Monday, May 29, 2006
Watched Brokeback Mountain
I like it. But be warned, this movie is depressing. It's sweet and cute (yeah, the cuddling scenes), but depressing.
It is also anything but boring. Vivian, it is not
boring. It's captivating; so much so that even I held my pee so that I wouldn't miss any part of the movie.
Not your everyday romance movie, this one. Heck, the two lovers involved are men. It doesn't even have a happy ending.Oooh. The violent kisses. The sweet, violent kisses...
The repressed passion was torturing to watch. Much sympathy to Jack Twist (Jake Gyllenhaal). I feel you man. I really do.
Still suffering from the post-brokeback depression. Can't wait to go to class so I can take my mind off the movie for a bit. No wonder it is critically acclaimed; it hits you so hard that you feel the damage long after the impact. That is, of course, if you are not lulled to sleep by the gay antics.send comments to firstname.lastname@example.org
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Sunday, May 28, 2006
**What a Lovely...**
...dream I had last night...
...I was in a house full of famous actors... I was one of them... we were housemates... and this one guy was there too...
...my all-time favourite male model...
...why? Why? Why? Why did morning come?send comments to email@example.com
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Wednesday, May 24, 2006
The holidays are almost over -- 5 days left before classes start again. I'm not ready yet.
In the course of just two weeks, about half of the Raros
group have gone back to their homelands. Sad, really, to see the people -- whom I've gotten to know and love -- leave, not knowing whether we would ever meet again.
At the same time, I'm jealous. They get to go back to the comfort of their homes. Sleep in the bed since they were young. Eat mom's food. Lie in that familiar-smelling couch. Bicker with their siblings. And all those other things I've taken for granted.
In the case of the Raros
group, I don't think we'll be initiating new members into it. No one can replace the ones that have left. Not ever.
We, the Raros
, have our own table in the cafeteria. We even have fixed seating. It's going to feel really different to not see someone sit at the opposite side of the table. Or to nudge someone sitting beside me.
*Sigh*send comments to firstname.lastname@example.org
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Monday, May 15, 2006
Sorry for not blogging. Thanks for still taking the time to check guys.
I just wasn't in the mood to. Studying for the finals took too much of my internet time.
The holidays have just begun. It's two weeks of boredom. Weird isn't it? Someone complaining about the holidays? I wouldn't if I were home.
Picked up The Da Vinci Code
. Can't get around to start reading it because I already have Memoirs of a Geisha
in mind. Must borrow that soon. Read The Alchemist.
A great book, but more so if I were an atheist. Kinda makes you think if you really have the freedom to live out your own life or God's in control of it. Doubts, doubts.
At night, I flit from room to room, desperately looking for movies. Watched most of them already. Nobody has anything new. But I finally got my hands on Harry Potter: The Goblet of Fire
. I watched it first without my roommate. I'm gonna watch it with him again tonight. Love that movie. Poor Cedric...
On the quest of saving money. A hopeless endeavour. But I must go on because I am low on cash! Oh well. It should get easier over time.
Okay. I'm done blogging. I want to surf the web now.
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Thursday, May 04, 2006
Finals are here.
Finals are for a week.
I hate finals.send comments to firstname.lastname@example.org
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