So on the eve of my depature (close enough anyways) I'd like to begin by wishing all of you a cool, phenomenal rest of the summer. I won't get all sentimental and stuff, but to my comrades here: Take care of the place, don't burn it down otherwise there'll be no opp. for me to write anymore, sorry I have to leave you with a thousand schedule shifts--but I promise I'll be back even browner with many a gifts. But really, thanks guys, I'll miss you.
Onto the biznatch: 16 Blocks: Bruce Willis plays a badass in which he and 16 of his best friends go out clubbing and he attempts to break the world record by ruining their game. That sucks dude. I say he's no real friend of yours if you're just on the brink of getting some and he comes over says: "hey man, you're mom and girlfriend are on the line." or "Dude, did you ever clean up that pesky pest problem downstairs?" I know, I know, he always goes too far.
Chappelle's Block Party: Good Ol' D is back in this soon-to-be-classic directed by our very own Michel Gondry. Ok he's not ours, but we sure he was. Big D goes around the country setting up shop, bringing along hopefuls for a big ass partay in NYC. Hop along so you can get your groove thing goin and your bling blingin.
Kiss Kiss Bang Bang: Sounds like you can't get away from Gene Simmons. He's even in your porn.
Neil Young: Heart of Gold: The new doc featuring the altGod Neil hammering away even at 110 years old. Watch him on the Grand Ol Opry with the young Emmylou and others. Feature Jonathan Demme behind the camera...oooh.
Pink Panther: Somehow I wish it was Robert Begnini doing the panther. He would be sooooo funny. I think he would be jumping up and down, loving the culprit for letting him catch them and he might even make out with the chief. But no, they had to bring in Beyonce and Mr. Steven Martin. I once saw Steve at MOCA. It was pretty slick. He had a PYT with him, showin her how classy he is, probably gonna say to her later: hey darlin, why don't you star in my remake of What's Happenin?
World's Fastest Indian: Anthony Hopkins is a native american. Yup, forget that yuppie brit accent. Here, he rocks the socks off that New Zealand accent. Ok not too far away from the brits, but his range is still good right? Who else can play a cannibal, an Indian-like, and even Dick Nixon. Yes I know, they're all the same character.
other notables I'm too lazy to write about:
Cemetary Man (!)
kids in the hall
Beyond the Valley of the Dolls dvd (!)
ok friends, enjoy yourselves, find yourselves and be happy.