March 10th, 2007

emma; only girl in the world

The Countdown to Summer Begins

I can't relax. I must work. I've been so lazy that I haven't been paying attention to school work and I haven't done half of what I'm supposed to do. When I finally accomplish all Collapse ) I can move on with my life and enter that wonderful period of a student's life called summer. Did I mention that we're supposed to be ending in two weeks? So how the hell am I supposed to finish all these by that time?

I wanna give a huge hug to Ana who I hadn't seen in forever. I promise that next time I will stay awake when we watch Iginuhit Ng Tadhana. Life hasn't been that bad though. I had a hella great time with 300 men last night

Movies.Com says it best.
The Basics: Spartans, after a long day at the gym blasting protein and Creatine shakes to make themselves hugely muscled and eight-packed to outer space and back, enjoy nothing more than waxing their chests and backs, oiling up their pecs, lats, triceps, biceps, quads and glutes, then stripping down to loincloths and capes and chopping off the heads of their enemies.
300 men and I only want one. Gerard Butler has never looked so hot. After little research, this 37 year old Scot is apparently SINGLE. That would make us only 17 years apart. Let's go!

But really, this movie was amazing. Done entirely in front of a green screen, the action scenes were so bearable (for those who can't stomach lots of blood). It was so beautiful to watch. Each scene was just so pretty to look at. Lots of boobies for the guys; 300 men in nothing but leather briefs for the girls and gays. The cinema was packed -- and I'm not surprised why.

Rodrigo Santoro as Xerxes was a HUGE waste too. He could have played one of the 300 other Spartans. Half naked, angry and yelling all the time -- how perfect! Seriously. With his face and body, why oh why did he have to play Xerxes?!? I'm so beyond baffled.

CanMag sums it up for me: "Gerard Butler’s portrayal of Leonidas will have you thinking that he would eat Gladiator’s Maximus, for lunch."