My current music love are Keane's "Somewhere only we know" and "Everybody's Changing". I think the former's supposed to be replaying on the radio like there's no tomorrow but I don't listen to the radio anymore to get my fill of music to enjoy so the "radio" doesn't actually apply to me. So, there.
Anyways, there's really nothing much to update on here. Except that I have another list that I want to feature today. The list of the day is movies that I want to watch.
1. Phantom of the Opera - I still haven't watched this yet. I'm such a dolt for not catching it when the cinema was screening it.
2. Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events - A Jim Carrey film, so I definitely have to watch it. Also because it's based on that oh-so-famous author's book series about those three unlucky orphans and I feel that it's much too tedious for me to read them all. Watching the movie is the next best thing I suppose. In addition the girl's dress in the trailers looks really pretty. I want something like that.
3. The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou - The title's enough to intrigue me to watch it already. And also it's a Bill Murray movie so that's enough said.
4. Million Dollar Baby - It won the Best Picture Oscar so it can't be that bad.
5. Howl's Moving Castle - A Hayao Miyazaki film. I think it's a recent one and the trailer looks really interesting. There're two characters from it that reminded me of two characters; Yubaba and Haku, from Spirited Away.
6. The Motorcycle Diaries - It's a foreign language film. Spanish I think. I'm in the mood for non-English movies. And if I'm not mistaken the original theme song of this movie won the Oscar for Best Original Song.
7. A Very Long Engagement - Another foreign language film. French this time. The title's a mouthful so I'm referring this movie as Long Engagement from now on.
8. Ray - The music's catchy enough for me to want to watch and also to see if Jamie Foxx really was worthy to win his Oscar for Best Actor in a Lead Role.
9. Sideways - The movie's about wine. And two middle-aged guys going through a midlife crisis. I just hope it won't turn out like Lost in Translation, even though it was not that bad of a film actually. Just felt it was a bit too long for me to digest it properly.
10. Porco Rosso - It's another Hayao Miyazaki production I think, except that I don't know the title yet but it's supposed to be weirdly good according to the Cousin. I just know that it's about racoons shapeshifting into humans or something like that. Yeap. Racoons are cute. Though their eye bags aren't too appealing to me.
11. De-Lovely - It's a musical and I've heard fairly good reviews about it. Robbie Williams and Alanis Morrisette are in it singing a song or two so I'm all for it.
I think that's enough for today. If I have anymore movies I desire to watch I'll add it into this list. Suggestions are most welcome. Please refrain from suggesting me inane, boring, predictable plots, uninteresting characters filled, negligible story lines and most importantly over-hyped movies. Anything else is fine.
Now, I've got to return to working on my Economics assignment, Marketing studying, and Accounting exercises. I'm developing into a total nerd and geek. You won't recognise me by the end of my first year of this undergraduate course.