Pia and I finished all the things we had to do for this project so I spent most of yesterday afternoon wandering aimlessly around the web in search of inspiration to re-design my website. I’ve got a number of ideas floating around in my head – it’s just getting them to make sense on the page is what’s difficult.
My favorite discovery is Creattica, an excellent resource for creativity. I spent a couple of hours reading through the entire collection of posts (all 26 pages of them). I’m totally in love with this tea set.
I re-watched The Cutting Edge last night. Yes it’s predictable and kinda cheesy but I adore it. The chemistry between D.B. Sweeney and Moira Kelly totally makes the movie. I have two words for you…TOE PICK!
In a bit I’m going to do some grocery shopping – I’m making a mango dessert for dinner – and then it’s back to cleaning house.
P.S. I’m still a bit bummed that it’s a few more episodes till the end of Stargate Atlantis. *sigh*
All you Bacolod Transformers geeks. Read this!
What: Transformers Advanced Screening
Where: SM City Bacolod (Cinema 1)
When: June 28, 2007 (8pm)
Call 468-0168 for more details.
Pia and I have seen Superman Returns TWICE already and I’m itching to see it again!
It’s a wonderful movie – Bryan Singer’s love for the story is really evident and though the movie is nearly 3 hours long I barely felt it pass.
And yes, Brandon Routh is great as Clark Kent/Superman. I never thought I’d say this but he has such sexy hair 🙂
I’m not stating that lightly. The only good thing I can say about Bloodrayne is that it is only slightly better than The Ninth Gate which I found to be atrocious and a waste of movie fest time.
And it’s not even that Bloodrayne is soooo bad that it’s good – it’s so bad, it’s laugh out loud funny. The storyline made no sense, the lines were corny, the actors looked dead and there were some pretty good actors in the cast.
I mean Michael Madsen, Ben Kingsley! WHAT THE HELL WERE YOU THINKING?
Kristanna Loken who made a wonderful Terminatrix was terrible here – totally lacking in coordination and her court jester-type pants were so distracting.
Though most distracting thing is a toss up between Michelle Rodriguez’s accent and Ben Kingsley’s right hand man who looked kinda cross-eyed that instead of feeling scared of the evil henchman we were all laughing.