Saturday, June 28, 2008

Very Average Friday

Hey, hey. I'm going to take you through my very average Friday. I woke up thinking that I was going to edit some video clips together and expose you to the madness of screenplay development but I thought I'd keep it simple. Not to mention, I got lazy. So I drove to my parents house and snapped some very average photos of my day.

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My nephews giving props to West Covina! Jojo, Jude and Eric. Mad Max style.
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Cutting veg for some homemade tortilla chicken soup.
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My drink was basking in the sun.
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This is where I'm from. I plan to return one day and marry a beautiful Italian woman. Yep.
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Jude is way too young to be thinking that hard.
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My sister Charina is a bit camera shy. So I snapped a photo of her tattoo instead.
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My brother in law Matt and my sister doing it up in the kitchen.
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Colors.
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You wouldn't like Jude when he's angry. Pictured here with our beloved Chihuahua Barbie.

The soup was great. We always make more then we can eat, so I sat around like a bloated monster. After I mustered enough energy to roll off of the couch, Matt and I had a heated debate on wether we should go see Wanted or Wall-e. Naturally I was pro Wall-e. This goes without saying, but has Pixar ever released a truly disappointing film? Nope. Even Cars was still entertaining. I have to say it was a tough choice because I like Timur Bekmambetov. Nightwatch was cool and so was it's follow up, even though the story had me completely lost. Like what the hell is going on here?

After a few energy drinks, we took the kids to go see Wall-e. The 8:35 was sold out so we had to wait for the 9:30 showing which sucked. But I did get to talk to James Hong, he was there signing posters for Kung Fu Panda. I don't care what people say, he's still awesome because he was the lighting dude in Big Trouble in Little China. I loved that movie.

Anyhow, Wall-e was incredible. To the point where I can't even explain it's greatness. It's that good and it's late and I'm feeling pilltastic. I'm probably gonna wake up in the morning and think of that as an overstatement. All in all, it's worth a few viewings.

Anybody see Wanted? Lights out!

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Wanted is visually amazing. See it. Now.

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