Thursday, September 20, 2012

The Lord of the Rings and a few blabberings.

That moment when you have nothing else to watch so you settle for something you've watched before. I thought having a Harry Potter Marathon would take, like, two days... so, yeah. The Lord of the Ring it is!

Seriously, sobrang haba ng trilogy but it was so epic, I cried. Konti lang. Lol. :D

Just a few things:

This guy. He's just so gwapo. I fell in love with him all over again. Nagtataka lang talaga ako... Bakit hindi siya nauubusan ng arrows? (-__-) Where and when did he even get a refill?! I demand an answer.

Isa pa 'to. Pretty, right? Is she really Steve Tyler's daughter? Dafudge. Ever since Armageddon, I've wondered how come this girl was a product of his sperm.


Think of it weird, but Smeagol is really my favorite LOTR character. Despite the fact that he turned Frodo against Sam, I still love him. I'm hating Precious right now, though. She's the one to blame. Damn, I really hate her (it?).

Monday, September 17, 2012

Tuxqs Rutaquio & CCP-TP Present: Layeta Bucoy’s “Walang Kukurap”

 “Kung gusto mong mabuhay sa mundong ‘to, kailangan mong maging halimaw. Gusto mong maging anghel? Dun! Pakuha ka kay Lord!” [Paraphrased]

This is one of the most catching lines (or at least how I understood it) that got me when I watched Layeta Bucoy’s “Walang Kukurap” last September 16, 2012. Presented by the Cultural Center of the Philippines and the Tanghalang Pilipino (TP), this drama was able to capture its audience and ensnare them into seeing the dirty world of politics here in the Philippines. Set in a small town, the play revolved around different kinds

Sunday, September 9, 2012

John Greene | The Fault in Our Stars

After reading tons of reviews about this book, I got so curious. So putting an end to my curiosity, I started reading. And I can't put it down. At first I thought it was just some kind of a I'm-a-teenager-I-fell-in-love-but-I-am-sick-and-I-died-go-cry kind of book but really, this book is more than that.

It's different from all your lovey-dovey star-crossed lovers kind of novels. It's more than that, I promise. John Green made points about youth, love, family, loss, humor, friendship, hope, acceptance, beauty -  everything. 

The construction of paragraphs may not be of my preference, but the way his words will see through you is just beyond imagination.

Sunday, September 2, 2012

I used to say never say never.


Omygosh, after a long wait, it's out! Watch! :)

Taylor Swift's latest single from her upcoming album RED, We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together had it's Music Video release yesterday.


That guy does not resemble Adam Levine. Please.