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Here's Johnny

Willy Wonka Heard last year that Johnny Depp is set to play the eccentric Willy Wonka for the latest film version of Roald Dahl's Charlie and the Chocolate Factory... and found out today from The Big Smoker that it's true! Tim Burton directs. Next year we'll see if it's a good one.

Speaking of Quiapo, haven't been there for DVD buys since January. Need (yeah, need) to buy a ton of films I missed: School of Rock, Peter Pan, Big Fish, and I forget what else.

Inds: Damn I wish I were taking up grad studies in the ole alma mater right now. Cos a certain, ahem, tall prof is now enrolled there for PhD. ;)

Vids of note I've seen on MTV recently: Joss Stone's "Super Duper Love" and 311's cover of The Cure's "Love Song". Kewl.

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  1. Blogger the spy in the sandwich 

    Oh my God! This new design is delicious! :)

  2. Blogger indi 

    bernice, mag turo ka na rin sa UP or lagi mo nalang sunduin sis mo. heheh.
    saw the lemony snicket trailer. parang roald dahl din.
    i haven't been to quiapo in ages, too. my greenhills finds make up for it, though. irreversible (oh god, depressing.) sean of the dead (really stupid, but fun take on dawn of the dead and 28 days later, shows how much UK humor and melodrama can get away with. also got intermission (pero irish, hirap intindihin accent at walang subs), stand by me and baraka. also saw them selling central station and osama and fanfan la tulipe (di ko napanood sa cine europa at di rin binili kasi yoko ke penelope cruz.)

  3. Blogger *Rubber Doll* 

    Who's Ian?

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