Noisy Boy.

It’s been almost half an hour since it ended and my heart is still pounding like a drum in my ears, my hands are shaking from the rush, my legs are wobbly and knees so weak I can barely stand, my temperature  has shot up to that of the sun. My eyes, well, I tear with inspiration.

How do I describe this experience?

I was on the edge of my seat, my palms sweaty and dripping with drool from my tight balled-up fists that I stuck in my mouth to stop myself from screaming.

For one and a half hours, my focus revolved one hundred percent around a man, his son… and a robot.

It is clear to me now. Every decision I have ever made has led up to this moment.

I would like to take this opportunity to thank the people who made this movie happen. You are God’s gift to me. And when my Youtube Channel goes viral, I can only hope that you would consider me your pupil and may we make many movies together that will inspire this world for generations to come.

Totally worth going to the mall twice today.

Okay, all over-exaggerations aside, this movie is proof that you don’t need to have sex scenes to make a movie touch a life, propel it to greatness or give it hope.

The little boy who acted really did a good job. The  music was moving, elevating, escalating, uplifting and all other synonymous words that means my heart be going up-up! The storyline was so good there are no adjectives to describe it, except probably Stupendlousfusamanamusacious. Hugh Jackman makes a violent sport like boxing look really soothing and romantic. The energy from this movie was reverberating throughout the theatre to the point we were applauding every time the underdog got the upper hand.

The down side? I could try really hard to think of one so I don’t sound biased but I…don’t want to?

Lesson Learned: There will always be a Goliath to our David, but no goal is beyond your reach because with hard work, even the seemingly hopeless can achieve anything.


I give this movie 5 out of 5! Maximum inspiration achieved.


Side note: Has anyone noticed the underdog theme has been trending in movies lately?

I would also like to thank Hugh Jackman for working out. Your efforts are never in vain.

I shall give you 6 out of 5 stars. Because I’m feeling generous today.

By the way, if you ever need someone to towel your sweat…

You towel ME.

Thinking of: How I’ll now always root for the underdog, Adele’s Someone Like You, Ajisen Ramen, mah kicks from da Bronx, shopping with the people who make me happy, being cruel to be kind, stalking Steven Spielberg and Hugh Jackman’s arms.

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