I’ll admit, I was slightly shocked at how little footage we actually saw of the two films given the fact that the trailer was quite sizable in length, but sitting back and thinking about it, it kind of makes sense.
This trailer is WB showing off. We knew a month in advance that this trailer had been planned for release with Eclipse. I mean, the first shot is mountains at Twilight. They know what they’re doing.
This is like a big grand event. They’re addressing their audience from far and wide.
The Media? REMEMBER HOW EPIC WE WERE? CUZ WE’RE EPIC.
The Casual Fans? WE’RE ABOUT TO BOW OUT, BUT WE’RE GONNA DO IT IN TWO PARTS AND IN 3D. JSYK.
The Hardcore Fans? YOU GUYS ARE EFFING AWESOME AND WE JUST WANT TO SAY WE LOVE YOU! THIS IS YOURS! THANKS FOR TEH MONIEZ TOO!
The shots are all the highlights, the treats, the little tasters of the truly epic things to come. This is how Fantasy film making is done bitches, watch and learn.
And then, when it’s all over, we go into the lightning and the title and it just screams:
HARRY FUCKING POTTER BITCHES. SIT DOWN. WE KNOW HOW TO GET SH’T DONE.
And then the audience sits back and watches Eclipse, all the while in the back of their minds knowing that they aren’t getting what they should.
School today can be summarized in two words: fast and uneventful. I only have Duck Pin Bowling every Tuesday and Thursday and unfortunately today, we were learning about the scoring process- it wasn’t amusing like the drills we had last week (the ballet slash tap dance slash folk dance) so it was a bit boring.
I wasn’t able to meet my block mates today also. I think it’s the first time I’ve gone to UP without seeing any of them.
Anyway, I crossed the Beta Way (not the ‘forest version’ though) by myself today.
It’s the path way that cuts through the Acad Oval and connects the Melchor Hall to the AS.
I promise to myself that one day, before I graduate, I’ll pass thru the Beta Way at night. Not alone though! I’m not that brave or suicidal (the death of my sanity.)
HAHAHAHA! :)) Ang tagal na nun~! Yung kakaibang lasa! =)) Buti hindi na nag-uuwi yung Dad ko nun! Thankfully, yung kinain ko kanina binili lang namin sa grocery sa Landmark kaya “original” ang lasa =))
It was a Math 11 quiz. Well, more like “a-five-minute-just-answer-a-single-question-quiz-‘cause-the-prof-just-wants-it-done-and-not-wait-for-next-week-and-inside-I-was-pannicking-‘cause-my-next-class-is-far-from-the-math-building-and-it’s-on-the-fifth-floor-and-I-don’t-want-to-be-late” type of test.
Plus, out of, maybe 30+ students (including my 10 (or 11?) awesome block mates), only 2 (Go Shomai! :)) ) got the correct answer, meaning only 2 passed.
Seeing as I wasn’t alone in this (literally) fail quiz, I’m fine.
Today was truly like my first day of academic classes (Sinabayan ko USTe? :))). I met all my Professors in all subjects (or courses) starting at 8:30 in the morning up to 4 in the afternoon. All academics without break. woohoo.
I realized something today, and it’s not philosophical, just a plain literal observation. All my classes are either in the highest floor of the building or the lowest. No exaggeration.
In Palma Hall or AS (four floors.), I have 3 classes. My first class in the morning (Kas 1) is on the 4th floor.
Archaeo 2, my 2nd to the last class, is at the “basement” of AS. My last class (Eng 10) is also in the AS, on the last room in the 4th floor again: 440 :| (So consecutively, I have go from the lowest part of AS to its peak in just 15 minutes. Kaya naman.)
My second class is Math 11 in the Math Building- which is the farthest building in UP for me, and the room is in the 3rd floor… MB has 3 floors.
Last comes the most grueling part of my “paglalakbay”, after Math I have my CW 10 in the KAL building… on the 5th floor :| So after walk walk walk, riding the Ikot, I have to climb 5 flights of stairs. Guess who arrives in class sweaty?
My schedule is jam packed and Murphy’s Law! I just had to get those classrooms didn’t I?
Well enough complaints for now.
Highlights of my day:
Maui and I saw Zorro again as we walked toward CASAA. He said to us "Ang ganda niyo." We tried to stifle our laughs. Apparently, that’s how he greets every female. :))
We saw Ramon Bautista at CASAA! We were all starstruck, except for Miggy I think. :)) He doesn’t recognize him at all! :))
There were also a few low points for today (that has nothing to do with my sched) but it’s history! No point in sulking writing about it.
Other people find you very interesting, but you are really hiding your true self. Your friends love you because you are a good listener. They’ll probably still love you if you learn to be yourself with them.
The type of girlfriend/boyfriend you are looking for:
You like serious, smart and determined people. You don’t judge a book by its cover, so good-looking people aren’t necessarily your style. This makes you an attractive person in many people’s eyes.
Your readiness to commit to a relationship:
You are ready to commit as soon as you meet the right person. And you believe you will pretty much know as soon as you might that person.
The seriousness of your love:
Your have very sensible tactics when approaching the opposite sex. In many ways people find your straightforwardness attractive, so you will find yourself with plenty of dates.
Your views on education
Education is very important in life. You want to study hard and learn as much as you can.
The right job for you:
You have plenty of dream jobs but have little chance of doing any of them if you don’t focus on something in particular. You need to choose something and go for it to be happy and achieve success.
How do you view success:
You are afraid of failure and scared to have a go at the career you would like to have in case you don’t succeed. Don’t give up when you haven’t yet even started! Be courageous.
What are you most afraid of:
You are afraid of things that you cannot control. Sometimes you show your anger to cover up how you feel.
Who is your true self:
You are mature, reasonable, honest and give good advice. People ask for your comments on all sorts of different issues. Sometimes you might find yourself in a dilemma when trapped with a problem, which your heart rather than your head needs to solve.