He yall So they elected a new guy. You would think they would have it mind to get someone say, a tad bit younger. From what I also hear, there is this little bitty rumor of his treue to a certain, past, um, totalitarian regime circa 1940s. Hmmm... I'm no conspiracy theorist, nor some anti-christ, but I'm just saying is all. Anyways, while I rot away in hell here's something that will take your mind off my purgatory: It's hot down here:
The Assassination of Richard M. Nixon: Ok, the "M" really isn't in the title, but if the producers were going to be so succinct with the naming of this film, would an extra letter really of hurt? No. Plus, the "M" stands for Milhous! Sean Penn plays Samuel Bicke, yet another mentally disturbed character, as the boy who wants to crash an airliner into the white house! Crazy coincidence? I hope not, I hope Niels Mueller is on the run cuz here comes the fuzz!
Blade Trinity: Ex-Guy (from 2 guys, a girl and pizza parlor) Ryan Reynolds has stated that he hates Wesley Snipes cuz he's a dick. I'm inclined to agree with him. Apparently, Snipes was in character 24/7 and alienated everybody-including Reynolds. Now wouldn't it be ironic if Alanis came over to the set and whooped his ass? Nah, that would be just fortunate.
Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events: Watch me tie the word "unfortunate" into the following: I happened to be on an unfortunate plane back from unfortunate Connecticut when unfortunate American Airlines made an unfortunate decision of playing this unfortunate movie. There's only so many words that I can handle in a title, and since Milhous ain't one of them, I'm outee.
The Manson Family: Blood, gore, sex and bald heads fill this movie. The latest attempt to encompass the fog of Manson. A culty appeal I can assumer, but man there is a ton of blood in this thing.
Undertow: David Gordon Green is my shining light. No, he's not, that title belongs to Lynne Ramsay, but hell he's pretty close. His latest is everything from thriller to 70s homage. It was quiet at the box office, but even Roger Ebert likes it--and he hates everything that doesn't have nudity. Recommended.
Well, it's a bit slow this week, so that's it. Please. Go. Home.
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