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      Zodiac says he kills people because he had headaches:-O. Oh no, I do have head aches, I believe I wont go around in a killing spree. What’s in it to kill people only psychopath could throw light on it? It’s becomes very difficult to find the killer especially if the murder happens for no motive. Just for the heck for it. You gone a long drive and you find 2 people and for no reason you see them and you kill them, Pathetic. When asked for the reason, he says he killed them because he had headaches, well at least the zodiac said in the movie Zodiac.

      The most hardening fact is that this so called Zodiac killer in the movie Zodiac was a real life character who threatened people life’s, killed cops sleep, and lived in the year 1969. What’s more he even sends letter to the local police and the newspaper about the crime he did and the cop for whatsoever reason have not been able to track him down. The case is open for several years, they close the case. The letter from the zodiac comes again after years which trigger them to open the case, they then close it again. The movie goes on; well I don’t go beyond this about the movie. Period. Watch it yourself.

      About the movie, there is no space for entertainment or to put in another way no masala things in the movie, it’s a very plain subject which we have seen in many other movies – find the killer. But what makes it stand apart from the rest of the psycho crime/thriller movies is that the script, the naturalness of the movie, the characters are very natural, the cop will react like a cop, the killer will be like a killer, people don’t do larger than life things here of course the killing spree though not natural but the truth is it’s a fact and it had happened 30 years.

      The script is quite complicated, and you will find a number of characters coming in and out of the movie several times, unless you remember them, you will have a feeling from where the heck this fellow turned in. Large part of the movie is either show inside a newsprint station or a police station and you keep hearing the telephone ringing almost in ¾ of the film. I don’t know why I really liked that phone ringing part.

      I always like the real life stories on screen as you can empathize their situation more than reading about them in papers. That’s one reason why I liked the film pursuit of happiness, October sky to name a few.

      Life is short, we never really know, the same thing can happen to us that happened to another innocent fellow about whom we read on papers or see on TV. So there’s no point fussing about things, narrowing it to our self. Let it go. Enjoy today as if there is no tomorrow.

      Zodiac - Sunday, July 29, 2007 -

      The Battle Lies Within

      Tagged From - http://paddyfieldprincess.blogspot.com/2007/07/uppu-kallu-song-my-version.html


      Tell me 8 Facts about me. I thought I thought and I thought, I simply don’t have any facts about me, its all been fictional all the way:D

      Day to Day Tasks carry on and they go in a separate path, but whatever I think, I dream has always been a larger than image, may be that’s why my preference has always been larger than life movies, I said prefer, that means the others come next in the line not rejected though.

      May be instead of tagging it as the 8 facts about me I change the rules to 8 childhood habit/dream of mine.



      Phantom: I have read comics like it’s the end of the world tomorrow. Be it from Rani Comics to Bill Watterson’s Calvin. Its been all through my life. I would struggle myself every 15 days to save 2 Rs so that I can get hold of the Rani Comics, it’s a Tamil comic fortnightly which regularly features Mayavi ( Phantom ) and Mandrae the Magician, flash Gordon etc . The walls in my house have been full of Skull Symbols, calvins and mickey mouse. I started liking the dual personality characteristics. Then came the rest, be it superman, spider man or he- man or the bat man. Had various arguments as to which super human character is the best. My personal choice has always been Super Man. Don’t ask me why, I am not ready for an argumentative mood as of now.

      The Ghost Who Walks - Phantom




      Einstein: I don’t know how it all began; I always fantasized myself as with having long beard, big mush, uncombed hair, and books all over, test tube, telescope, calculators, calculus, and microscope and in centre me on top of a building researching over unsolved mysteries failing thousand times. I wanted a job in NASA; I even don’t know what it does when I was a child, all I know was there was this huge space above us waiting to be explored.

      Even on the most solemn occasions I got away without wearing socks and hid that lack of civilisation in high boots. - Einstein



      Alfred Hitchcock: Wanted to be Sherlock homes, right from famous five to Nancy drew to Agatha Christie not leaving the bond, James Bond, they all have been my favorites. It’s the long coat, Big Boots, Big Cap, shot gun which impressed me towards this. I wanted to be a detective/cop but not a police, the word police I don’t know for no reason I didn’t like it. I liked the term Cop, private detective though.

      The happy people are failures because they are on such good terms with themselves they don't give a damn.
      Agatha Christie


      Dr.Jagan – This is one thing which I really didn’t want to be. I don’t know why it was always a scary thing for me. I feared doctors always. Everybody said I never fussed about taking medicine or getting an injection. But the truth is I was ready to take them than meet the doctor. Later at one point, I thought there was only 2 professions in the world, one doctors other engineers. Since I disliked medicine, I said to myself, when I grew up I don’t want people to call me Dr.Jagan, I thought Mr.Jagan was a lot better :D. at one point I learned that one has to take up biology to become a doctor. Ohhhhhh I hated biology and biology teachers. The rest is time. I became a engineer as I wanted though I am regretting for that too.

      A doctor says to a man "You want to improve your love life? You need to get some exercise. Run ten miles a day." Two weeks later, the man called the doctor. The doctor says "How is your love life since you have been running?" "I don't know, I'm 140 miles away!"



      Bill Gates: As I grew up, I wanted to be Bill Gates, I don’t know what he was saying but I heard he was the richest man alive, and I wanted to be rich though I took no steps for the same. Later I heard he was doing something in the field of software, so I thought Jagan you have made a correct decision to become a software Engineer. How brilliant you are :D. The world know the rest of the story, I hate being a software engineer now. Now I want to do something else though I know I can’t. BTW I still want to become Bill Gates, though the philanthropist part of him.

      If I'd had some set idea of a finish line, don't you think I would have crossed it years ago?
      Bill Gates


      Five Point Someone: I read this lately but the dream of getting into IIT came long back. I did try for it though, I withdrew from the race myself for no reasons though, but still enjoyed the days of long nights and unsolvable questions. But if I had been in IIT, I would have definitely been a five pointer, or below that, I had a tough time in PSG Tech itself. One fine day I will write a book “No Point Everyone – What not to do at life ;) “

      This will not be a book to teach you how to get in life what u want or even how to live in life. In fact, it will describe how life’s get screwed up even if you think straight."




      Java Tekkie: well no body calls me a Techie, so let me call it myself, be it a java nerd or a bill gates, this is what I am as far as my profession goes, I like it or not, I do stay long hours for work. I love sitting in front my laptop, definitely today is one of them. I woke up at 11 AM this morning, the time now is 8PM . I have not left my system not even for 5 minutes, even when I was having lunch, I was watching a movie and eating, its been 9 hours straight and am still not bored and if left alone I would stay like the rest of the night. I have been studying, watching movie, blogging, chatting, googling, voice chatting, watching videos,

      Null Pointer Exception

      Oracle Says Dr.Jagan ( Dr not for Doctor, Director may be ) Well this is one for the future that I end up, although there have been many that was left for the past and the present, let me keep the above dry and precise. Futuristic – the imagination as of now that I want to be is a script writer. I end it here.

      I never think of the future. It comes soon enough.” – Einstein

      Coming to the topic “The Battle Lies within”, many said to me SpiderMan 3 was so boring and waste of money. I really didn’t think so, this Saturday afternoon I spent 2 hour and 13 minutes watching that movie and it helped me kill 2 hours in the afternoon.

      “ Whatever comes our way.Whatever battle we have raging inside us, we always have a choice. It's the choices that make us who we are, and we can always choose to do what's right.” – Spidey 3. Wondering what Spider man has to do with quotes, this film was quite unlike the other films. Like Tamil Films it had hell a lot of sentiments, when I say lots I really mean it. Mudilada Sami. Appadiye tamil padam patha effect, there would have been so many wet handkerchief when people would have left theatres.

      I'm through with love I'll never fall again
      Said adieu to love
      Don't ever call again
      For I must have you Or no one
      And so I'm through with love
      I've locked my heart I'll keep my feelings there
      I have stocked my heart With icy frigid air
      And I mean to care
      For no one.
      .”

      Mary Jane sings towards the later part of the film and when she says “And I mean to care for no one “, Peter Parker comes and shows the hand, MJ accepts it and they fell in love.This is one of the best scenes that I liked ;)




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      Karuvaachi Kaaviyam

      Tagged By Maruthu .....








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