Tagged: mood: silly

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Memoirs of a Teenage Amnesiac

Memoirs of a Teenage Amnesiac, adaptation of the Japanese novel by Gabrielle Zevin of the same name, stars popular Japanese actor/idol Horikita Maki as Naomi, who loses the memory of her boyfriend and her male best friend.

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Macy Gray – The Sellout

After the success of I Try, it seemed that Macy Gray had only moderate success, even if she had it all going for her. In The Sellout, she is fresh, soothing… and happy. It’s carefree and it’s got a lot of soul.

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Puzzle (Argentinean Film)

Puzzle tells the story of Maria del Carmen, a housewife who has just turned 40-ish, and has spent the last 20 years of her life worrying about her husband and two sons. On her birthday, she receives a puzzle as a gift, and finds out she’s got a natural ability for them.

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f(x) – Nu Abo

The very cooky and extremely dressed SM quintet release their first mini-album since their debut, Nu Abo, serving you very sweet and very happy Kpop, even though the title track is very powerful and just a tad different without being weird.

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Toy Story 3

Whatever your thoughts are about Toy Story and Toy Story 2, if you got the chance to grow up and grow old with the Toy Story franchise, Toy Story 3 will be pull your heart strings.

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SS501 – Destination

The South Korean quintet comes back with a darker concept but hardly a darker sound. I am blown away as to how well produced this mini is. I don’t think that SS501 have sounded as perfect and balanced as they do in Destination.

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Jónsi – Go

Melodic post-rock band Sigur Rós vocalist Jónsi releases his solo debut. Go starts off full of energy to finally tell the story of a life well-lived. Perfection.

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Kick-Ass

Have you ever wondered why nobody has decided to be a superhero in real life? Kick-Ass tells the story of average teenager Dave Lizewski, who decides to become a superhero, but lacks the training and powers to fight against crime… until he meets Big Daddy and Hit Girl.

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Glee – Season 1

We love musicals, we love over-the-top humor, and we love sappy moments, so we love Glee. We have described the show as the love-child result of a wild night between the cult loser show Freaks & Geeks, The WB’s canceled-too-soon Popular, and High School Musical on LSD. Who’s the father? We don’t know.