There are so many stages in life - infant, child, teen, adult, middle-age, and oldies. One of the most important and most vivid memories would be our childhood~ Yes, we grew up playing with games and toys. This time, Toy Story 3 is telling us teenagers or almost grown-ups to learn how to let go some of our pasts! It had been quite some time that a cartoon is that touching! Last time, I truly adored Up(here). It was superb in creating a cycle of life which touched me deeply from life to death and after! Even though Toy Story 3 wasn't as touching as Up, it really moved my heart when Andy finally played them for one last time before handing them to a good owner! Letting go wasn't that easy when you hold to something very deeply! For me, I think I did let go some of themThe hardest thing would be letting go! Every time, I think of the scene where Andy finally letting go; it was somewhat heart-aching for me(><)~~~~
Rating : 7.5/10
The second movie was Triple Tap which was supposed to be the sequel by Leslie Chung. But, this movie was a bit too generic! It reminded me of another movie - Accident. Haiz, I wonder why Louis Knoo would act in such types of movie - suspension with a twist?! But, in this movie, his acting skills were even worse in Accident. The whole movie - he got only 1 expression(@@).
Needless to say more, yes, this movie was a bit forceful! It didn't have the previous Stephen Chow naturalness in making jokes(><)~~~ Especially, the main actor was trying to be funny all the time which made the whole thing not funny at all!