Saturday, August 7, 2010

SUN! *sniff*

Day 10- Songs you listen to when you are Happy, Sad, Bored, Hyped, Mad
Happy: Cosmic Love (Florence + The Machine), 1901 (Phoenix), Starlight (Muse), United States of Eurasia (Muse), Night Air (Teddy Geiger), One Year, Six Months (Yellowcard), Warp (Bloody Beetroots), Plug in Baby (Muse), Hysteria (Muse), Paper Planes (MIA), anything by Vampire Weekend, Signs (Bloc Party), anything by The Presets
Bored: Anything by Hey Monday, One of Those Days (Joshua Radin), anything by Florence + The Machine, Signs (Bloc Party)
Sad: Hide and Seek (Imogen Heap), Fix You (Coldplay), Let me take you there (Plain White T's), Drifting Further Away(Powderfinger), Winter Song (Sara Bareilles), Forever Young (Youth Group), anything by Death Cab for Cutie, Greys Anatomy soundtrack, Signs (Bloc Party)
Hyped: Time is running out (Muse), Warp (Bloody Beetroots).
Mad: Somebody Told Me (The Killers), Numb/Encore (Linkin Park).

Now that took a while. There are probably heaps more songs that are just not located in my brain's filing cabinet right now. My cold is nearly gone, and I am feeling very proud of myself due to the fact that as of 12:33 PM, I have 'worked out' for an hour, done some stretches and a half-hearted attempt at yoga, sculled an Edmunds & Greer coffee, and have written and timed my drama monologue. For you to properly understand my achievments on this fine Sunday, I must inform you that my usual Sundays consist of lying in bed, with a box of cookies next to me, slowly making my way through it until there are none left, going down stairs, finding more snacks, then going on Facebook until dinner. See? I have improved!

I think I have come to a conclusion with my 'Inception Theory'. WARNING! IF YOU HAVE NOT SEEN INCEPTION SKIP THIS PARAGRAPH. In my opinion, Cobb (Leo DiCaprio), in reality, is a depressed man who can't get over the death of his wife, and is filled with regret and guilt. 'Inception' people are hired to help him to get over her death, planting the happenings of 'Inception' in his dream (basically the whole of Inception is a dream).
EVIDENCE FOR MY THEOREM: Throughout the entire movie they talk of how in dreams, you never know how you got to where you are. Cobb washes up on the shore at the beginning of the movie, and you never know how he got there. The opening of the film is also a series of fragemented visions, much like what happens in dreams. You know how they talk of the process of getting the client to believe what's happening? How they have to get them involved? That's the team of the 'Extractors', and they have created the sub-plot of Fisher and his relationship with his dad so lure Cobb in, to get him involved. Also, remember how in the movie, what is happening in reality is kind of reflected in the dream? Ellen Page, the architect (forget her characters name), in real life, is his physcologist, who in reality is working with the Extractors to help him escape his guilt and to continue on with his life. The movie ends with the screen going black, which is the real-life Cobb waking up, as the job has been done of him getting over the guilt surrounding his wife's death. Chris Nolan, the director, said that dreams always end at the most important part. SEE? I'm a genius.

P.S. This is what I'm going to do to my room:

P.P.S. I hope you will get off the computer now, as the sun is out!