Scene Stealers

Posted On August 14, 2010

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Review by Gladys Renee B. Calubiran, 11, Holy Spirit School

Running away isn’t always a good idea for children when dealing with problems on their parents, relatives or guardians. Well, that is what the brothers, Prosper and Bo, do when their aunt and uncle force them to separate paths. (Read More)

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One royal battle

Posted On May 29, 2010

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Review by Royce Chua, 15, Xavier School

Dastan and Tamina, on a quest to uncover the one responsible for the King’s death

Do you have an organizer or a calendar? People say destiny is like that, like some kind of a plan, a schedule. The movie “Prince of Persia”, which was based on a video game, asked that question. But it never managed to answer it. Maybe, it wanted us to come up with our own conclusions. (Read More)

Wild imagination

Posted On May 29, 2010

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Review by Colleen Anne Chua, 11, Assumption College

I have always felt that toys like the Spray Art Studio set would only captivate the senses and minds of artists-at-heart and hopeful artists. But while playing with it with my friend Jel, I felt the same excitement and thrill that an artsy person would have probably felt and I tell you, I am not artsy! (Read More)

One book, different endings

Posted On May 29, 2010

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Review by Gene Daniel M. Floresca, 11, South Crest School of Muntinlupa

I like reading the Choose Your Own Adventure (CYOA) series because they inspire me to read more books with fewer pictures in them. My first time to read this type of book was last year when I had nothing much to do and my mom suggested that I start reading paperbacks instead of just magazines or comic books. She showed me where to look in our bookshelves and I picked out a book called “The Power Dome.” (Read More)

Farewell Shrek

Posted On May 22, 2010

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Bianca Angelica Diaz Añago, 11, Starland International School – Cubao

Shrek with Rumpelstiltskin

Is there really a “happy ever after”? Yeah there is but not without some little annoyances and troubles in between. The fourth movie of our resident ogres “Shrek Forever After” showed that even fairytales don’t have perfectly happy-ever-afters. (Read More)

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