I don't need perfect--no, not even right.
I NEED YOU. *currently helping out a friend finish a script for his short film when I’m supposed to be working on my piled-up papers and reports. Oh the joys of film-making.
Haven’t been posting lately, I know, even when a lot of things have happened lately. But those are things I really wouldn’t want to post away. Anyway, if you haven’t noticed, I stopped my Project 365 because my N95 phone’s gone after a month or so. Taking photos is still quite depressing until now. I’m also back on RareJob, and trying very hard to get my market value...
Movie Review: 127 Hours
We all know the story of Aron Ralston. If you don’t, it just makes watching this movie even better. The challenge of a book-adaptation or real-life-based story like this is that it tends to be very predictable; and the film tried to keep viewers from getting bored by getting into Ralston’s mind with all his hallucinations and flash backs. It isn’t for the weak of heart—or...
Movie Review: Love And Other Drugs
This, so far, is perhaps the most realistic and like-able chic flick I’ve seen or at least remember. No moonlight love-making or mushy slow-dancing; just pure and intentional fucking—which is what really happens. The film was smart, funny, and melodramatic at the same time; but when it all comes down to it, it’s still just another chic flick. The story is a bit like a Nicholas...
Who is the most important person in the world to...
Me. I dare you to move.
Like a volcano she stands with and against rich earth.
And I guess all I'm trying to say is: HAPPY...
I know I don’t get to tell you this a lot: I love you, and no big boobs, pretty face or six-pack abs can change that easily. Just an exact replica of Lans Rosales, perhaps. Thank you for the best of times. Yours—‘nuff said, The Princess Who’ll Jump Off The Castle to Meet You Seven Days And Another of The Week
(x2 + y2 − 1)3 − x2y3 = 0 : I can't believe I...
To the Anon who posted this on my Formspring, I found that cute but annoying—in a good way. Thanks. Happy (x2 + y2 − 1)3 − x2y3 = 0 to you too.
Like sparkles, it falls under the shadow where even a split-second glimpse is a life-long observation. Filling in, covering sheets anew becomes a challenge where only unwillingness is a misfortune. For fear of loss again and again again where soon we lie under cliches unconsciously built with reluctance to believe. After all a Freudian slip is not on shallow waters but in...
Being a boy is not an excuse for being an asshole.
It's true that the one who makes you happy is the...
Ano ng ginagawa mo sa sarili mo?
Pinapataba ko lang sarili ko. Bakit? I dare you to move.
Last person you kissed(not your mom/sister or...
Lans. I dare you to move.
Movie Review: The Rite
Yes, I may have had my moments of burying my face with my hands, but I didn’t really find the movie scary at all. Although Anthony Hopkins did well as usual, the movie was plain and was too much of a rip-off. With a story almost like a cliche, the movie runs around a skeptic seminarian who was asked to attend to exorcism lessons in Rome for 6 months. He goes face-to-face with real...
THIS PLACE IS NOTHING BUT DEPRESSING.
This makes me sad :(
sometimeskaren: pappimeal: traumatrae: penishole: Do the right thing, America. Please.
Honestly, I don't have a "type." If I like you, I...
Although I would love to have a pretty and sexy girlfriend.
Project 365 Day 36: Goodbye, Phone
02.05.11 ‘Nuff said.
Grabe naman yung tanong ng tanong sayo. Di ata...
Hehe. Eh problema na nila yun. XD I dare you to move.
Do you ever feel like a plastic bag?
Do you ever feel, feel so paper thin? I dare you to move.
bakit ang cool mo Sam?
Eh bakit ang hot mo? Hihi. :”) I dare you to move.
nyek.bkt ayaw mong umamin na hndi n?
Kasi wala naman akong kailangang aminin. =)) I dare you to move.
Project 365 Day 33: With Three Elberts And a Paulo
*Habang pababa ng LRT*
Elbert: May bababa po. Wag niyo po kami salubungin. Hindi po namin kayo kamaganak!
Top 3 movies?
Fight Club, Meet Joe Black, Imagine Me And You I dare you to move.
Imagine that you are standing in front of the...
Si Cristine Reyes. I dare you to move.