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Don't mind this ending if one could see Wesley Snipes' badass Blade in action again.... :)
Presence of Blade is shoking........
How the 4th movie will end o.o
This is what happens when the wife neglects her "duties" to her hubby---he goes astrayKUALA TERENGGANU - Angry villagers in Kampung Pulau Bahagia, Manir, caught and tied a Peeping tom to an electric pole before handing him over to the police.The store manager of a hypermarket was naked when he was caught spying on a 23-year-old woman at about 1.15am here yesterday.Her father, who is a factory operator, and brother found the 29-year-old perched on the wooden stairs at the back of their house.They shouted at the suspect who promptly bolted. The duo chased him for about 200m before apprehending him with the help of other villagers.With only a T-shirt covering his private parts, the manager was tied to the pole before he was handed over to Manir policemen.Terengganu CID chief Asst Comm K. Manoharan said the suspect had hidden his motorcycle and clothing some 300m from the victim’s home.“We are not ruling out the possibility that the suspect was also trying to break into the house,” he said.“He has a prior record for breaking into houses and also tested positive for methamphetamine.”The Star
How do you know he has a wife? wakakaka
Am I wrong to jump into conclusion that this a modern day version of the orang minyak (minus the oil) out on a nite of orgy.....wow, very pre-planned, motorbike and clothes hidden 300 metres away from victim's house. Hahaha....indeed, how do you know if he has a wife? IF he has one, she is one pitiful wife, duty-ful or not.
I bet some of your readers (more matured ones, perhaps) may not have the slightest notion what that picture is all about.Not surprising, really. I know of some people who haven't been to a movie for years and are proud of the fact. Movies nowadays are geared towards young people - those in their teens and early twenties. Middle-agers and above are generally too busy with work or bringing up a family to bother with movies; mostly they think it's a waste of time.
There's vids and online movies aplenty.... so movies in cinemas are no longer a must, moreover, some find going to cinemas a drag.My parents are avid movie/drama buff and watch all latest via online and vids.But it's true some of the 'older' ones might not have a clue to this pic.
There's a significant span of period between Blade (which I love) and Twilight (which I haven't seen at all, though I'm aware of what it's about)