Archive for April, 2009


Posted in Uncategorized on April 18, 2009 by armedlittleboy

ikaw ang toothpaste na naiwan sa toothbrush after gamitin at kahit anong gawin eh ayaw maalis sa toothbrush.

ikaw ang cabinet na ayaw sumara ang parehong pinto, na sa tuwing isasara ang isa, bumubukas naman ang kabila.

ang buhok na tumitikwas at tumatayo kahit ganu karaming gel ang ilagay.

ang mga 5 and 10 centavo coins na sinusukli ng SM.

ang bpi atm machine na 1000 at 100 peso bills lang ang meron.

ang ayaw na lumabas na ketchup kahit anong gawin mong shake sa bote.

ang political ambition ni manny pacquiao.

ang diction ni marian rivera.

ikaw ang sobrang init na panahon.

ang mga corny na jokes sa love radio, lsfm, at iba pang suking radio station ng jeep at fx.

ang traffic sa c5.

ikaw ang ipis na lumilipad.


nakaka-irita at ayaw mawala.



Posted in Uncategorized on April 12, 2009 by armedlittleboy

the problem with consistently failing is that even on the verge of winning, one tends to still fear the possibility of going home alone. one is on the alert for that first signs of declining interest or cooling passion.

Life has trained me well.

i need to do that. i need to brace myself. i need to be aware of the smallest tremors so that i can ready myself for the great quake. just like donning protective gears, i will shut down each of my senses from the assault that you effortlessly exude. a helmet against your smiles. a lifesaver against your promises.

it makes it easier for me to rebuild what will be left when you leave. for believe me, even with all these preparations, it would never be easy. it can never be easy.

picking up the pieces, i am reminded of the wasted efforts, the lying moments, the pointless plans. i see the future, of doing it all over again, and i feel tired. again. over and over again.

but i am getting too far. we are just starting. we are just building what will be broken. carefully assembling the pieces as if it will stand the test of time. we are hopeful.

i am tired.

Life has taught me well.

weird scenes in pinoy movies

Posted in Uncategorized on April 3, 2009 by armedlittleboy

(please correct inaccurate information)

1. the killing ref (shake, rattle, and roll 1)

– if there is any equivalent of Einstein’s theory of relativity in cinema, this would be it. a refrigerator that kills, falls in love, and seduces all done in a credible and scary way by ishmael bernal. what more can you ask for? in a genre of aswang, multo, mangkukulam, and the likes who would have thought of using a ref ( i think it was a general electric ref) in a horror movie? but aside from fear, the ref, unbelievably was able to portray sensuality in its seduction scene with janice de belen! can you believe it? this must be a first in world cinema, a sex scene between a ref and a woman done in an effective and oh so sexy manner. 5 stars!!!

2.’there’s a place for us’ singing scene while eating gay meat (temptation island)

– the premis is that food that no one likes to eat will be eaten easily if one is singing. weird. but to make it weirder, the song has to be ‘there’s a place for us’ (whatever the title is). now let me just ask, how can it be easier to eat a fellow person while singing? wouldnt it be harder to chew while singing? i tried to eat while singing just to prove it and i was right, it was almost impossible to sing and eat at the same time when singing ‘there’s a place for us’ (its easier though when i sang ‘stop right now’ by the spice girls). weird.

3. roderick paulate as engkanto

– i saw him as petra. i saw him as a mountain native. i saw him as a goon/gay twins. but come on, as an engkanto? in a serious movie? all i could think of while watching him carefully pronounce every line of his dialogue lest a gay twang escape, is that scene of his in another movie when he delivered the line ‘isang box galing japan’ while applying lipstick on his lips.

4. plane giving flyers in temptation island

– ok. the whole film is weird. but fun. super fun. its just that why would a beauty pageant advertise for contestants by dropping flyers from a plane? why? i know its camp, but still. why?

5. maui taylor’s boobs in gamitan

– the scene: wendel ramos making love to maui taylor. both of them are standing. wendell is at the back of maui. maui is topless. maui is leaning against a transparent glass while wendell is pressing at her back. maui presses her boobs against the glass. and viola! the boobs transformed into a toilet bowl plunger.  as in. where there is supposed to be flesh, there is uhm an orb like something in her boobs. weird. its actually fun watching it on dvd. rewind-forward it repeatedly and youll be amazed at the sudden transformation. very good special effects you got there maui!

6. big fish on the face slapping scene (mara clara)

– can there be a more ground breaking sampalan scene than the confrontation of mara and clara during a party? what makes this scene as the scene to beat (yes this is even better than cherie gil’s ‘youre nothing but a copycat’ wapak) is the sheer genius of using a fish rather than the usual palm for slapping. imagine mara getting the fish (i think its sweet and sour lapu-lapu) from the table and wapaking it across clara’s face. now thats entertainment.

7. devirginization scene in Kahapon may 2 bata

– imagine Jennifer Sevilla, in a dire attempt to devirginize herself lest she be sacrificed or something by her townsfolk, inserting a long neck bottle in her vagina. now, why would she do that when a penis is warmer and im guessing more comfortable? heck, a finger would even be an improvement to that cold bottle. sheeesshh. women.

8. Nora Aunor as Super Gee in Super Gee

– Ok admit it, we all have images in our minds what a superhero should like, and sadly it does not fit the great La Aunor. For the entire movie, one wonders if its Super Gee or Super Mouse one is seeing onscreen. Her all black outfit does not help her one bit in trying to look like a superhero. It just makes her look like a bibo mouse who is ready to fight the bad guys. Go mouse go!!!

9. Ghost girl coming from a window ala the Ring in Sukob

– This is not just weird. It is outright funny. I understand why in the movie Ringu, Sadako came out of the TV (the whole movie is about a videotape which you watch through a tv. gets?) but why would this ghost girl choose to come out of a window? Is there something supernaturally frightening in entering a house through a window? Come on. Chito Rono should have borrowed Janice de Belen’s ref and let the ghost girl use it. now that scary.

10. Happy ending scene in One More Chance

– I looooove this movie. Except the ending. Its a downright downer. Why would I want to see a happy ending for a sad movie? The movie was able to disillusion me on a lasting love while bringing back old pains in the entire 90 minutes (or so) of its run only to turn its back with its tail between the legs and flop a happy ending on my lap. geeezzz. Why oh why did they do that? And oh, to make matters worse, the final scene looks like a Lovingly Yours episode cut and pasted in an almost great movie. hayz.