Friday, December 16, 2005
Today's Post From BlueStormSword: Time To Hit This Post!!
Dude I Got Nothing To Rail On....
Alrighty then time to update late as usual and once again I'm really sor...wait a minute why the hell am I apologizing it's not like anybody read them in fact maybe I should just quit LiveJournal and maybe I'll quit MyOtaku since everybody starting to stop giving a crap about me. I'm sorry it's just that people are starting to get on me and it's really getting me angry and stressing me out. But anywayz last Saturday was my best friend Hope's a.k.a Lolo-chan so Happy Birthday Lolo-chan and she's the last person that turns 15 and yeah... I actually got to DJ at her party along with her cousin Jaya with our iPods mixing her Indian music and my Reggaeton WHOO!! Her party was fun it was small but fun as hell with all our friends there. But anywayz yesterday I had a two hour early closing and I had a quiz in Biology which I pass and I had a test in Geometry with a little help from a friend I think I did alright so I had nothing to complain about. Well that all really I'm putting one of my work in progress story "I'll Always Love You" on hold since I'm working on another story and I wanted to put it up before Christmas. I've already finished the first chapter. But anywayz I wanna see this film called Brokeback Mountain well for one: It's Rated-R and the other it's not playing in all theatres DAMN RATING SYSTEM!! Oh well I'll wait for the dvd. Well anywayz I'll leave ya with the synopsis of the movie and so til next post SAYONARA!!
Ang Lee's adaptation of E. Annie Proulx's story 'Brokeback Mountain' stars Jake Gyllenhaal and Heath Ledger as young cowboys named Jack Twist and Ennis Del Mar. Each of them is hired to work cattle on the title location and they soon bond very closely. Their platonic relationship explodes into a physical one, but eventually the two are separated when their job comes to an end. Although the two follow different life paths -- one becoming a father of two and the other becoming a business success -- they have a reunion years later. Each is affected profoundly by the rekindling of their old feelings for each other. Those feelings lead each to consider what continuing their hidden relationship would cost them. The screenplay was written by Pulitzer Prize-winning author Larry McMurtry and Diana Ossana. ~