Sunday, July 25, 2010

The Sorcerer's Apprentice Screening

Well , im sure everyone know bout this movie and most of you might even watch already . for those who haven't , this is one of the nice to watch movie , especially for those who like to dream in fantasy and like to see the impossible things possible :D

The Sorcerer's Apprentice

Thanks to Nuffnang , i was able to watch this movie 2 days before the actual screening ...


Dave (JAY BARUCHEL) is just an average college student, or so it appears, until the sorcerer Balthazar Blake (NICOLAS CAGE) recruits him as his reluctant protégé and gives him a crash course in the art and science of magic. As he prepares for a battle against the forces of darkness in modern-day Manhattan, Dave finds it is going to take all of the courage he can muster to survive his training, save the city and get the girl as he becomes THE SORCERER’S APPRENTICE.

This movie is quite nice with all those joke and amazing magical skill . which will be nice if i can do those .

This movie is basically about the war between the good and evil .
It talks about 3 students of the great merlin sorcerer ( the good side ) fight against the evil witchs . bcos of jealousy and anger ( as Horvath jealous with balthazar for being together with Veronica ) , one of the 3 student ( Horvath ) betray his master and help the evil witch who try to take over the world by reviving the death army , which kill merlin ( the good one ) during the fight , and another student was captured ( Veronica ) along with the evil witch in a doll ( grimhold ) . the remaining student ( Balthazar ) , continue his journey around the world to search for the " choosen one " so that he can end the fight with the evil witch and save the world .

Well , for more , you should go watch for yourself ... as im not good in stories telling :P

Thursday, July 22, 2010

“Tekken is in the Cinemas!!”

Yes you heard it right !! Tekken , the world known games series is in the movie this coming August !!!!

Here is some information bout this movie ....


The critically acclaimed Namco videogame franchise TEKKENTM is set to come to life on the big screen. Rising from the ashes of a crumbled civilization, gladiatorial combat has replaced warfare, and ruthless fighters pit themselves against one another in a bid for global supremacy. In the midst of the greatest tournament ever known, one warrior attempts to fulfill his destiny and become King of the Iron Fist.
Civilization as we know it has been destroyed and in it’s place a dystopian world order has arisen with seven all-powerful corporations controlling the planet. America is under the totalitarian leadership of the mighty Tekken Corporation and it’s CEO Heihachi Mishima (Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa), who rules absolutely from the capital of Tekken City. Those outside the metropolis’s walls lead a life of fear and despair, fighting for survival as outcasts in a harsh world where resources are scarce. Rising from this poverty is Jin (Jon Foo), who is driven by nothing more than a desire to murder the man who killed his mother (Tamyln Tomita). In order to exact his revenge Jin must defeat the world’s most elite fighters and win the ‘Iron Fist’ Tournament. However this journey will show Jin a past that his mother had tried to hide from him and force him to realize a future that threatens to tear him apart.

For me , this will be a very interesting movie as i only used to play in arcade game or psp but to see it in movie , its something worth waiting for ...

My favourite character in this Tekken would be Marshall Law !!!!

Here is a pic of him if you want to know :)

Look Familiar !? Its like Bruce Lee in game :P

I like his fast fist , fast kick and his backflip kick , not once or twice , triple !!! Feels like Bruce Lee is in my control :P

Oh ya , for all Nuffnanger out there ... there is a chance for you to grab the tickets too .... all you gotta do is ;

  1. 1)Write a blog post with the title “Tekken is in the Cinemas!!”
  2. 1)Share with us which Tekken character you like the most.
  3. 1)Comment on this blog post with the permalink of your written blog post .

Well , hope i can get the tickets too ............. :D

Monday, July 19, 2010

Inception Movie Screening


Inception .
This is the new movie which i think it is awesome . especially on their graphics .

here is the sypnosis

Dom Cobb (Leonardo DiCaprio) is a skilled thief, the absolute best in the dangerous art of extraction: stealing valuable secrets from deep within the subconscious during the dream state when the mind is at its most vulnerable. Cobb’s rare ability has made him a coveted player in this treacherous new world of corporate espionage, but it has also made him an international fugitive and cost him everything he has ever loved. Now Cobb is being offered a chance at redemption. One last job could give him his life back but only if he can accomplish the impossible—inception. Instead of the perfect heist, Cobb and his team of specialists have to pull off the reverse; their task is not to steal an idea but to plant one. If they succeed, it could be the perfect crime.

But no amount of careful planning or expertise can prepare the team for the dangerous enemy that seems to predict their every move. An enemy that only Cobb could have seen coming.
This summer, your mind is the scene of the crime.

The movie is saying about how people can actually HACK inside your brain to put , steal or remove something from your memories ...
The movie is nice , except that you gotta figure out or give yourself of what is the actual ending .... Gives you something to think or debate about .....

this movie is really nice and interesting , but then you must stay with the movie whole time or else you will not know what is actually happening .

Thanks again to Nuffnang for Inviting me for the screening last week at GSC Mid Valley .
The next movie screening will be THE SORCERER'S APPRENTICE .

Thursday, July 15, 2010

New prices for fuel, cooking gas and sugar from midnight

Attention Attention !!!!

Prices of sugar, petrol, LPG, diesel to go up Friday

Subsidy removed for RON 97 petrol

KUALA LUMPUR: From Friday, the subsidies for sugar, petrol, liquefied petroleum gas and diesel will be cut as part of the gradual subsidy rationalisation programme, according to a statement from the Prime Minister’s office on Thursday.

The price of sugar will go up 25sen to RM1.75 per kg; LPG will go up 10sen to RM1.85 per kg; petrol RON95 will be up 5sen to RM1.85 per litre and diesel will be up 5sen to RM1.75 per litre.

RON 97 will no longer be subsidised. It will be subjected to a managed float, where the price will be determined by the automatic pricing mechanism, the statement said.

The details of these changes are now available on the PMO and PEMANDU websites, at: and

On May 27, Minister in the Prime Minister’s Department Datuk Seri Idris Jala had said that Malaysia would be bankrupt by 2019 if it did not cut subsidies and rein in borrowings.

He had said that Malaysia's debt would rise to 100% of GDP by 2019 from the current 54% if it did not cut subsidies.

Meanwhile, In ALOR SETAR, Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak said that when implementing the subsidy rationalisation plan, the Government would seek not to burden the people.

He said the rationalisation move was necessary to reduce Government expenditure and strengthen the financial position of the country.

“It will help reduce the fiscal deficit so that world and local markets will have more confidence in the national economy,” he told newsmen after opening the Kuala Kedah Umno division meeting here on Thursday.

He added that the Government was reviewing all types of subsidies.

The full press statement from the Prime Minister’s office is below:

1. To help Malaysia maintain the strong growth it has achieved, the Government has implemented difficult but long-needed economic reforms that will help Malaysia become a developed and high-income nation. In this regard, the Government has begun a planned and fair reform of a subsidy regime that for too long has been ineffective in helping those who need it most and, over time, has become a barrier to Malaysia’s progress.

2. The Government has made bold economic decisions over the past two years. Two stimulus packages were introduced, promoting growth, even as the global financial crisis spread. Important sectors of our economy further liberalised were opened to new investment.

The Government cut spending by RM24 billion, by reducing waste and inefficiency. As a result, the country’s economy has been reinvigorated, with 10.1% growth in the first quarter of 2010, Malaysia’s best performance in a decade. Although there is still instability in the global economy, Malaysia is well positioned for the future – not by chance, but by the choices we have made together.

3. As set out by the Prime Minister when he announced the 10th Malaysia Plan, Malaysia’s national goals cannot be achieved by simply managing through a crisis. Malaysia’s ambition is to be a high-income nation, with opportunity for all.

4. In the New Economic Model, the Prime Minister set out plans for further investment in key strategic sectors, upgrading our infrastructure, creating additional private sector investment opportunities and realizing higher levels of GDP growth.

However, growth alone will not allow us to meet our goals. As the Government has consistently said over recent months, we must also implement subsidy reforms that will remove distortions in the marketplace and enable us to better target our resources on those most in need, and on investments that will provide lasting benefits for Malaysians.

5. With these priorities in mind, the Cabinet has decided that, effective 16 July 2010, subsidies for fuel, specifically petrol, diesel and liquefied petroleum gas (LPG), as well as sugar, will be reduced as the first step of a gradual subsidy rationalisation programme.

Subsidies for RON 95 and diesel will be reduced by 5 sen per liter. LPG will be reduced by 10 sen per kilogram. RON 97 will no longer be subsidised. It will be subjected to a managed float, where the price will be determined by the automatic pricing mechanism. For sugar, the upward price adjustment will be 25 sen per kilogram. The details of these changes are now available on the PMO and PEMANDU websites, at: and

6. These minimal changes will help Malaysia achieve a position of fiscal responsibility and put us on a path toward reducing our deficit. To meet these objectives, we have chosen to make adjustments to our subsidies. Even after these changes, the Government will still spend an estimated RM 7.82 billion on fuel and sugar subsidies in 2010. The prices of fuel and sugar in Malaysia will still be among the lowest in the region.

7. This subsidy rationalisation will, according to estimates, allow Malaysia to reduce Government expenditure by more than RM 750 million in 2010.

8. The decision to reduce subsidies for fuel and sugar is based on the fact that reducing fuel subsidies will have the greatest impact on government spending and reducing sugar subsidies will allow us to promote healthier lifestyles. The decision is also grounded on three main concerns:

a. First, these subsidies also benefit foreigners and wealthier Malaysians, who can well afford to pay unsubsidised prices. Our focus should be on helping the family sharing a motorcycle or Kancil to get to work and school, but instead our spending on subsidies has provided the same benefits to those driving imported luxury cars.

The sugar subsidy disproportionately benefits industries, not families. Businesses have been using almost twice as much subsidised sugar as Malaysian households.

b. Second, highly subsidised prices often lead to illegal smuggling of these goods. Because subsidies make these products the cheapest in the region, in 2009 alone smugglers were caught heading out of Malaysia with more than 200 metric tonnes of sugar to be sold across borders.

Also, subsidised diesel continues to go to the black market or across our borders, instead of to those we meant to assist. Law enforcement have been doing their best to prevent smuggling, with 109 sugar related arrests last year. This is the tip of the iceberg. As long as there are big price differences, smuggling will continue. And:

c. Third, unless we reduce our consumption of fuel and sugar, we face potentially serious consequences as a nation. We are quickly depleting our domestic fuel resources. It is vital that we rationalise our fuel use – as well as develop new energy technologies - as a matter of economic, energy and national security.

In this regard, we have implemented a number of policies to protect the environment. We must also reduce our sugar consumption. 40 percent of Malaysians are now either overweight or obese.

Incidents of diabetes are rising quickly. Statistics show that the percentage of Malaysians with diabetes now exceeds that in the United States. We must, as a matter of urgency, take every step available to tackle what is clearly a public health issue for our nation. Reducing sugar consumption, among our children in particular, is a step in the right direction.

9. These are among the reasons why the Government has chosen to focus on sugar and fuel subsidies. Subsidies for education and health care will continue. These are areas of importance for our economy and our society where the Government should be investing.

These include, providing support to develop skills, training the knowledge based workforce of the future and improving the well-being of the nation.

10. The Government arrived at this decision following robust consultations with the people. Thousands of Malaysians participated in the policy labs, Open Day and an unprecedented public feedback process.

As with subsidy reform, the budget, the Government Transformation Program and now the National Key Economic Areas, the Government has made a determined effort to engage the public, listen and learn, and then act in the best interest of the nation.

11. These measures are designed to have a minimal impact on individual families, but long-term benefits for the nation. The reduction in expenditure from these reforms will allow us to better use resources for families, communities and business growth.

Measures such as the 1Malaysia clinics, the 1Malaysia mobile clinics, as well as the scholarships for all 9A+ and deserving students, specifically those who have done well, but come from lower income families, are made possible by such reforms.

Similarly, by reducing expenditure on subsidies we will be able to continue strengthening such initiatives as the price standardisation project, which seeks to harmonise prices of essential goods between urban and rural areas in Sabah and Sarawak.

12. The Government has made a difficult, but bold decision. By choosing to implement these modest subsidy reforms, we have taken a crucial step in the right direction towards meeting our commitment to reduce the fiscal deficit, without overburdening the Malaysian people.

These measures are a demonstration of our fiscal responsibility. They will enhance Malaysia’s financial stability, while also protecting the Rakyat.

Prime Minister’s Office
15 July 2010

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Thursday, July 1, 2010

“I wanna be The Sorcerer’s Apprentice”

Sorcerer : A Magician or wizard ( for real , not like Cyril ) .

As a Sorcerer : Will be able to perform magical skill ( Paranormal ) which turns the impossible to possible ( No More Mission Impossible ) .

Me , as a Sorcerer : I'll be able to do the Impossible things = im the KING ! ( *Muahahahha* Evil Grin )

If there is a Sorcerer who ask me " yo dude , wanna be my apprentice ? " There's no need to think , YES ! I wanna be The Sorcerer's Apprentice !!!! Why ??

Very very obvious la .... if i am the sorcerer .... i can do anything , anytime i like ... who dare to talk things behind me will be be facing mouth zipping spell . No more monthly payment for my car ( for what ?! alakazam and im at the place i want to be ) . Who try to pick a fight with me will be turn into chicken , cat , dog or even pig . ( Muahahahahha ) Then i will be the magical Batman and protect the world from the bad guy , will be the magical robinhood to share wealth with the poor , the magical doctor who heal all the sickness in the world , turn all the poison gas in the world to clean healthy air , and make the world a better place for you and me :P
( Being the world popular man should be nice ... all the money , ladies .... muahahaha ..... :P )
Ok ok ... enough with the imagination and dreaming .........

Let me tell you about the new movie which is coming to town !

The Sorcerer's Apprentice


Dave (JAY BARUCHEL) is just an average college student, or so it appears, until the sorcerer Balthazar Blake (NICOLAS CAGE) recruits him as his reluctant protégé and gives him a crash course in the art and science of magic. As he prepares for a battle against the forces of darkness in modern-day Manhattan, Dave finds it is going to take all of the courage he can muster to survive his training, save the city and get the girl as he becomes THE SORCERER’S APPRENTICE.

and thanks to Nuffnang , they will be inviting 60 Nuffnanger and Partner to watch the movie 2 days before the actual screening date . ( Pray Pray Pray ... Pray the im on of the lucky one .... )

To win yourself a pair of invites to catch The Sorcerer’s Apprentice in the big screen, you just have to;
  1. Write a blog post with the title “I wanna be The Sorcerer’s Apprentice”
  2. Share with us why do you wanna be The Sorcerer’s Apprentice and what would you do with your new magical powers.
  3. Comment on this blog post with the permalink of your written blog post.

( * Oh ya ... Only open for Nuffnang Glitterati bloggers * )
For more info ... Click HERE