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Tuesday, January 01, 2008

10 Most-viewed SWIFTY, WRITING Posts of 2007

Happy new year, you all. Here are the top ten most-viewed posts of 2007.

1) 10 Things To Do After A Break-Up (PS I Hate You list)

May Zhee
May Zhee's advice to heartbroken people recovering from a break-up is popular among heartbroken people Googling on how to recover from a break-up.


2) R. I. P. Loga of Alleycats

the late Loga of Alleycats
Loga was a member of a legendary Malaysian pop band, Alleycats. My father was the band's producer, so I still have some childhood memories of him and the band.


3) Koda Kumi - Black Cherry
Koda Kumi Black Cherry
Justin thought Koda Kumi's Black Cherry was merely okay. Die-hard Koda Kumi disagreed.


4) Swifty Reviews 'Twins Mission 雙子神偷'

Twins Mission
I shat on one of the worst films of the year.


5) Swifty Reviews 'Bridge To Terabithia'

Bridge To Terabithia
Underrated film that left many people outraged by its misleading ad campaign. It's really a coming-of-age drama with some imaginary fantasy sequences, and not a fantasy action-adventure as depicted in trailers.


6) Swifty Reviews 'Mr. Bean's Holiday'


Whether the entire film is good is debatable. But the film-within-a-film directed, written, produced, composed and acted by Carson Clay (William Defoe) was awesome.


7) R. I. P. Izumi Sakai AKA Zard


The latest comment in this post demanded more investigations on the death of the late Jpop queen who ruled the 90s.


8) What Is The Most Beautiful Language? And The Ugliest?

Gunter Grass the Nazi
A candid MSN conversation between Justin and I discussing the most beautiful and ugliest languages in the world. Oh, Gunter Grass got dissed for being a Nazi too.


9) Crystal Kay - Call Me Miss


Justin made hardcore Crystal Kay fans cry because he compared the songs of the Jpop singer with Neptunes and Timbaland's. The fact that the album review was a flattering one was overlooked.


10) Swifty Reviews 'Paris Je t'Aime (Paris, I Love You)'


I ranked the segments of the anthology in order of preference, also embedded some that were uploaded on Youtube, like Tom Tykwer's FAUBOURG SAINT-DENIS, starring Natalie Portman (pic above).
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