Celebrating Aon’s birthday at YakiMix! (Taken with Instagram at Yakimix Sushi & Smokeless Grill)
Up, up and away!: Statement of Support to DLSU TAPAT and JANA CABUHAT as DLSU USG President -
“Credentials is different from experience. Credentials is about what you did, while experience is about who YOU are. - Jana Cabuhat, candidate for DLSU USG President 2012-2013.
I am Moses Albiento, a Presidential candidate in the last Ateneo Sanggunian General Elections 2012. I’m here to ask…
Never The Less share their deep love for music, ice cream and each other.
So late in posting the news!
Anyway, sorry Ateneo but La Salle kicked your butt in football on January 16, 2011. 5-1! A difference of 4 is just too… big.
Ever since the FB thingo where we all changed our profile pics to cartoon characters we remembered during our childhood made me reminisce a lot for the past few weeks. Now it had this effect on me. I’v been watching a lot of shows that I really liked before! I watched AXN anime shows all over again like Gate Keepers and Vandread. I also watched Evangelion, even though I hardly remember it anymore. Now I’m watching Hunter X Hunter! This has to be the best year ender marathon ever!
If anybody remembers some favorite titles from their childhood, I’d love to know! ;)
I just got home from watching a screening of Senior Year at Robinsons Galleria with Ed, Joyce and the actor of Chito in the movie, Eric Marquez. The movie was free by invitational, so it was nice to sit back and watch knowing you didn’t spent a single peso for it. Except for the popcorn and drinks, of course. The after movie experience was really fun too! I got to meet and greet the director and some stars of the movie like Celina who played Mitch and Nikita who played Solenn. I even got the chance to take pictures with them! Now that’s awesome.
The film definitely deserved its “Rated A” recognition. Although I can refuse being biased and honestly say that I’ve seen better movies, it doesn’t leave you with just an “okay lang” feeling cause it was on a caliber far greater than that. Heck, in my opinion, the movie quality and production of Senior Year was even better than the movies from the movie giants. Hands down to sir Jerrold Tarog for that. It was my first time watching an indie film and the experience helped shape my view on indie, and I find it undeserving of the underestimation it’s currently getting. Indie films should be noticed. Don’t and your missing a lot. Anyway, maybe its just because I’m still a fresh graduate of high school, but I could totally relate and appreciate the film. It left me reminiscent of the last years of my secondary education. I suddenly miss being in high school all over again. Thank you Senior Year for the wonderfully free and worthwhile two hours I spent today.
I’ll be watching Senior Year later with my blockmates at Robinsons Galleria! Will post about it later. I’m excited to see and laugh at my friend who’ll appear in the film! Sorry Eric.