Tuesday, November 21, 2006

Ghost story of sorts

My friend lives in Delhi ... One day he went to visit his uncle for some days. One evening he and some other of my college friends went to Priya's for a movie. He had so much fun that he forgot that it was very late. He reached around midnight......

He had to walk about a mile from where his friend dropped him.... As he
was walking alone, he could sense that the night felt very creepy as it was
so dark. While walking, he was astonished to see an old creepy looking guy selling some books. It was a very unusual thing to see a thing like that..... It got the shivers on him when he noticed that his old guy is unusually pale and staring at him...

The old guy said "Son why don't you get a book...it would keep you company". Then he did something which he would regret for the rest of his life .........

My friend started to act brave & thought why not & had a look at his collection.. he noticed that all the books were related to supernatural activities...but he found one that was very interesting. So he asked the old man "how much is it?"....

The old guy replied, "Well son...this is an interesting book...it's
only for Rs 250. "

My friend was shocked and said "but...but...it's expensive"

This time the old man stared which freaked my friend. My friend quickly checked all his pockets & found Rs.200 & said "This is all I have." The old guy replied "It's OK son ...you can have the book for that price"

As my friend was just about to run for home...the old man called back & said "Son ... whatever happen, you don't ever flip the book to it's last page... remember these words or you would regret it...!!!!!"

My friend nodded and never looked back ... Reaching home...he quickly asked his Uncle whether there was any new old book seller nearby? The Uncle replied "not that I know of but ...we've heard that there's 1 old man comes once in a while during full moon nights but heard that there is something creepy about it...why son?"

My friend freaked out... he told his uncle "nothing uncle...just asking". He started reading the book with the old man's words on
his mind. At night, 2 o'clock, as he went to bed, a gush of wind blew
which chilled him up to his bones. At that glimpse, he noticed the wind had
blown the pages to its last page. He remembered what the old man has said!
But we humans tend to have the tendency to know. Out of curiosity, he flipped
to the last page & fainted...
What he saw at the last page is stated below:
Don't look further down if you have a weak heart I warn you


Original price:-- Rs. 20/-

Promotion price:-- Rs. 10/-

he he he he he he

Monday, November 06, 2006

Open season Review

Thanks tracey for showing interest in the movie review, but unfortunately, when I visited the multiplex, I found out they had stopped screening the ant bully. But they were showing "Open season" instead. Now I had seen the promo and was equally excited about this movie too. so me and my friend decided to go watch that.

The movie start was very unusual. Unusual in a funny way. The bear(Boog voiced by Martin Lawrence) is shown as a jolly happy go lucky guy living out his life in the city with the park ranger (Beth voiced by Debra Messing) who has domesticated him since the time he was a little cub. But he runs into a deer (Elliot voiced by Ashton Kutcher) and helps him escape from the mullet-sporting hunter (Shaw voiced by Gary Sinise) And thats where it all goes haywire.

Elliot turns up at boog`s house and persuades him into going outside. They go and wreck a store that night and Boog gets busted leading people to believe that he`s gone wild. That belief is further confirmed when at his show, Elliot turns up and as he tries to get rid of Elliot, The crowd sees a totally different thing happening through the curtain. This misunderstanding leads Beth to be compelled to leave Boog in the forest again.

The story takes various twists and turns from there which are best enjoyed first hand. Thats why I wont be mentioning that here. The movie really gets captivating here onwards. All the voices are very well done. The animation is top noch, specially Boog`s fur. Some animals are rather cartoony, like the duck for instance, but is totally enjoyable for all age groups. A must watch movie which I`d recommend to every animation fan and others. GO WATCH IT!

Sunday, November 05, 2006

Wednesday, November 01, 2006

Gonna watch The ant Bully!

(I have always experienced, that if I press preview before publishing my post in which I have embedded youtube.com video, it displays some error. if you experience the same thing, let me know plz)

I was really really excited about going to see this movie. But pranav had said 'no' in college. Thats because he had some other stuff to do. But I told him I felt I`m never gonna get to see this movie in theater. (because when you move up in life, you never wanna go back to the way things were in the 'miserable' time of your life.) I have stopped going to movies alone since I found pranav to go to movies with me. And if he didnt find time in his schedule, I am doomed to a life of my pc and dvds. Plus I couldnt possibly handle the "MORE" waiting time of the dvd release or the download time...which I know would be totally wrong!

The excitement levels are back up again as he has said yes and I`m going to go see this movie in 2 hours. I`ve heard its great from arjun bhaiya and I know he`s almost never wrong about movies. I`ll try to write a review when I`m back.