|in summary, i’m not too pleased with the current situation|
|for those of you who care,|
i committed to westmont college. it's in santa barbara, california, the epitome of california dreamin'.
forget the big city life. it feels good to know where i'll most likely be in august 2006.
that's all i have to say for know. i don't know where my excitement went?
|so, V for Vendetta...|
i think the creators behind this film got their political message across. well, whatever that message was. at the end of the movie the message was still unclear to me. caleb wanted to start a revolution.
nonetheless, i liked it. it was good, not great. what separates good from great? i'm not sure at the moment. it was a lot to swallow. i'm still digesting it. maybe it was the unlikeliness of it all. i'd say it was overly dramatic if i was to compare it to today. democracy, people.
at the end when he didn't die from all those bullets, and the guy was like "why won't you die?" he said something like there was an idea behind him and stuff. then like five minutes later he dies. does that mean his idea died? the future was obviously in the hands of evey (she was hot). it was clear that she was part of the group who would create change. but what change.
v was a lover and a fighter. he admired the count of monte cristo. i saw that movie, tried to read the book. forgot what it was about, kinda. i just remember poetic justice. i'm trying to make a connection, but i can't. uhh, evey and v's love was kinda dry. i laughed when they kissed. i don't know.
good movie, see it. shooties.
it's 3 minutes after midnight
i think the redbull i drank 5 hours ago is still tweaking me