In Brillante Mendoza’s Kinatay, the genius lies in the director’s intention—and success—in transplanting our collective minds into the punto de vista of his main character, making us all witnesses in the gruesome crime that saw the body of a prostitute chopped up and distributed all over the place. It seemed like having a psychic-celluloid connection with Coco Martin’s Peping, because for some cussing reason, he asks the questions boggling us during the right moments. It’s insane. We feel his emotions; we have the same visceral reactions. I don’t think we have ever had a cinematic experience like this.

But then, the dichotomy between Peping and us becomes apparent towards the end of the film, because of a choice the character makes. At this point we feel that we don’t know him anymore, or whether we like him still. This is probably why people have this extreme love-or-hate stance with this film. It’s either we understand what Peping did, or we despise his decision.

What a movie. R. Sedricke Lapuz

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Daft Punk
Tron: Legacy (2010)

News of Daft Punk doing the soundtrack for Tron: Legacy was met with universal cheer, because we know, by some wicked intuition, that this French duo would do everything perfect. The score is the electronic band’s first foray into film, and Tron: Legacy, with its futuristic, neon vibe, felt like their ideal playground.

And we were right. To paraphrase one YouTube commenter, it was not like Daft Punk scored a film, but it was Daft Punk coming out with a two-hour music video. It was as if you turned on the visualization option in your iTunes, in 3D at that.

Try this track, Disc Wars. You’ll hear a sound merger of electronic and orchestra. Then close your eyes and you’ll see neon motorcycles traveling in a dark, moonlike landscape. R. Sedricke Lapuz

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Highlights Of Sedrick Barefield, a half African/Fillipino Hooper From California

Current Offers: Boston, Uconn, Kansas St, San Diego St
Attends Corona HS, CA 2015

Looks related to Trevor Dunbar haha

anonymous said:

How about your favorite, your least fave, and the one you want to kill but only a little and not permanently. (don't worry I won't tell them.)

Hmmm. 

My favorite’s probably Sedrick (which showed, and it broke my fanbase in half…and that half left. oops. XD;;), my least favorite is probably Safir (I never know what to do with him), and if I could kill someone off…maybe no one.

No one dies in WaM. XD

chopped

i wanna be one of those girls that can wear heels every day because i feel like it. but since im 6’2 people dont shut up about me being too tall even on special occasions. on second thought my man loves it so ima do that shit. and yo man gon wish he was sedrick. bitch.

smallfreelancer said:

But who are your favorite characters?

That people often hate?** Ah man, of course the mind goes blank…but let’s see if I can’t think of some. XD;

(Granted, I don’t think any of these guys are flat out hated by entire fandoms, but they tend to have some vocal haters…)

Yuiko from Loveless

Hot Rod/Rodimus from Transformers (Admittedly it was worse during S3 of G1, but he’s gotten a few lately in MTMTE)

Shinji Ikari from Evangelion

*squints* I’m sure there are more, but I’m seriously blanking right now. It’s been too long and fandom feelings change over time. XD

But we’ll end with this one:

Sedrick from The Adventures of Wiglaf and Mordred (my own comic) -  This one hurt the most because I lost half of my readership over people hating him. XD;

**I went with that one because I’m generally pretty simple to please and I’ve got favorite characters in all sorts of shows and if I were listing them all we’d be here all night, and most of them aren’t all that hated. XD;

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Sedrick Huckaby

"Sedrick Huckaby creates “quilt paintings” as a way to celebrate both his grandmother’s craft as well as the artistic legacy of the African American quilting tradition.  Huckaby has reproduced in thick, impasto paint the actual quilts produced by his grandmothers as backdrops for many of his portrait paintings of family and friends.  Now, for the current exhibition, he has elaborated on his use of murals and has created a painting installation in which the quilt paintings actually envelop the viewer and wrap themselves around you as you enter the gallery space.  A Love Supreme, Huckaby’s trompe-l’oeil mural of colored fabric, in oil on canvas, will be a welcome addition to the Danforth’s offerings this upcoming cold winter. Not only are the paintings about the importance of the quilting tradition but also bring to mind the rhythms and syncopations of another African American art form, jazz.  In fact, the title derives from John Coltrane’s famous jazz composition, A Love Supreme.”

http://danforthmuseum.org/sedrick_huckaby.html

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