DAPAT YATANG kumuha si Nadine Lustre ng stylist. Ang tanong, can afford ba naman siya? Kasi, when two photos of her surfaced sa isang website, panglalait ang inabot niya. Nagmukha kasi siyang matanda, parang school principal na a-attend ng meeting.
Balot na balot kasi si Nadine. Para siyang suman sa kanyang outfit. Hindi talaga flattering para sa kanya ang isinuot niyang damit kaya naman bash ang inabot niya.
“Prayer meeting ba ‘to? Balot na balot siya!”
“Lady gaga na manang ang peg.”
“parang kasama pa siya ni Marcela Agoncillo na nagtahi ng watawat ng Pilipinas.. kaloka ka girl, pinaglaruan ka ng stylist mo!”
“Parang kawal na maglalaba.”
That’s just some of the comments na nabasa namin.
Naku, tiyak na magawawala na naman ang bayarang Nadine fans nito. Tiyak na ipagtatanggol na naman nila ang idol nila. Tiyak na iba-bash na naman nila kami. But we don’t care. Actually, nakakatawa lang ang bashers naming They hate us pero they read us. Ano ba ang tawag doon? IDIOT?
PALABAS NA sa mga sinehan ngayon ang MINUSCULE : Valley of the Lost Ants, isang pambatang pelikula.
The story begins with a normal setting out in the countryside. This is not CGI but real film. However, throughout the film the two are fantastically fused together. What you see from a human point of view uses standard film but watch when it goes to the micro world of insects, the CGI opens a totally new vista which works very, very well for the movie.
In that peaceful little clearing, the remains of a picnic hastily abandoned spark warfare between two tribes of ants. A bold young ladybug finds himself caught in the middle of the battle. He befriends one of the black ants, Mandible, and helps him save the anthill from the assault of the terrible red ant warriors, led by the fearful Butor.
The film already which is released by Solar Films, won the 2014 Mill Valley Film Festival Audience Award for Best Children’s Feature Film for Directors Thomas Szabo and Hélène Giraud and was nominated in three other film festival events. It was nominated for Cristal Best Feature Award at the Annecy International Animated Film Festival 2014 , the 2014 European Film Award for Best Animated Feature Film, and the 2013 Tallinn Black Nights Film Festival Award for Best Children’s Film. Now it is vying for the Best Animated Film for the 87th Oscar Awards.
by Alex Valentine Brosas