Monday, June 13, 2005


Leonardo Da Vinci Fashion Line

I am turning into a hopeless romantic, I swear, and it's not funny.

Last night, I managed to catch Ever After, a new-aged translation of Cinderella, on Cinemax. Or was it HBO? Anyway, I have watched it once upon a time, but since Monday television wasn't exactly exciting and there was nothing else to do, I decided to stay up and watch. Besides, I thought that Drew Barrymore was incredibly witty in this movie. Adorable actually. And like how the stupid prince professed to her, it was her mouth that left him intrigued. Obviously me too.

Anyway, after watching the movie, it left me with this feeling. This feel-good feeling that only movies can have on me. It's like a high minus the weed. And I enjoyed it. If you could take a picture of me sleeping last night, I would have this huge grin on my face. Ok, for once, let's call it a smile.

I don't know exactly what I am rambling about. This is not the usual type or style of post that I would normally write about. But I felt like doing it. Even if it means there isn't a clear explanation to it. Like falling in love.


Blogger kepala_angin said...

i think it is the result of aging..

11:47 PM  
Blogger mangolisa said...

I love Feel Good movies and Drew Barrymore!!!! What I love about this movie is that the courtship was in the library - it reminds me so much of Terry and me... our courtship was spent entirely in bookstores and libraries.... in any city we're at. He even made me step into that ugly building with blue tengkolok roof in KL lol... nerdius maximus or what?

11:54 PM  
Blogger Dade Ghost said...

As you age, like me, you dont even get to watch movies... so better watch now.. or maybe later in my golden age kot? Maybe....

12:13 AM  
Blogger P. Kay said...

haha mudsters, you're getting all mushy in your old age!

(though, have been spending the past few weeks or so w/ my head in the clouds, so can't really kutuk you.)

its so lonely and quiet at home now! come over for dinner this weekend, avec the usual suspects, k?

12:42 AM  
Blogger A Babe Of Very Little Brain said...

everyone wants to feel the falling in love bit and not everyone's lucky. darn these movies!!!!

1:57 AM  
Blogger jana said...

"bah-hum-bug!" i say to all this commenters. as someone who lost their edge, i understand how scary it is.

2:29 AM  
Blogger Jayne said...

try watching 13 going on 30, tee hee :)

3:00 AM  
Blogger Pojan said...

ever after is very nice, hate that stupid prince though. When i watched that movie, I was hoping that she wouldn't end up with that stupid prince. She deserves sooooo much better. Since it's a new-aged translation of Cinderella, why don't go crazy and make the ending so totally different. haha. Yeah, then it wouldn't be Cinderella la kan?

If you're a hopeless romantic, then i suggest you to watch anime Hana Yori Dango, if you're into anime la kan. Darn.. this anime is soo jiwang and good.

3:06 AM  
Blogger lissa said...

dude, i've got hopeless romantic written all over my forehead, and i'm telling u, watever it is, its not about the age..

it's like a split moment were you suddenly transition to a new phase in life...

suddenly everything seems more beautiful...

suddenly u smile for no reason..

suddenly u feel your heart filled with warmth for no apparent reason..

dude, it's like a mat rock suddenly finds celine dion's I'm Alive catchy...

3:17 AM  
Blogger chick arse said...

well, at the mention of Ever After, i can't help thinking bout Dougray Scott's attire crotch grabbing horseriding euw! no offence guys...oh yea, the flick was nonetheless touching...

6:07 AM  
Blogger the jamie said...

I remember watching Ever After about 4-5 years ago with someone special. You just bring me down the memory lane... Thanks, ;-)

7:51 AM  
Blogger teek said...

hhmm...i like the movie tho not a fan of drew barrymore.
Habih la muddy, you've crossed to the dark side - the beautiful world of chickflick! yay!

*my recommendation - A walk to remember! get ur kleenex ready!

8:32 AM  
Blogger Muddy said...

Kepala Angin :

You think? Because of age? So you telling me within the next five to ten years, I won't just be a hopeless romantic, I would just be hopeless? huhuhuu...the questions. the questions...

Mangolisa :

Oh wow, what romance!!! I could imagine the verbal flirtations both of you indulged in. ;)) And hahahaha...the library with the blue tengkolok roof...oh gosh, i still owe them this George Orwell book since 1995!!! Oh well...hahahah...

Dade Ghost :

Dude, being older does not mean you can't watch movies. It's the total oppossite. A good movie to me is like reading a great novel, except it has moving pictures (which is fantastic for people who love visuals, like me). Next time I watch a movie I will bring you :)

6:20 PM  
Blogger Muddy said...

Khaylis :

Oui, c'est tres bon idea! Shall we organize a cook out this time around? Because I am begginning to miss that...:)

the babe :

yeah, the people in the movies fall in love like flies. it can be so unreal, but the fantasy gives us hope that we too are rightful for the experience.

jana :

Hahahah...hey babe, thanks for dropping by all the way from Kansas! :) Losing my edge? Oh no, still intact baby...;P

6:25 PM  
Blogger Muddy said...

bwooie :

Hey, thanks for dropping by! :) Dig the colorful curtains...ooooo...never managed to catch that movie. How is it?

pojan :

wow, sounds like you are a huge anime fan. awesome! to tell you the truth, i haven't caught any since forever. so you highly recommend that one? where can i get a copy? :)

lissa karina lee abdullah :

Hahahahahahah....LOVED YOUR COMMENT! Hilarious, I was laughing to the thought of me thinking Celine Dion as catchy! That will be the day!!!

Yeah, this natural feel-good high is amazing. I don't know exactly what contributed to it, but I don't care. I love it.

PS : Been listening to Destiny's Child new track "Cater 2 U" over and over again. Yeap, its official: I am a hopeless romantic...

6:31 PM  
Blogger Muddy said...

Chick Arse :

Hahahah...I know what you mean. Those ugly pants should burn, because seriously, its too damn *revealing*. Thank god for baggy pants!

The Jamie : problem. If I have turned to a hopeless romantic, I make sure everyone around me have turned into one as well. :)) And hey, thanks for dropping by!

Teeklebone :

The beautiful world of chick flick = the dark side??? now I know what Darth Vader watch in his late nights. :))

6:36 PM  
Blogger thinktankgal said...

The Romantic Muddy :) It's one of those feel good feeling huh! We need it once in a while you know....Cheers!

7:27 PM  
Blogger Pantani's 2nd Cousin said...

Emo dude!

8:45 PM  
Blogger kepala_angin said...

hahaha.. in 5 years time, romantic movies to you might as well be 2 Fast 2 Furious or Taxi. Love between a man and a machine, more expensive but definitely safer than broken heart or infinite headache.

hopelessly hopeless..

9:46 PM  
Blogger Muddy said...

Thinktankgirl :

The Romantic Muddy...hahahahaha...I swear, that will be the day! ;P

Theroadie :

Woohoo, Mr Bradshaw!!! :))

Kepala Angin :

Hahaha...a love affair with a machine? Make it a black mini cooper S with two white stripes over it. *I'm inloveeee....*

12:55 AM  
Blogger Pojan said...

highly recommend Hana Yori Dango for hopeless romantics. Try downloading it from the Net using Limewire or the easiest but not the cheapest way is to buy the boxset (18 cds) from Speedy. I think Speedy has it. Saw 1 at local vcd/dvd shop and the price is rm179.90. Talk about being robbed in a broad day light.

1:23 AM  

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