Another day has passed yet again but still I'm not happy.
Today headed out with Wenjie and Joel to catch the movie, "MURDER OF THE INUGAMI CLAN". Didn't know what to expect from the movie but it got rated 4 stars out of five. Overall, it was a pretty good movie. It was slow in the beginning and there were vague parts but I think I enjoyed it on the whole. Reminded me of the "Files of Young Kindaichi" series. Here's the synopsis and the trailer of the movie.
When the wealthy Inugami patriarch dies leaving a huge estate, their lawyer hires detective Kindaichi as a series of mysterious murders befalls the family - from attempted drownings, poisonings, to beheadings. A web of deceit, adultery and greed is revealed as the family gathers for the reading of the will, and the race for the inheritance turns even deadlier. The film is based on the bestselling novel by Seishi Yokomizo, which has been made into three films and five TV series. This is also the final film in the prolific career of Japanese film director Kon Ichikawa.
After the movie, headed to Recruit Express. Saw Xenia and Kiewu there as well. Got an offer for cashier at Singapore Expo but me and Joel kinda decided that we might not be going for it afterall cause it only pays you 5 bucks an hour and somemore so far. I think I will head for somewhere closer to home.
The holidays are not fun at all. I'm sure many of my friends will agree cause there's nothing to do. And yesterday marked the end of the Olympics. This is so saddening. The highlights of the Olympics which are the gymnastics and swimming all ended pretty early.
But never mind. I found a new love in Thomas Daley. I will be looking out for him during the diving events at London 2012. 4 more years will come by pretty fast and I can't wait for Singapore to kick some more ass then.
Thomas Robert "Tom" Daley (born 21 May 1994 in Plymouth, England) is an English diver, who specialises in the 10 metre platform event. He started diving at the age of seven, and is a member of Plymouth Diving Club. He has made an impact in national and international competition at an early age. He represented Great Britain at the 2008 Summer Olympics, where he was Britain's youngest competitor, the youngest competitor of any nationality outside of the sport of swimming, and the youngest to participate in a final.
In February 2008, he was ranked 19th in the FINA Diving World Rankings men's 10-metre platform category due to not participating in recent FINA Grand Prix meetings, but has risen to 4th in the same as of August 2008, due to his strong performance at the Olympics.
SO SIAN LAH. Why Olympics didn't start only this week? :(
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