[may contain spoilers]
I was sceptical when I first read about the reviews, and I did not like Lola Bunny’s new design (she looks like an aunt lol). So, I had low expectations when I watched it. It turns out to be enjoyable and light-hearted. Anyway, without much further ado, here are the deets.
[ ] Mute it
[✔] Can’t remember so no comment
[ ] Adding to my playlist
[ ] Everyone, let’s sing!
[ ] Eyesore
[ ] Not bad
[ ] Good
[ ] What plot?
[✔] Nothing special but enjoyable
[ ] Good table talk
[ ] Mind-blown Inception style
[ ] Fell asleep
[ ] Just to kill time
[✔] I paid attention
[ ] What a roller coaster!
Porcupine Skewers Food
From a quaint place called Porcupine Skewers. Looks tasty and is tasty.
Underrated (Hardly mentioned)
- Emperor’s New Groove – It’s funny, it’s nice but not many has heard of it
- The Rescuers – Animation is superb, so is the story yet not many knows this
- Wreck-It-Ralph – Heartwarming and something different
- Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron – Inspirational; four-legged creatures aren’t easy to animate but this looks beautifully done
- Balto – Strong animation, motivational story.
Overrated (Seen too much hype and fan stuffs on it)
- Frozen – Sure, the animation is beautiful but the story isn’t worth the hype (or this is probably due to the singing). The story felt similar to Brave.
- Rise Of The Guardians – It felt childish, definitely not recommended for adults. Animation and graphics are great. Typically, all other guardians look like weaklings as opposed to Jack.
- Brave – all over the place and predictable story, cliche main character
- Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs – Don’t get me wrong, I enjoyed it. I just don’t think it is worth that much attention.
- Kungfu Panda – Insulting stereotype with an unappealing main character and predictable storyline.
Wacom Intuos 5
I received my early birthday present today. I had been using Wacom Bamboo for the past five years until it has been giving me problems. I wondered what was the difference between that and this new drawing tablet. I could immediately tell the difference when I started using it, here is a list:
- Writing on Bamboo is like writing on plastic whereas Intuos 5 has a more paper-like feel.
- I have more control over the strokes of the brush.
- There are plenty of refills for the pen nib and different nibs for different kinds of drawing.
- It has a wireless option which might come in handy in the future (of course, it needs battery).
- It has a touch option available.
- The medium size of Intuos 5 is much larger than the medium size of Bamboo. Slightly longer than an A4 but just right for travels. I only wished that the drawing interface covers most of the tablet instead of having so much extra space around the drawing interface.
- The grip of the pen feels steadier and it has much more pressure levels.
Let’s hope it lasts as long as or perhaps longer than Bamboo.