In my opinion FACT OR FAKED would be far more entertaining of they introduced a new “expert” to the cast. An expert in common sense.
Preferably a Boston Rob, who just spends the entire time point out how retarded everyone is for believing this shit…
Chi-Lin: Today I have a big foot video!
Boston Rob: That ain’t Bigfoot. It’s a frigging asshole in a monkey suit.
Chi-Lin: How can you be sure?
Boston Rob: First of all Bigfoot lives in the forest. Secondly the guy is making every effort to copy the Patterson film in every way, he keeps looking at the camera, and he moves towards the camera in a path that gives him the longest possible exposure to the camera…you frigging idiot.
This movie goes all the way back to “Freddy’s Revenge.” As the story goes, when the studio approached Wes for a sequel to the original Nightmare on Elm Street, he came back with a script that was damn near line for line what would become New Nightmare.
The studio freaked…naturally, and said it was far too “metacinema” for them and pretty much gave him the boot.
You know how it goes from there, New Line came out with sequel after sequel until finally killing off Freddy in Freddy’s Dead. Thankfully, this setting worked perfectly with Wes’s original concept, and thus Wes Craven’s New Nightmare was born.
The plot revolves around Heather Langencamp, “Nancy” from the original Nightmare film, playing herself in real life where she now has a husband and kid and no longer does horror films. However, strange things have been happening. Earthquakes are happening more and more, Heather is getting letters and phone calls by a deranged “Freddy” stalker. While this is happening, Wes has been writing a new Nightmare script, and as things continue Heather is becoming aware that Wes’s script, and Freddy himself is starting to leak into real life.
The concept was fresh and new back in its time. The whole idea of “meta” would not truly become big for at least another decade. And bringing Freddy back to his horror roots was a breath of fresh air after the horror-comedy sequels that preceded it.
The entire “meta” idea has its strengths and weaknesses. While on the one hand, it’s cool to actually see Wes, Robert, and Heather playing themselves. On the other, you have other people that clearly should not be in front of a camera, like the New Line Cinema executive producer…*shudders.*
Being made in the 90’s, the movie benefits from all the great stuff I mentioned in the previous review for Freddy’s Dead…better blocking and lighting, tons of gore, and none of that 80’s camp anywhere to be found. It’s the Nightmare sequel I always wanted, but not at all the one I expected.
Now, admittedly, and with every attempt to not sound like a hipster…a lot of people may not get this film. You either love it or you find it boring as hell. I really can’t elaborate any further than that, I wish I could but that’s the way it is. You either get it, or you don’t. That being said, you really need to at least give this movie a try, because if you get it you’re in for a great time. If not…well, that’s fine, no worries. I’m not going to put the horror-movie-hipster guilt trip on you for it.
B-Dubbz Terror Fest: Freddy's Dead: The Final Nightmare
This movie…oh my god this movie…seriously. Every moment in this film just reeks of a writer’s room over at New Line Cinema collectively groaning “Let’s get this over with.”
Oh, yeah…the tagline for this movie. Pretty damn cocky of them right?
Anyways, onto this abomination. Now, I say that, but at the same time I can really enjoy this movie at times. Of course, it all depends on my mood. You could definately tell they were going for the straight up Horror-Comedy angle in this, but it was too early yet for them to know what it the genre was (Ronny Yu would still be a few years coming) so it kinda missed the mark. Bottom line, we’re not in the straight Horror anymore with Freddy.
The “Plot” revolves around the idea that Springwood has one surviving teenager left, and the encounters with Freddy have left the town a decaying wasteland with only a handful of half-insane residents left. Freddy uses the remaining teen to leave Springwood so that he can find more youth to slaughter…oh and Freddy’s daughter is wrapped up in there somewhere.
This movie was the only Nightmare movie to be made in the ninties…and it SCREAMS it in every way. The feel is different, the look is different, video games are everywhere, Alice Cooper cameos, and the movie actually looks like it was shot by a professional film studio. No offense to the 80’s but they had a lot to learn about blocking, shot composition, and lighting.
That helps the film I think, and honestly would have liked to see more sequels made in the ninties. Personally, I think those sequels would have done much better than those in the eighties. The ninties may have that annoying habit of wanting to explain the origins of people (Freddy, Jason, Michael Myers) regardless as to whether or not it makes sense…but the ninties also loved its gore and gritty social commentary, particularly on issues such as drugs and local crime. A Freddy movie that included a sub-plot where the teens were abusing Hypnosil…now that sounds awesome to me!
But no…Freddy came far too late. Shame.
The kills are ridiculous, but fun. Again, going for the horror-comedy angle, it actually tries to be campy and weird as opposed to the previous sequels that seemed dead-ass serious…even when turning a girl into a cockroach and crushing her. You don’t feel like your intelligence is insulted in this one, it’s almost like you’re in on the joke…and it feels ritcheous.
Wow…it really comes off like I have a massive hardon for this movie doesn’t it? I guess I do a little…but at the same time, I hate the ending so much it taints the rest of the movie for me. It just ends…like, abruptly. It’s like the opposite of an Oliver Stone movie where instead of continuing on another 20 minutes after the climax and resolution of plot, the movie ends immediately after Freddy is killed. No follow through on the characters or anything. No glimpse of a revitalized Springwood. NOTHING!
*Freddy Blows Up*
I’m not kidding…that’s EXACTLY how it goes.
Then there’s the whole “Ultimate explaination of Freddy.” Some made-up Dream Demon mythology. New Line loves it’s demons apparently. Jason was a demon lizard possessing people, Freddy was given his powers by Dream Demons, Rozanne and Tom Arnold make cameos…
It’s lazy, and boring. It’s much more intriguing when Freddy was just an unstoppable evil force, fueled by fear. But no…he’s got demon powers. The End. Thanks for watching 6 of our movies and thanks A LOT for your money! LOLZ!
All in all, you need to watch this movie with the right frame of mind. Go into it as if you were about to watch BRIDE OF CHUCKY. See it as a comedy that just happens to be about a guy with finger-knives killing kids. Do that, and you might just have a decent time. Go into it expecting a serious horror film like the first, and you will hate every moment of it.
B-Dubbz Terror Fest: A Nightmare on Elm Street 5: Dream Child
I really can’t tell you why I love this sequel so much. When you think about it, it’s a silly, predictable, by the numbers horror sequel thrust into theaters to make easy cash…and yet, it has such a near and dear place in my heart.
Thankfully Alice is much more tolerable in this film than in her debut. She’s no longer the mousey girl that we are told we are supposed to like, but instead it seems she’s a completely different character, and one we actually find we kind of like.
The plot is simple enough. Alice gets knocked up, and Freddy is using the baby’s dreams to get his hands on a whole new generation of Elm Street children…and then there’s a sub-plot involving Freddy’s mom that’s alright I guess.
The dreamscapes are much more creepy in this one, thank god. The last movie seemed to be just going through the motions. The boiler room is more menacing, the asylum is gritty and visually intriguing, and the MC Echer church set is really freaking cool. I dunno…call me a nerd if you must but anything that smashes Robert Englund running around with a knife-glove and MC Echer gives me the joys.
Then there’s the practical special effects. The climax in DREAM MASTER was about the only impressive bit in the last one, but DREAM CHILD more than makes up for it. Between the Nightmare-cycle and Freddy’s “death” this movie has all the practical effects could hope for.
It seems weird to say this, but despite the absurdity of the plot of this film, it feels like between this and DREAM MASTER, DREAM CHILD is the darker toned film. Maybe because of the heavy themes of motherhood and nature verses nurture in child rearing. I don’t pretend to know. As I’ve said before, I just really, really, hate DREAM MASTER. Any excuse to dump on it I suppose.
I also find it funny that throughout the beginning of the movie the script writers were just as flabbergasted as the audience that this movie was being made. It’s full of lines like “He’s back…again,” or my personal favorite “Why is this happening again?!!”
I guess it’s a number of little things that make me love this film as opposed to the film itself as a whole. I’m aware that I’m a freak of nature and am probably the only person out there who loves this movie so recommending it is difficult. I love it,b ut I can’t see anyone else loving it as much as me, so why bother telling people to see it? Well, a man can hope for a companion in his unholy love for a terrible horror movie sequel.
B-Dubbz Terror Fest: A Nightmare on Elm Street 4: Dream Master
From the get go you know you’re in trouble with this movie. Right off the bat it starts out off with a horrible 80’s pop ballad made specifically for this movie…you know the kind. The sultry female voice that somehow writes lyrics about her secret crush AND the movie’s psycho killer.
"I’m RUNNING FROM THIS NIGHTMAAAAARE!"
Ugh…kill me now.
The movie itself picks up not too long after it’s predecessor, and revolves around the survivors as well as introduces a new central character who you could care less about. A meek little nothing character named Alice who has fantasies about being strong and confident while dealing with her shitty life in reality. Meanwhile, Freddy comes back inexplicably through flaming dog urine (no, I’m not kidding) and starts killing everyone around her.
The disposal of the DREAM WARRIORS survivors are quick and unceremonious, basically a tool to get the rest of the story going. Freddy himself is in full-blown “one-liner” mode, and it’s painful to watch, although not nearly as bad the ones in FREDDY’S DEAD…*shudders.*
They cram in some made-up fairly tale, a so-called “Dream Master” rhyme that is basically the lords prayer with new words. Super creative right? The idea is that when all her friends die, Alice gets all their “dream powers” until she is the all powerful Dream Master that dresses up like some punky motorbike thug and kick-boxes Freddy to oblivion.
It’s also funny that after four movies the parents still don’t get the message that the dude they torched is coming back to life and killing their kids. The town doesn’t really seem to accept this until the sixth movie and the place becomes a messed up ghost town occupied by wack-jobs and Tom Arnold. But I’m getting ahead of myself.
When kids end up dying by being sucked into a water-bed, you’d think that would raise an eyebrow or two. But it seems the mouses red-head without a single courageous bone in her body and her Karate Kid wannabe brother are the only ones that can save all of elm-street. Blah, Blah, Blah.
I really do hate this one. There’s really nothing interesting or entertaining about it at all and worse yet, it’s totally inconsistent with the idea of “if you die in the dream, you die in real life” as in it seems to pick and choose which deaths are mirrored in real life and which you just plain die. The mute kid gets sucked into the bed like he did in the dream, but the if you get stabbed or anything else you just die in real life with no wounds? How weak is that?
Which brings up another point. The violence is MASSIVELY NERFED in this movie. There’s little-to-no blood, and all the kills are cartoony enough that its not even worthy of an “R” rating. In fact, I’m convinced the only reason this movie is rated “R” is because of naughty words and one scene of nudity.
Skip it, if at all possible, and move onto DREAM CHILD. If you’re worried about continuity, the only thing you need to know is that Alice is this stupid “Dream Master” thing, and she and this dude named Dan hook up. that’s about it.
B-Dubbz Terror Fest: A Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors
Believe it or not, this was the first movie to get me into horror. Up until this point I was terrified of Horror movies, but then I forced myself to watch this when it was on TV…and from that point on I was hooked.
I have a very weird relationship with this movie. On the one hand, I love it to death for keeping the dark and nasty vibe of Freddy…but on the other, I really hate the whole dreamscape thing. Everything that this movie establishes for the rest of the “Dream _____ Trillogy” as I call it, just rubs me the wrong way.
I really don’t know what it is. I guess it’s the whole idea of the Dream being an actual world or force that you could control. Takes the whole vulnerability aspect away from the characters. The first movie was scary because you didn’t know if you were dreaming or not until it was too late. Even then, there wasn’t shit you could do but run and hope to wake up.
Where’s the fun in giving characters the ability to control this aspect? Sure they get butchered anyways, but that’s not the point. I dunno. Maybe I’m being too picky, it’s still a damn fine flick.
One good thing that the whole Dreamscape thing did for this movie was amped up the special effects…and in the 80’s you know what that means…Practical Special Effects. And you know me, I have a massive hardon for PSE.
The Freddy Snake is the real highlight for me, although the puppet comes in at a close second, and the Skeleton fight might be more impressive if Army of Darkness hadn’t done the same thing only ten times better. I only found out recently just how big that Snake was. It was HUGE, like, life-size! That’s friggin amazing. There’s a picture floating around the web somewhere, but as usual I’m too lazy to look it up for you.
As I said before, this movie also was unfortunate enough to spawn a trilogy. The characters established in this would lead into the sequel DREAM MASTER, and the main character in that movie would continue into DREAM CHILD. Now, despite my unholy and thoroughly irrational love for DREAM CHILD, I can admit just how horrifyingly bad these sequels are. I still refuse to watch DREAM MASTER willingly if I can at all help it. They continue on the trend established in this film of outlandish and inventive dream deaths such as human cockroaches and killer motorbikes, and even worse…turning Freddy more and more into a buffoon to the point where Wes had to step in and clean up the god awful mess with NEW NIGHTMARE…an absolute masterpiece. But I’m getting ahead of myself.
Getting back to the movie at hand, you can really feel Wes starting to stretch his creative legs here, trying something different and rolling with a concept. This is both good and bad…because as we all know, after this point, his filmography tends to get spotty at best…that is until SCREAM came along. But at the same time, you can defiantly tell that he didn’t get the final word on things, and he most definitely wasn’t the only one writing the script.
This all being said, it manages to pull off being extremely watchable. By no means is it my favorite sequel, but when I want to watch a fun, visually engaging, Freddy movie…and for some freak reason I’m not feeling DREAM CHILD…this is the one I grab for.
So, Red Letter Media came out with the new Half in the Bag episode including the review for the THREE STOOGES movie.
At the risk of being strangled by my friend, I was actually considering renting this movie when it came out on DVD…up until watching this review that is.
Allow me to explain, because as you all know, I am usually not at all a proponent of remakes, reboots, adaptations, or unnecessary sequels or prequels.
The trailers impressed me…why? Because it was made very clear that this movie was built from the ground up (with a few notable exceptions) to be an extended THREE STOOGES short. It featured all the glorious old school slapstick comedy, including outrageously cartoony violence that would in no way be allowed today, cheesy sound effects, and actors that are far better impersonators of the trio than a hollywood adaptation has any right having.
In other words…it looked like it might be well done. Minus those few notable exceptions, those of course being lazy attempts at topical humor such as jokes about Facebook, iPhones, and Jersey Shore.
However, after watching the review…I probably won’t be wasting my rental space on it. It sounds like a god-awful mess. Bless the Farrelly brothers for trying so hard…but it just sounds like way too much.
Apparently they even try to make call backs to the Stooges in every conceivable occupation and vocation imaginable from doctors, to roofers, to plumbers. While this is admirable, it just makes for an extremely hectic and cluttered script. Even having not seen the movie I can tell you that. A comedy script needs to be simple, especially when it’s the THREE FUCKING STOOGES!!
Then there’s apparently a scene where they are changing diapers in a hospital and using pissing babies as squirt guns…yeah…no.
Too bad…guess I’ll just be going to Target and spending $20 on one of those classic shorts collections instead. It’s a better use of my time when it concerns the STOOGES.
I’ve been getting the itch to write lately, and like every other creative project I attempt lately I’m stopped by this horrid mental block.
So, instead I look back at some of my failed projects and half written story fragments…and feel even worse.
I’ve actually written some pretty solid stuff, and have no idea where these pockets of genius come from. What’s worse, none of it is recyclable. Either the project is so unique that I can’t just drag and drop into a new one, or it’s an idea I never acted on and someone beat me to the punch.
Best example…that new show AWAKE…yeah, totally had that idea a few years back where an artist would fall asleep and wake up as a homicide detective investigating a serial killer who preys on artists, and vice versa. I called it PARALELL. Not exactly the same thing, but close enough.
I had a good portion of the first chapter involving the detective written, and it’s all gold. The attitude, the dialogue, the other characters…all of it gold, all of it unusable.
MAYBE, I could recycle it into a standard crime novel. Who knows…I’d have to get out of this artists block first.
B-Dubbz Terror Fest: A Nightmare on Elm Street 2: Freddy's Revenge
A lot of people don’t like this one…probably because it’s confusing as f*ck.
Is it Freddy? Is the kid possessed by Freddy? Does he just use the glove or does he actually turn into Freddy? Why doesn’t Freddy do the whole dream thing anymore? What’s the deal with the blades coming out of his fingers? Is that the Pretender’s Mom? Am I the only person who knows what that last questions was a reference to anymore?
I don’t pretend that this movie is a mess, but really I don’t care either. It’s got some great Freddy effects moments, so therefore for that alone I love it. Not to mention this is the last movie before Freddy starts getting kind of ridiculous.
I’d explain the basic plot to you but, like I said, it’s damn confusing. All I know is that it involves a new family moving into the Elm Street house and Freddy shows up to kill some more.
This movie gets weird in places, let there be no doubt about it. In the first 10 minutes of the movie they create a cereal called “Fu Man Chews” just so they can do a visual gag involving Fu Man fingernails. Then there’s the gay Gym coach getting smacked in the ass by towels, bare 80’s man ass up the…well, ass. It’s the black sheep of the franchise, and this is a franchise that has a sequel titled “Freddy’s Dead.”
You know, the more I try to describe this movie, the more I find it hard to justify why I like it. I just do. I can’t explain it. It’s not even an “acquired taste” really. It’s more like, being that one guy you know that eats chicken feet from that shady looking Chinese Food Mart down the road.
It’s not at all a movie for everybody, and continuity-wise it lifts free and easy out of the rest of the canon which makes it an easy installment to skip. That being said, and being one who enjoys the movie, I would suggest at least giving it a try. If you don’t like it, no big deal, like I said…it’s not for everyone.
B-Dubbz Terror Fest: A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984)
God I love this movie…it quite literally is one of my favorite movie of all time, topped out only by few others.
So many things about this movie work for so many different reasons aside from the whole “dreamscape” thing. Visuals are stylistic, subtle when need be, and to this day scary as hell.
The scene where Tina is dragged across the ceiling still gives me chills to this day. But then again, I have a hard-on for practical special effects…with good reason, I belive, I mean what’s more real than real?
Sure, some of the other effects (gore in particular) are wildly out of date, but that’s what makes this movie great. It’s a rare case where the backbone of the horror movie isn’t gore, but rather story and atmosphere. It’s really a companion film to HALLOWEEN in that sense, although despite my love for this movie, it’s nowhere near in the same league as John Carpenter’s masterpiece.
Another thing I love about this movie is how everything makes sense, even though it doesn’t have to because, well, it’s a horror movie. The character’s motivations are realistic, especially if you put yourself into the mind of a rash, impulsive, teenager.
Then there’s Freddy himself. Ohhhhh Robert Englund, you magnificent bastard. So few men have tapped into a character like this and make it come alive so perfectly. Particularly to the point where for 26 years you are the only person to have played him through 8 sequels, promotional events, and an anthology style television show.
He ranks up there with Nick Castle and Kane Hodder, horror icons that have defined a character from the ground up, everything from mannerisms and movements, to facial cues and speech patterns.
Ok…so maybe I’m geeking out about this movie a bit too much, I admit. And if you want to blame that on anyone, blame it on Michael Bay and Platinum Dunes for their god awful remake/reboot.
Everything good about the 1984 masterpiece is everything the 2010 abortion isn’t.
It’s not smart. It’s not about visuals. And it feels like it was written in a weekend.
The only redeeming factor is the actor who played Freddy (yeah I could look him up but I really don’t care enough to open up a new tab.) He really is the only man who could have taken up the mantel after Robert, and he did a damn fine job with the dreck he was given. But that was the problem…the script was insulting, un-intelligent drivel.
I could go on and on in the standard nerd-rage fashion, so I’m going to cut it off here. Bottom line, A Nightmare on Elm Street is a masterpiece no matter how you look at it. If you haven’t seen it, go throw it on your Netflix cue, you won’t be sorry.
I totally called Springfield being in Oregon; mainly because of the one where Homer joined the Navy and they showed the Springfield harbor coming out of Oregon. Also, I haven’t watched an episode in years, doesn’t make the good seasons suddenly bad.
Never said it did. What I mean is that the representative portion of the show as a whole, aka the majority of total episodes, are no longer the good ones.
So, apparently Matt Greoning announced the location of “Springfield” in the Simpsons. The way he tells it, he knew the whole time and was holding out to “not spoil it for fans.”
I find it hard to believe that he said this with a straight face. This is yet another publicity stunt by the series in a desperate attempt to stay socially relevant.
There have been so many it’s not even funny…
The Simpsons Movie (whether the movie was good or not is irrelevant. The movie came decades too late, and had nothing to do with fulfilling an unspoken promise, and more in trying to keep the franchise alive amidst loss of interest in response to shitty season after season.)
Fan Created Character (seriously?)
Making Patty (Selma?) Gay
The Simpsons Ride (an extension of the movie)
Building the Simpsons house
Marge Simpson in Playboy (as far as I’m concerned, this is where the franchise officially was brutally murdered by the very people that created it.)
I could go on but it gets pretty depressing. Besides, I really shouldn’t have to…anyone with half a brain recognizes the golden years. (Seasons 2-9). After that, it takes a drastic nose dive.
My friends take the viewpoint that they gave us years of entertainment, therefore if they want to phone it in and make money that’s fine with them.
For a while, I agreed, but not anymore…not since it was pointed out that we have recently reached a point in time where the number of good seasons of the show is no long a representative of the show.
Think about it…there are 23 seasons of the show currently, and only 8 or 9 are any good, 10 if you want to get generous. That’s less than HALF of the entirety of the show. That’s gone beyond “a few bad seasons to make money.”
You could say it’s all FOX’s fault…but think about it, the easy way to tank the show and force FOX to stop renewing the show…all of the voice actors quitting.
You could say “Why would they give up a steady paycheck like that?” I say, “They’ve been doing this for DECADES, and have built a reputation. They could find other jobs. They’re just lazy and greedy.”
Let the damn show die with dignity already, and let us all move on with our lives.
There’s been a lack of posts for a while, and with good reason. This week has been tiring as hell. I even skipped my exercises tonight…I KNOW!
Work has just been killer, and I’ve been exhausting myself with my own insanity, doing my best to try and keep myself from completely loosing my cool.
I really don’t care to go into it. Maybe later, because it really is quite stupid…but not now.
And things don’t look like they’re slowing down any. This weekend I’ll be pulling 10 hours of overtime…which at first I was dancing down the halls singing “Money!!! Is what I want!!” at the top of my lungs, but the more details keep popping up about what I’ll actually be doing during those 10 hours I’m just like…”Fuck me.”
I’ve been thinking more about my writing projects as of late. “Starhopper” has kind of hit a brick wall, whether I wrote myself into it or not I’m still not entirely sure. Either way nothing is really getting done with it, which sucks balls.
But on the other hand, I’m getting renewed inspiration to work on my age old “KAIJU!!” project. What began as a comic project has now devolved into a simple novel project. I really haven’t done anything more than think about it, although I’m thinking this time around to actually make plans and write notes and such before starting as opposed to jumping in with both feet right away…which may be the source of my issues with “Starhopper.”
I dunno, this is all moot anyways because we all know I never finish anything…ever. So, I guess this is all to hear myself talk…err type? Whatever.
I’m officially addicted to SHARK TANK, which is odd because I hate reality TV…but really, when you think about it, it’s more of a game show than a reality show.
For those unaware, the premise is people come up and pitch their business or idea to a panel of wealthy investors.
Why is this great? Because most of the people that come in are complete idiots, pitching some absolutely retarded idea like a store where kids do the shopping in tiny grocery carts, or some idiot college kid that silk screens nut-job bleeding-heart sayings on all natural t-shirts…and you watch with glee as these business giants tell them why they are stupid.
Conversely, if they have a good idea…they fight each other to get the right to invest.
The individual investors are interesting too. While some are nice and soften the blow some, my current favorite is Kevin O’Leary who plays the bad guy…because he has to be.
Watch the show…you may think he’s a dick…and he kind of is, but pay attention to everyone else and think about what they’re talking about. These people have sunk thousands upon thousands of their own money, money from loans, and money from family into a business or idea that they are too close to see is 100% shit. When in that situation, the best thing for that person is to be the asshole and tell them to shut it down and move on.
"The most evil thing in the world is a business that doesn’t make any money." It’s as simple as that. A business that doesn’t make money, is a drain on everyone involved. In that case, you aren’t doing anyone any favors by patting them on the head the telling them to persevere.
That being said…if you are caught up in the whole 99% thing…you will not like this show. Especially when Mark Cuban comes into play…that man is legit evil. O.O
Tonight was the Mystic Premier for the documentary we’ve been working on at work for the past two years.
The screening was sold out…standing room only.
I can’t tell you how great that makes me feel. My heart was in my throat as a crowd of people were lined up out the door, looking at the seating chart, and not knowing how exactly to tell them that we had no more seats.
Needless to say, it was a big event for my department. The president of the Museum was there and saw that something we made, was sold out to the public.
Then to top it all off…I went out to dinner with my Mom and her fiance to a local Cajun joint and stuffed myself sick with Macaroni and Cheese with Andouille sausage and the best cornbread I’ve had in a long time.
And now I’m lying back on the couch watching INCREDIBLE HULK…overall a great night.
I’m only 15 minutes into it…but I’m pretty sure if someone were to break into my home and shoot me in the head…riding in the back of an ambulance, clinging to life, would be a better way to spend the the next hour or so than finishing this drivel.
Damn you Dreamworks and your half-assed attempts at films.
…but, at the same time. I’d rather you half-ass a few Shrek sequels and spinoffs and give me another HOW TO TRAIN YOUR DRAGON quality film than half-ass all your films in the pipeline*cough* Disney *cough cough*.