No, I didn’t watch Enchanted last year, cos I initially was piqued by the very Wanspanataym plot of a literal fusion betwixt reality and fantasy worlds. And I supposed you hell know what Wansapanataym is. What, no?
For my Speech121, our group planned to act Enchanted for our children literature performance. I was supposed to be James Marsden (Prince Edward), you know the one who thrice played the underwritten Cyclops in X-Men. And so, I borrowed a VCD from Ana Tan and did watch it, to orient my self. So if you won’t mind, ( here a few reactions… )
My Speech121 group of seven constantly ramble with each other to come up with a story for our (looming) children’s literature performance. For all I care, we are yet to perform something in front of gullible toddlers which they can instantly relate with and participate on.
Because I already said even before time that I’ve always wanted to be Sweeney Todd, this piece could never be likable for those brats. Our make-up could scare them to their wits while eternally whimpering, “Mommyyyyy!” The piece itself is hell gory and we might get censored by some self-important parent.
Edgar Allan Poe’s dark literature apparently won’t be even thought of. So weird of me. Shit, I really really wanna frighten the kids till their eyeballs stick out. Kidding.
And so I propose my own (Comm3) piece, “Snow White and Snow Cone.”