22 posts • joined 23 Jun 2007
Re: So many...
Sorry, but Waking Life is quite good. One of my top 5 of all time.
It's just not for everyone. It's slow, ponderous, and takes effort to watch. But the ending, which does tie all of it together, makes it worth the effort.
Southland Tales is crap, however.
Re: Channel 4
That movie would be "Robot Monster".
Re: Attack of the Killer Tomatoes!
I wouldn't be so harsh with AofKT. I was a comedy that was really trying to be bad. Besides it had some funny moments (the sheet music scene).
And, any work that points out that Donny Osmond's work was mostly crap needs a thumbs-up.
Re: Manos: the Hands of Fate
Wait a minute.. you wouldn't be the Petrea Mitchell who contributed to the MST3K fan pages back in the day, would you? [Bows appropriately]
Re: Manos: the Hands of Fate
Actually, I thought it was one of MST's funniest episodes ever. My face hurt from laughing so much.
Manos, the Hands of Fate - or - Monster A Go Go
Another MST3K fan chiming in for Manos, the film that answers the question: "What kind of horror film would a west Texas fertilizer salesman make?"
The answer: A really really bad one.
What blew my mind about the film was not just that it was so awful (and such ripe MST3K material). It was that, yes, an entire hour of footage was deleted by the MST crew in order for it to be shown. (Yes, the consarned thing runs for over 2 hours.)
And Monster A Go Go is just pathetic tedium from start to finish. Also jaw-droppingly terrible.
Just in time for the US holidays!
I'm making Thanksgiving dinner over here this week for 6 adults + 4 ravenous children. I'd like to borrow this guy's liver afterward to clean the pans.
(Choosing a pint, of course. Tho' a pic of Graham Chapman from 'Meaning of Life' would be more appropriate, but, what can ya do..)
No word on whether or not the cat was gay. (It's about as relevant as all of the other gender-preference details in this story.)
I don't get it..
The contents were clearly promoting exercise. Didn't she get what she paid for?
(Paris because.. well, if you have to ask...)
The only proper response from Sec'y Clinton would be:
"Want a little cheese with that whine?"
Aw c'mon, let him in. Pretty please?
In the States, Mr. Savage is undesirable, though not necessarily *an* undesirable.
If you could please let him in, THEN put him on a terrorist watch list, we'd be most grateful.
Hey, the man is overworked. He needs a (perpetual) Caribbean holiday.
Posting as Paris, since Michael and Jacqui have just enough brains between them to match hers..
No, you're not.
(Paris, 'cuz she's an empty-headed celeb as well)
Not made of money
The PAYG pricing is just obnoxious here in the US. I can put as many minutes as I like on my battered Sony Ericsson phone for (somewhat more) reasonable rates (via AT&T's Go Phone plan). But it looks like I'd have to pay a $600 premium for the same privilege with an iPhone.
Dumb dumb dumb.
Oh well. Let the fools and their money be parted.
The truth is .. well, you know.
If only the "X-Files" production team never left Vancouver for Hollywood. Mulder and Scully could have cracked this case already.
And if you're associated with Steve Norris, I have some beachfront property in Oklahoma to talk about..
"In the not too distant future.."
God I miss Mystery Science Theater 3000.. so much fodder, nowhere to stick it these days..
Had to do a double-take
It looked for a moment like someone was trying to patent "transparent fog".
I claim "air" to be prior art on that one.
Okey dokey, try this one for welcomed migration..
"..Give us your tired, well-utilized, overfilled shipping containers from the Far East.. your cheap plastic crap yearning to be bought, by our huddled masses at Wal-Mart, yearning to achieve instant gratification.."
Re: Stupid question but...
It was nice knowing you.
The N-word: not all movies get "the treatment"
For what it's worth, the Ealing classic "Kind Hearts and Coronets" played on American cable not too long ago, in its entirety, complete with the use of the N-word intact.
And this was on a Sunday afternoon; no "after hours" showing for objectionable content and the like.
Kudos to Turner Classic Movies for airing the film as it was originally shown.
It's the electorate, stupid
Two words: Florida voters.
Let me explain. There are a humongous number of (first- and second-generation) Cuban exiles in Florida. They'll do anything to subvert the Castro government, no matter how nefarious or tacky.
(Remember the sheer tastelessness of Elian Gonzales' relatives in Miami, when they battered the kid with gifts to show the media how wonderful they were? You couldn't miss it on US TV at the time. Sales of ipecac plummeted that week.)
These people, sadly, vote. And our politicians know it.
Homophobia notwithstanding, original poster has other problems
Somebody has apparently not yet realized that the Internet was never even intended to be a democracy, let alone one with any central authority regarding content.
Ideally, the Net is just a metaphor for that big bad scary thing called The World: If you don't agree with something you might see somewhere, then [insert drum roll here]... don't go there!
Thunderous revelation, I know. If anyone else needs a whack with a cluestick, I accept MasterCard and Visa.
- Vid Hubble 'scope scans 200,000-ton CHUNKY CRUMBLE ENIGMA
- Bugger the jetpack, where's my 21st-century Psion?
- Google offers up its own Googlers in cloud channel chumship trawl
- Interview Global Warming IS REAL, argues sceptic mathematician - it just isn't THERMAGEDDON
- Apple to grieving sons: NO, you cannot have access to your dead mum's iPad