Friday, October 23, 2009

5 Movies That Could Have Ended Quickly

Inspired by cracked.com, I present to you 5 Movies That Could Have Ended Quickly.

#1. The Dark Knight



If only Batman just kill the heck out of Joker when Joker is helplessly standing right in front of him...

#2. Aladdin



If only Aladdin had thought of wishing for more wishes...

#3. Harry Potter



If only Voldemort apologize to Harry...

#4. The Terminator



If only Skynet had thought of sending many many assassin robots way back in time to kill a harmless baby Sarah Connor...

#5. Transformers : Revenge of the Fallen



If only Sam had known that Google is the best search engine in the world...

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To make up for the short post above, I will make a small analysis ahead of the big match between Liverpool F.C. and Manchester United F.C. this coming weekend. I will try to be as unbiased as possible :p




Liverpool's point of view:
Losing 4 games on the trot is certainly not a big four material. The Premier League and Champions League is at stake. The game against Manchester United this weekend will definitely prove to be vital if Liverpool are to finally live up to their seasonal quote of "Next year we will win it".

Liverpool will come into this game with a mental state of getting back to form and prove to the world they are still a contender. I'd say they will throw everything out to win the game, and nothing else. It's more of a "getting-back-to-form" than the traditional "league's deadliest rivalry match" atmosphere for Liverpool.

Manchester United's point of view:
On the contrary, Manchester United has enjoyed a long undefeated run since the Burnley game, eventually topping the league table. The game against Liverpool is an important one as Manchester United look to get back revenge for last season's defeat. Also, a win in this game will just prove to many just how independent Manchester United is without Cristiano Ronaldo.

However, Manchester United's goalscoring performance has failed to impress me. They are able to dominate all over the pitch, but when it comes to scoring, there is a slight problem.

Will Liverpool win?
If Gerrard and Torres are able to make a miraculous recovery, then they may have a chance as this will rejuvenate inspiration and motivation to the team.

Will Manchester United win?
If Giggs can recover by Saturday, and able to play, I'd say Manchester United will have a very bright chance of winning the game.

My prediction:
Liverpool 0-1 Manchester United

Berbatov will score a deadly header from half-way line! xD

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