Shape Of My Heart


Shape Of My Heart is the Music Passion entry of Jaycee68 for February Edition: HEART

It was also the THEME SONG from the Movie: Leon The Professional


Jaycee mentioned in her post that she “Love the movie and Adore Jean Reno”  🙂

Well I got so curious about it because Natalie Portman, my favorite actress was the leading lady of the said film.

I looked for it in the internet and downloaded it.  I watched it and Jaycee was right, it was really a brilliant film.  I enjoyed watching it.

And so I am excited to watch this film with you guys in our  Cafe Siesta .  And for you to have a copy of the said movie,  I will give the link so that you can download it too.

But first you must have U-TORRENT (bi-Torrent) in your computer:

U Torrent

Click to download

  • And then open ISO-HUNT  on your browser, and search for Leon The Professsional
… or just simply click this :
  • Next click DOWNLOAD– SAVE
  • Then open it, click OK and right away it will go directly to U-TORRENT (bi-torrent)and the movie will be downloaded. The downloading time will depend on how strong/fast is your net and it will finish like few hours or a day or two or more…

It will look like this: u-torrent

Here is the Movie Trailer:

  • And when everything is ready always have your favorite cup of coffee with you 🙂  Enjoy

Happy Weekend Everyone!


Bart The Bear

I don’t know how many cups of coffee we will be drinking today in our cafe siesta because after you’d view the video clip below.  I am sure you’d be so curious about this film about.  Just like when I first viewed it.  I had to find the film or movie about this video clip, of which I did and so I have also posted it here for you to see and enjoy the movie as well.

“Let us by all means save our earth,

so our descendants will marvel at what we marvel”

Grab your coffee with you now and let’s all watch and enjoy the film 🙂

The original title of the film: The Bear / L ‘Ours
Year: 1988
Country: USA, France
Duration: 1:36:23
Director: Jean-Jacques Annaud
Cast: Jack Wallace / Jack Wallace /, Cheques Karyo / Tcheky Karyo /, Andre Luck / Andre Lacomb /
About the film
Among the beautiful and majestic scenery of British Columbia occurred touching story about a bear cub who has lost his mother and left to itself, while the two hunters continue to scour the woods in search of prey.

Fate brings together an orphaned child and a huge wounded bear. Difficult to add up their relationship, but hunters with guns and vicious dogs are much worse. Clash of people and animals is unavoidable.

A movie is in the audience “bearskin” and watching people from the position of the protagonist.


Enjoy The Weekend My Friends!


Hatchi: A Dog’s Tale

After reading Phil’s


Farewell My Faithful Companion

I am inspired to post this movie trailer: Hatchi.

In memory of Phil’s bestfriend,


This is the MOST heartbreaking film of all time. It is about a a college professor who takes in a dog he finds abandoned, and both find their lives changed forever as they form an unbreakable bond. Based on the true story of Hachiko, an Akita dog in 1920s Japan remembered for his remarkable loyalty to his master.



Watch the movie, and this story will take you…

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