Thursday, October 05, 2006
  Disappointment for two movies; Anticipation high for two others
Well, since I'm going through a short period of gainful unemployment/vacation, I'm trying my best to catch up on some movies.

Saw two today. Both had high expectations, both were dull thuds.

Me, You and Everybody We Know - D-minus. Sucked. Yeah, pretty much sucked. I thought the part where the two girls...um, no, wait. Sorry. I was trying to be positive. It just sucked.

Little Miss Sunshine - B-minus. Some funny parts. Some compelling acting. Key word here: "some." I think the stories and character development lacked more than some. Overall, worth the $5.75 that me and four other elderly people paid for the 1:35 p.m. matinee. On an aside, if you've seen the movie, you can only imagine what folks in their 70's thought of it.

As for the two flicks I'm anxiously awaiting, they are The Departed and Borat. And they come out soon.

And in honor of the Borat movie, I thought I'd post a link with Borat clips on YouTube...you know, for a change.

Ok, that's it. Talk soon now, y'here.

(oh yeah, and Fergie? Yeah, um, kinda gross. Maybe you can put a paper bag over that London Bridge.)

yh&os,
 
Comments:
I hate to tell you that you are completely wrong about Little Miss Sunshine. A+.

You can't argue with me either...it's just science.
 
The horn: funny.
Alan Arkin: genius.
Rick James: hilarious.

Duane: awful
Greg Kinnear: awful
the wife: marginally awful
the hospital and related issues: stupid.
 
The advice from Alan Arkin should go down in history as come of the most poignant shit of all time.

You can't tell me you didn't laugh/squirm in horror and embarassment during the beauty pagent.

I actually liked Toni Collette (wife). I also loved Carrell.

FUCK A LOT OF WOMEN. I have no reason to lie to you.
 
Hello...we don't use the "F" word here anymore.

"Shampoo is better..." ~ William Madison

I loved Arkin's reaction to the bucket of chicken dinner.

And them forgetting Olive at the gas station was mildly amusing. Otherwise, it was disappointing.
 
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