco's Restaurant Sneak & Peak:
  • Movie: Rinco's Restaurant
  • Romaji: Shokudo Katatsumuri
  • Japanese: 食堂かたつむり
  • Director: Mai Tominaga
  • Writer: Ito Ogawa (novel), Hiroko Takai
  • Release Date: February 6, 2010
  • Studio: Toho, TBS
  • Distributor: Toho
  • Language: Japanese
  • Country: Japan


Finally I found a best movie from Japan. When I see this movie, I think we can see a lot of amazing graphic. But in the end of story, you will found the meaning of mother love for her children. Hiks..! I cry a lot for this screen.

Selasa, 15 Februari 2011

The Homeless Student - ホームレス中学生

  • Movie: The Homeless Student
  • Romaji: Hômuresu chûgakusei
  • Japanese: ホームレス中学生
  • Director: Tomoyuki Furumaya
  • Writer: Hiroshi Tamura (novel)
  • Release Date: October 25, 2008
  • Runtime: 116 min
  • Distributor: Toho
  • Movie Studio: Toho
  • Language: Japanese
  • Country: Japan

Movie is based on the best selling autobiographical novel “The Homeless Junior High School Student”, by Hiroshi Tamura (of the comedian duo Kirin).

In his autobiographical novel, Tamura wrote that he was homeless during his high school days after the breakup of his parents. He lived in a public park at night, going through such hardships like eating cardboard paper for food.

Hiroshi Tamura found his house for sold, because his father can't afford their rent.

The Tamura Family now know that their has been lost the house.

Hiroshi Tamura falling love with another girl student in his school.

"Hei, The Dumb Prince..Come back the ee palace of me!" said the fat boys.

"Ikeru! Now your ee place is my house!!" tell Hiroshi Tamura feel sadnest.

"Give me your best rain! Yeah..The best shower time ever!" said Hiroshi Tamura feel happy.

Finally, the Tamura family have a small rent house. But, they are still hunger.

The Homeless Student - ホームレス中学生 now avilable in DVD. (^o^)v

After you see this movie, you will know that Tokyo have a high standard life. If you can't reach a good money, you will homeless and hunger.

But, if you have want to fighting of your life, you will found the great honor of the world.

waterboys - ウォーターボーイズ

  • Movie: Waterboys
  • Japanese: ウォーターボーイズ
  • Director: Shinobu Yaguchi
  • Writer: Shinobu Yaguchi, Yasushi Fukuda
  • Producer: Yoshino Sasaki, Daisuke Sekiguchi, Akifumi Takuma
  • Cinematographer: Yuichi Nagata, Shinobu Yaguchi
  • Release Date: September 15, 2001
  • Runtime: 90 min.
  • Production Company: Fuji TV, Toho, Altamira Pictures, DENTSU Music And Entertainment
  • Distributor: Toho
  • Language: Japanese
  • Country: Japan

Based on a true story - members of the swimming team at Kawagoe High School, a boy's prep school in Kawagoe City, Saitama Prefecture, dreamed up an unusual event for their school festival: "men's synchronized swimming." Inspired by the popular Olympic synchronized swimming exhibitions on TV, the young men choreographed and successfully performed their own synchronized swimming event.

It's springtime in Japan and the Tadano High School swim team is barely keeping afloat. When a pretty new coach turns up with the nutty idea of creating a top synchronized swimming team of her own, she has just a few problems to overcome. First, she's teaching at an all-boys school; second, the 5 boys who have committed to the team are all hopelessly bad swimmers; third, she suddenly discovers she's 8 months pregnant and due for maternity leave.

Inspired by their darling coach's dream, the boys bumble through the spring and summer, preparing a routine for Tadano High's festival. They face great adversity: the derision of their fellow students, a swimming pool full of dead fish, the mounting pressures of college entrance exams, and worst of all, their own dismal record of constant failure. Their only encouragement comes from a gaggle of local drag queens and the crazy owner of an aquarium, whose idea of trainin them, is making them polish fish tanks round-the-clock.

When autumn finally rolls around, the boys have not only miraculously perfected a truly unique routine, they've won the respect and participation of a whole crew of new teammates. On the eve of the festival, the performance is threatened by one last catastrophe. Will the Waterboys hard work be wasted, or can they paddle their way to the success and recognition they've worked so hard to win?

Swing Girls - スウィングガールズ

Film director Shinobu Yaguchi ran across an account of a dwindling high school brass band that reinvented itself as a youthful Big Band. He decided to track the band down to the boondocks where he found an ensemble composed almost entirely of girls with bobbed hair breezing through jazz numbers. The contrast between the band's look and its sound inspired Yaguchi to create "Swiing Girs," set against the seasonal beauty of northeastern Japan.

Songs performed in "Swing Girls": "In the mood" by the Glenn Miller Orchestra (song playing while walking along the apartment complex), "Moonlight Serenade" by Glenn Milller (The first song played at the concert finale), "Mexican Flyers" by Ken Woodman (The second song played at the concert finale), "Sing Sing Sing with a Swing" by Benny Goodman (The final song played in the concert finale).

  • Movie: Swing Girls
  • Japanese: スウィングガールズ
  • Director: Shinobu Yaguchi
  • Writer: Shinobu Yaguchi
  • Contributing Writer: Junko Yaguchi
  • Producer: Shintaro Horikawa, Shoji Masui, Daisuke Sekiguchi
  • Cinematographer: Takahide Shibanushi
  • Release Date: September 11, 2004
  • Runtime: 105 min.
  • Production Company: Altamira Pictures, Toho, Fuji TV
  • Distributor: Toho
  • Language: Japanese
  • Country: Japan

The Story

Tomoko and her classmates are given a reprieve from their dreary summer math class with the job of delivering lunch to their high school brass team. Unfortunately the girls fall asleep on the train and miss their intended stop. They get off at the next available stop, but then they still had to walk a considerable distance in the baking sun to get to the stadium.

By the time the girls got to the stadium and delivered the food, something strange happened. All the members of the brass team got sick, except for Nakamura (the girls ate his lunch while riding on the train).

The following day, Nakamura is left to reassemble the brass club, but only 3 girls show up for the auditions. 2 are heavy metal rock girls that bring their amps and guitar and bass. The other girl seems promising but brings a flute. Nakamura soon sees the girls from the math class, that delivered the lunch late, laughing in the hallway. He demands that they join the brass band or he will tell the faculty that the food wasn’t spoiled from the factory but that the girls were at fault.

The girls soon enough agreed, partially because of the threat and partially to avoid the monotony of taking summer math classes. The girls have no clue how to play and they are in terrible physical condtition. Nakamura takes it upon himself to train the girls, first with physical exercises to improve their stamina and then teaches them how to play their brass instruments.

There is only a week until the next game begins and the girls start to enjoy playing their instruments immensely. Unfortunately the original brass team recovers from their illnesses and rejoins bthe brass team. The girls are now left without a club to play their music for or have any instruments to play with in their free time.

After some moments of despair, the girls take the initiative to start their own Jazz band and they call themselves Swing Girls (And A Boy). Along with the help of their math teacher, who is somewhat of a Jazz aficionado, the girls train vigorously to compete in the upcoming student music festival.

Where The Legend Lives - まぼろしの邪馬台国

Yohei (Naoto Takenaka), a former railroad worker, has become obsessed with discovering the ancient country of Yamataikoku. His obsession sprouted from a day when he discovered ancient ceramics while repairing railroad tracks.

Now completely blind, Yohei relies on his wife (Sayuri Yoshinaga) to guide him through the country and read the maps in their pursuit of Yamataikoku.

this movie really make me cry. Because, you can see how big the love for finding a history.
I think, you can't found a better movie than this.

Senin, 14 Februari 2011

Oki's Movie

I don't like this movie, because I don't understand what the meaning of the 4 story there.
If you understand about this movie, please give me an information
to me...

  • Country: South Korea
  • Year: 2010
  • Language: Korean
  • Producer: Kim Kyounghee
  • Screenplay: Hong Sangsoo
  • Runtime: 80

The Story

Already considered one of the forefathers of the new Korean cinema, South Korean auteur Hong Sangsoo continues to pursue a distinctive style that challenges conventional cinema. Fresh from winning the Un Certain Regard prize at this year’s Cannes Film Festival for Ha Ha Ha, he continues his current creative streak with Oki’s Movie, further evidence of a visionary filmmaker undaunted by the whims of the market.

In a multipart narrative divided into four chapters, Hong fashions a new kind of love triangle. Oki is a young and beautiful college student majoring in film production and torn between the affections of two men: an older cinema professor and a former student/ budding filmmaker. As the story shifts perspectives and timelines, Hong depicts each relationship with the authentically awkward rhythms of real life.

Rather than following the conventions of movie romance, Hong turns Oki’s Movie into a formally irreverent exercise in minimalism. A calming, mostly static visual palette evokes documentary style and imposes a kind of moral perspective on the three lovers. Ascetic in sensibility, the more Hong’s camera probes the cruder side of love, the more it shows up the baseness of romantic jealousy and competition.

The balance of tones in Hong’s films is always complex. Here he instills this love story with his unique brand of humour, but it is mixed with heartfelt melancholia. The film builds to a genuinely moving ending. But, disdainful of simplistic storytelling, Hong makes sure to wind his way to the finish with elaborate plotting and an insider’s sense of living within cinema.

Sparse, relaxed and jarringly real, Oki’s Movie bravely rejects easy classification. It is the work of a self-assured artist unafraid to expose the inner worlds of his characters to reveal their flawed humanity.

created by : Giovanna Fulvi

Boracay Island

Boracay is an island of the Philippines located approximately 315 km (200 miles) south of Manila and 2 km off the northwest tip ofPanay Island in the Western Visayas region of the Philippines. In 1990, it was voted by the BMW Tropical Beach Handbook as one of the best beaches in the world and again in 1996 by British publication TV Quick as the world's number one tropical beach.

The island comprises the barangays of Manoc-Manoc, Balabag, and Yapak (3 of the 17 barangays which make up the municipality ofMalay), and is under the administrative control of the Philippine Tourism Authority in coordination with the Provincial Government ofAklan.

Geography

Boracay Island is located off the northwest corner of Panay Island, and belongs to the Western Visayasisland-group, or Region VI, of the Philippines. The island is approximately seven kilometers long, dog-bone shaped with the narrowest spot being less than one kilometer wide, and has a total land area of 10.32 square kilometers.

South-facing Cagban Beach is located across a small strait from the jetty port at Caticlan on Panay island, and the Cagban jetty port serves as Boracay's main entry and exit point during most of the year. When wind and sea conditions dictate, east-facing Tambisaan Beach serves as an alternative entry and exit point.

Boracay's two primary tourism beaches, White Beach and Bulabog Beach, are located on opposite sides of the island's narrow central area. White Beach faces westward and Bulabog Beach faces eastward. The island also has several other beaches.

White Beach is the main tourism beach. It is about four kilometers long and is lined with resorts, hotels, lodging houses, restaurants, and other tourism-related businesses. In the central portion, for about two kilometers, there is a footpath known as the Beachfront Path separating the beach itself from the establishments located along it. North and south of the Beachfront Path, beachfront establishments do literally front along the beach itself. Several roads and paths connect the Beachfront Path with Boracay's Main Road, a vehicular road which runs the length of the island. At the extreme northern end of White Beach, a footpath runs around the headland there and connects White Beach with Diniwid Beach.

Bulabog Beach, across the island from White Beach, is a secondary tourism beach and Boracay's main windsurfing and kiteboarding area.

Boracay is divided, for land use and conservation purposes, into 400 hectares of preserved forestland and 628.96 hectares of agricultural Land.

Tourism
Partly because of its wind and weather patterns, tourism in Boracay is at its peak during the Amihan season. During Amihan, the prevailing wind blows from the east. Boracay's main tourism area, White Beach, is on the western side of the island and is sheltered from the wind. During the Amihan season, the water off White Beach is often glassy-smooth. On the eastern side of the island, hills on the northern and southern ends of the island channel the Amihan season wind from the east onshore, onto Bulabog Beach in the central part of the island's eastern side. This makes the reef-protected waters off that beach ideal for windsurfing and kiteboarding / kitesurfing.

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