It’s been a long day – I’m writing this at 1:19am while I’m sitting at the office taking a short break from a firedrill we’re going through.
I was surfing around on the web and found the most awesome news ever. OK, not really ever, but still pretty good news:
Dumb and Dumber To is going to come out – Continue reading Made My Day
I absolutely love drive-ins. I can get my entire family in the door for $50 ($10/person over 11) to see two first-run movies and not have to worry about signing over an entire paycheck for a box of Skittles and a large Coke. Plus if the first movie is good enough (read: Shrek, the best animated movie ever created) then on the weekends I can watch it again – so three movies for the price of one in the theaters.
The downside: Continue reading Double Features
The worst review I could ever give a movie is walking out of it. The first movie I ever did that with was “The Crying Game“. I decided after about 30 minutes that even if someone gave me a ticket to the movie I had better things to do with two hours of my life.
All told I’ve only walked out of maybe half a dozen movies; they were either too stupid (and that bar is pretty low – “Dumb and Dumber” is one of my favorite movies of all time) or I simply didn’t get them (like “The Piano“) – apparently I don’t share the same tastes as those critics who gave out acclaim. Fair enough; don’t care; it’s my time, not theirs.
Continue reading A Weekend of Movies