A Huffalump lives here: Still not dancing =)

Saturday, May 28, 2011

Still not dancing =)

And.... I still am not dancing dang....

any hows

General Elections went by, and life as changed so much. So many things changed, so many things to talk about and I was just wondering when?

when? When will I write a damn thing? =P

Sumiko Tan is now married, I don't see Ong Sor Fen in the Strait Times as often .... tho that probably my fault (I only read occasionally as opposed to everyday in the past)

I guess i must be really bored today =)

anyhows things to do:

  • Fix the damn computer - I believe I need to cut something.. the stupid mobo has only two pins whilst the tower case power led has three

  • Do Android app - I am really lacking inspiration here, ideas??? =)

  • Do a personal horn tracker - for MH =P I dunno if I will ever get round to doinng it tho, right now I am doing a cut and paste

  • Get cracking on the CFA - sighz =/

Anyhows in other news, I just really wanted to say:

Movies must MOVE you. I just watch Dylan Dog, the other day and it was sad.

The story had potential, but ermm in the end the story was just kinda flimsy and the acting.... I dunno ... I could'nt link (Dylan felt really fake) ... somehow

The one connection I had......

Was when Dylan's Zombie buddy scratch his eye at the end saying something to the effect of, his eye is itchy and its like something got into it.

At this point the audience is able to see that his eyes (the Zombie) has gone light blue. And Dylan softens (no I still could'nt connect =P) and says lets get you a set of new eyes (or was it fresh eyes) and the zombie goes on to make wise cracks about old spice.

It was the acting, it was the lines and to some extent the execution that gave that moment its moment.

I guess what moved me was the fact that his friend was really dead, really a zombie. It was this realisation that soften Dylan (I guess???) and it was really a sad moment.

more later ... its lunch at crystal jade now =D

[alright -- back =) 1546]

now i spent some time reading other reviews about Dylan Dog and ...

I agree with some views, mainly the Zombie (Sam Huntington) was the only (ironically) decently fleshed out character =P

But to say that Dylan Dog ranks up there with Buffy and Ghostbusters (or The Blob)???


Buffy was waay waay better, and fan should know why it died. It just ran out of things to write and say. I mean you can only save the world once... or twice or three times nice =P but thats it! The major apocalyptic type just kept getting bigger and bigger like some property or tech bubble. (the final scenario in the TV series was mass slayers versus mass Uber Vamps ... *shivers* -- the bright spark? --

Buffy: I love you
Spike: No you don't. But thanks for saying it

Simple words, but the weight was really there because there was a build up

Another one of my favourite lines by Spike:

"We like to talk big, vampires do. 'I'm going to destroy the world.' That's just tough guy talk. Strutting around with your friends over a pint of blood. The truth is, I like this world. You've got – the dog racing, Manchester United, and you've got people: billions of people walking around like Happy Meals with legs. It's all right here. But then someone comes along with a vision, with a real passion for destruction. Angel could pull it off. Goodbye Piccadilly, farewell Leicester bloody Square."
―Spike joins forces with Buffy to stop Angelu



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