Last night, I went to Major Cineplex Ekkamai to watch Garry Marshall’s “Valentine’s Day“. I was supposed to watch this on Valentine’s Day itself but wasn’t able to as you know I had my “Wo Ai Ni Day” on that night. Anyway, whether there were mixed reviews about this movie, I don’t really care at all! Valentine-themed flicks are supposed to be light and targeted for the heart, hence, a feel-good movie to feed your emotions—OK, in biology it was actually the hypothalamus that links the nervous system to the endocrine system via pituitary gland but to sugar coat it a bit, most people often link the feelings or emotions to the heart instead of the hypothalamus.
Back to real life, as soon as I finished watching it, my friend Chach called me up inviting me to have some late dinner with them as Akkarin is leaving for Bangladesh again the following day. So I went straight to their condo. While having dinner, Chach put on a VCD of “Bangkok Traffic Love Story“.
And even though I did not understand some of the Thai words as there was no subtitling on it, it made me laugh through their actions & expressions alone. Speaking of alone, that’s one major subject of in that movie too. Same thing with “Valentine’s Day” movie, it doesn’t need a deep, mind-boggling thrilling scenes there to make most people (including myself :-P) giggle slash blush slash nostalgic in the theatre.
So I said to myself, “OK, I’ll give myself a rest for the day to be most people. Anyway, if it wasn’t for love then why else am I here in this planet where people live?” But I guess that’s when love takes over my eccentricities then there’s nothing else I can do but to dance to the beat of it: HEART, HYPOTHALAMUS, WHATEVER. . .