What is your favorite “Christmas Song”?

28 11 2007

I like this song… Very Happy song… this isn’t my favorite but this makes me smile… hahaha… guys watch this one… with my favorite disney characters on it, hahaha, makes me wanna sing… I really love this one… Hope you like it too…

Listen to Donald’s Version of jingle bells!!! hahaha…

 “So, what is your favorite Christmas song? Put in the comment pls…”



25 11 2007

You with the sad eyes
Don’t be discouraged
Oh I realize
It’s hard to take courage
In a world full of people
You can lose sight of it all
And the darkness inside you
Can make you feel so small

But I see your true colors
Shining through
I see your true colors
And that’s why I love you
So don’t be afraid to let them show
Your true colors
True colors are beautiful,
Like a rainbow

Show me a smile then,
Don’t be unhappy, can’t remember
When I last saw you laughing
If this world makes you crazy
And you’ve taken all you can bear
You call me up
Because you know I’ll be there

And I’ll see your true colors
Shining through
I see your true colors
And that’s why I love you
So don’t be afraid to let them show
Your true colors
True colors are beautiful,
Like a rainbow

Happy Birthday Naman ARMIE!!!

24 11 2007

Happy Birthday nga din pla kay Armie!!! xenxa na almost forgot… Here’s my gift for you…

This girl is way way way way tooo far from us now… she’s in another planet!!! hehehe… joke… Anyway… You, my friend, should be blessed with a day filled with lots of great memories. I hope you get just that. Happy Birthday

nasa sa dagupan me katatapos lng magcmba sa manaog...Happy Happy Birthday!!!…

I think ikaw ang dapat magregalo sakin no!! hahahaha… Alam mo n kung bakit!!! hehehe… Hope we could see each other again…In person… hahaha… do I laugh too much??? ehehehe…

Wishing you all the luck in the world. (sobra naman yata yun? All? e di wala na matitira sakin?).. Basta wish you luck, success… good… health and freedom of speech!!! nyay!!! at xempre… Happiness for the rest of your life!!!

Ingat ka jan palagi… Your far and hindi ko p afford pumunta jan…

God Bless… Have a great day ahead!!!

I’ll Never Go.

22 11 2007


This post is for Maria Theresa Rites Agamata… Di nagpaparamdam e… No text, no calls, nothing!!! Please… Keep in touch!!! 

I’ll Never Go…

You would always ask me
Those words I say
And telling me what it means to me

Every single day
You always act this way
For how many times I told you
I love you
For this is all I know

Come to me and hold me
And you will see
The love i give
For you still hold the key

I’ll never go far away from you
Even the sky will tell you
That I need you so
For this is all I know

I’ll never go far away from you
I’ll never go far away from you

Johnny Bravo…

22 11 2007

Johnny Bravo inspires me to have a blog!!! hahaha

A Clockwork Orange!

21 11 2007

aclockworkorangea-clockwork-orange-posters.jpgIt’s hard to judge a film such as this. Its cold and hard, yet can be exhilarating and sarcastic. It can be average, yet it can be visionary. Exploitive? Satirical? Too many questions to consider when one watches this film.

Even after 36 years, this film still speaks volumes about our current culture, which many ideals are ringing true today. The younger generations are out of control due to lack of parental control, junk culture is becoming commonplace, violence is desensitizing the masses, and we all seem to be enjoying the ride on the way down. It’s very difficult to find movies which can make such startling commentary, yet hold on to such accusations for an extended period of time. Nowadays, films are focused-grouped to death, conformity is more powerful than artistry, and money is far more important than quality. Kubrick took a huge leap with this film, challenging society to take a hard look at itself. Unfortunately, society wasn’t ready for this film, which is why it is revered now more than ever.

Alex (Malcolm McDowell) is a cheerful young man who enjoys rape, violence, classical music, and just about everything sadistic. With his three droogs, Alex spends the nights terrorizing anyone who he might encounter. One night, after killing a woman with numerous cats, Alex’s gang turns on him and leaves him at the hands of the law. Alex next finds himself in prison with the sentence of 14 years for his murder that night. While in prison, he hears about a free ticket out of his sentence. All he has to do is be a guinea pig for a scientific experiment. The experiment is supposed to make Alex “better” and revert him from being bad to good. Alex says yes, jumping at the opportunity to get free faster. After being brainwashed by the scientists, Alex returns to civilization as a free and good man. However, the experiment has some side-effects that were not intended, and Alex is left helpless as his past victims come to gain revenge on him.

The acting (not to mention the soundtrack) is great. From the eye-grabbing first shot of the film to the confusing yet fulfilling last shot of the film, A Clockwork Orange remains to be one of the best classical films I’ve seen. I give A Clockwork Orange (1971) a 8 out of 10.

“Watch this film with an open mind and see the film as it truly is: a masterpiece.”

An Inconvenient Truth

2 11 2007

Global Warming… (this post is dedicated to JACK!!!)…

I’ve recently watched the documentary “An Inconvenient Truth.” Quite alarming… I never though that former Vice-President Al Gore of USA is this concern with the environment…

I didn’t really know what to expect, but I had heard a lot of positive buzz about the film which is off the chart.

The movie is a documentary and is more like sitting through a PowerPoint presentation than actually watching a movie. In fact, the vast majority of the movie is watching Mr. Gore actually giving a presentation to an audience somewhere. Although that might sound a bit boring, the movie grabbed and held my attention from beginning to end.

Gore presents what seems like an overwhelming amount of scientific data to illustrate, and prove, that global warming is affecting the planet in such a way that will have disastrous consequences for hundreds of millions of people. In fact, he argues that we are already beginning to see the results and that they may begin to come faster and faster as time goes by.



You look at that river gently flowing by. You notice the leaves rustling with the wind. You hear the birds; you hear the tree frogs. In the distance you hear a cow. You feel the grass. The mud gives a little bit on the river bank. It’s quiet; it’s peaceful. And all of a sudden, it’s a gear shift inside you. And it’s like taking a deep breath and going, ‘Oh yeah, I forgot about this’.

— Al Gore in the opening monologue of An Inconvenient Truth

An Inconvenient Truth focuses on Al Gore and his travels in support of his efforts to educate the public about the severity of the climate crisis. Gore says, “I’ve been trying to tell this story for a long time and I feel as I’ve failed to get the message across.” The film nearly follows a Keynote presentation (dubbed “the slide show”) that Gore presented throughout the world. It intersperses Gore’s exploration of data and predictions regarding climate change and its potential for disaster with Gore’s life story.

It weaves in events that changed his worldview, including his college education with early climate expert Roger Revelle at Harvard University, his sister’s death from lung cancer, and his young son’s near-fatal car accident. Throughout the film, Gore makes comments regarding his loss to George W. Bush in the 2000 United States presidential election. For comic effect, Gore also uses a clip from the Futurama episode “Crimes of the Hot” to explain global warming.

In the slide show Gore reviews the scientific opinion on climate change, discusses the politics and economics of global warming, and describes the consequences he believes global climate change will produce if the amount of human-generated greenhouse gases are not significantly reduced in the very near future. A centerpoint of the film is his examination of the annual temperature and CO2 levels for the past 650,000 years in Antarctic ice core samples.

The film includes many segments intended to refute critics who say that global warming is unproven or that warming will be insignificant. For example, Gore discusses the possibility of the collapse of a major ice sheet in Greenland or in West Antarctica, either of which could raise global sea levels by approximately 20 feet (6m), flooding coastal areas and producing 100 million refugees. Melt water from Greenland, because of its lower salinity, could then halt the Gulf Stream current and quickly trigger dramatic local cooling in Northern Europe. The documentary ends with Gore arguing that if appropriate actions are taken soon, the effects of global warming can be successfully reversed by releasing less CO2 and planting more vegetation to consume existing CO2. Gore calls upon his viewers to learn how they can help him in these efforts.

Gore’s book of the same title was published concurrently with the theatrical release of the documentary. The book contains additional information, scientific analysis, and Gore’s commentary on the issues presented in the documentary. A 2007 documentary entitled An Update with Former Vice President Al Gore features Gore discussing additional information that came to light after the film was completed, such as Hurricane Katrina.[9]

Source: Wikipedia


Folks, I’ve been saying that if you haven’t already, you NEED to see An Inconvenient Truth. If it doesn’t change the way you look at the world, then you probably have no heart. (Grin!)