Silence Mode

Almost two weeks i am in a silent mode. Didn't write anything here. Feel a little bit guilty because i said this is my daily journal but i keep on break my own promise. Since early April i didn't write anything. Everybody else also busy with loads of works and daily things to be settled and so do i. 

Okay, actually yesterday i spend most of my time doing laundry and clean my house after two weeks hectic time in the office. At first i thought of updating my blog while waiting for my laundry to dry off, but then i decide to visit my friend's house and watch some movies. What did we watch? Here is the movies marathon for yesterday. We complete three movies in a row. Started from 2pm until 6.30pm. Quite a records so far. Hehehe....

 First Movie: 
Step Up 2 : The Streets
‘Step Up 2 the Streets.’ A high school dancer is torn between her new friends and her old crew.

"This ain't 'High School Musical,'" a character scoffs in "Step Up 2 the Streets." But the truth is, it's not that far off, either. It may be set in gritty, graffiti-covered Baltimore, but it's also unabashedly earnest, completely predictable and packed with enough high-voltage dance scenes to make any audience applaud.

Leads by Briana Evigan and Robert Hoffman. Evigan plays Andie, a problem kid still reeling from her mother's death. After her dance crew vandalizes a subway station, her frustrated guardian sends her to the prestigious, and demanding, Maryland School of the Arts.

From day one, Andie resents her new life at MSA. She hates the entitled attitude of arrogant students like Chase Collins (Hoffman), and she no longer has time for her crew, the 410. When they finally kick her out, Chase suggests he and Andie join forces with a bunch of MSA outcasts (including one-to-watch Adam Sevani). Chase is convinced they can win an underground dance battle called the Streets. Their primary rivals, of course, will be the 410.

This is one of the scene that i like the most. The last scene they prove that they are belongs to the streets as everyone else.

Second Movie: 
Take The Lead

Synopsis: Based on the story of ballroom dancer Pierre Dulane. A former professional dancer (Banderas) volunteers to teach dance in the New York public school system. Despite criticism from students in his formal dance academy as well as from parents and fellow teachers who believe that the kids need more math and less dance, Dulain catches the students' attention with a tango session. Eventually, they will create together a completely new style of dance.

Third Movie:
The Proposal

 Synopsis: On the verge of being deported and losing the high-powered job she lives for, the controlling Margaret announces she's engaged to her unsuspecting, put-upon assistant Andrew (Ryan Reynolds). After proposing a few demands of his own, the mismatched couple heads to Alaska where they have four short days to convince his quirky family and a very skeptical immigration agent that their charade is real.

Okay that is about our movies marathon yesterday. I did enjoy movies that based on dance story. For now i only have these two collections. Will look for more movies like that after this.


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