Saturday, May 30, 2009
Saturday, May 16, 2009
Friday, May 15, 2009
Saturday, May 9, 2009
A group of interconnected, Baltimore-based twenty- and thirty-somethings navigate their various relationships from the shallow end of the dating pool through the deep, murky waters of married life, trying to read the signs of the opposite sex... and hoping to be the exceptions to the "no-exceptions" rule.
Gigi just wants a man who says he'll call—and does—while Alex advises her to stop sitting by the phone. Beth wonders if she should call it off after years of committed singlehood with her boyfriend, Neil, but he doesn't think there's a single thing wrong with their unmarried life. Janine's not sure if she can trust her husband, Ben, who can't quite trust himself around Anna. Anna can't decide between the sexy married guy, or her straightforward, no-sparks standby, Conor, who can't get over the fact that he can't have her. And Mary, who's found an entire network of loving, supportive men, just needs to find one who's straight.
If you've ever sat by the phone wondering why he said he would call, but didn't, or if you can't figure out why she doesn't want to sleep with you anymore, or why your relationship just isn't going to the next level... he (or she) is just not that into you.
Friday, May 8, 2009
Friday, May 1, 2009
It’s A Boy Girl Thing is a romantic comedy about next-door neighbours who live worlds apart. Woody Deane (Kevin Zegers) and Nell Bedworth (Samaire Armstrong) are sworn enemies.
Woody is the star quarterback of the Westdale Bay High School football team. Woody has it all – good looks, great personality, athletic ability and extreme popularity. With the Homecoming Game just around the corner, Woody is expecting to be drafted to a college team. Either that or he will end up working in his father’s kitchen accessory retail outlet, ‘Spatula World’. Whatever the future brings, Woody has the loving support of his parents Della (Sharon Osbourne) and Stan (Maury Chaykin).
Right next-door is the pretty (in a bookish way), academically astute and socially inept Nell, who also attends Westdale Bay High School. But she is there strictly for the education, attempting to fulfill a life long ambition of attending her dream Ivy League college, Yale. Her mother Katherine (Sherry Miller) has dedicated her lives to this dream – whilst her father Ted (Robert Joy) looks on exasperated.
Woody and Nell may attend the same high school and live in the same neighbourhood but they stay far away from each other. That is, until the two are thrown together on a school field trip, where a heated argument ensues. The fight is so strong and the words so bitter it results in a mysterious twist courtesy of a mischievous Aztec God. The next day they wake up in a very strange place: each other’s body.
Woody finds himself in Nell’s body, a fate worse than death. How many bowls of Katherine’s nutritious oatmeal will he have to consume? He can hardly cope with his new, organized, clean, not to mention boring, girly bedroom complete with her pet cat and soft rock music. He longs for the company of best friend Horse (Mpho Koaho), his head cheerleader girlfriend Breanna (Brooke D’Orsay) and her clique of A-list girls, Tiffany (Genelle Williams) and Chanel (Emily Hampshire). What upside is there being Nell? Well perhaps there is one benefit – like using this body as an entry ticket to an all-girl, all-night, all-out pyjama party. But Woody still has the big football game around the corner and with his new identity he may just miss his chance at a full scholarship and fulfilling his dream.
Things aren’t much better for Nell when she awakes in the body of Woody, in his messy bedroom, in his messy house, with his yelling and swearing mother calling him for breakfast, then sitting down to an unwholesome fried plate of goop. How can people live like this? Where is the order? There is an advantage, like getting a ride to school everyday instead of missing the school bus, and suddenly being part of the ‘in’ crowd. But panic soon hits when Nell realizes her entry interview with Yale Admissions is a week away and if things don’t change fast, she may never realize her dream.
In their new identities they set about to destroy each other’s reputation. Which, lets face it, is a fun thing to do to your worst enemy. But each other’s lives aren’t exactly what they first thought. And when you literally walk a mile in someone else’s shoes, whether they are football cleats or high heels, is the experience enough to change your perspective? Can a little bit of empathy and understanding take a relationship from infuriation to infatuation? And is the only way for Woody and Nell to get what they really want to finally work together? Woody and Nell are about to find out that falling in love can be an out-of-body experience….
Then I had my english speech presentation Zz u know la i got stage phobia want mah was nervous lor that day but at least i did it la haha so proud of it . Lol madam was angry cause got 1 group hor 1 of them say too much and the other fellow just like MC only lucky I am the 1st group to present that is when madam was in a stable mood =D . Hope I get good results lor haha wish me luck though . hehe