Monday, March 31, 2008

Joke time

Sensitive Beer

Three hicks were working on a telephone tower - Steve, Bruce and Jed. Steve falls off and is killed instantly.As the ambulance takes the body away, Bruce says, "Someone should go and tell his wife." Jed says, "OK, I'm pretty good at that sensitive stuff, I'll do it."Two hours later, he comes back carrying a case of beer.Bruce says, "Where did you get that, Jed?""Steve's wife gave it to me," Jed replies. "That's unbelievable, you told the lady her husband was dead and she gave you beer?"Well, not exactly", Jed says. "When she answered the door, I said to her, 'You must be Steve's widow'." She said, "No, I'm not a widow!"And I said, "I'll bet you a case of Budweiser you are.

Texas Trooper

Two guys are speeding through Texas when a state trooper pulls them over. The trooper walks up to the drivers side of the car, gets out his billy club and smacks the driver across the face. Stunned, the driver asks, ''Why did you do that??''

The trooper responds, ''You're in Texas now son, you have that license out and ready around here!''

''I apologize sir, I'm not from around here.''

The trooper then walks to the passenger side of the car, and taps on the window. The passenger rolls down his window and the trooper takes out his club and smacks the passenger across the face.

''What was that for?'' asked the passenger.

''I know your kind,'' says the trooper, ''About two miles down the road you would have looked at your buddy and said 'I wish that son of a bitch would have tried that crap with me!'''

The CIA had an opening for an assassin.

The CIA had an opening for an assassin. After all of the background checks, interviews, and testing were done there were three finalists — two men and one woman. For the final test, the CIA agents took one of the men to a large metal door and handed him a gun.

"We must know that you will follow your instructions, no matter what the circumstances. Inside this room you will find your wife sitting in a chair. You have to kill her."The first man said."You can't be serious. I could never shoot my wife,"

The agent replies, "Then you're not the right man for this job."

The second man was given the same instructions. He took the gun and went into the room. All was quiet for about five minutes. Then the agent came out with tears in his eyes. "I tried, but I can't kill my wife." The agent replies, "You don't have what it takes. Take your wife and go home."

Finally, it was the woman's turn. Only she was told to kill her husband. She took the gun and went into the room. Shots were heard, one shot after another. They heard screaming, crashing, banging on the walls. After a few minutes, all was quiet. The door opened slowly and there stood the woman. She wiped the sweat from her brow and said, "You guys didn't tell me the gun was loaded with blanks. So I had to beat him to death with the chair."

A man with a pegleg, hook hand and...

A man with a pegleg, hook hand and an eyepatch went to apply to be a pirate.

Interviewer: How did you get that pegleg?

Pirate: Arrr. I got me leg shot off during the first world war.

Interviewer: How did you get that hook?

Pirate: I got me hand cut off by a big knife.

Interviewer: What about your eyepatch?

Pirate: It was a rainy afternoon and I looked up into the sky and a bird crapped in me eye.

Interviewer: And that put your eye out?

Pirate: No, it was the day after I got me hook.

That's A Buncha Bull

A man was visiting Spain and passed by a restaurant in Madrid after a bullfight. They were advertising that they served the balls of the bull who lost the bullfight. Intrigued, the man went inside, only to find that where was a six-week waiting list to get to eat the loser's balls. So he signed up and came back six weeks later. When he got his meal, there were two teeny, teeny balls on his plate. He called the waiter over to complain.

"I've waited six weeks for bull balls. What are these?"

"Sir," the waiter said, "the bull doesn't always lose."

The Bottom Line

A cowboy rides his horse up to a saloon.

All the patrons gawked as the cowboy kissed his horse on the butt before coming in and asking for a drink.

The bartender serves him and asks, "Mind if I ask why'd ya kiss your horse on the butt?"

The cowboy says, "It's 'cause I got chapped lips."

The bartender asks, "Does manure help them heal?"

Cowboy replies, "No, but it keeps me from licking them."

Totally Bats

Two bats are going for their midnight feed.

After an hour or so, one bat gets tired of looking and goes home with no blood.

The other bat comes home with blood dripping from its mouth. The first bat says enviously, "Where did you get all that blood from?"

The second bat replies, "Follow me. I`ll show you."

After awhile the second bat leads them to a cave. He says, "You see that wall over there?"

The hungry bat excitedly says, "Yes!"

Other bat says, "I didn't.

Milking it

A woman and a baby were in the doctor's examining room, waiting for the doctor to come in.

The doctor arrived, examined the baby, checked his weight and found it somewhat below normal. The doctor asked if the baby was breast fed or bottle fed.

"Breast fed," the woman replied.

"Well, strip down to your waist," the doctor asked. She did. He pressed, kneaded, rolled, cupped, and pinched both breasts in a detailed, rigorously thorough examination.

Motioning for her to get dressed he said, "No wonder this baby is under weight! You don't have any milk."

"I know," she said, "I'm his grandmother, but I'm glad I came."

A lady walks into her doctors office ...

A lady walks into her doctors office screaming.

She yells, "Doctor, Doctor my breasts are hairy! What do I do?"

The doctor asks, "Well, how long does the hair grow?"

The lady replies, "From here to my penis, but that's a different story!"

Little Nancy's Pet

Little Nancy was in the garden filling in a hole when her neighbor peered over the fence. Interested in what the little girl was up to, he politely asked, "What are you up to there, Nancy?"

"My goldfish died," replied Nancy tearfully, without looking up, "and I've just buried him."

The neighbor was concerned, "That's an awfully big hole for a goldfish, isn't it?"

Nancy patted down the last heap of earth and then replied, "That's because he's inside your stupid cat."

Irish Pub Sausage

Shamus and Murphy fancied a pint or two but didn't have a lot of money. Between them, they could only raise the staggering sum of one Euro.

Murphy said 'Hang on, I have an idea.'

He went next door to the butcher's shop and came out with one large sausage.

Shamus said 'Are you crazy? Now we don't have any money left at all!'

Murphy replied, 'Don't worry - just follow me.'

He went into the pub where he immediately ordered two pints of Guinness and two glasses of Jamieson Whisky.

Shamus said 'Now you've lost it. Do you know how much trouble we will be in? We haven't got any money!!'

Murphy replied, with a smile. 'Don't ! worry, I have a plan, Cheers!'

They downed their drinks. Murphy said, 'OK, I'll stick the sausage through my zipper and you go on your knees and put it in your mouth.'

The barman noticed them, went berserk, and threw them out.

They continued this, pub after pub, getting more and more drunk, all for free.

At the tenth pub Shamus said 'Murphy - I don't think I can do any more of this. I'm drunk and me knees are killin' me!'

Murphy said, 'How do you think I feel? I lost the sausage in the third pub !!!

My Father, The Whorehouse Piano Player

A grade school teacher was asking students what their parents did for a living. "Tim, you're first," she said. "What does your mother do all day?"

Tim stood up and proudly said, "She's a doctor."

"That's wonderful. How about you, Amie?" Amie shyly stood up, scuffed her feet and said, "My father is a mailman."

"Thank you, Amie," said the teacher. "What about your father, Billy?"

Billy proudly stood up and announced, "My daddy plays piano in a whorehouse."

The teacher was aghast and promptly changed the subject to geography. Later that day she went to Billy's house and rang the bell. Billy''s father answered the door. The teacher explained what his son had said and demanded an explanation.

Billy''s father said, "I'm actually an attorney, but how can I explain a thing like that to a seven-year-old?"

State Trooper

A state trooper pulls a car over for speeding. In the car is an old lady who is hard of hearing and her husband.

When the trooper asks the lady for her driver's license the lady responds, "Heh, what did he say?"

The old man speaks up as he says, "HE NEEDS YOUR DRIVER'S LICENSE."

A few minutes later the trooper comes back to the car and says, "Ma'am I see you're from Florida."

The old lady comments, "Heh, what did he say?"

The old man speaks up as he says, "HE SEES YOU'RE FROM FLORIDA.'" The old lady nods her head, "Yup."

The trooper mutters, "Boy, one time, I got the worst piece of ass I ever had in Florida."

The old lady replies, "Heh, what did he say?"

The old man yells, "HE SAYS HE THINKS HE KNOWS YOU!"

The Wrinkled Nightgown

A man and wife were celebrating their 50-year anniversary, so the man bought his wife a $250 see-through nightgown.

Later that night she was getting ready for bed and realized the nightgown was still in the box downstairs. Walking naked through the house, she passed her husband who said, "My word, for $250 they could've at least ironed it!"

Respectfully Cheating

Jack and Betty are celebrating their 50th wedding anniversary.

"Betty, I was wondering -- have you ever cheated on me?"

"Oh Jack, why would you ask such a question now? You don't want to ask that question..."

"Yes, Betty, I really want to know. Please."

"Well, all right. Yes, 3 times."

"Three? When were they?"

"Well, Jack, remember when you were 35 years old and you really wanted to start the business on your own and no bank would give you a loan? Remember how one day the bank president himself came over to the house and signed the loan papers, no questions asked?"

"Oh, Betty, you did that for me! I respect you even more than ever, that you would do such a thing for me! So, when was number 2?"

"Well, Jack, remember when you had that last heart attack and you were needing that very tricky operation, and no surgeon would touch you? Remember how Dr. DeBakey came all the way up here, to do the surgery himself, and then you were in good shape again?"

"I can't believe it! Betty, I love that you should do such a thing for me, to save my life! I couldn't have a more wonderful wife. To do such a thing, you must really love me darling. I couldn't be more moved. When was number 3?"

"Well, Jack, remember a few years ago, when you really wanted to be president of the golf club and you were 17 votes short?"

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Sunday, March 30, 2008

Box office sell out - Illegal pirated DVD's

It is quite interesting to think whether the 1920's classic - The Bicycle thief or the 5 man army or guns of Navarone OR the international discs like Turtles can fly or City of god or The Motorcycle diaries or Melana or Amelie and many more disc's such as these are available in India for an affordable price? Fear not, the confiscated custom prints are sold illegal outside and I made a lottery on a personal note,for now,I am glad these are inexpensive discs with great quality and I was quite surprised to see the variety of them too.

What was disappointing to me was that I was a member (coughed up lot of money) to a store in Adyar (I am just not going to divulge the name for any future problems) which looked like a shop that sells good and legal versions of the international movies. And not just the membership that was expensive but also every time you lent a disc there was a price to it. So in all it was a costly affair but I was glad that I was doing the good thing by helping the legal effort. My bubble burst yesterday night when I went to this place last night where they told me that they source the discs to that store where I was a member!

This was crazy when I got to know because pretty much they had all the versions - Korea to Japan to French to Portugese to Israel to America to classics versions all sold for a cheap 60 bucks ! And the 'average' Indian mentality to make quick profit was the outcome of the shop in Adyar, who ends up being faking the whole system and charging us about 100 bucks to rent them and see. So now see the difference?

I now found a place where I would go to get my international discs and inspite of knowing it is not the best thing I can do to the society, I give two hoods. I tried to be nice but then in India it just does not help it looks like, sadly?!?!?!?

So what is the benefit of me trying to be all that nice. I am compelled to force myself to think about the book I read a while back where the author makes a punching statement that Indians are privately smart but publicly dumb (Book title "Games Indians Play: Why we are the way we are?"). But I am so glad to know where my International discs are is quite satisfying. They have this, my god, unbelievable collection. I just hope no smart alec would connect my post to the cops !!

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Saturday, March 29, 2008

When Karma comes back to bite you - Go green !

Well,apparently, that is what has pushed us to the corner now. The impending misuse of natural resource, fossil fuel etc has just left us partially naked to the oppressive conditions and pushing, whilst exposing, earth to extremities of nature.

Who do we really say is responsible for what we are in? Does it even matter anymore? Our advances in technology is a juggernaut which is really going to impend the existence of man. It is during these trying conditions, the die hard saviors of the Earth are wanting us to go back to stone age by 'forcefully' abstaining use of electricity/power between 8 to 9 or 10 every day. This article here talks about how much we fear when Karma comes back to bite us for all our mis deeds in the past. This new moment is spreading across the world and it would be quite interesting how many enterprises and households would be interested in India to go back to stone age with candle power !

There in lies the difference if the major powers (population wise) like China and India , advanced technology abusers (America and other developed countries) seem to heed to this notice. Frankly, from my personal perspective, I would not follow this one hour power shut down concept and I am sure in another 10 years from now no one is going to ask me and they would forcefully snap the cable and power for 5-6 hours in the night ! But then to me this concept does not mean much. It is how much the enterprises make progress towards this concept that is sweeping across the world. If they begin to use more natural resources like solar energy, wind and re-consumption of used energy, then for us to follow this 'forced' power outage makes sense. Else this does not mean nothing huge to me.

But the guilt in us will be quite profound that these "Go Green", "Environmental friendly", "Bio fuel", "Eco compliant" phrases would become a passe and finally we will hope to clear the mess we made out everything around us. To think about there would be traffic jam (because of our satellites in the orbit) by 2020 just sums our abuse not within the world but also outside ! Now these phrases are such a big, fashionable statements that every other person use without even thinking. But whether we persist with this with intent is something that we would never know. But for now, I hate this concept of 1 hour power shut down. How about we make a rule don't use your vehicle for a day instead of an hour power shut down? I think that would be more compelling and profound than the one hour power shut down when I would want to relax after I come from work. I, personally, will not follow this.

How about you?

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Wednesday, March 19, 2008

Someone said...

Standing by the window
Wishing you were here;
Knowing that I feel complete,
Whenever you are near.
Oh, the love.

Tears fall in my sadness
I feel alone and blue
The road is always empty
Without the sight of you.
Oh, the love, the lost love.

But then I do remember
The times that we do share
My heart is so much lighter
Your love makes me aware.
Oh, the love, my hope

No matter what the distance
You're always by my side
Spirit of your LOVE
Each day of my life resides
Oh, the love, I wait for.

-- Anonymous.

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Tuesday, March 18, 2008

And when muzik cried loud...

Yea, today my fella mate, Nitya, humbled me by giving me two awards - why and for what I don't know and don't want to dissect. I am just so glad and happy :-]

Thanks for tipping me ahead of all other nice writers you know. I am going to go crying loud now.. Look what you did to me !!


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Monday, March 17, 2008

The Reaping

Movie type: Horror, Suspense/Thriller
MPAA rating: R:for violence, disturbing images and some sexuality
Year of release: 2007
Run time: 96 minutes
Directed by: Stephen Hopkins
Cast: Annasophia Robb, David Morrissey, Hilary Swank, Idris Elba, Manolo Cardona, Stephen Rea

In "The Reaping," Hilary Swank endures the 10 biblical plagues and takes on a backwoods Satanic cult. Having faced killer homophobes in "Boys Don't Cry" and deadly bedsores in "Million Dollar Baby," the two-time Oscar winner would seem perfect for the job of snuffing out evil.

But this long-delayed, pitiful excuse for a horror film feels like penance for her great success. She's all wrong for this sort of effects-drenched disaster picture, anyway. To get a sense of the incongruity, imagine Sally Field in her prime carrying, say, 1985's "Howling II."

"The Reaping" does have a kernel of campy promise. Swank plays professor Katherine Winter , an ex-missionary minister who, after losing her entire family in some Sudanese blood rite, trots the globe using science to debunk supposed miracles. She's a merciless, atheistic Lara Croft, kicking the poor and the hopeless while they're down. But since this is the rare horror film about the power of belief, we quickly know she'll have the bejesus scared back into her by the time it's over.

After overturning her 48th purported miracle in Chile, Katherine returns home to Louisiana State University, where she's greeted by David. He plays a schoolteacher who provides Katherine with her biggest case yet.

A river in his little bayou town, hilariously called Haven , flows with blood, and the townsfolk have placed the blame on a blond girl (AnnaSophia Robb ) who was found nearby with her dead brother. They think she murdered him.

The schoolteacher tells Katherine that the town is convinced this is the start of the plagues. Sure enough, when she arrives with her co-worker Ben (Idris Elba ), a practicing, religiously tattooed Christian, the countdown begins: a hail of frogs, a swarm of locusts, diseased livestock, nasty boils on the skin, etc.

In Exodus , the plagues were calamities that God wrought on the Egyptians for enslaving the Israelites . But Katherine is unmoved, offering a perfectly natural rationalization for it all. Such explanations require Swank to speak in paragraphs that illuminate her literacy but not her talent. Well this paragraph is where she basically relates the plagues in the past with scientific arguments. Quite phenomenal those but then the crowd watching the movie in Madras, India, is so retarded that they just can't have the patience to see the long dialogues. The idiots clap but I would have frowned in my usual senses but then their appreciation was sort of more timing centric. She needed that clap for an amazing dialogue delivery !

She may rely on facts, but Katherine's unconscious has a mind of its own. She has nightmares of the Sudan and sex fantasies about the schoolteacher. She also has to figure out why her old priest friend (Stephen Rea , looking suitably embarrassed) keeps insisting she's in danger.

The screenplay never credibly explains what's going on. Not after one viewing -- and that was enough for me, thank you. None of what we discover is ever interesting enough to make us care . The story vaguely cribs from "The Wicker Man ," "Rosemary's Baby ," "The Exorcist ," and "The Omen ," but doesn't come close to the lasting fright of any of those titles. And why drag Louisiana or Sudan into any of this, only to portray the people who live there as insultingly backward ?

Stephen Hopkins directs "The Reaping" according to the Satanic horror manual, right down to the choral chanting on the soundtrack. The lighting is often too dark to see what's happening, and the editing makes a mess of even the most tolerable scenes (the locust attack, for example). Like most of these movies, the film is cut like a trailer for a horror flick instead of being a horror flick proper. And the staging of the final sequence is laughable. Surrounded by explosions, and computer effects worthy of any Atari game, the actors appear to be standing around while a wind fan blows and wondering how they would look like in the big screen. I was kinda vexed as the movie was drawing to a closure.

Swank, of course, is a trouper, playing a part meant for an actor with a quarter of her fame and half her Oscars. But would Sarah Michelle Gellar even have dared?

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Sunday, March 16, 2008

10,000 BC Review

Release Date: March 7th, 2008
Studio : Warner Bros.
Cast: Steven Strait, Camilla Belle, Cliff Curtis
Director: Roland Emmerich
Genre: Action-Adventure
MPAA Rating: PG-13

For generations historians have wondered how the ancient Egyptians built the pyramids. It has been one of the great mysteries of civilization. Well, director Roland Emmerich solved it for us all. They had mammoths to help them. Mammoths. Kind of like big, furry pack mules. Wait until The History Channel hears about this!!!

The poster for Roland Emmerich’s “10,000 BC” movie was out, and it looks, well, it looks bloody familiar. With emphasis on the word “bloody”, of course, since this version of the poster looks a heck of a lot like one of the posters for Zack Snyder’s “300″. Of course, poster mimicking isn’t a new thing in the world of film, but when a big-budget movie apes another big-budget movie, it’s kind of a novelty.

You expect the cheapo B-movie producers to try to trick the occasional drunk movie renter into believing their cheapie flick sitting on the videostore shelf is that big movie currently showing in theaters, but the big studios? Don’t they have PR budgets for new, original posters?

Here’s the “10,000″ BC poster side by side with the “300″ one it’s mimicking.

Also, to remember that the cheap, ineffective graphics are never the original imposing effects. 300 had it whilst this movie tries to run out with the idea but then as a viewer of this movie one cannot but help compare everything, every action with the older movies - 300 or Apocalypto. The first Mammoth hunt down had such a lousy special effects that in one scene the Mammoth actually runs over the leg of Steven Strait. Then he brings the Mammoth down with a dagger straight in the throat of it. Just one is sufficient to bring the Mammoth down like pack of cards. I believed the stunt hoping the going would get better. Nope, I was just sitting on a pile of shit the director was throwing at me !

I was so pissed at all this that I am not going to say much about the movie but it was a shame that the hero was made to lose like 30 pounds for the movie and the lady bird Carmella is a sure eye catcher and one sure wonders what a good looking, unblemished skinned lady was doing in the group of wild, broken skinned, dark ladies. I guess the pelican dropped her there ! How else would one explain a white, fair skinned (read ONLY), lady in a pack of all dark complexioned women and men. Beats me. If this was appalling, Steven is the only pale brown skinned, all the talent in my arms kind of a guy. They look so out of the group that whereever they went or where you came from to join the middle of the movie, you could guess right as to who the hero or heroine could be. It was so boring the plot. They had ripped the plot from Apocalypto and copied the stunts and the back drop voice over and amazing sceneries. That was all this movie was about. Apparently, the lift off was a give away in some places when the voice over would be mumbling something because of the enormity of the base voice that as a viewer you would let go of what was being said.

If this was not all about it. The Master in Egypt pretty much is a huge, ugly with long hands. Does that ring a bell? Yup, the Persian lord from "300". They ripped that part too. I wonder what the director was thinking by doing some shit like this. I just could not stop laughing at the comparison when the emperor comes to the huge pyramids site. The entire workers go down - the Kaw Taw style. Rewind, when the persian lord, comes no one dares to stand and look at him !

Oh! I would be sinned if I did not say this. The movie actually has a Bollywood end.The heroine is stuck on the back by an arrow. Was a good aim. No way it would have by passed her. Yet the heroine comes back to life. OH yea. That is what I am talking about !! There was a kid sitting right next to me. She was so bored after a while that she started playing with the corn she had bought to eat then eventually fell asleep !

If someone still wants to persist and watch this movie, I would give it a very average rating.Go enjoy the movie for the graphics and reminisce "300" ,"Apocalypto" movies blended together.

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Friday, March 07, 2008

Movie Review - American gangster

Of all the contemporary gangster movies that I have seen in the recent times, this movie stands apart and screams - "Pick me"and to me the interesting and captivating moments was about the emphasis of "Re-branding" dope and that leads to the drug kingpin's rise and fall taps a vein of toxic excess.

I have always like Denzel Washington and then it was one of the reasons why I visit his movies without much worry. Always can expect good stuff. Anyway, this movie is an interesting parallel about how much the 60's, 70's and 80's world thought that the Italian mafia were the ones who indulged excessively in drug peddling. Apparently, this is a true life incident where it puts forward to the world how much corrupt the military were those years (Oh yea, America can be corrupt too!), that they peddled in dope from Vietnam through the military carriers into the US and then Lukas (DW), takes control. His cool demeanor and low profile just ensures that he is never noticed by anyone. It is quite evident how the Attorney dismisses Russle crowe's (a Cop), allegation and evidences as baseless by saying - "No nigger has accomplished what the American Mafia hasn't in a hundred years! ". I love that line for some reason. Just sums up how much people, administrators, cops and everyone else who matters thought when it came to drug peddling.

In American Gangster Denzel captivates and hold the screen. He’s both charming and disarmingly deadly at the same time. I generally love gangster films but hate the over glorification of the lifestyle. Never once in AG did I feel American Gangster glorified Denzel’s Frank Lucas.

Lucas is cold and calculating, but exudes a quiet charisma. He’s smart enough to build his empire while avoiding the trappings of the Gangster lifestyle. Yes he has the fabulous houses, but he dresses in drab, suits to blend into the crowds. He’s not like other Gangsters of the period like Gooding Jr., a showboating, loud dresser who carries around copies of his press clippings. In one scene Lucas sees one of his cousins wearing a loud outfit and tells him to take it saying “Why are you wearing a suit that screams arrest me.” He says this in such a way that’s part concerned relative with a hint of something else behind his eyes.

"You understand? You're too loud, you're making too much noise. Listen to me, the loudest one in the room is the weakest one in the room. "

Mob movies have long equated organized crime with supply-and- demand capitalism, but "American Gangster" may be the first underworld epic in which a drug kingpin lectures a subordinate about the significance of "brand names" and "trademark infringement" in the heroin trade. In a scene, Frank Lucas, the crime lord of Harlem, warns low-level mobster Cuba Gooding Jr. to stop selling inferior smack under the Lucas-established "Blue Magic" brand. For the junkie consumer, Lucas asserts, Blue Magic promises a certain level of quality -- like Pepsi. :-]

Lucas' upward mobility, dishonestly acquired wealth and love of family -- he imports the whole clan from North Carolina -- are contrasted with the divorced Russell Crowe' crummy living conditions and screwed-up approach to relationships. (Scenes with his ex-wife are extraneous and help pad the movie to an unnecessary 157 minutes.) Occasionally, the director presents parallel events in the men's worlds, as when he cuts from a lavish Lucas Thanksgiving dinner -- staged to suggest the famous Norman Rockwell painting -- to a shot of Russell Crowe at home alone, sprinkling crushed potato chips onto his processed turkey meat sandwich !

I surely don't want to say more and reveal plot here for the prospective movie watcher. To me this has been one of the best entertainers. I would give a thumbs up and a 9 on 10 rating. So go on and treat yourself with this movie.

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Monday, March 03, 2008

Ah - Am Tagged.

A mate of mine - Neets, tagged me for some reason and that leaves me like a kid in the candy shop. Not that I have many options around but the multiples of eight's is what these question-answer around is all about. That is just about sufficient to keep me agape. Getting tagged is one thing and answering it is another I think. Not to say some of the questions put up are quite interesting.

Well now, true to me, I randomly pick the questions that I have to answer and then am going to answer it. But the fact is that it is going to be all true to my heart sorts. So yea some are going to be really rated.

Eight songs I could listen to, over and over:

Oh well there are a lot of songs that I go over. For now though, let's stick to the following:

Flashing Lights
Kanye West featuring Dwele

Sensual Seduction
Snoop dogg

Through the monsoon
Tokio Hotel

All I Need

Fix you

My December
Linkin park

John Mayer

Hey There Delilah
Plain White Tees

What Goes Around... Comes Around
Justin Timberlake

Eight things I want to do before I die (In no particular order):

1) Language excellency - I am quite a buff to know and master quite a bit of languages. I started off well, oh infact great on French and Dutch with preliminary level excellence. Intend to learn Deutch, Spannish, Turkish and Egyptian (I am crazy about that inscription)

2) Travel over - I would like to go over to several countries ranging from Hungary to Peru, Slovakia to Argentina. I have plans and am slowly going to achieve them from now. Ah, appropriate to say cometh August, me intends to fly off to Thai/Cambodia. Nice start.

3) Get laid - Oh yea ! words can't describe the feeling LOL.

4) Make a difference to someone's life - I would like to mark a difference on someone's life. Any stranger. We, as a family, actively do lot of social work but then I still feel I can do more. Now that I earn much to my needs and lots more, I would like to adopt a baby girl when I am emotionally prepared to handle them. For now am not ready to deal with kids. They fucking piss me off big time with their rants :-[

5) Find true love - I have had my own chances in the past and before I die I want to find true love (leaving parents, siblings and baggage they bring).

6) Doggie passion - Want to own a great dog and it would be my bestest bud. I even have a cool name for him - Icarus and if it is she - Sabina or Delilah or Nailah

7) Family vacation - Full Monty. We hardly meet up and I would like to eventually take off to an exotic location with full house and have fun.

8) My business - Own my own enterprise. I have a dream to own business. Provided I have the urge and circumstances running in my favor, I would like to chase this bad gurl big time and get over her.

Eight things I say often:

1) What the fuck?

2) Fucking weed - STFU

3) Dude/Mate

4) Beetch

5) Babes

6) Boobs <--- I think about it often and hence I claim I say. You say what you think. LOL

7) Gosh

8) Damnnnnnnn!!

9) Sorry

Eight books I’ve read recently:

1) Catcher in the rye

2) Papillon

3) Tuesdays With Morrie

4) For One More Day

5) Games Indians Play: Why We Are the Way We Are

6) Rich dad poor dad

7) Alchemist/Piano Teacher

8) The Name Of the Rose

Eight things that attracts me to my best friends:

1) Honesty - Am quite a true talker and no back stabber. In the sense that I am a firm believer that I will be honest in any relationship and I expect the same.

2) Laugh moments - There are no dry moments - they say and I soak and unwind by doing things that make and put me in ease and with that comes the laughter.

3) Trustworthy - I am there for any moments and just don't have to smoke me out for occasions. Trustworthy to the core.

4) Dependable - All for one, one for all sorts

5) Blow the cash up - Shopping, movies, fun moments

6) Independence/Confidence - People around me say and take the aura.

7) Low profile and no airs around - Am cool and I actually like this question, I get to speak highly of myself more than once. Sweet. Yea am cool. Let's leave it at that.

8) Flexible and accept people for what they are - So me again. Let's not go there?

Eight things I am passionate about:

1 ) Travelling

2) Biking/Cycling

3) Muzik

4) Money - Independence

5) Shopping

6) My space

7) Mates

8) Family folks /Doggsss

Eight people I think should do this tag - Nah, I settle down for seven and not eight.

1) Shruti

2) Vidya

3) Ram

4) Keshi

5) SS

6) Shree

7) Aarthi

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