My life as a Malaysian doctor in the United States.
Friday, July 22, 2011
Transformers 3: Dark of the Moon
Predictable storyline, check. Wooden acting, check. Excessive action scenes with fighting robots, check. Hot chick, check.
Wife and I went out for date night today, and caught Transformers: Dark of the Moon. And it was my first 3D movie, and I had to say despite the superficial movie plot, I really enjoyed it! If you grew up watching the cartoons, then the movies are going to the a must-see.
And despite the lack of acting experiences, I thought Rosie Huntington-Whiteley did a pretty decent job. Not that Megan Fox is close to winning an Oscar anytime soon. And I have to say, seeing the first 60 seconds of Rosie on the big screen in 3D was nothing short of spectacular (if you've seen the show, you know what I mean). There was a unanimous gasp coming from the moviegoers.
Perhaps it was somewhat of a coincidence too that was watched it tonight, and that men first stepped on the moon July 21st.
(P/S: was that really Buzz Aldrin in the show? If it was, that was pretty damn cool)
A Malaysian endocrinologist, trained in a major academic center in USA, and now surviving in the world of practice after 12 years of training.
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