anw SOM is honestly the most awesome musical? or whatever you classify it under i've ever watched. the music is awesome.
and i got hooked on narnia too. the movies are very nicely done i think. at least The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe, as well as Prince Caspian are. havent read the books but it's so cool seriously. from the start of As to the end i spent my weekends watching narnia and shrek. something about those movies draw me to them. might be the talking animals, the forest or just the whole fairy-tale thing. maybe i'd like to believe that such wonderful places exist. i'm quite an escapist. it's a bit like how harry potter books were to me when i was younger. but then you know, age 11 came and passed and like, i didnt get a letter from hogwarts so wells. i moved on (to raffles).
maybe that's why i really want to go uk. more than us at least. and esp a suburban uni. cos maybe i'll be able to find a spare room with a cupboard that would bring me to some spectacular fantasy land :) the possibility of it happening is higher than hogwarts existing at least.
and maybe a bit pedo to say this but the kids in SOM and narnia are so cute. gretl and lucy. i always wonder what's it like to be a child actor in films like narnia and harry potter. like you actually kinda get to live out that fantasy life. must be a really cool experience.
and those two films are set in war time. i wonder why.
anyway, more realistically speaking, if i didnt like the outdoors and nature so much, i think i might study neurology. i really think the brain is so fascinating. how we can see things in our mind's eye, how we form thoughts and stuff. if you think the brain is fascinating, check out these articles http://discovermagazine.com/2010/nov/15-the-brain-router-in-our-heads-processing-bottleneck
our brains are just mind-boggling.
and this has been quite a fluffy post. ah wells. As are ending soon (: