Sneak Peek

My life, and the upcoming movies on the big screen...

Friday, August 25, 2006

I am dead

Have you ever felt so empty inside, that it feels like you're just dead but still alive at the same time? Very much like a friggin' zombie.

It just seems that you don't have a purpose in anything you do, and you feel that whatever you are doing is worthless.


How I wish to be like Davy Jones. I want to rip out my fucking heart and lock it in a chest far far away, waiting for someone to open it and stab it straight to Hell.

How I wish to be in The Flying Dutchman, sailing forever into a sea of eternal depression, without any directions or any purpose at all.

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And you know what.... I realized that my mind is all messed up too much nowadays.

Just after writing the Davy Jones' post above, I felt the urge to go the loo to make a hot flow of 'Chinese tea' (if you know what I mean).

But instead of peeing, I threw my RM1 note I was holding into the toilet bowl. Wtf was I thinking? Sohainess!

Fortunately I threw it before I pee. I picked it up (surprisingly I didn't wet a finger) and just clean it under running tap water. Should be OK...

Sigh... I think I'm going 'Shandong Peanuts'.

Tuesday, August 15, 2006

The things I like about Malaysia

This month, we Malaysians will be celebrating our country's 49th Merdeka Day, and enjoy the freedom our Papa Independence gave us back in 1957. Y'all got feel the heat? I don't.

Growing up in Malaysia for many bloody years, I still don't really feel all that patriotic but what the heck, there are some things I really love about Malaysia:

1. Durians: What else makes us more Malaysian than this infamous king of fruit? It's one freaking smelly fruit that tastes like armpit to Mat Sallehs, but we Malaysian still love it and find it tasty like hell.

2. Food: Hmm.... what more can we ask for in this multi-racial country? We have a variety of really cheap foods, be it dim sum for breakfast, nasi lemak for lunch, or roti canai for supper.
If u still don't like it we still classy restaurants like Chillis, San Fransisco Steakhouse, and Thank God I Farted.

3. Mamak: There's nothing like it and you can't find it anywhere else. During the World Cup 2006, football fans and punters gather in a big crowd, yelling like bitches on a lifeless TV screen. It's the closest punters can get to climax, watching their team win in a great environment.

That was until when Zidane made that stupid head-butt mistake, then that's the end of their luck.

4. Movies: No, I'm not talking about Malaysian-made movies like Remp-It, Anak Mami, or Senario Pemburu Yamashita dunno-wat-cock. I hate the fact that the government ban some foreign movies, censor sexy and violent parts, and erase the bad languages.

Lameness

But look at the bright side; we have bloody ridiculous and funny Malay subtitles. My favourite is Nemo = Si Comel. Luckily they didn't translate POTC2:Dead Man's Chest as Tetek Lelaki Mati.
Or else, GSC and TGV confirm bankrupt wan.

5. Piracy: Thanks to the Ah Bengs we have the convenient of buying cheap and the latest movie at the nearest pasar malam in your neighbourhood. Hey computer nerds, the latest super-extra-cool PC software like umm.... (put any latest software name you know, and +1 to the number of the edition) is at your fingertips with only about RM10 per CD.

Auntie, you want to act high class mah? Got fake Guccis and Pradas that looks genuine to you (because you can't really tell the difference anyway since your eyesight have gone bad), available at Petaling Street.
With RM15, you can get yourself the latest cK Red Delicious and use it to spray on your flea and shit-infested pets. Classy!

My fake Nike sunglasses = RM12

I personally feel that if you don't own at least 1 pirated VCD, then you're not Malaysian.

6. Redang Island: It is the best beach I have ever been and for me, it's like a trip to heaven for RM350. Wei you guys better don't throw any rubbish in the sea when you visit there ok? Preserve the beautiful bitch that Mother Nature gave us... must I tell you that?


7. Hannah Tan: My favourite model in the entire planet... and I don't even admire Heidi Klum. She's so damn hot.... hotter than Malaysia's whether. Voted as the sexiest female model in Malaysia for 2006. No big surprise!

Happy Merdeka Day everyone....is there anything else I missed out?

I miss you...

Dearest Jen,

Ich vermissen dich
. You taught me those words. It means 'I miss you' in German... and that's how I feel for you every single day.

I made a promise to myself to look after you, and to grow up together with you until my dying days. But I guess it's time for me to realize that if not everything I have will last, especially the things I want the most.



Since I'm not there for you anymore, please take good care of yourself and be happy always k? Please remember that I will always love you no matter how much it hurts me.

Thanks for the times we had together. I'm very glad that at one point in our lives, we met, we made friends, and fell in love with each other.



Goodbye Jen. Ich vermissen dich.

Love,
Don




p/s: I really thought that we would last.

Sunday, August 13, 2006

Dragon Tiger Gate Sux!

Finally I watched Dragon Tiger Gate. According to KennySia.com, it's the 'most anticipated kungfu movie in Hong Kong', so I thought I give it a try since it sounds THAT good.


KNN! It's one of the most boring kungfu movies I've ever seen in my entire biological lifespan. Better I go watch Remp-It. But it's famous because it's a popular comic in China. If you enjoy watching unrealistic martial arts with too much graphic, then this is the movie for you.


To start off with, the movie has no bloody purpose. Either that or the story line is just too crappy. It's like a typical 'I fight-with-you, you-fight-with-me, and-whoever-wins-get-to-show-their-face-longer-on-the-cinema-screen' movie. Don't waste your money on this awful movie.

Secondly, despite their head being smashed into walls and bricks like roti canai, they still can maintain a very stylish and neat hairstyle. Or maybe they have combs in their pockets and they have super swift hands that when they comb their hair fast enough, it's invisible to the human eyes.

Whatever it is, you gotta owe it to the Chinese for coming up with very catchy kungfu moves, like 'Electric Eel Drill', 'Eight Dragon Slaying Palms' or 'Drunken Fist'. It's in their blood to name kungfu moves after powerful animals since centuries ago ever since kungfu was started.

Drunken pussies

But still, this movie sucks lemons big time! GSC promote the movie as if it's really something very big liddat. Kanasai you GSC, I want my refund of RM8 before I unleash my 'Thirteen Annoying Monkey Anal Fist From Hell'.

Wednesday, August 02, 2006

Robots in Disguise

TRANSFORMERS

Release Date: July 4, 2007
Studio: DreamWorks Pictures (Paramount)
Director: Michael Bay
Screenwriter: Roberto Orci, Alex Kurtzman
Starring: Peter Cullen (voice), Shia LaBeouf, Megan Fox, Josh Duhamel, Jon Voight, Bernie Mac, Tyrese Gibson, Rachael Taylor, Amaury Nolasco, Kevin Dunn, Ronnie Sperling, Dane Cook
Genre: Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi
Official Website:
Transformersmovie.com

Introduced in 1984, the Transformers brand took the world by storm with its compelling saga of the Autobots versus the Decepticons. The innovative "Robots in Disguise" resulted in a tremendously successful toy line from Hasbro and Takara, comic book series, television program and an animated feature film. More than 20 years later, a new generation has discovered the excitement of the Transformers brand and its legendary characters, including the two leaders of the opposing sides: Optimus Prime and Megatron. Today, the franchise features a popular toy line, an animated series on the Cartoon Network and a chart-topping comic book series from IDW Publishing.


Autobots logo

Decepticon logo

Two new Transformers set videos have appeared online. The first, at XtraMSN, takes you on the Hollywood set, while the second, at the Air Force's official website, shows director Michael Bay shooting on the Holloman Air Force Base set.

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Wouldn't it be great if our real life is ike Friendster? We can delete friends we don't like, and make new friends easily. It's just what I need now.... not friends, but to delete some of them from my life.