Thursday, June 25, 2009

I have been feeling out of sorts for the past few days. There are problems and there are problems. There are one or two opps in the offing but I am just not up to it, yet. I had a good bawl yesterday after reading the comment made by my online buddy Splice about my Fathers Day post.

Classes were suspended yesterday by the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services (PAGASA) which normally meant it was a good day to go out gallivanting. The typhoon signal 2 did not manifest yesterday so PAGASA predicted that it would arrive today with all its 55mph sustained winds and rain, today... peksman!!(rough translation is "cross my heart!")

So, since yesterday was a "school" holiday and because my daughters felt I needed some cheering up, daughter #1 got us some special screening tickets for the movie Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen. I liked Transformers 1 but through experience, sequels usually suck. Anyway, the tickets were all paid for so daughters 1, 2, 3 Ethan and I went to see the movie.

It. Was. Awesome! Borrowing Ethna's articulate description - the movie was "wooooo!" It totally rocks! I loved it! I even clapped my hands and was on the verge of standing up to shout Encore! at the movie's end when I remembered I was watching a movie and not some stage musical or play. For a moment, I forgot my ails and woes and was immersed on Sam Witwicky's (Shia LaBeouf) predicament. Megan Fox was indeed a "fox" what with her perpetually botoxed pout and uber sexiness.

For the most part, the movie was all crashing metals, ripping steels, transforming and mutating vehicles, and loud thumping of metals crashing into metals. There was a plot/story line somewhere but most of the dialogues during the fight sequences (which was actually almost all the time) were inaudible. Who cares! I was so enthralled and amazed by the technology used in the movie I didn't care if I didn't get all the dialogue exchanges. I was about to drool for Shia but thought he was too young so I drooled for Josh Duhamel instead. The twin transformers and John Turturro were the comedic reliefs in the movie.

I left the movie feeling quite light-hearted. I enjoyed the movie for really, I am still a "young boy" at heart.

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Posted by desperateblogger On 6/25/2009 11:51:00 AM 3 comments

3 comments:

  1. I didn't see the first one and probably won't see this last one...although my husband wants to see them....hmmm. DVD lang siguro ang katapat nya....hahaha.

    Buti naman kahit paano e nalibang ka. I like Ethan's articulate description: "Wooo". Kakatuwa...

    Alam mo bang wala din akong ganang magsulat. I 3 opps that need done ASAP but I can't come up with anything....bokya ang utak ko.

    Anyway, weekend na naman. May it be less stressful....

    Huling

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  2. ay kulang yung sentence ko...I 'have' 3 opps that need done pala...ay sows...

    H

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  3. I have watched the 1st movie, since my husband insisted na panoorin namin!

    Now, I guess we also need to watch Transformers 2. My 3-year old boy is already asking me the names of each autobots and deceptions, and I can only name 4! I can manage naman to hear all those "noises"... hehehe

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