Sunday, January 28, 2007

Déjà Vu

It has been so long since i have written a review for a movie. anyway, i saved it for this movie i particularly like. this had so many lines which reminded me of my readings in Metaphysics and Medieval Philosophy. :-)

Déjà Vu
Produced by Jerry Bruckheimer (same guy who gave us CSI), Directed by Tony Scott, Starring Denzel Washington and Val Kilmer

It was beautifully tied up. One will really want to go back and watch the movie again and still will find oneself baffled at how they make two ends meet. There were a lot of times in the movie where the viewer will have to ask himself, why so? That is, if the viewer is careful enough to notice these 'planted' discrepancies. The manipulation of technology made it so believable, that one will really have to think, this technology 'might' already be available in out present time. I also liked the way they tried to explain the 'folding of time.' Although I have heard this explanation from some other movie (or was it my Physics teacher trying to explain A. Einstein), it did not fail my brother in the community to ask me how I understood the explanation. It also was a great topic for discussion. Meanwhile, Denzel Washington was never a disappointment in this movie (or was he ever). Whether playing the bad guy or good guy, he delivers it well. Great pick, Tony! Val Kilmer, got old and fat, did he not? hehehehe. Although, playing the good cop as well, he made sure his presence was felt in the scene. All in all, I would rate this movie as 'must see on the big screen.'

Thursday, January 18, 2007


for male college students
and young professionals

SUNDAY, JAN 28,2007
1:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. (half day)
(inlcuding Sunday Mass)

Loyola House of Studies
Ateneo de Manila University
Loyola Hgts, QC


Wednesday, 31 January 2007
7:00 pm - 10:00pm (evening activity)

Generali Pilipinas Training Room
G/F Gercon Plaza
7901 Makati Ave, Makati

VocProm Office 426.6101
Atong,SJ 0927-6492119

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