Tuesday, July 31, 2007

This song

is a fucking gem.

So i'm posting it on my blog.

Thursday, July 26, 2007

Movies and shit.

apocalypto - 6.5/10. it was made up to be far too mythical for a movie that just ended up being a rescue mission. the last two minutes contribute nothing. in its defense, there is a lot of running.

Wednesday, July 25, 2007

Call for pricing details.

While supplies last.

Tuesday, July 24, 2007

they changed the mcchicken.

i am going to get those fuckers.

Monday, July 23, 2007

i only ever exaggerate to describe things.

hotel rwanda - 7.5/10. from the constant gardner school of hating people for what they've done and being proud of them at the same time, except this and united 93 feel easy. it's easy to be inspired because you're showing something terrible, but it doesn't really try to make a point. the question of foreign intervention is something that should have been raised in both movies but never really was and it's weird, because they both should have made you make polar opposite reactions to the same subject.

i'd just like to use this moment to remind you that the constant gardener is one of the greatest movies ever made.

oh, and sophie okonedo has one of the greatest smiles on the planet.

Sunday, July 22, 2007

EB: At the Movies.

united 93 - 7.5/10. i'm sort of a fan of movies that you know the outcome of and everything is building towards that inevitable conclusion. 'elephant' and the like. but while this was intense and sad, i'm not really sure why it exists.

Saturday, July 21, 2007

Shit was intense.

So last night, at the used cd store, I came across a relic of my youth and, in the next two minutes, I had to reconcile my old self with my new self and decide if I was still that person.

I decided I was.


Tell your children not to walk my way.

Monday, July 16, 2007

Here is my critical analysis of a kid's movie.

harry potter and the order of the phoenix - so far, the harry potter movies have been the definition of light entertainment but, fifth time around, they figured out what they were doing. it's dark, scary, and for the first time, there's a real sense of urgency to everything. just the nature of them taking place over an entire school year meant there was a lot of meandering and crap that didn't have anything to do with anything other than what was introduced may be referenced in one of the later movies and we need to put it in just to make sure, but most everything here seemed to be focused on building to the final battle, which is the most exciting thing any of the movies have come up with. the giant was the only thing that seemed out of place and there was an actual sense of magic that'd been missing from the other movies. 8/10.

Sunday, July 8, 2007

fatty mcgee

i would like to think that my body is falling apart because of hard-partying and having sex with so many women, but it's really just because i eat a lot of fudge rounds.

also, browsing on the internet while eating chips is hard.

Saturday, July 7, 2007

Subject line.

Meet the Feebles - 2/10. this movie hurt my head. i've come to the realization that half the movies i watch on netflix aren't because i actually want to see them.

Friday, July 6, 2007

Fries without salt.

Fuck this shit.

The power of the medium.

Luke Cage, hero for hire, to Dr. Doom, world-class sorceror, a scientist on the caliber of Reed Richards, and gypsy ruler of Latveria:

Also, this:

Credit: www.the-isb.com

Tuesday, July 3, 2007

A plea to the American public:

Stop liking things that are bad.

transformers - 4/10. tacky. in a movie about giant fucking robots, there was not one moment that resembled genuine excitement.

Monday, July 2, 2007

A cat watched me poop.

It was oddly comforting. It also reminded me how terribly alone I am.

My other stories about cats:

We once had a cat named Midnight. It was black. I didn't name it. Thinking back, I don't think I ever got to name any of our pets, which probably explains my inability to love any of them. Anyway, she died by getting into my dad's engine when he started it. Oops?

My aunt has a lot of cats and dogs and I think a ferret that fucking woke me up at 6 a.m. every morning by nibbling on my toes. I'd think it was adorable if it wasn't six in the morning and fucking cold because they had trash bags for walls. My aunt once broke her foot and didn't go to the doctor because something to the effect of 'I don't believe in them.' I don't know. My uncle, her husband, doesn't have any teeth and a tommy gun in the attic. Anyway, I don't like visiting there.

I think if I had a cat, I would name him 'cool dude.'

/Post about cats.

By the way, my aunt's name is Bessie.

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